How to make handing out signs easier
Many campaigns hate handing out campaign signs to volunteers and supporters because it takes so much time and effort to coordinate.
3 easy steps to make it easier for your campaign.
- Have a sign building party for those volunteers that do not want to knock on doors or make phone calls. Almost every single volunteer can put a stake into corrugated plastic campaign signs or put a bag over a u stake
- Place 10 to 20 campaign signs that are already assembled outside your campaign headquarters and let people know on social media that they are available. Also, have one day a week where anyone can come pick up signs. I would suggest Saturday morning before noon. It only takes one volunteer to man the sign hand out location.
- If you have a statewide or multi-county campaign, then make sure you deliver signs to the local party headquarters. This will save calls and visits to your headquarters.
I hope this helps ease the frustration of handing out signs because people want the signs and they are a great source of money, name id and momentum for any political campaign