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Welcome!

Welcome to the Tuesday Company blog: 21st Century Field Organizing!

Maybe this world is new to you; maybe you manage a small campaign and are looking for an edge; maybe you ran a successful digital organizing campaign at a local level and are trying to figure out how to scale your work to a statewide election. (If so – congrats on the promotion!)

No matter where you are in this process, the Tuesday Company can help you improve your digital campaign infrastructure, so we can all help get the right people elected.

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What we talk about when we talk about winning.

We often use euphemisms to describe voting–both the act itself and the work that goes into getting others to vote. We call it exercising our civic duty; we call it participating in democracy; we call it GOTV operations. Occasionally, we slip and call it field work, a more accurate etymological reference to the hard labor of tending to the delicate chore of growing something meaningful.

Voting Booths
Joe Shlabotnik, 2012

If Democrats are to continue winning moving forward, we would do well to remember the mundanity of voting. Elections are won simply on the strength of who receives the most votes. Continue reading “What we talk about when we talk about winning.”