Let's make sure everyone is clear on our presidential neutrality policy. We are in fact providing every Presidential campaign the same access to resources. Unfortunately, the Sanders campaign hasn’t placed any staff or volunteer organizers in Idaho yet. We have been in contact with his campaign team regularly and hoping they do so soon.
In order to be considered a viable Presidential campaign a candidate must: • be recognized by the DNC • be formally filed with the FEC • poll at a minimum of 1% in three separate national polls, conducted by credible news organizations and polling organizations • be campaigning nation wide with a presence in at least 3 early states. • raise at least $300,000 • file to run in Idaho when the time comes Presidential candidates recognized to date: Secretary Hillary Clinton www.hillaryclinton.com Idaho contact: Hannah Sharp email@example.com Senator Bernie Sanders berniesanders.com Idaho contact: Zach Reider firstname.lastname@example.org Governor Martin O’Malley martinomalley.com Idaho contact: Shauneen Grange email@example.com Congressman Jim Webb www.jameswebb.com Idaho contact: TBD Governor Lincoln Chafee www.chafee2016.com Idaho contact: TBD Rocky De La Fuente www.rocky2016.com
Primary Races: The IDP will only provide space, materials, or any resources that are equally accessible to each candidate. IDP will not share insight or information from one campaign to another campaign. IDP will provide equal opportunities for training to all volunteers of all campaigns. All campaign representatives will receive the same political strategy from the IDP. Every local campaign organizer will be given the same level of access to Votebuilder, upon their request. IDP will not pull lists however, they can help a campaign by walking them through the steps to create lists and share folders. Each campaign organizer will be entitled to one data administrator user profile. The rest of the committee’s users will be campaign staff or lower. Votebuilder contains emails and phones numbers that are shared across all committees. Staff may choose to either Like, Friend or Follow every candidate or no candidates at all. IDP staff will not attend campaign events unless they have more than 100 attendees or have a candidate or candidate surrogate in attendance. IDP staff may socially interact both online and offline with campaign representatives and volunteers but will refrain from talking about politically related topics. These policies are null and void if the the candidate is not mentally capable of holding office, is not a known Democrat or a candidate has no interaction with the IDP.
All resources and supplies are available for use at the IDP office. Events held at the IDP office are on a first come, first serve basis. The IDP reserves the right to limit availability to four events a month per campaign. An event is any activity that is more than eight people.
Printing services are available as per IDP’s usual charges. ... See MoreSee Less