Through BIPAC’s expertise, the knowledge of partner organizations, or interactions with other BIPAC member organizations, we can provide strategic guidance and best practices for grassroots, GOTV, and PAC programs.
Through BIPAC’s expertise, the knowledge of partner organizations, or interactions with other BIPAC member organizations, we can provide strategic guidance and best practices for grassroots, GOTV, and PAC programs. We have a variety of best practice primers to help your efforts on everything from grassroots communication and how to host a voter registration drive, to how to drive traffic to your website and revitalizing a static PAC.
Webinars and Roundtables
In a constantly changing political world, it’s helpful to hear the latest trends related to grassroots advocacy, GOTV, and PAC efforts. We conduct regular best practice webinars designed to give you new ideas and give your programs a boost. BIPAC also hosts political webinars to provide insight on the current election and political landscape. Our roundtables provide a forum where PAC and grassroots professionals can engage in conversation with their peers to find out what others in the field are doing, exchange ideas, and gain new information.
Weekly and Daily Political Analysis
BIPAC publishes white-labeled weekly and daily election analysis articles that help you stay on top of important developments and allow you to keep your employees informed. We help you make sense of what the political landscape and election outcomes mean for the business community.
BIPAC can work with you to help make your communications more effective and eye-catching by creating items such as PDF and HTML newsletter designs, annual reports, logos and graphics, brochures, flyers and posters, infographics, and more!
BIPAC speakers cover a variety of topics from election and political analysis to PAC participation and how to be an effective advocate.
Our speakers can be used to speak on PAC member benefit webinars, at fly-ins, and for other events.
BIPAC works with state partners across the country (e.g. state chambers of commerce, state manufacturers associations, etc.) to develop state-specific content and tools that complement their missions and help them to share a message focused on jobs and economic growth with the general public. BIPAC members are provided with a direct connection to our state partners in order to leverage their knowledge and insight.
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