Joel Blackwell

Joel Blackwell
Joel Blackwell
Keep On Voting After The Election
Subtitle: How ordinary people get what they want from government.
This is the manual for grass roots advocates who want to influence legislation in the state legislature or Congress.
It features interviews with
– elected officials about how they want to be and are influenced;
– lobbyists about the limits of their influence and how they need help from grass roots advocates;
– academic researchers who prove that grass roots advocates can have enormous power.
Readers learn about the positive role of money, the useless role of petitions, the increasing importance of personal contact in the Internet age.
Versions for School Board Members and Administrators
Insurance Agents
Physicians and Medical Practice Managers
Florida Specific
California Specific
Joel On Amazon
DCA SFO and all between
I’ve worked for 25 years in 47 states and Washington DC helping corporations and associations influence politicians and public policy and to help them recruit, motivate and activate members to lobby. My keynotes, seminars, video and book are based on research into why people do and don’t get involved in legislative lobbying. I consult to help you use money, media, members and professional lobbying staff to maximum impact in a moral, legal and ethical framework.
And whatever we do, we always have fun.
Lobby Days
Convention Keynote
Seminars and breakouts

all designed to help your company or association recruit, educate, motivate and activate grass roots key contact advocates

Ordinary people can have enormous Personal Political Power if they understand the real work of influencing public policy starts the day after the election.

“We in America do not have government by the majority. We have government by the majority who participate.”
― Thomas Jefferson

“The moral test of government is how it treats those who are in the dawn of life, the children; Those who are in the twilight of life, the aged;
and those who are in the shadows of life, the sick, the needy and the handicapped.

Last speech of Sen. Hubert H. Humphrey November 1, 1977 Washington DC

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