Field Services.

 

La Machine

 
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greatest strength of field services?

Winning every election we partner with.

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field services

We layer phones on top of field organizations to get into areas that are more logistically challenging to access We layer phones within our teams to efficiently and effectively persuade and turn out disenfranchised voters. Our teams are home-grown and recruited locally to provide more opportunities to lower income youth to expedite their communication skills and confidence built by their experience with the firm. This ultimately increases chances of their access to internships and government positions in the future through our partnerships with election officials being statewide representatives to school board offices.

How we keep relationships clients

Face to face conversations to debrief and brief strategic placements of field operations, etc. Additionally, we work directly with candidates to set up communicative systems specific to their campaign needs.

 

metrics To measure your success?

We strategically study our 3-month canvassing operation prior to GOTV using vote builder in order to calculate a GOTV plan to turnout supporters and ballot chase last minute voters.

 

Capacity

Our maximum field capacity of canvassers has been 321 employees. 10 of our canvassers have been versed as regional field directors who have run 17 overlapped campaign efforts.

To start fall of 2019, our goal is to have 300 members on staff to carry petitions for the legalization of marijuana. This number on staff will only increase moving into 2020 ballet initiatives and presidential campaigns.

geographic areas

Pima County, to strengthen operations. Looking forward to expanding in Coconino County to build our initiative recruitment.

CLIENTS

Successful State Legislature, City Council and Congressional Delegates: U.S Congressman Ruben Gallego (District 7) 2014 State Representative Jonathan Larkin (District 30) 2012 Councilman Daniel Valenzuela (District 5) 2011 Councilwoman Kate Gallego (District 8) 2013 City of Phoenix Mayor Greg Stanton 2011 State Representative Richard Andrade 2011 (District 29) State Representative Lupe Chavira Contreras (District 19) 2016 State Representative Reginald Boulding (District 27) 2016 Councilman Jaime Aldame (Ocotillo District) 2016 State Representative Rebecca Rios (District 23) 2016, Senate 2018 Isela Blanc-2018 LD-26 State Representative First Undocumented Latina to become a State Rep Athena Solman LD-26 State Representative Jonny Mendez LD-26 State Senator Raquel Terran For State Representative (Legislative District 30) 2018 Reginal Boldwin for State Representative (Legislative District 27) 2018 Diego Rodrigez for State Representative (Legislative District 27) 2018 Rebecca Rios For State Senate (Legislative District 27) 2018 Diego Ezpinosa (Democrat) for State Representative 2018 Lorrenzo Sierra D for State Representative 2018 Diego Lopez for State Senator (Legislative District 19) Jennifer Londen State Representative Legislative (District 24) 2018 Alexis Hermosilo Mayor of the City of El Mirage

Fieldworks

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greatest strength of field services?

Quality control, innovative technology, and staff development.

We want to continue to improve upon diversity at the most senior management level at FieldWorks.

 

field services

We offer all paid field services, including but not limited to paid canvassing, signature gathering, voter registration, events and other outreach - anything that best suits a client's needs and, that usually involves face-to-face contact. We hire people from the community, who are representative of the community our clients are reaching out to.

How we keep relationships clients

Transparent, daily reporting and budgeting combined with weekly calls, an open-door policy, and treating the field programs as our clients', not ours. Clients have direct access to FieldWorks' partners at all times, who are hands-on on each program we run.

 

metrics To measure your success?

We rely heavily on hard data points, constantly comparing our goals and trajectories to the actual deliverables sought on our programs. We've also developed an innovative voter feedback program to measure some of the traditionally intangible components of our interactions, such as the perceived overall quality of each conversation in the field.

Capacity

Our maximum field capacity of canvassers has been 321 employees. 10 of our canvassers have been versed as regional field directors who have run 17 overlapped campaign efforts.

To start fall of 2019, our goal is to have 300 members on staff to carry petitions for the legalization of marijuana. This number on staff will only increase moving into 2020 ballet initiatives and presidential campaigns.

CLIENTS

In 2018 we worked with Clean Energy for a Healthy Arizona, Arizona Wins, One Arizona, Chispa, Arizona ACLU. For information on previous years, please contact us