Running for Texas Senator

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If Jennifer Alvarado was running as a Texas Senator, she would do everything in her capability to defeat her opponents and successfully win the election. In the process of a successful campaign, Jennifer would strive to have an appropriate number of campaign staff; meaning many volunteers as well as a strong consultant and campaign manager to use a wise strategy to win the election. She would raise funds months beforehand to be prepared for the election. Jennifer would contact organizations or groups which have the same beliefs as she does, and she would advertise herself in most of, if not all the public media. A Campaign is efficient when the available staff is dedicated and appropriate. Fourteen staff members are barely enough if…show more content…
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