Personal Strengths And Weaknesses Of A Democratic Party Candidate

851 Words Dec 2nd, 2015 4 Pages
Issue: As a Democratic Party candidate seeking to win a third consecutive win for the party, you are facing unique challenges and concerns in addition to the usual struggles faced by nominees at this point in the campaign process. This being so, you must take into account factors such as President Obama’s influence on your election and the importance of states and geographical areas such as Ohio, Pennsylvania, Florida, and Virginia. You must also understand your personal strengths and weaknesses, know your key messages and issues, and you must allocate your resources in order to win in the Electoral College. Understanding these key issues will greatly increase your chances of becoming the 45th President of the United States, and I am here to help solidify your information in all of these necessary areas. Through this knowledge we will create a successful campaign plan.
Personal Strengths and Weaknesses: As a public speaker, you often seem to not understand what the people want and what to say that will win you votes. In the first Democratic debate of 2015, you were critiqued harshly on your monotone speaking style and your seeming lack of passion. Your statements came off as cold and calculating instead of passionate and like you truly care about them and the people affected. This election year is different from recent cycles; our key players - Trump, Clinton, Sanders - are all extremely passionate and well known. With the success of Trump in Republican polls, it is…

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