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Shutting Down A Defunct Online Campaign

end of campaignIf your political campaign is over, many candidates keep their campaign website and use it for updates and to build support for the next election. However, if you are finished with politics and you want to completely scrub your digital campaign for all time, you can’t just let your website hosting lapse and call it a day. An online campaign has many components, and there are steps you will want to take to properly wrap things up.

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  • Online political campaigning articles
  • Downloadable campaign worksheets and checklists
  • Custom tools, including the Campaign Letter Generator
  • Political resources for fundraising, email and promotion
  • And more.

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Sample Campaign Website Terms of Use And Privacy Policy

website policiesIf you have a campaign website, it is important to publish a terms of use and privacy policy. This statement should be accessible from any page on the website. The following is a sample template of a Terms and Conditions page to use on your campaign web site.

Edit the copy as you see fit. We strongly recommend that you seek professional legal advice in crafting your final policies.

To update the terms in your Online Candidate website, go to the Site Setup, scroll down to Disclosure Options (7), and paste the copy into the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy boxes. Then save and regenerate your site to put them live.

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OnlineCandiateResources.com provides access to:

  • Online political campaigning articles
  • Downloadable campaign worksheets and checklists
  • Custom tools, including the Campaign Letter Generator
  • Political resources for fundraising, email and promotion
  • And more.

Access is FREE for Online Candidate website clients. Find out more.

Essential Political Website Disclaimers

All US jurisdictions have laws covering the use of disclosure statements on political advertising. Items that typically require a disclosure statement include billboards, bumper stickers, sample ballots, newspaper ads, TV and radio ads, magazines, mass mailings, websites – and even email.

This resource is available to members.

OnlineCandiateResources.com provides access to:

  • Online political campaigning articles
  • Downloadable campaign worksheets and checklists
  • Custom tools, including the Campaign Letter Generator
  • Political resources for fundraising, email and promotion
  • And more.

Access is FREE for Online Candidate website clients. Find out more.

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