Greenhouse Experts spend a little time in an online chat tool (Slack) to offer advice and support to candidates. Experts can include national consultants with decades of experience, county-level activists who know where to put yard signs, and new organizers who are learning as they go. Former candidates are especially welcome.
One of the things that is hard about running for office is knowing how to spend money to communicate with voters. Campaign Greenhouse helps make those decisions easier for our candidates. Together with vendors and consultants from across the political Left we have put together recommended programs and mapped out the different kinds of services available. Our indexed, searchable database of Service Partners lets us show our candidates lots of great options along with information that makes decisions easier. All Service Partners have agreed to a couple of guiding principles, have reasonable pricing and verified references, and remit 10% of the revenue from Campaign Greenhouse campaigns back to Campaign Greenhouse.
See the Service Partner agreement.
Organizational Partners are groups such as state Democratic parties or national issue-based organizations who work with Campaign Greenhouse to support hundreds or thousands of candidates at once. They pay Campaign Greenhouse a yearly fee, can fit an unlimited number of candidates under their umbrella, customize the content their candidates receive, and stay up to date on the progress of their candidates through the election.
Email Director of Partnerships Ben Foecke: firstname.lastname@example.org
Campaign Advisors are general consultants who use the Campaign Greenhouse infrastructure to support their candidates. They have access to the Campaign Greenhouse content, reporting structure, and Slack instance, and control their own cohorts and coaching process. No up-front costs means it’s easy for local consultants to opt in; they divide fees with Campaign Greenhouse.
Email Kathryn Poindexter: email@example.com