Copperhead Consulting Services
Rolling Back Local Government
Friday, 6:00pm thru 8:30pm
The Economic Big Picture, Made Local
Economic Impact on Local Government and How to Exploit It
Saturday, 9:30am thru 5:00pm
Confrontational political approach vs. the access based approach, putting people in office.
Analyzing a local government’s (CAFR) Comprehensive
Annual Financial Report
Unfunded Pension Liabilities Made Local
Learning Bureaucrat’eeze And Exploiting It
Public Records Request
Fund-Raising / letter writing (finding lists)
Messaging to Community
Direct Mail and Volunteer Base
Social Media (FB, Twitter, & Email)
How to Build An Effective Local Political Video
It’s the war stories that come up in the Q & A periods that make the principles taught in these classes come alive.
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Dorr is unique, said Nolan. “I don’t think anybody else is doing it.”
Fred Nolan, Executive Director of the
Minnesota Rural Education Association
Your presentation was excellent. I have been working on bond initiatives for years and picked up some excellent tips from you. Local governments spend a lot of our money “educating” the public and essentially encouraging them to approve more debt. Taxpayers can learn a lot from you on how we can stop leaving future generations a legacy of debt. Thanks for all you do!
Peggy Venable, Director
Americans for Prosperity, Austin, Texas
I learned a TON from your seminar, and Austin will not know what hit them when we start applying all these things….
Dr. Norman Horn, Austin, TX
It was an honor and a privilege to hear your training. Thank you again.
Cooper Jackson, Houston, TX
“Don E. Lifto, Springsted Vice President and Client Representative, spoke at the Minnesota Association of School Administrators/Minnesota Administrators for Special Education (MASA/MASE) Spring Conference on March 16, 2006. His topic was “School Finance Election & the Paul Dorr Factor: Get Ready or Get Defeated.“ www.Springsted.com
Lifto works for a bond company that pockets large bond issuance fees, funded by taxpayers. He is a national expert on helping school districts pass bonds at the ballot box authoring the book School Finance Elections: A Comprehensive Planning Model for Success.