DigComm Meeting Notes – January

      DigComm Meeting Notes – January

      150 150 34th Democrats

      DigComm Agenda – January

      1. Social media crew who tweets, instagrams, etc from their OWN accounts and tags #34dems or @34dems etc
      2. Get a volunteer to make a video of member stories, PCO stories
      3. Map for PCO – who’s going to do it, what will it look like, what does it need
      4. Contact your rep via Indivisible
      5. Robert’s Rules of Order simplified
      6. Legislation in everyday terms
      7. Who gets what permissions
      8. What is the best way to display volunteer events
      9. Member suggested things for agendas
      10. Bus for Lobby Day

      Attendance: Zoey, John, Carrie, David, Kyle, Ted, Jake, John, and Heather

      Discussion of Points

      1. Members use accounts they have already, and tag or share 34th social media accounts to get more traffic to them
        1. Instagram – John (Photography)
        2. Committee reports during, share something at each meeting about how digcomm works, eg how Facebook algorithm works, why we have different accounts, what they do, ect.
        3. Zoey really connected
        4. Message goes out to what accounts we have
        5. Get list of hashtags for events, in general, to members so they can use them too
      2. Ann Martin – First female member, first member story
        1. Member stories only
        2. Reach out and ask anyone who wants to share their story
        3. Bring up if they are a PCO in the videos
      3. Address finder
        1. Interactive map
        2. What precincts, if there is a PCO, contact pro
        3. Show nearby PCO, somehow know if there is no PCO there, contact PCO chair directly
        4. Also show area coordinators
        5. PCO form on the website
      4. David main contact
        1. Another committee or caucus for it
        2. Focus on congressional action with other legislative districts in congressional district
        3. Page on website
        4. BY FEB 8th meeting, email to go out to membership, summary of who, what, and why and how to contact, photos of people coming
        5. Back of agenda for meetings
          1. Chair explains, don’t fear to interrupt
          2. Website – Carrie
        6. Reps give blurb
          1. Talk with LAC and facilitate
          2. Need both TLDR (too long, didn’t read) and long version
          3. How to impact
      5. Website: Editor – Committee Chairs
        1. Other social media, Chair, first & second chair, other at discretion of chair
      6. Treina keeps track or volunteers, Jake asks for
        1. Put volunteers on certain events
        2. Make page for onetime and recurring events
        3. Signup – volunteer; Get Involved
        4. Mailing list – mailing list; Get Informed
      7. Better explanation of how meetings go
        1. One page about how meetings works
        2. Maybe put on back of agenda
        3. Maybe coordinate with Joy as a welcome packet
      8. Has to come from students
        1. When to reserve busses, shop around
      9. Move from paper membership signing
      10. Goals: Half day retreat with E-Board to set goals for the 34th
        1. If we can increase voter turnout by 10%, we can deny Republicans the governor
        2. Do something engaging in the committee
        3. Get together