American Veterans Honor Fund is pleased to announce the launch of an all-new Veteran Candidate Guide for military veterans interested in exploring the idea of running for office. Veteran Candidate Resources was created to be a one-stop shop for prospective veteran candidates to find the information they need to prepare for and execute a successful campaign.
Veterans’ presence in political office, at any level, is much needed. With a wealth of expertise, leadership experience, and an expanded worldview, veterans make ideal political leaders. However, the process to start a campaign — and to win an election — can be overwhelming.
There are many resources available for veterans interested in finding information on the election process, but Veteran Candidate Resources aims to have everything compiled in one space. This includes comprehensive guides and resources for getting started and finding success.
The United States and its citizens depend on strong leadership to protect us from threats both internationally and here on our own soil. Having more qualified veterans in office, at the local, state, and federal levels, will increase the level of leadership and provide a more expanded worldview when it comes to combating trouble.
American Veterans Honor Fund is a grassroots political organization built around a mission to assist veterans with continuing their service. Often, this “second service” comes in the form of serving in political office. Veteran Candidate Resources include topics such as what to expect on the campaign trail, how to highlight military service and leverage it for campaign success, and an overall guide to running for office. Armed with this information and the resources American Veterans Honor Fund will continue to collect, those with military experience can formulate a solid plan to run for office and help boost the overall numbers of veterans in government positions.
Learn more about American Veterans Honor Fund at www.americanveteranshonorfund.com
The American Veterans Honor Fund is a national political organization organized under Section 527 of the IRS Tax Code. Contributions are not tax deductible. Not authorized by any candidate or candidate’s committee.