Issue 1 is all about Inspiration, featuring Marlon Marshall.

Articles in Issue 1 include:

**Editor’s Note** I wrote the following letter earlier this year to all of the field organizers already working remarkably hard for the 2016 election cycle. I wanted to help organizers going into the incredibly hard month of August feel a bit better. But it soon......

“Organizing is simply about building relationships to make change in your community for a purpose, person, or cause—and that will never change.” Marlon Marshall, who currently serves as the director of state campaigns and political engagement for Hillary for America, has a long history of......

For a while, you seemed to have super human energy! Your days were really long and full every second, but you were so excited about the work you were doing that you never got tired (with the help of a couple extra-large cappuccinos). But then,......

This issue’s “Ask a Field Director” is with Meagan Gardner! Meagan is currently the organizing director for the 2016 New Hampshire Primary for Hillary for America. Meagan first began organizing for Hillary Clinton in 2007. After working all over the country in various roles throughout......

One of the questions we ask every expert we talk to is, “Do you have a book, podcast, website, or resource you would recommend to organizers?” When you’re an organizer, everything feels very in the moment. You either feel like you know everything and you’re......

My name: Nia Bentall I work as a field organizer for: Planned Parenthood Advocates of Virginia (PPAV). My job is to: 1) Educate Virginians about how the actions of their state legislature affect Planned Parenthood and affect themselves; 2) lift up the stories of Virginians......

Every issue of 63 Magazine, we will take a look at the skills that every organizer needs and ask experts exactly how they do it. For our first issue, we talked to Anatole Jenkins about how he trains. As a regional organizing director for Hillary......

One of the most interesting things about organizing is the many different types of people you’ll find working by your side. Strategists generally assume most organizers are kids fresh out of college (or pulled from college—hey!), and that’s because there does seem to be a......

What really goes on in those other campaign departments you’re always hearing about? You probably have a basic idea, but we want to take a closer look with you so you can truly understand how the work of other departments on your campaign affects what......

We all know the importance of call time. Call time is sacred for a lot of different reasons. It’s the time you dedicate every day to volunteer recruitment.  It’s a time for your volunteers to get together to take action. It’s a time for volunteers......

“Take Care of Yourself” is one of my favorite sections of 63 Magazine. It’s so important to me because I know that when I was an organizer, I didn’t take care of myself at all.   I’m not special – most organizers give themselves entirely......

At 63 Magazine, we want to tell you that it’s okay to take care of yourself, and that you’ll be a better organizer for it. We’re so lucky to have Stacy Berger lead a quick yoga routine designed specifically for your busy schedules. Stacy began organizing......

by Max Clermont This spotlight goes out to the entire #MorseForce organizing team. Led by David Grizzanti and Elvin Bruno Jr., the Alex Morse for Mayor re-election campaign in Holyoke, Massachusetts really proved that running a positive, data-driven, and organizing focused program is not only......

This is the story of an amazing volunteer. On any campaign you get those wonderful people who show up, do the work, spend long hours helping you reach your goals and make your exhausted life that much easier. This person was one of those inspiring......