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Keep your speeches interesting. When you give your speech(es), focus on the issues and let your funny running mate provide the crack-ups. You might even want to do a joint speech where each time you cover a talking point, your friend chimes in with a joke. This back-and-forth will get people to pay attention and make your campaign more memorable. Read samples of other speeches to get a general knowledge of what should be in them. Humor is a good tactic, of course, but don’t overlook the important issues in your campaign. Pay attention to the words you use. Be persuasive, be clever, set the agenda, don't be arrogant, and don't brag. For example, instead of saying, "I'm a creative person," say, "I value creativity." A good closing sentence is also important. The last thing you say is what most people will remember. And don't forget to end your speech with a "Thank you."Keep your speeches interesting. When you give your speech(es), focus on the issues and let your funny running mate provide the crack-ups. You might even want to do a joint speech where each time you cover a talking point, your friend chimes in with a joke. This back-and-forth will get people to pay attention and make your campaign more memorable. Read samples of other speeches to get a general knowledge of what should be in them. Humor is a good tactic, of course, but don’t overlook the important issues in your campaign. Pay attention to the words you use. Be persuasive, be clever, set the agenda, don't be arrogant, and don't brag. For example, instead of saying, "I'm a creative person," say, "I value creativity." A good closing sentence is also important. The last thing you say is what most people will remember. And don't forget to end your speech with a "Thank you."
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