Publicado el 08-08-2012
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When there are electoral campaigns, the candidates should choose the personnel to work in these campaigns with full knowledge about the corresponding laws and the personal characteristics of those who are going to be working for them in these electoral duties. In other words, they should see to it that the personnel has a reasonable moral solvency that does not cause that any of them be discharged from their duties because they fail to have the basic moral requirements as seen from their work records.
That personnel, some paid and many volunteers, is in charge of raising funds, place ads, organize community rallies, call voters on the phone, send ads by mail and, summing up, they are in charge of campaign basics, all of which require that they have a good record of achievements and experience.
The good quality of the personnel working in the campaigns lends prestige to the candidates. Conversely, when these personnel do not meet the basic requirements of experience and good conduct, this is detrimental for the candidate for whom they work and they often have to be let go because of their poor performance.
In general it can be said that prudence is fundamental in all aspects of an electoral campaign. That prudence guarantees that the personnel chosen to work in the campaign has the basic and substantial characteristics that warrants its good reputation which, in the final analysis, favors the candidate for whom they are working.
Electoral campaigns at all levels should be surrounded with the necessary seriousness to elicit trust of those who are interested in victory for their candidates. That is why it is necessary that the personnel that work in a campaign be chosen among the best partisans of the candidate. The trust of the voters is, in the end, what fundamentally determines victory for any candidate.