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How to Write a Speech to Get You Elected
Last Updated: February 28, 2023 Fact Checked
This article was co-authored by Patrick Muñoz . Patrick is an internationally recognized Voice & Speech Coach, focusing on public speaking, vocal power, accent and dialects, accent reduction, voiceover, acting and speech therapy. He has worked with clients such as Penelope Cruz, Eva Longoria, and Roselyn Sanchez. He was voted LA's Favorite Voice and Dialect Coach by BACKSTAGE, is the voice and speech coach for Disney and Turner Classic Movies, and is a member of Voice and Speech Trainers Association. There are 13 references cited in this article, which can be found at the bottom of the page. This article has been fact-checked, ensuring the accuracy of any cited facts and confirming the authority of its sources. This article has been viewed 454,064 times.
If you possess leadership skills and want to make a change, you may want to run for office.To become an elected official, you must convince voters that you’re the best option by delivering a message that will win them over. Regardless of whether your goal is a seat in Congress or a position as school president, the basic principles remain the same when making an election speech.
Structuring Your Points into a Speech
- You should write the speech with phrases and words that you normally use when talking to people.
- For example, don’t write something like, “Voters and citizens, the abhorrent nature of my opponent while he assumed the position as treasurer saw that governmental coffers were drained to their lowest point in a decade!”
- Instead, write something like, “Can you really trust my opponent? When he was treasurer so much money went missing that we’re now at the lowest level in 10 years!”
- If you’re running for school president you can say something like, “Hey everyone. Today I’ll be talking about the important things that everyone here cares about, like the quality of our lunch, access to sports, and lack of programs and what faculty can do to fix it.”
- If you're running for city council or mayor, you can say something like, “Thank you to everyone who decided to come. Today I’ll be talking about how essential educational investment is and what we can do about bringing jobs and industry back to our town.”
- If you're running for school president your paragraph could start something like "We all know that school lunch is bad, but would it surprise you to find out it's actually unhealthy? I have a plan to work with facility to improve the quality of our lunches."
- If you're running for a federal office, you could write "There are many issues that face us today, but one of the most important things right now is access to healthcare. My plan for a single-payer system will ensure that everyone, regardless of income, will be able to afford high-quality health services in our state. I believe that healthcare is a human right, not a privilege."
- Jumping from point to point will only confuse the listeners.
- You don’t always have to stick to this structure but it's what usually works best and will keep your speech organized.
- For instance, if you are running for school president you could say something like, "Everyone knows Jeremy is an amazing basketball player. We've all seen the videos online and we know how dedicated he is to getting better. But we don't have a team here. And that needs to change!"
- For instance, if you’re talking about increasing the minimum wage, you could say something like, “I know a girl in my district named Gabby who is a single mother without her high school diploma. She’s one of the hardest workers and most genuine people I have ever met, but she is on government assistance because the only job she can get will only pay $8 an hour. This is just not an income that can sustain any sort of family, and it’s up to us to make sure that corporations reward workers who put in the effort and do the right thing. That’s why I’m proposing a major increase of the minimum wage over the next 5 years to $15 per hour.”
- For example, if you’re mainly campaigning on environmental justice and immigration reform, don’t talk about foreign relations or prison justice reform in your speech because it will make the speech long-winded and off topic.
- If you're running for office in school, you could say something like "We've talked about the lack of resources, unhealthy lunch food, and lack of decorations at the dances. And I've also layed out every way we can solve these problems together. If you want to do better for Freemondt Highschool, vote for me on November 8th!"
- For instance, you could say, “And if you vote for my opponent, nothing will change! That’s why on November 5th, you should vote for me.
- If you’re talking about a foreign country or including the names of people in your speech, make sure you know how to pronounce them correctly.
Delivering the Message
- You can ask your friend whether they thought the speech was moving or powerful, if they were bored, or if there was anything they didn’t understand.
- You can also memorize the speech so that you don’t have to read it when you’re delivering it. If you practice enough, you many naturally memorize parts of the speech.
- Often, people will think that they are speaking much quicker than they really are.
- Former U.S. President Barack Obama used pauses to emphasize points in his speeches frequently.
Creating a Platform
- Information about your voters can also be gained by reviewing polling information, past voter data, or by considering the location where you're giving the speech.
- If you're delivering the speech at a university, there's a high likelihood most of the audience will be college-aged people.
- Stay away from saying anything that may offend or upset your potential supporters.
- For instance, voters could be concerned about corruption or a lack of jobs.
- You can also ask people about their biggest concerns on social media.
- If there are not enough programs at your school, you could talk to the administration and the student body to develop new programs in your school.
- For instance, if there is a lack of jobs in your town, you could propose a plan to lower the corporate tax rate in your area to bring in new business.
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- ↑ Patrick Muñoz. Voice & Speech Coach. Expert Interview. 12 November 2019.
- ↑ https://open.lib.umn.edu/publicspeaking/chapter/14-1-four-methods-of-delivery/
- ↑ https://www.unr.edu/writing-speaking-center/student-resources/writing-speaking-resources/speech-introductions
- ↑ https://courses.lumenlearning.com/publicspeakingprinciples/chapter/chapter-8-outlining-your-speech/
- ↑ https://www.unr.edu/writing-speaking-center/student-resources/writing-speaking-resources/speech-evidence/
- ↑ https://owl.purdue.edu/owl/general_writing/academic_writing/conciseness/index.html
- ↑ https://www.indeed.com/career-advice/career-development/how-to-write-motivational-speech
- ↑ https://writingcenter.unc.edu/tips-and-tools/editing-and-proofreading/
- ↑ https://professional.dce.harvard.edu/blog/10-tips-for-improving-your-public-speaking-skills/
- ↑ https://sps.columbia.edu/news/five-ways-improve-your-body-language-during-speech
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- ↑ https://www.ndi.org/sites/default/files/Political_Campaign_Planning_Manual_Malaysia_0.pdf
- ↑ https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/articles/202004/how-win-election
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Use this template to write a 1-minute campaign speech to convince voters to vote for you.
My name is (name) and I represent (party name).
Our party believes that … (describe the issue)
This matters because … (give some reasons, using your research)
Our idea to improve our school is …
This will help by … (give one or two examples)
If elected, we will make sure that …
Vote for us and we will work hard to …
End with your campaign slogan, if you have one.
Thank you to everyone who supported me in this election and to all the other candidates for their great campaigns. I promise to work hard to create solutions to (your party’s issue) and to represent you and your ideas as the honourable member from (our class).
6 tips for writing a powerful political campaign speech
Meredith Thatcher | September 13, 2016
What makes a great campaign speech? As it turns out, the same attributes as a document written in plain language. The most effective speeches are those that use clear language in a series of short statements, and make the speaker’s points with conviction. Here are six tips to creating an effective campaign speech.
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1. Get potential voters on side
On a ‘whistle-stop’ tour of villages, towns, cities, counties, territories and states, getting as many potential voters on board in as short a time as possible is critical.
Build rapport from the start. Know about the area you’re visiting and the issues that matter to the residents who live there. Comment on those issues to bridge the gap from outsider to local. Tell a story that they can relate to instead of just spouting statistics. Your audience needs context. If you connect with them, they’ll be prepared to hear what you have to say. To get their vote, you need them on your side.
In the 2016 US Presidential election campaign, Hillary Clinton tried to get the supporters of fellow candidate Bernie Sanders on side after he dropped out of the race. Clinton stated:
And to all of your [Sanders’] supporters here and around the country, I want you to know I’ve heard you. Your cause is our cause. Our country needs your ideas, energy and passion. That is the only way we can turn our progressive platform into real change for America. We wrote it together, now let’s go out and make it happen together!
2. Get your message out fast
We live in a world of distraction. People retain very little, so get your message out fast. You want a sound bite that will capture the attention of potential voters. Keep your statement short and connected to a core theme. Then weave that theme through four to five key messages to take your audience on a memorable journey.
3. Give equal measure to empathy, warmth, and authority
Know how many people are likely to attend the event where you’re giving your speech. Remember to welcome your audience and thank them for turning up. Then deliver your comments so that each person feels like you’re having a fireside chat with them.
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A conversation is much better than a lecture, but don’t be too spontaneous. Get your timing right. Only tell a joke if you know everyone listening will get it, as no one likes being left out. And some events will be inappropriate for jokes.
The hard part is empathising with the concerns of potential voters while commanding authority. Remember to smile, and not just for the cameras. But also remember that some people view a show of emotion as a strength; others view it as a weakness. Exude confidence to assure them that you can lead and make decisions that deliver tangible benefits for them.
People may say they want to vote for someone they can talk to when what they really want is someone who can solve problems and make tough calls in any situation. So, above all, show your audience that you can do the job.
At the 2016 Republican National Convention, Donald Trump put his key message first and then tried to achieve a balance between warmth and authority. Trump stated:
U.S.A! U.S.A! U.S.A! Together, we will lead our party back to the White House, and we will lead our country back to safety, prosperity, and peace. We will be a country of generosity and warmth. But we will also be a country of law and order.
4. Stay in control and be confident
Your speech may start on the page, but you deliver it orally. Write as you will speak. Don’t waffle or include unfocused comments. Don’t get caught out using a voice that’s not your own. The audience will know immediately. Don’t be hesitant. The audience will know if you’re holding back and wonder why.
Only ask a question if you already know the answer. Use the problem–solution format throughout your speech. State the problem and provide an achievable solution. Make your messages unambigous and clear. See how your audience reacts, and respond accordingly.
In the end, leave your audience in no doubt about what you’re saying, why you’re saying it, and what they should do with your information. After all, you want their next step to be to vote for you.
5. Use repetition to best effect
Repeated messages stick. At the end, draw out your key themes and briefly repeat what you’ve said. Layer each message to build momentum to your final point. Make that point important enough that the audience will want to discuss it. This is another appropriate place for a sound bite. You need your name to stay at the top of the voters’ list of choices.
Former US President Barack Obama used repetitive phrases. Sometimes he ends a sentence in a way that makes people wonder what’s coming next. He makes a statement, pauses, and adds, ‘but that’s not what makes us…’ This makes people listen and helps to reinforce the point to come.
Obama has also used ‘I’ve seen it…’ to open statements. This shows he understands the concerns of the people — that he is one of them.
6. Take inspiration from the great orators
One of the best political speeches to incorporate the previous five elements was Franklin Delano Roosevelt’s first inaugural address to a country in the midst of the Great Depression. His 3 March 1933 speech points to the hard decisions that lie ahead. But it also reassures that a positive attitude and optimism about the future will see the country through the tough times.
The speech also notes that the people’s support and commitment to work together is an integral part of this journey. Roosevelt’s speech reads in part:
This is preeminently the time to speak the truth, the whole truth, frankly and boldly. Nor do we shrink from honestly facing conditions in our country today. This great nation will endure as it has endured, will revive and will prosper. So, first of all, let me assert my firm belief that the only thing we have to fear is fear itself — nameless, unreasoning, unjustified terror which paralyzes needed efforts to convert retreat into advance. In every dark hour of our national life, a leadership of frankness and vigor has met with that understanding and support of the people themselves which is essential to victory. I am convinced that you will again give that support to leadership in these critical days.
The speech is not only memorable — it has stood the test of time. It’s as relevant today as when first uttered more than 70 years ago.
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Vote of Thanks Speech in English
Wondering how to prepare a vote of thanks speech? This article will help you with everything you need to know.
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Vote of thanks – what is it and how to write.
- Vote of Thanks Speech for a General Event
- Vote of Thanks Speech for Teachers’ Day
FAQs on Vote of Thanks Speech
A vote of thanks is a well-prepared speech given formally and publicly to thank the host, the organiser and other participants for their presence and contribution to an event. It is an important part of every event.
Preparing a vote of thanks speech is always thought of as a Herculean task, and it does not have to be so if you know what exactly you have to do. Choose your words carefully. It is very important that you do not miss out to include any of the esteemed guests, the host or the dignitaries in your speech. You should also take care to thank the participants and the people who were a part of the event.
The Vote of Thanks is probably the last item for any event – be it Teacher’s Day, Annual Day or a birthday party – the list goes on. Make sure that you do not write long unwinding sentences. Keep it short and simple. You can start your vote of thanks speech by greeting everyone present or with a good quote on gratitude, followed by the list of guests you have to extend your thanks on behalf of the organization or the party that is hosting the event. It is then that you thank the participants and everyone who has been there for the event. Finally, you can end by thanking the hosts for having given you the opportunity to represent them.
Sample Vote of Thanks Speech
A few examples of vote of thanks speeches are given below for your better understanding.
Example 1 – Vote of Thanks Speech for a General Event
Good Evening everyone. It has been such an honour to be a part of this wonderful event. On behalf of the organization, I would like to extend my heartfelt gratitude to our esteemed guests, Mr. Chandhrasekar, Manager, IT Solutions and Mrs. Sunitha, Director of NSM Technologies. Thank you. Sincere thanks to the heads of the various departments who handled the event throughout. A wide round of applause and thanks to all the participants who made the event a memorable one. Finally, I would like to thank all of you present here for making the time to be with us today and helping us make this event a grand success. Thank you one and all.
Example 2 – Vote of Thanks Speech for Teachers’ Day
A very good morning to all. On behalf of all students and staff, I am glad to be standing here to express my vote of thanks. A special thanks to our Chief Guest, Ms. Sandhya, for accepting our invitation and for being here with us today. Your thoughts have truly inspired us. I thank our Headmistress, Mrs. Karishma, for always supporting and guiding us. Our Teachers, the superstars of today, always put in a lot of effort and love into making each one of us good students and wonderful human beings. You have always been generous with your time when your students need you no matter what. Thank you dear Teachers. I would be failing in my duty if I did not thank my fellow students who have made this day possible. I would also like to thank each and every one of you for being here and making this day a wonderful and memorable one for our dear teachers. Thank you once again.
On what occasions can you give a vote of thanks?
A vote of thanks speech can be given in any public events like Teachers’ Day, Annual Day, Fresher’s Day, a farewell, a party and so on.
What are the best quotes to use in a vote of thanks speech?
Quotes like “ Gratitude is not only the greatest of virtues, but the parent of all the others.” – Cicero, “A moment of difference makes a difference in your attitude.” – Bruce Wilkinson, can be used.
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Indian Elections are one of the most important events in the Indian political calendar. Held every five years, they are a chance for the people of India to choose their representatives and government. The Election Commission of India is an independent body that oversees all aspects of the election process. It is responsible for ensuring that elections are free and fair and that the rules and regulations are followed.
The Election Commission of India was established in 1950, a few years after India became an independent country. It is headed by the Chief Election Commissioner, who is appointed by the President of India. The other members of the commission are appointed by the government.
The commission is responsible for all aspects of the election process since the vote is direct, secret and universal for every citizen of India over 18. It encourages voting amongst all sections of society including women, minorities and citizens living abroad.
The first general elections were held in 1952-1953 to choose members of the Lok Sabha (lower house) and state assemblies. Over time, voting has also become mandatory in India.
The Election Commission of India has come in for criticism in the past, most notably during the 2002 Gujarat elections. However, it has also been praised for its handling of recent elections, including the 2014 Lok Sabha elections.
The Constitution of India guarantees every citizen the right to vote without fear or favor. The Election Commission of India is responsible for ensuring that this right is exercised in a free and fair manner.
People vote in India every five years to elect Members of Parliament (MPs) and members of the state legislative assemblies. The Election Commission of India is charged with overseeing all aspects of the election process, from deciding election dates to enforcing rules and regulations. It encourages voting among citizens including women, minorities and citizens living abroad.
The election process begins 18 months before a vote is to be held when the Election Commission of India decides on where polling stations will be located. It then begins to prepare for the elections by recruiting staff and training them in election procedures. The commission also prepares the electoral rolls or list of registered voters.
The essay describes the process of Indian elections and how the Election Commission of India oversees it. It also highlights some of the criticism that the commission has faced in the past.
Speech on Election For Students in English
An election is one of the most important pillars of democracy and it is that process through which people can choose their representatives as per their choice which they feel has the capability to form a better government and to perform actions in the favor of the development and national interest. In this, we will be covering a speech on the election. This will be helpful for you in writing speeches in your English writing section if you ever got topics such as speech for election, speech for election in school or college, etc.
Not only will it help you in writing your speech but it will also help you how to give a speech for school election or on election topic in school or college or even in any competition as well because in any competition, for oral speech you need to write the speech before actually presenting. Thus, it will be helpful in all these cases.
Speech For Election In School - Long
A very warm good morning to our worthy Principal and respected teachers and all the students present here. I am ( write your name here ) from Class ( mention your class or section ). Today I got an opportunity to deliver a speech on the election.
The process through which people can choose their representatives is called elections for example the process through which members of parliament are being chosen. Once Abraham Lincoln said the words which are "of the people, by the people, for the people" which means people of a democratic country can choose their government by themselves without any pressure. They are free to vote for any candidate according to their preferences in order to perform the required actions to make the government and to run the country.
Elections play a major role in democracy as they are important for the development of a democratic country like India or any other nation in which people have the right to choose their government. In India, after every five years elections are held. The system of the first-past-the-post electoral system is used by the Lok Sabha and Vidhan sabha. The candidates do promotions of their party and give a speech for the election campaign in the public. Then in each area, electors can cast their votes according to their choice, and the candidate who gets more votes will be announced as a winner.
There are merits and demerits of the elections. Elections give every party a chance to compete with each other equally. The candidate does work properly so that they want to be in everyone's eyes and win the elections. Through elections, actual power remains in the hands of the people. If they can select any representative or party and allow them to form the government and that government does not work in favor of the progress of the country, then the same people have the power to throw the government from its position in the next election. The demerits of the elections are that some parties clash with each other as they do not want to see another one reach that place. From this, some people also harm others and put pressure on the people to support their party so that they will be in power. They also use improper ways to win the elections like giving bribes to people, giving alcohol bottles to each male person so that they will be on their side.
For fair elections, the election commissioner has to have electoral rolls in the country and needs other members who can regularly verify and update the electoral rolls. At the time of elections, the duty of the volunteer is to look after the elections so that they will be performed fairly and give people knowledge about the elections so that they come to know that it is so important to cast their vote to form the government. It is their right or duty to choose the government at the same time.
To conclude, I want to say that elections are the strong pillars of the country. It keeps the democratic country to be developed and helps in keeping its true essence. It gives the right to people of the democratic country to choose their government according to their choice. Thus, there is a requirement of proper awareness to be spread among the people so that they don't miss casting their precious vote because one vote can make or break the future of the country.
Speech For Election in School - Short
Very good morning to my worthy and respected principal and all the teachers as well as students present here. I, ( write your name here ) from ( mention your class ) is here to deliver a speech for the election.
Elections are one of the most important processes that are required to run a democratic country in which people have all the power to choose their representatives who will run the country or state or a region on their behalf. People with certain ages and voting rights are eligible to cast their votes in the elections. There are various methods of elections used. It keeps the long term development of the country. The most important factor of the election is that it can show the expression of the will of the people. That means which type of government they want to be in their country.
Undoubtedly, they help in choosing the representatives fairly but sometimes some candidates choose unfair means to win. For which proper check on the election process is required and on the other hand, there should be a proper system of Electoral Voting Machines ( EVM ) and proper check on that so that cheating can not be done.
Thus, elections will serve as the best tool if they are used fairly and no malpractices are allowed. Candidates should remember this if people have the right to choose them and allow them to run the government and if they don't do so, then they can be overthrown as well by the people. Therefore, honest and fair elections should be taken.
10 Lines For a Speech About Election in School
Following lines about elections you can use while writing your speech wherever required:
The election is a process in which people of the region participate and choose their representatives as per their choice.
There are various methods of elections such as first past the post system, proportional representation, hybrid system, etc.
It can be done by ballot system or Electronic Voting Machines system through which people can cast their votes.
The universal adult franchise is a concept according to which any adult of the country can cast their votes. For example, any person with age 18 or above can cast vote without any discrimination.
Candidates have to apply with the particular party to stand in the elections and for that elections campaigns are being conducted.
In election campaigns, replies are being conducted where you can hear the election candidate's speech in which he describes him and his party and why you should vote for him.
Proxy voting is another way of the voting system through which those people can vote who are away from their electoral constituency and station.
All the elections are taken care of by the Election commission in India which is an independent constitutional body.
After winning the elections, the candidates form the government with their party and run the country or the particular region in which they won the election.
If they do not work as per the national interest or in the interest of the region, then they are accountable in the court of the people and people can throw them out in the next election or even before that.
Thus, here we have covered a lot about elections and its related concepts. It is one of the required features in a democracy but that does not mean it is only used in democratic countries but can be used in other countries as well wherever required. Here, we learned to write a speech on the election in English which helps in the writing section of the English subject. With the help of these two speeches, you will be able to write as per the required words on the topic speech for the election. Every concept has its merits and demerits as well, thus those are also included in these speeches along with the important lines that you can include while writing. We hope it helps you in improving your writing skills.
FAQs on Speech on Election
1. What is the purpose of an Election speech?
The purpose of an election speech is to convince the audience that voting is important to them and their country and that the candidate is the best person for the job. A speech should outline the candidate's plans and policies if they are elected, and should also highlight why the audience should vote for them specifically. They should also be sure to address any concerns the audience may have. In India, speeches by candidates are often broadcast on television or the internet, so they need to be especially careful to appeal to a wide range of people. They should also be aware that their speeches will likely be viewed by people of multiple different religions, nationalities, and backgrounds. So a speech should not only be well-written, but it should also be inclusive and respectful.
2. What are the different types of elections?
In India, there are three types of elections- Parliamentary, Assembly, and Local. Parliamentary elections are held every five years to elect members to the Lok Sabha, or the House of People. Elections to the Rajya Sabha, or the Council of States, are held every six years to elect members from each state. Assembly elections are held every five years to elect members to the state legislative assembly. Local elections are held every five years to elect members to the local government. In some states, there are also municipal elections which are held every five years to elect members to the local municipal government. These elections ensure that democracy is alive at every level in the country.
3. How can I write a speech on Elections in English?
You can write a speech on Elections in English by outlining the different types of elections, explaining the voting process, and highlighting the importance of voting. You can also discuss why the candidate is best suited for the job, and what their plans are if they are elected. You should be sure to address any concerns or questions that the audience may have, and be sure to write in a respectful and inclusive manner. Lastly, be sure to end your speech on a positive note, urging the audience to go out and vote. Students can also write speeches on the importance of elections, or other topics related to elections, as a part of their English class. It is a great way to improve their writing skills while also learning about the democratic process. Vedantu provides the best English learning experience to students. Vedantu helps students in improving their writing skills with the help of interactive exercises and writing tips.
4. How can I write a good speech on the Election?
In order to write a good speech, outline the different types of elections, explain the voting process, and highlight the importance of voting. Also, discuss the importance of elections and other topics related to elections. Discuss why the candidate is best suited for the job, and what their plans are if they are elected. You can also address any concerns or questions that the audience may have, and be sure to write in a respectful and inclusive manner. Finally, be sure to end your speech on a positive note, urging the audience to go out and vote.
5. Why do we need to make the election process fair and transparent?
The election process should be fair and transparent so that the people of India can trust the government that is elected. The election process should be free and fair, and the results should be released to the public quickly and accurately. There should be no room for fraud or corruption, and the votes should be counted correctly. The people of India deserve to have a voice, and a fair and transparent election process will ensure that their voices are heard. We have seen in the past how corrupt elections can lead to disaster, and it is essential that we make every effort to ensure that our elections are fair and transparent.