If you intend to run for office, you need to announce your candidacy in a letter.
But there are other types of candidacy letters. If you want to join the board of directors for a business or charity, or secure a role with a trade association, you'll need to know how to write a letter for candidacy as well. A letter of candidacy can be difficult to write well.
It needs to be concise and specific and inspire the reader to take action on your behalf. Greeting: Address it to someone specific if you can. Dear Mrs. McPherson is better than Dear Voter. But Dear Voter will do in a pinch.
Statement of intent: Introduce yourself and your ties to the local community. Make note of your involvement in civic organizations or public service.
Then state your desire to bring positive eletcion and how your election could have a beneficial effect. Be friendly and engaging so the reader wants to continue.
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Your platform: Tell the reader two or commissuon issues on which your campaign plans to focus. Explain why you're the candidate to take them on and how you plan to address the issues.
This should be brief with one or wlection concise paragraphs and it should be authoritative. Make the reader understand why you're the candidate for this particular job.]