I recently did a study to see if I had a change in response based on the day or time that I contacted candidates. before work, should it be during lunch hours of 11 a.m-3 p.m., or after dinner between 7-10 p.m.?Is candidate outreach better Monday to Friday or does it make a difference if you reach out on Saturday or Sunday? In Mails I reached out to 120 candidates, 40 candidates between 5-8 a.m, 40 candidates between 11 a.m.-3 p.m., and 40 candidates between 7-10 in the evening.Presumptive nominee is a term used when a person or organization believes that the nomination is inevitable or likely.The act of being a candidate in a race for either a party nomination or for electoral office is called a "candidacy".The emails utilized were all personal email addresses.Of the 36% that responded, 27 responses were received on the weekend as opposed to nine responses during the week. in English Literature from Mc Gill University, as well as a Baking and Pastry A. A former Rabbis without Borders Student Fellow, Encounter Davar Acher Fellow, and a Global Justice Fellow with AJWS, this year Emily is a Leffell Fellow with AIPAC.
This statistic, of less than a one percent change in times of day, tells me that it does not matter what time of the day you send an In Mail. She has taught classes on Jewish food in synagogues, at JCCs and Hillel and at the Hazon Food Conference.She loves teaching Hebrew school: currently she is teaching a weekly cooking class for grades 3-5 at CSAIR as well as 5th grade Sunday school.In her spare time she enjoys reading and doing fine needlework.Sign Up For Free Join for FREE, and start talking with other members, weighing in on community discussions, and more.