Important things to capture:
- What was the supporting ask in this meeting?
- Concerns of the staffer/MOC with respect to our policy.
- Questions the staffer/MOC had about our policy.
- Recommendations the staffer/MOC had about our policy or strategy.
- Points about our strategy or policy the staffer/MOC found interesting.
- Who the MOC works well with across the aisle, or in their own party.
- Separate (in parentheses or brackets), your sense of the staffer. Were they engaged? Were they interested? Were they hostile? Did they want to be anywhere but in that meeting? What was their body language? Discuss this with others after the meeting as well to make sure your impressions match.
- Action items for the MOC/staffer or what they agreed to do.
- Action items and follow-up for your group.
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