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Adding the Climate to Your Political Campaign Messaging Plan – 🚨 New Template Alert! 🚨
From the City Council to the State House to Washington, DC — climate change is on the minds of American voters. According to a 2021 poll, half of U.S voters now consider climate change to be a “critical issue,” up from 44% in 2019 and 40% in 2017. This focus on the environment is particularly critical for young voters, a key segment of the electorate for Democrats to continually engage.
And while the environment is often discussed through a national or global lens, state and local campaigns are increasingly communicating with voters on their localized environmental issues. From congested roadways to fracking policy, these issues are top of mind for voters.
As campaigns ramp up for thousands of 2022 races taking place across the Country, the SpeakEasy Political creative team is excited to add additional climate change templates to our suite of customizable digital ad templates – check them out below.
SpeakEasy Political users can easily select a template, customize their design, and then build a digital ad program that reaches voters around this crucial issue. From Name ID, to issue-based ads (such as our climate change suite), to GOTV — SpeakEasy’s ad templates support campaigns from launch through Election Day.
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As 2022 comes to a close, political campaigns are ramping up ahead of crucial 2023 election dates. From school boards to State Legislatures, there are thousands of important state and local elections taking place next year — proving that there are truly no off years in politics! This year at
As we look toward next year, media strategists across the country are analyzing what worked most effectively in the Midterms — and how those learnings shape plans for 2023 and beyond. Our team is no different: and we’re looking back to help pinpoint what worked best in moving effective digital