Our latest midterm election saw the second-highest youth voter turnout in almost three decades, just behind the 2018 cycle – indicating young people are increasingly more interested in the political process. According to the Walton Family Foundation’s post-election report, 1 in 3 Gen Z voters wished they were more informed
Campaigns Stepping Up to Help
Friends, we hope you are safe and well,
In the past month political campaigns across the country have been stepping up to help protect Americans from COVID-19 by using our communications resources to share valuable health information. Now – campaigns are stepping forward to help communities suffering from economic hardship to recover.
Last week SpeakEasy Political created a set of free-to-download infographics for you to share with your networks about how to stay safe.
Now, during this time of crisis, we have created new sharable infographics on ways that anyone can step forward to help those in need. They are absolutely free to download and share.
By taking care of our neighbors, families, friends, and coworkers – we can get through this crisis together.
Please feel free to download and share any of these infographics to help our communities stay safe, take care of one another and recover quickly.
Please stay safe,
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