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
Coronavirus (COVID-19): Sharing trusted information during a crisis
During a crisis, people are looking for reliable information they can trust.
At times like these, some of the best content is often simple, straightforward facts from trusted sources. Not only is it information that your followers will find helpful, it also serves a public health benefit.
To make it easier for you to spread reliable information about coronavirus and what people can do to help, SpeakEasy Political has already produced graphics you can share with your followers on social media. This information comes from trusted sources including the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, World Health Organization, Washington Post, and others.
We encourage you to download the graphics below and share them on Facebook and Twitter to help give your community the tools to fight back against COVID-19.
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At SpeakEasy, we know that there are no such things as “off years” in elections. Any given Tuesday could hold significant implications for local communities. This is especially true for the thousands of candidates and campaign operatives working around the clock in advance of our elections this fall. In our
The traditional conversation around politics often centers on presidential or federal races — and misses the opportunity to talk about state and local races. But at SpeakEasy, we’re big fans of putting these learnings from national races and the unique opportunities created by local programs front and center. Below, we’ve