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
Digital Politics Podcast: Squeezing Costs Out of Direct Mail with Bergen Kenny
SpeakEasy Political CEO Bergen Kenny spoke with Karen Jagoda of the Digital Politics podcast to talk about SpeakEasy and political mail. She shared that in the digital age, print pieces still have an important role to play and can be the last message seen before a voter makes up their mind about a candidate.
Listen to the podcast below, and check out more from the Digital Politics Podcast here.
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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
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