Direct Mail

Almost every modern campaign uses targeted direct mail for two reasons – it is the most cost-effective companion to your digital media and it is addressable, meaning you only reach the voters you want to target with the message you know works best for them.

Before SpeakEasy Political, campaigns often paid too much to develop high quality direct mail – or simply missed out on the ability to micro target messages to key voter groups. With SpeakEasy Political, campaigns can modify our library of hundreds of proven and tested templates to create high-impact mail, match that mail with our integrated voter data platform and let SpeakEasy Political do the rest.

A one-two punch of coordinated micro-targeted direct mail paired with digital media is the emerging best practice for winning campaigns. At SpeakEasy Political, you can create your micro-targeted political mail at a steep discount and pair it with our digital media so your campaign speaks powerfully with one consistent look and feel.

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Co-Founder & Managing Partner
As Managing Partner of SpeakEasy, Danielle Winterhalter specializes in multi-channel advertising, creative development, and rapid response communications – providing strategic campaign guidance and tactical media implementation to a client portfolio including Democratic causes, candidates, and impact-driven brands.

Passionate about increasing civic engagement and political access, Danielle founded SpeakEasy to support Democratic initiatives with effective media strategies up and down the ballot. Since inception, SpeakEasy’s tech-enabled ad tools – and tested political experience – have been leveraged by races in over 38 states, from school board to United States Senate.

Prior to SpeakEasy, Danielle served as a Campaign Manager, Policy Director, and political consultant where she scripted speeches, developed bipartisan policy initiatives, and executed comprehensive communication campaigns for Democratic candidates and organizations.

Outside of the office, Danielle is involved with Team Fox – the grassroots fundraising arm of the Michael J. Fox Foundation – where she raises funding and awareness for Parkinson’s Disease. A graduate of the University of San Francisco, she holds dual degrees in Politics and International Studies.