SpeakEasy’s order minimum is 500 pieces.
There is no maximum number of mailers you can order.
No. While there is no minimum spend, SpeakEasy’s order minimum is 500 pieces, which will cost roughly $1,000, depending on the size of your mail piece.
To ensure your mail piece fits into USPS regulations, you can upload your own designs into templates found in the ‘Your Design’ section of the Mail Studio. If you would like a custom piece, please please reach out to [email protected] with the details of your program and we can create a plan to work together.
Please ensure your pictures are formatted as JPG, PNG, or ICO. Additionally, all pictures must be 10MB or less. We recommend photos that are at least 300 DPI for best print quality.

There are 6 sizes of pieces that you can use:

  • Door Hanger (4”x17”)
  • Walk Card (3.5”x4”)
  • Letter-landscape (8.5”x11”)
  • Standard Card (6”x11”)
  • Postcard (8.5”x5.5”)
  • Jumbo Card (9”x12”)
On SpeakEasy templates, you can edit text (including positioning of text boxes) and images. At this moment, you cannot change the color or font of the text. For additional support, please reach out to [email protected] and we can help complete your mail piece.
Mail pieces are priced by size, so all templates of a given size are the same cost per unit. Orders may vary based on the number of pieces. For a list of the different sizes and prices, visit the Pricing page.
The more pieces you print, the lower the cost per piece. These bulk prices are based on predefined levels. For a list of the different sizes and prices, visit the Pricing page.
Disclaimer rules and regulations vary between each state. On each direct mail template, there is a space to add a disclaimer. By default, this section will have “Your Disclaimer Here” so don’t forget to edit it! SpeakEasy is not responsible for reviewing your direct mail piece for compliance with federal, state, or local laws. Please ensure that you have confirmed that your piece is in compliance before placing your order.
Yes. Due to postal regulations, please include a return address on your piece.
It will take approximately three to five mail days for your piece to be delivered from the time it is dropped into the postal stream. Please remember that the postal service can deliver faster and unfortunately sometimes slower, so be sure to pace your “drops” or mail dates so your pieces don’t arrive in the mailbox the same day.
Yes! In fact, it is a best practice to add yourself or someone who lives in the district as a “seed” on the list. Please note that if you live in a different area than the list, it may take longer for the piece to reach you.
SpeakEasy handles the printing, production, and delivery process through our network of union printers. Once you check out with your piece, we’ll handle the rest and we will be in touch if we have any questions.
While the SpeakEasy team will review your piece, we are not able to proofread your piece for errors such as misspellings or typos. Prior to checking out, we recommend that you have at least 3 other people proofread your piece, looking for typos, misspelled names, and ensuring that your piece fully complies with local, state and federal disclaimer requirements.
Yes! We are proud to work with a network of union printers across the country.

We are proud to work exclusively with union printers. All of our pieces will be printed with union bugs. While you will not see it on the template, it will be added during the printing process.

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.