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
It’s Election Day!
Today is Election Day in fourteen states, including SpeakEasy’s headquarter state of California. There’s a lot on the ballot, and although the 2020 Democratic Presidential race is receiving the most attention, those names & initiatives that come after the top contenders have a huge impact on our daily lives.
While the Presidential race has all of the glitz and glamor, these “down-ballot” races are what affect the ins and outs of our daily lives – they determine if we fund the road improvements for our morning commutes, the size of our kids’ classrooms, the budgets for our city’s public safety resources, and who sits on the bench in our communities’ circuit courts.
SpeakEasy was created to provide top-of-the-ticket political advertising tools for campaigns, causes, and organizations of all sizes – and we hope that this Election Day, you’ll thoughtfully cast your votes on all the races on your ballot.
We’ll be staying up late tonight watching the returns of all the clients we had the opportunity to work with this cycle.
Make sure to cast your ballot (find your polling location here), or drop off your Vote By Mail ballot at a drop box near you to ensure it’s counted.
Happy Election Day!
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