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
Launching a Campaign of Good Deeds
We are being tested as campaigns and campaigners.
Are we doing our part to respond to the health pandemic and the deep economic pain felt by so many members of our community?
At SpeakEasy Political we have prepared new banner ads you can use to help launch your own “Campaign of Good Deeds” in the difficult days ahead as our communities face the dual challenges of safeguarding our health while supporting those in such great need.
Many of our customers have asked us if we think directing resources that could be used for traditional campaigning to a Campaign of Good Deeds will give their competitors an advantage.
The answer is clearly “no” since it is always the right time to do the right thing. In the short run, we have already seen tremendous positive voter response to campaigns like these. Our neighbors need help – and campaigns that are good neighbors right now are building tremendous good will.
We hope these new creative tools help your community.
Thanks and stay safe.
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