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Best Promotional Products for Voter Outreach and Election Campaigns

Whether it be presidential elections, midterm elections or local elections, voter registration and eventual turnout plays a pivotal role in winning campaigns. Any successful campaign requires more than paid advertising on TV or radio. Campaigns are won with strong candidates, impactful messaging, name recognition and boots on the ground to build support for a candidate or ballot measure.  

Promotional products are an instrumental part of any election campaign to spread awareness. From the largest scale events like the Republican and Democratic National Conventions to local fundraisers, the most popular promo products for campaigns are collateral and signage, apparel, celluloid buttons, decal stickers and items for tabling events. 

Campaigns of all sizes will benefit from eco-friendly election promotional products. The top-selling promo item for campaigns is apparel. Volunteers should always be wearing apparel highlighting their candidate’s name when knocking on doors, marching in a parade or working outreach events. Many campaigns want to show support for the American economy and choose American union made t-shirts. The next best-selling campaign items are USA made celluloid buttons and stickers. Available in a variety of shapes and sizes, both buttons and decal stickers can be produced in a union shop and printed with a union bug. 

Outreach events like voter registration drives or meet the candidate events require eco-friendly booth displays. USA made and recycled custom banners and table coverings will welcome potential voters to booths. To further attract visitors and collect personal information for ongoing outreach, offer small eco-friendly giveaways like pens, magnetic clips or reusable tote bags. A candidate’s name and logo on these items will increase name recognition leading up to the election. 

Political activism on college campuses continues to rise. Youth voters between 18 and 29 years of age have consistently had the lowest turnout among all age groups. Rock the Vote was launched in 1990 to improve voter turnout for young voters. College groups have built on the success of Rock the Vote with on-campus voter registration drives. During election years, especially presidential and midterms, voter outreach is a priority for college sustainability and Student Public Interest Research Groups (PIRGs) when students arrive on campus in the fall. Politically minded-student groups like College Democrat and College Republican chapters can identify candidates fighting for the issues at hand and educate students on the best candidates to support. Student groups can bring attention to their causes with the same eco-friendly promotional products mentioned above.  

Eco Promotional Products is proud to partner with non-partisan organizations such as the League of Women Voters and League of Conservation Voters. For more details or to order products for upcoming campaigns, contact our team today.  

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