The election will dominate the national conversation this year as Americans choose who controls the White House, Congress and thousands of state offices. Smart companies are finding ways to participate. With government officials preoccupied, events cancelled or postponed and everyone working remotely due to COVID-19, now is a good time to show your stakeholders that your organization will remain relevant.
Soon, the election will heat back up, and your ability to build relationships and communicate—internally and externally—all the way to November is vital.
Fill out the form to tune in to our webinar, How to Drive Civic Engagement, to discuss how your firm can communicate with employees, customers and other relevant audiences around election-year issues.
An increasing body of research shows that companies have a role to play in election-year politics. Our panel will cover how industry-leading firms educate voters, encourage registration and boost GOTV efforts. Using real-world examples, the panel will address goals and strategy; tactics that work; and the latest tools available to increase the impact of election-year communications.
Digital Advocacy Manager
Senior Manager of Government Relations
Senior Product Manager
Companies that drive civic engagement build relationships that last far beyond Election Day. To learn more about what your company can do, register for How to Drive Civic Engagement.