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In a political campaign, the use of color can be a powerful tool for conveying messages, creating a cohesive brand identity, and differentiating your campaign from others. However, the choice of campaign colors is ultimately a personal decision for the candidate and their campaign team and should be based on what resonates with the candidate […]

Campaign Colors: It doesn’t have to be Red or Blue

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By: Kate Wasson What is Political Burnout? According to Pew Research, about two-thirds of Americans feel worn out by the political climate. This feeling of being ‘worn out’ is most commonly referred to as burnout. Regardless of political party, burnout is common, however there is very little conversation regarding the topic. In a journal by […]

Kate Wasson: Political Burnout

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By Megan Bedera, Women Campaign Founder I am a woman who has made a career in politics; I have been running political campaigns for more than a decade for candidates from Congress to school board, and in that time, maybe a third of my clients have been women, and before starting Women Campaign, I couldn’t […]

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Megan Bedera: Why Women Campaign? Because it’s time for women to take their seat at the table