Political Business Cards


Never encountered these before until a recent 4th of July parade. Candidate supporters were handing out two-sided business cards. On the front was the candidate’s picture, the position they were running for, slogan, website domain, etc.

The back of the card had a short description of the candidate’s campaign platform. It was a nice little promotional piece. On close examination, it appeared that the cards were self-printed, but they were still of good quality.

And for the number of cards distributed, they were a lot cheaper than pamphlets, door hangers or those silly little red, white and blue fans that are handed out at those type of events.

It was a nice piece, and I hung onto it for quite a while.

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