local votingNext Tuesday (11/3)  is a big day for many of our US clients. But because it’s not a presidential or midterm election, voter turnout at the polls tends to be low.

That’s a shame, because many of the elections are for local offices, the elected officials who have a large impact on our daily lives.

Turnout is even worse for local elections that do not fall on November.

If you can vote next week, do it – and take a few friends with you. Every vote counts. Many local elections are won or lost by just a handful of votes.

See you at the polls!

Did You Know?

  • Special elections are never held for the U.S. President. If the President dies or resigns while in office, the successor is determined by the presidential line of succession, as specified by the United States Constitution and the Presidential Succession Act.
  • North Korea holds elections every 5 years, in which the ballots list only one candidate.
  • Some countries have compulsory voting. For example, in Australia, if you don’t have a good excuse for not voting, you are fined.

Winding Down 2015

Even if your campaign has finished, don’t let your online presence fade away. Here are some ideas of what to do with your campaign website after the election.

Gearing Up For 2016

Best of luck to all our clients!




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