political email list

How to Build a Political Email List

by Joe Fuld (He/Him)

There are ads all over the internet to buy a political email. As easy as it sounds, do not do it – do not buy a political email list. They are waste of money, can hurt your online reputation and upset constituents. Instead, build a list organically. Building a political email list is a daunting task, but with a few tactics, planning and patience, you can increase your supporter base.

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Grow Your Email List For Political Campaigns

If you’re running for office, you need to grow your email list, no matter how small the race. Building your list will take a long time, so it’s important to start as early as possible. If you’ve run for office before, you can start by reengaging your old list. If you’re new to campaigns, you can start with your friends and family, but where do you go from there?

MailChimp vs Constant Contact

MailChimp vs. Constant Contact

by Ben Holse (He/Him)

For campaigns, email is an important and cost effective means of communication. While I am not an email expert and do not have in depth knowledge of open rates, conversions, etc., I have worked with both the MailChimp and Constant Contact. In truth, both MailChimp and Constant Contact are fairly similar services and can both work within the confines of small to mid -sized campaigns. With that said, below is our assessment of which would work better for small campaigns, MailChimp or Constant Contact.

How to Build a Political Email List

How to Build a Political Email List

by The Campaign Workshop

Building a political email list can be a daunting task, but with a few key tactics, you can increase your supporter base towards your path to victory. If you’re new to running for office, your email list will consist of your friends, family, and contacts you’ve kept through the years. This may be a relatively small list, but over your campaign, you’ll continue to add people to your list. Here’s how.