Political Printing: The Do's and Don’ts

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Political Printing: The Do's and Don’ts

Regardless of how you cut it, writing and producing quality political direct mail and doing political printing is no easy task. There are a lot of things that go into quality political printing and it takes quite a bit of time and practice to be able to do it well. With that said, below is a quick list of dos and don’ts to producing quality political printing.

DO'S

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Ultimate Guide to Political Direct Mail Printing—Part 3

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Everything You Were Afraid to Ask About Political Direct Mail Printing—Part 3

Political direct mail printing part 3: In previous installments of this series on political direct mail printing we covered finding a political direct mail printer, managing schedules and specifying paper. Today, we’re going to get technical and talk about presses. We couldn’t have political direct mail printing without presses to get the job done, so let’s examine the differences and uses for digital and offset printing.

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Ultimate guide to political direct mail printing—Part 1 Union Printers

Ultimate Guide to Political Direct Mail Printing

Everything You Were Afraid to Ask About Political Direct Mail Printing and Union Printers

Political direct mail printing has a lot of moving parts. Tired of blurry photos, mail pieces that look like they went through a washing machine and words that are so small you need a magnifying glass to see them? Well, this series on political direct mail printing and union printers is for you. In our next four posts we’ll cover:

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Union Printers Make Great Political Direct Mail Campaigns

Using union printers for political direct mail

Why We Use Union Printers and Union Printing

Union printers can print anything you need: direct mail, posters, banners, signs, stickers buttons; we love them. We at The Campaign Workshop pride ourselves on a lot of things: innovative strategy, eye-catching creative, smart messaging—but the one thing we feel best about is our commitment to using only union printing. It’s a core value that we take very seriously as a firm. Even if our client is non-political, or running for office in a non-union friendly place, we still use a union printer and just ask for their union bug to be removed (the small identifying emblem found on union-printed materials).  In short, when it comes to print shops, we're sticking with union printers.

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