• Debunking the Myth of Mail-In Ballot Voter Fraud

    Sep 28, 2020 by Elena Veatch

    Pile of mail-in voting envelopes and "I Voted" stickers and an American flag

    Mail-In Ballot Voter Fraud Is Extremely Rare

    Mail-in ballot voter fraud is the biggest problem that doesn’t exist.

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  • How Will Post Office Delays Impact Mail Delivery and 2020 Campaigns?

    Aug 31, 2020 by Joe Fuld and Ben Holse

    Post office delays

    *Credit to The Campaign Workshop for the postal graphics

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  • USPS Streamlining

    Oct 26, 2015

    USPS Streamlining

    How is the USPS Streamlining?

    The USPS is starting to clean up their data and streamline mail entry so that it is not as manual and paper based. One part of this is that companies don’t need to open up permits at every facility location where their mail is verified, and can instead utilize a “Mail Anywhere” service. Entering mail is all being streamlined to a digital process where fewer eyes look at it and fewer hands touch or physically verify.

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  • The United States Postal Service: 2014 Direct Mail Facts

    Oct 15, 2015 by The Campaign Workshop

    Direct Mail

    The United States Postal Service: 2014 Direct Mail Facts

    The United States Postal Service (USPS) gets a lot of flack, is the inevitable butt of jokes, and the recipient of an amazing amount of criticism. For the process of creating political direct mail, however, we couldn’t do our work without them. So let’s take a moment to consider what the USPS does on a daily basis to move your direct mail into the hands of targeted recipients.

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  • Political Direct Mail and Election Mail Contingency Plan

    Sep 03, 2015 by The Campaign Workshop

    Political Direct Mail and Election Mail Contingency Plan

    Make Sure You Have a Back-up Plan for Your Election Direct Mail

    On February 13, 2015 the United States Postal Service (USPS) experienced an outage in its Postal One service. To the uninitiated, this is the service that processes mailings and postage payments. All postal documents for mailings are done electronically through this system. Luckily, this didn’t happen back in October, during the height of election season. But realistically, it could happen, and we’re all wondering: what we would do if it did? How would your political direct mail or even election mail, like ballots or voter guides, get out on time if all systems were down?

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