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by Thea Schmid on May 11, 2022

No federal mailing strategy is complete without 499 campaigns. These concentrated mailings let your office speak to segments of your constituency about specific issues without going through franking. They’re an …

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Topics:Blackout

by Claudia Reed on April 27, 2022

Keeping your constituents up-to-date and informed on what is happening across the country and your district is critical. And while you can only call constituents who have opted-in to receive …

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Topics:FrankingTelephone Town HallBlackout

by Lydia Stowe on April 25, 2022

Chances are, you could be doing more when it comes to effectively interacting with your constituents. In this age of constant communication and connection, an annual snail mail report or …

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Topics:CRMNewsletterCaseworkState

by Thea Schmid on February 28, 2022

A president’s address is an integral public communication — it can set the policy trajectory for the year. Your office’s response to the State of the Union helps constituents understand …

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Topics:Newsletter

by Stephanie Casassa on February 18, 2022

A congressional website is one of the best ways for a member of Congress to provide constituents with resources and information. Since your site offers many people their first impression …

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Topics:Web

by Thea Schmid on February 15, 2022

Congratulations! You’ve been elected to represent your constituents in Congress, but what comes next? It's time to select your most integral tool, constituent relationship management software. A good CRM will …

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Topics:CRM

by Thea Schmid on February 15, 2022

A congressional website should seamlessly integrate form and function, never sacrificing one for the other. Constituents won’t be able to easily interact with your website if it’s visually displeasing, nor …

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Topics:WebAccessibility

by Nick Consler on February 07, 2022

Before we know it, blackout will be here. How can you set yourself up for communications success when blackout season arrives? These strategies will assist in building a subscriber list, …

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Topics:NewsletterFrankingBlackout

by Lydia Stowe on February 03, 2022

1. Manage Constituent Requests Efficiently The global pandemic meant a surge of crisis communications flooding into agencies, city councils, and mayors' offices, in addition to the pile of usual constituent …

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Topics:State

by Nick Consler on January 24, 2022

WASHINGTON, D.C. - Monday, January 24, 2022 - As state legislatures reconvene, the redistricting process alters political boundaries, and lawmakers and staff face an unprecedented surge of inbound communications and …

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Topics:Press ReleaseState