You’ve probably heard the old chestnut, “the race is to the swift.” But in the fable of the tortoise and the hare, the swift runner lacked the political savvy of his slower competitor (smug about his success, the hare napped while the tortoise made steady progress) — and in the end, the tortoise won the day.
The same caveat might be applied to your political race. What matters most is what you say — and whether you catch the attention of your constituency.
Here are some strategies to help you create and manage a successful political campaign:
- Political Yard Signs. Yard signs are one of the most cost-effective ways to get your message across. Super Cheap Signs offers a wide selection of political yard signs and bandit signs constructed of the highest quality 4mm corrugated plastic, imprinted with long lasting UV ink for sharp, eye-catching slogans. Best of all, we’ve had the lowest prices and fastest turnaround for more than 20 years, which means even if you enter the race late, your signage will be ready for lawns and sidewalks in record time!
- Large Campaigns Signs. Winners think big to win big. Our large format political signs command attention and provide a sizable advantage at a cost-effective price. Included gratis: full-color, photos, proofing, design and logo re-creation. Such a deal! And we’re not even running for office.
- Door Hangers. Knock-Knock. Who’s there? Candi. Candi who? Candidate for (fill in the blank with the office you’re running for). Door hangers are an affordable, fun way to target voters in a well-defined geographic area.
- Bumper Stickers. With all the time we spend sitting in traffic or parked in lots or on the street, a political bumper sticker is another economical way to promote your campaign and let voters know what cause you champion (e.g., “Smith for Supervisor” with a peace sign or the triple triangle that means “recycle” gets your message across instantly)
So whether your personal style gravitates more to hare or to tortoise, use all the political campaign resources at your disposal to ensure that your name and platform reaches the voters. Because champions rarely nap in the middle of the race.