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Are you prepared?

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The 2018 midterms

are fast approaching and it’s time to get ready for the next electoral runs in your local government. We’re about to relaunch this page and update a variety of site material. We’re still here for your campaign needs, yard signs of a variety of sizes and colors you can do anything from simple text/lettering of your message to full graphics with pictures and art.  Every campaign does fundraisers and gala-esque events what better way to spread your message than via vinyl banners so you can hang your message high and proud for the whole room to see or even from a street view outside your campaign HQ. For your constituents, there’s bumper stickers and other misc products for your volunteers and fans to share your message across your city.

The 2018 United States elections will mostly be held on Tuesday, November 6, 2018.There are 468 seats in the U.S. Congress (33 Senate seats and all 435 House seats) are up for election on November 6, 2018.   Heading into the election, the Republican Party holds a 52 seat majority in the Senate. Democrats hold 46 seats, and the remaining two are held by independents who caucus with the Democratic Party. The Democratic Party is on the defensive in 2018, as they are left defending 25 seats (two of which are held by independents), while only eight seats up for election in 2018 are held by Republican incumbents.

Simple calendar of upcoming elections:

AUGUST 15, 2017:
Alabama – US Senate Special Primary Election
Utah – CD-3 Special Primary Election

SEPTEMBER 12, 2017:
New York City – Mayoral Primary

September 26, 2017:
Alabama – US Senate Special Primary Runoff Election

Florida – Miami Mayor
Georgia – Atlanta Mayor
Massachusetts – Boston Mayor
Michigan – Detroit Mayor
Minnesota – Minneapolis Mayor & St. Paul Mayor
New Jersey – Governor & State Legislature
New Mexico – Albuquerque Mayor
New York City – Mayor
Ohio – Cincinnati Mayor & Cleveland Mayor
Pennsylvania – Pittsburgh Mayor
Utah – CD-3 Special Election
Virginia – Governor & State Legislature
Washington – Seattle Mayor

December 12, 2017:
Alabama – US Senate Special General Election

It’s going to be one busy year, the only question to ask yourself is…. “Are you ready?”




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