Political campaign hot cards and websites for less
Shameless plug, or doing my part to change the way politics work?
One of the biggest problems facing America is the high cost of running for office. I know full well how much it costs, having run more times than most (and lost).
To help cut the expense of running for office- my firm, The Next Wave, does campaign pieces- websites- printing- for a lot less than what most “political consultants” charge- and it looks better.
We just did a logo, hotcards, letterhead, envelopes, car magnet and a website for local judicial candidate Mia Wortham Spells.
The website is basic, but functional and responsive. Done in WordPress, with a PayPal donation engine. You can learn how to manage a WordPress website yourself by coming to one of our Websitetology Seminars, the next one is Tuesday June 23.
Our printing prices are some of the best in town- 1000 4/c, 2/s 4×6 hotcards on 16 pt stock are only $44.55 You can find more prices at www.thenextwaveprinting.com
We’re also doing design work, hotcards, banners and yard signs for Dayton City Commission Scott Sliver and signs and some other printing for Dayton School Board candidate John McManus.
We’ve done door hangers for Beavercreek Township Trustee Tom Kretz, notecards for State Rep. Jim Butler, Butler Twp. Trustee Joe Flanagan, Liberty Twp. Trustee candidate Rhonda Freeze and of course former Dayton Mayor Gary Leitzell and city commission candidate David Greer (one of my favorite portrait shoots). This is mostly in the name of full disclosure- and just because we do design and print for these people, doesn’t mean it’s an endorsement.
What’s funny is that the local Democratic party does a lot of its printing out of Columbus instead of supporting a local Service Disabled Veteran (me) and probably pays more for everything.
Don’t overpay for crappy printing for campaign literature that no one will read anyway – buy it from The Next Wave.
It’s time you elected politicians as tight with their own money as they’ll be with your money.
I bet Congressman Mike Turner gives you all his work.
[…] one person has turned in their petitions so far- John McManus. (full disclosure- my firm printed his signs and stickers) and he has been out walking longer than anyone […]
You might want to spell “Municipal” correctly in the logo
Concerned – where were you when we were proofing this?
Not the first mistake I’ve ever made…
Apparently Mia Spells can’t!! Oh, well – most of the voters probably can’t spell either.
No- I can’t spell. Mia Spells just fine.
I guess you forgot to mention how your financials for mia were filed late, many misspelled words in several of your mailings for fund raising and let’s not forget most of citizens in Dayton cannot stand you.
Hi Janet- I had nothing to do with Mia’s financials.
I didn’t write the fundraising letters. I provided the letterhead.
And- as to most of the “citizens in Dayton” voted for Matt Joseph 3x and Nan Whaley for Mayor- so- they are batting 1000.