Martha Waffles, recently sent out an update to our clients and friends. I will admit, she has funny stories to share:
I have a funny story to tell you before I get down to business… Marlys was on a VERY important phone call the other day, but it was time for her to give me some meat scraps so I did what any good girl would do, bark! Well apparently, an entire telephone townhall heard me!
Okay, okay, I heard a rumor going around that I may not be holding up my responsibilities at the office. I’d like to set the record straight!
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I loved this post from the great, Gov. Greg Abbott featuring his dogs, Pancakes and Peaches. Pancakes, Peaches and Waffles basically sound like a great superhero group.
Needless to say, Waffles was very disappointed I did not take her to meet Pancake and Peaches when I was recently in Texas. She was also disappointed to discover her budget for a Canine Telephone Townhall was not approved.
The employees at CampaignHQ are the most dedicated, hardworking employees. Not only do they love what they do, but they care deeply about the country they live in, all the way down to their communities.
On a daily basis, these employees are putting their conservative values in action whether it’s through their work here at CHQ, volunteering in their local churches or non-profits and even in political office.
CHQ employee, Staci Shepard, brought a concern to the city council last year regarding snow removal, which they did not address. So she decided to take matters into her own hands and be part of the solution to fix the problem.
Our employees talk the talk and walk the walk. Don’t you want someone like that on your team?
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If not, you are missing out on a major opportunity!
Low propensity and undecided voters are notoriously hard to reach. Your campaign budget probably includes TV, digital display, and social media ads all targeted at this group. That’s great … you should keep doing that!
But the only way to SHARE your sound and video … AND engage voters in a conversation about what they’ve seen is through peer to peer text messaging.
Here at CampaignHQ, we don’t just specialize in sending out peer to peer text messages (although I admit we’re pretty great at it!)
We specialize in having conversations that communicate your message and drive results.
We recently spoke with a Congressional candidate whose district includes six different DMA’s. In some markets, this candidate would be advertising to an audience where 80% of the viewers live outside the district.
Based on previous campaigns, we estimated that it would cost well over $1,000,000 to reach his target universe with enough frequency to register awareness.
However, we could text the people in his target universe 14 times for less than 20% of that, sharing a variety of messages including sound and video, and having an interactive conversation to find out what those voters think.
This would enable the candidate to capture information about individual voters, their candidate and issue preferences. In fact, this could even replace part of his ID and turnout budget.
Just think you’ve spent a lot of your hard won campaign cash producing GREAT video content. Don’t you want every voter to see it?
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We recently lost a dear member of our CampaignHQ family.
Liz Allison had been with our CHQ family for four years. Her caring and giving spirit was demonstrated each and every day.
When someone needed something, it was not unusual for Liz to come through for them. We will miss our Friday lunches, where Liz always delivered amazing food. Her love for art and crafts was seen in the beautiful way she decorated her work space. Her love for her co-workers and friends was seen in more ways than we could ever say.