"Public opinion in this country is everything…He who molds public sentiment goes deeper than he who enacts statutes or pronounces decisions. He makes statutes and decisions possible or impossible to be executed,” said Abraham Lincoln in 1863."
Lincoln’s words remain true today.
A winning candidate must project the right image, boost a clear, effective and well-articulated message, and adopt a campaign strategy reflecting unambiguous goals. Munisupport offers a comprehensive approach to political consulting to help you achieve that goal. We assist candidates with campaign and communication strategy, issue research and message development, traditional and digital political media, and political image development.
Munisupport approach enhances a political campaign's overall strategic goals by assuring the allocation of organizational and financial resources in the most efficient and productive manner. Our political consultants' advice is unbiased and not blindly driven by profit. Your success is our success.
Our team of skilled writers is ready to draft and shape eye-catching op-eds, blog posts, letters to the editor, speeches and social media content-the building blocks of a successful communications strategy.
We help political candidates to articulate their story in a way that persuades and moves, and then we work to develop messaging, talking points, and briefing materials to tell it with impact.
Our eye-catching political advertising doesn't just get read—it gets remembered. By delivering our client's story straight to the people who need to be won over.
Website Design and Management - Our digital team is on the cutting edge of interactive campaigning. We create static and eye-opening rich media ads, helping politicians and political action committees to reach their constituents.
Print Literature - Our eye-catching political literature and sign advertising doesn't just get read— it gets remembered.
The purpose of every piece of campaign literature is to educate voters, guiding them to the proper answer to a simple question... Why should I vote for you? Here are some ways in which campaign literature can help you do that.
Build visibility and name recognition
Provide a personal introduction to voters
Publicize candidate's position on targeted issues
Offer comparisons with opponent
Recruit active supporters and volunteers
Our team makes sure you're on all the right channels and reaching all of your key audiences.
Social media management
Twitter is a free social networking microblogging service that allows registered members to broadcast short posts called tweets. Twitter members can broadcast tweets and follow other users' tweets by using multiple platforms and devices. Tweets and replies to tweets can be sent by cell phone text message, desktop client or by posting at the Twitter.com website. This is President Trump's favorite communication tool.
Circles are like categories for your connections, so that you can share updates selectively with different groups. Examples of such groups might include family, friends, office colleagues and people that you share a particular interest with. Circles may be discrete or have overlap, so that, for example, someone you work with who’s also in your book club will get updates for both groups. Users outside a circle can see a list of member names but not the name of the circle.
We design and implement campaigns that move people to action, identify and engage influencers and leverage every communications channel to advance critical issues and legislation.
Writing and editing
The Latino community is not monolithic. Although Latinos share similarities, they also experience differences. Attitudes and opinions among Latino voters may be shaped by their country of origin and/or region of residence, as well as other key demographic characteristics. Munisupport's role in a campaign is to translate the variance in Latinos’ attitudes and opinions in a manner that offers each segment of the community a unique and resonating message.
We have skilled professional translators who can work in specific communities, such as the Mexican American, Central American and Puerto Rican communities, or in general Spanish.