4 ways to save on voter information cards
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Our friends who work for Ontario municipalities are starting to think about printing voter notification cards.
Getting us all to make our “X” in the ballot box this fall (see more about this in the 2014 Voter’s Guide for Municipal and School Elections) means municipalities will shortly be printing and mailing voter notification cards1 – I’ve personally never worked for a municipal government, but I expect managing printing and mailing of voter information cards has to be done as well as regular work, not instead of.
So, let’s make it a little easier with a few tips:
1 – Save on returned mail, by getting your data cleaned before mailing.
2 – Save postage costs, by making your cards eligible for machinable mail discounts.
3 – Save printing costs, by printing as many cards per sheet as possible.
And a bonus tip: Save the environment, by using FSC-certified (Forest Stewardship Council-certified) paper and a waterless printing process to meet extra-high environmental standards.
That’s four ways to save. Have you got others — post them to our LinkedIn page on this topic. Want to find out more?
Call or email me – Steve Falk
289-802-0584 (until 8PM EST and on Saturdays)