Campaign Materials

Below are examples of successful campaign materials.

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Yes For Seattle

Yes For Seattle

Seattle, WA 2014. Seattle successfully went back to the ballot box this fall with a city-wide version of the spring county-wide transit funding measure. The new funding will expand transit service within the city limits.

More Buses

More Buses

Ann Arbor and Ypsilanti, MI 2014. Ann Arbor and Ypsilanti successfully passed a measure in May to fund the Ann Arbor Area Transportation Authority five-year transit improvement plan. Voters approved an additional transit millage to generate the additional $5.4 million required to increase AAATA service by 71%. (Door Hanger PDF)

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Let's Go Austin

Let's Go Austin

Austin, TX 2014. Proposition 1 would have been the first step in a new rail transit system plan to connect Austin's suburbs and central city neighborhoods to downtown and the airport. Austinites did not approve the $1 billion bond, $600 million of which would have funded urban rail and design future phases of rail projects.

Friends of Mountain Line

Friends of Mountain Line

Missoula, MT 2013.

Save Our Bus Service

Save Our Bus Service

Clark County, WA 2011. This mailer warned voters of the consequences of failing to pass the 0.2% transit sales tax.

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C-Tran Keeps People and Economy Moving

C-Tran Keeps People and Economy Moving

Clark County, WA 2011. This mailer reminds voters of the economic benefits of transit investment.

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Some of Us Ride it, All of Us Need It

Some of Us Ride it, All of Us Need It

St. Louis County, MO 2010.

YES for Rail Now

YES for Rail Now

Honolulu, HI 2008.

Vote Against Repeal

Vote Against Repeal

Mecklenburg County, NC (Charlotte) 2007.

TV Ads

Greenlight Pinellas

Pinellas County, FL 2014. Pinellas County residents failed to approve the Greenlight Pinellas plan and a switch from the current property tax to a one cent sales tax to fund the plan which includes expanded bus service and a new light rail line in 2014.

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"Calculated Approach"

Atlanta, GA 2012. A television ad from the Metro Atlanta Voter Education Network (MAVEN) to educate commuters about the cost of Atlanta's notorious traffic congestion.

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Yes on Measure J

Los Angeles, CA 2012.

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"Imagine the Possibilities"

Jackson County, MO 2012. A KCRTA transit education commercial.

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Moving Community Forward

Grand Rapids, MI 2011. This video promotes the benefits of transit to the local community without advocating for a specific measure.

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"I love transit!"

St. Louis, MO 2010. Leaders from academia, the business community and local professional sports teams declare their support for transit investment.

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Hitchhiker

St. Louis, MO 2010. The importance of transit for a wide variety of community members is explained in this quirky ad.

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Interception

Mecklenburg County, NC (Charlotte) 2007. Carolina Panthers President Mark Richardson meets with former player Mike Minter to discuss the importance of a Vote Against Repeal.

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"We Never Talked"

Mecklenburg County, NC (Charlotte) 2007. Former Charlotte Mayors Harvey Gantt and Mayor Richard Vinroot discuss their mutual support for transit investment.

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King of the Road

Salt Lake City, UT 2007. Great ad highlights the benefits of transit investment for non-riders.

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Radio

Let's Go Austin- General Ad

Austin, TX 2014. Proposition 1 would have been the first step in a new rail transit system plan to connect Austin's suburbs and central city neighborhoods to downtown and the airport. Austinites did not approve the $1 billion bond, $600 million of which would have funded urban rail and design future phases of rail projects.

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Let's Go Austin- Voicemail Ad

Austin, TX 2014. Proposition 1 would have been the first step in a new rail transit system plan to connect Austin's suburbs and central city neighborhoods to downtown and the airport. Austinites did not approve the $1 billion bond, $600 million of which would have funded urban rail and design future phases of rail projects.

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"There are certain things a community does for its citizens."

Mecklenburg County, NC (Charlotte) 2007. Local leaders champion a Vote Against Repeal. Ad features the voices of: Harvey Gantt, Former Mayor of Charlotte James Mitchell, Charlotte City Council Member Dorothy Waddy, President of West Boulevard Neighborhood Association

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