Your voter engagement team will be a most valued partner. Ask your PSN advisor to send you the entire list of what you MUST know before trusting any resource.
Everyone hanging out a shingle labeling themselves a “campaign consultant” is basically a services broker providing advice on how a campaign should spend their money. Most “consultants” get paid by their candidate client and also mark up the additional services.
That’s not to say or even imply that this is unfair. Some of these consultants are excellent and their time is worth every dollar your campaign invests but the great majority are start-ups themselves and it’s often difficult to know which you are dealing with.
From a legacy standpoint, the network PSN includes 7 subject matter experts with experience in over 300 campaigns. We offer an entirely free 15 minutes consult that every campaign seeking both services and advice should take the time for.
Our network includes one of the most respected market research resources in America, one with corporate and political experience for nearly 4 decades. Our multi-lingual staff and national presence suggests that we should be the most expensive but since we rarely work through brokers, your campaign literally cuts out the middleman.
PSN does not offer every possible service since many have nothing at all to do with a candidate actually getting elected.
Our 2 contacts is bettie than one process enables your campaign to reach more voters, more persuasivly. Let us explain this to you and your campaign. We combine this with live calls and live messages to landlines to maximize your voter outreach as the lowest possible cost. We organize your volunteers to engage with your voters with the most intuitive canvassing software in the business linked to the respected data resources. This is true “Voter Engagement” at every level.
We utilize and best political data available and provide it at the most reasonable cost. You will know when you ask for a quote.
Robocalls are very cheap but can legally only apply to landlines phone numbers. There are not enough of these in most states to influence an outcome but there should be an option for averaging costs.