Abortion Unknowns, Mass Transit, Digital Ads and More

Posted on June 29, 2022

Community Schools Resolution: This resolution promotes community schools in order to improve student achievement by providing services and programs that address out-of-school barriers to learning. The Community Schools Resolution can be adjusted to apply to states, cities, counties, towns or school boards.

How to turn abortion into a wedge issue: Pundits and optimists believe the abortion issue will energize Democrats in upcoming elections. Well, it should. But it’s not going to happen without a lot of legwork from progressives at the state and local levels. For an action plan, read the latest IdeaLog, our blog intended to raise eyebrows and engage minds.

Digital advertising in 2022: Joe Corbe of 1631 Digital discusses options for online advertising, especially for small campaigns, in this Campaigns and Elections podcast.

Mass transit at a fiscal cliff: Mass transit ridership remains depressed, so revenue is down. During COVID, revenues were supplemented with billions in federal aid. But as Governing Magazine points out, federal money is running out and there’s a fiscal cliff coming.

The advantages and disadvantages of direct mail: There is plenty of evidence that well-crafted direct mail works. CN4 Partners discusses seven advantages and five disadvantages of political mail.

Many legal unknowns because abortion is no longer protected: Can individuals be prosecuted for an out-of-state abortion? Can they get abortion pills through the mail? Can others be prosecuted for helping, even people who are out-of-state? These questions and more are addressed in our latest Repro Rights Report.