Election Campaigns

When a state has an opportunity to make a big gain — or suddenly needs to defend past advances — many launch community-wide communications campaigns.

In the right moment, equipping the community to make the case for early childhood can make the difference. Fact sheets. Tool kits. Bumper stickers. Talking points. Social media posts. Many advocacy organizations develop communications campaigns to help families speak up for early childhood. 

In this resource center, you’ll find examples of campaigns developed for state early childhood advocacy.

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