One Vote. One Voice.


One Voice. One Vote.  United We Stand, Divided We Fall.

 

The Urban Voice, in conjunction with Unrelenting Media, Inc., will launch its “One Vote. One Voice.” voter engagement campaign,  Friday, November 1, 2019.    The campaign is designed as a multimedia campaign to increase awareness of the upcoming presidential caucus (February 22, 2020), as well as, local, state, and national elections happening throughout the course of the year.

 

Specifically, the objective of the “One Vote. One Voice.” voter engagement campaign is to increase voter participation in historically disenfranchised populations, as well as, communities of color throughout Southern Nevada.  

 

The “One Vote. One Voice” voter engagement campaign will be multimedia by design.  Print advertising will be on display in each edition of The Urban Voice, beginning with this month’s (see page 2).  An already significant social media presence (http://facebook.com/theurbanvoice) will be bolstered by additional ‘Sponsored Ads’ specifically designed to highlight this particular initiative. 

 

In addition, Unrelenting Media, Inc. has invested heavily in radio advertising with The People Station (KCEP 88.1FM in Las Vegas, Nevada) specifically to bolster this campaign.  Our print and radio campaigns will be further enhanced by video Public Service Announcements that will be produced by Unrelenting Media, Inc. for distribution via Facebook, Instagram, and YouTube (as well as individual distribution channels).      

 

If you are a business owner or candidate in the upcoming election cycle, the “One Vote. One Voice.” voter engagement campaign will offer you a unique opportunity to leverage our platform in order to heighten your profile in the community, while serving the community by raising its awareness of the issues.  If you would like to learn more, please reach out to me directly at (702) 306-2394.

 

For additional information on the “One Vote. One Voice.” voter engagement campaign, please visit our website at http://theurbanvoice.com and enter ‘One Vote. One Voice.” into the search bar.  Of course, if you don’t find the information you need, you may always elect to reach out to me directly at (702) 306-2394.

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