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Information at Hand, Palm Card
Green Party of Maricopa County, Ariz.

What’s not to love? An introductory, leave-behind, educational card created for volunteers tabling, pounding the pavement, canvassing, knocking on doors, and checking-in with amicable voters.

The practical card helps voters sign up for the Permanant Early Voting List, (PEVL) and learn about Green Party positions and candidates. Web site, contact, and social media information rounds out its value.

Message: Educate yourself. Get involved. Vote!


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clean candidate logo image

Stamp-Like, Custom Logo Graphic
lifting words with a visual

We cannot change a corrupt election system by accepting its money. Few can claim to be an Arizona Citizens Clean Elections Commission, (CCEC) candidate. It’s a powerful position to occupy. It speaks volumes.

Linda Patterson is a clean candidate. Her campaign is free of big money interests that can adversely influence politics. It is funded only by small donations from individuals and limited funding from CCEC—because Linda works for The People, only.

Message: Honest, hard-working people deserve honest, hard-working representation.


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, to use their power for good.

Human Rights for All
Resistors group postcard

For years, little has changed on this postcard reminder to our reps.

The United States must end child detention, now. We are behaving poorly when we mistreat asylees, including depriving them of vaccines and not preventing the spread of COVID-19/variants and Inflenza. Research has revealed detained children suffer long-lasting psychological trauma. We must do better.

Message: Reps, hear our voice. Use your power for good and treat everybody with respect.



Photo of multiple yellow vest action protesters as Find Your EDGE button


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Reforming Election Finance by Example
Educational, tri-fold brochure mailer

Q. How does an Arizona Citizens Clean Elections Commission candidate reach voters during a global pandemic?

A. Connect with voters where they are—at home. Chunked, dialed-in content addressing voters’ top six concerns as part of an easy-to-consume presentation fits the purpose.

Precise planning and execution landed this brochure in voters’ mailboxes on the same day with ballots.

Message: Vote clean candidate, Linda Patterson for Arizona State Senate. She’s leading change by being the change.

Download the Meet Patterson .pdf, brochure mailer.


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boondoggle graphic image

Boomers Weighed-In
Proposal to amend City of Phoenix Charter

Years ago, a City of Phoenix Councilman demeaningly labeled the Light Rail transportation system a boondoggle. Parroting, his Boomer fans clamored about not wanting any stinkin’ boondoggles. Even so, voters spoke multiple times in multiple elections demanding Light Rail. Lines were completed, operating, and expanding.

Enter Proposition 105—funded by out of state oil industry money—the latest scheme to permanently end in-progress and future Light Rail projects. The same councilman, pushing for amendment, unconstitutionally blocked opposing comments from his popular government Facebook page. Still, the graphic made its rounds on social media.

Voter confusion, in part led to defeat Prop 105. Honoring commitments to civil servants including first responders defeated Prop 106.

Message: Labels can have adverse effects.


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Postcartd image of Arizona Senators’ Kelly and Sinema names spelled using firearms

Who Will Stand for Life?
Resistors group postcards

No passes for United States Senators who sell-out peoples’ lives. Funding endless war and taking money from weapons manufacturers must stop, now. Bold graphics demand Mark Kelly and Kyrsten Sinema proactively work to prevent mass murder—at home and abroad.

Message: Senators, hear our voice. We want to be able to spell your names without guns.


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