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Free Design Templates for Political Postcards

Are you in a rush to mail your campaign postcards? Our design team prepared these print-ready postcard design templates. Just tweak a template to suit your branding and we’ll handle the rest!

Persuade More Voters With Political Postcards

If you think sending out postcards is an outdated tradition, you may want to re-consider. Despite the prevalence of digital marketing tactics in every election campaign strategy, political postcards remain a staple for several reasons:

Postcards are straightforward. Postcards are usually mailed without an envelope, allowing the receiver to spot it instantly in a pile of unopened letters. And because it’s usually just a single piece of cardstock, the content is easy-to-digest by design – no blocks of text to skim, no collage of photos to zoom in.

Here at, you can choose from different USPS-approved cardstocks and sizes. We also prepared professionally designed templates, so you don’t have to break a sweat trying to come up with an eye-catching artwork.

Postcards are easy to track. Another great thing about postcards is you know exactly whether they served their purpose or not. You can easily check whether your mailing lists generated any new leads. If you can’t decide on a single design, you can send out different versions in small batches to determine which one is most effective. Don’t know where to start? Our direct mail services include:

  • ✔ Processing one mailing list
  • ✔ Duplication removal
  • ✔ CASS certification
  • ✔ Inkjet addressing
  • ✔ Pre-sorting and delivery to USPS

All you need to do is place your order and we will take care of the rest!

Postcards work. You can easily find case studies online that prove how postcard campaigns helped increase voter turnout and win close elections more than traditional election marketing tactics such as cold calls and door-to-door visits did. With a clear goal and a well-crafted message, you can use postcards to your advantage, too.

Frequently Asked Questions About Political Postcards