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San Francisco, California Breaking Battlegrounds, a well-known multi-market radio show, and podcast, has announced a collaboration with Dot Vote and Dot Voto aimed at promoting civic engagement and education among its audience of educated and civic-minded listeners. The collaboration will involve radio commercials, public opinion surveys, and social media ads providing reliable information about candidates, policy issues, and political campaigns.
Dot Vote and Dot Voto are dedicated to providing a space on the internet where voters can find useful information about candidates, policy issues, and political campaigns. By using these domains, campaigns can create an easily recognizable internet space for voters to find reliable information regarding elected officials and candidates seeking public office at all levels.
For instance, using a domain that allows a candidate to use their first and last name makes it easier for voters to look up their website and learn more about their positions and background. Furthermore, with Hispanic voters comprising almost 15% of all eligible voters, it’s important to have a Spanish-language website with the dot Voto domain that provides information in their primary language at home.
Breaking Battlegrounds, which reaches an average of 530,000 listeners per week, is excited to partner with Dot Vote and Dot Voto to help promote civic engagement and education. The show features national opinion leaders who discuss politics, culture, and policies that influence our day-to-day lives.
“We are thrilled to partner with Dot Vote and Dot Voto for the next year to provide our listeners with reliable information and a clearer path to learn more about the candidates and policies affecting our communities,” said a host of Breaking Battlegrounds. “We are excited to have this opportunity to increase civic engagement and provide our listeners with more reliable information than ever before.”
Breaking Battlegrounds is proud to have hosted notable guests such as Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, Governor Asa Hutchinson, Governor Joe Lombardo, Senator Marco Rubio, Senator Mike Lee, Lieutenant Governor Jeanette Nunez, Larry Elder, and Dennis Prager.
For more information about Dot Vote and Dot Voto, visit their website. For more information about Breaking Battlegrounds and their upcoming episodes, please visit their website or social media pages.
Organization: Dot Vote
Contact Person: Dot Vote
Contact Number: 8663684636
Address: San Francisco, California, United States
City: San Francisco
Country: United States
Domain Registrar,Dot Vote