Election & Voting

National Election Day - November 3, 2020

Promotional products for presidential, state and local government elections. Promote voting in your community with fun handouts and giveaways Bring out the vote in your community.
12 items found
Vote Lollipop with Imprinted Stick
Vote Lollipop with Imprinted Stick
ITEM: FD0161
As low as $0.12
Vote Buttons
Vote Buttons
ITEM: LP1470
As low as $0.37
Elect Lollipop with Imprinted Stick
Elect Lollipop with Imprinted Stick
ITEM: FD0169
As low as $0.12
Election Party Buttons
Election Party Buttons
ITEM: LP1469
As low as $0.37
I Voted Lapel Pin
I Voted Lapel Pin
ITEM: LP1752
As low as $1.75
American Flag Chocolate Bar
American Flag Chocolate Bar
ITEM: FD0187
As low as $1.65
I Voted Stickers
I Voted Stickers
ITEM: ED1526
As low as $11.85
I Voted Buttons
I Voted Buttons
ITEM: LP1471
As low as $0.37
Your Vote Counts Buttons
Your Vote Counts Buttons
ITEM: LP1468
As low as $0.37
Do Your Part & Vote Coloring Book
Do Your Part & Vote Coloring Book
ITEM: ED1527
As low as $0.47
Custom Ribbons
Custom Ribbons
ITEM: LP1192
As low as $0.25
Round Satin Lapel Stickers - 2-1/2"
Round Satin Lapel Stickers - 2-1/2"
ITEM: OF1262
As low as $0.07

Election Day Giveaways

Election Day is an event that represents our rights and duties as Americans. Promotional items can be used to support campaigns of political candidates, to promote voter registration or to educate students. From buttons to candy bars, custom election items deliver a message of democracy and the power of voting.

Traditional election campaigns always feature a number of promotional items. Banners, fliers, custom buttons, pins and other custom printed items will carry the names of candidates as well as their political party affiliations. Decorating fundraiser events and town hall style speeches, political candidates, from local politicians to presidential hopefuls.

Educators can raise awareness of what elections mean to us as well as how to vote in classrooms throughout the country. Teaching students and in some cases parents about voting creates a culture of knowledge and empowers citizens to make a difference on Election Day. Voter registration drives can be promoted 'with custom election giveaways, raising the number of people who vote in all communities.