The Importance of the Envelope in Voting at Home
Play • 23 min

Whether it’s called vote-at-home, absentee voting, or vote by mail, the voting process has received increased attention as states and localities wrestle with running an election in the year of COVID-19. Join us at Brook Spaulding, Market Development Manager for W+D (Winkler + Dünnebier),  walks us through the importance of the envelope in voting by mail, current trends and how something as simple as the envelope does a lot of heavy lifting in the mailing process. 

You Don’t Want to Miss:

  • Demand for equipment that processes vote by mail or absentee ballots
  • Benefits of voting at home
  • How a unique ballot travels through the mail system. 
  • Best practices to consider for envelope design, paper and processing. 

Quotes from this Episode: 

“I like the term vote at home. I think that really communicates what's happening and States in the US have been doing that for years and years. The trends are clear and a lot more personalized content makes it more relevant.” Brook Spaulding, Market Development Manager, W+D 

“In terms of avoiding mistakes, it’s really important to remember quality in, quality out. This is not the time to skimp on raw materials and you want ballots to lay flat and you want everything to be legible, printable and foldable.” Brook Spaulding, Market Development Manager, W+D

Resources:

Make sure you hit SUBSCRIBE so you don’t miss out on any of the latest resources, tips and trends from Domtar Paper. 

And, if you enjoyed this episode, please leave us a rating and a review? Thanks! 

 

 

More episodes
Search
Clear search
Close search
Google apps
Main menu