With many offices heading into blackouts in December, it’s a great time to review what your office can and can’t do during a blackout. Here’s a quick summary of the Franking Blackout Rules and how they affect your office.
A communications blackout doesn't mean your office has to stay silent.
A communications blackout does not mean that your office has to be completely silent for three months. In fact, it's quite the opposite. Blackout periods are a great opportunity for Members to meaningfully communicate with constituents, both individually and in larger groups. Here are some ways that your office can stay vocal during a blackout.
As we head into Q4 of 2019, it’s time to start thinking about the end of this year and the beginning of the next. As some Congressional offices start preparing for blackouts and others get ready to spend their end of year funds, it’s time to think about how your office can put its best foot forward for 2020. Read below for everything your office needs for another successful year.