5 brands that are going all-in on election year

by Shareen Pathak
Election season isn’t just time for candidates to get out there, but brands, too. With political engagement at its peak, politically themed messages can stand out. Many brands don’t want to advertise around political news, lest they become associated with a polarizing topic like immigration or religion.Read the full article

Captain Obvious Runs For President – Texas

A message from Captain Obvious as he runs through Texas. Visit http://CaptainObviousRunsForPresident.com to follow his run. Supported by http://Hotels.com The Obvious Choice


Reach Across the Aisle

From the capital to the campaign trail, political partisanship and a contentious election make disagreement feel like the new normal. It is clear that the country is divided. Or is it? Can compromises be made for the greater good? See what happens when unsuspecting JetBlue customers are tasked with putting aside personal differences to reach across the aisle.


“Announcement” | ZOE FOR PRESIDENT

Zoe is running for president. Well, she might…some day. That’s if she gets the opportunities she needs to reach her full potential, opportunities like early education, childcare, mentorship, college prep and more. These are just some of the programs and support the Y provides all kids throughout their lives. Learn more about the Y’s quest to build a better us at http://ZoeForPresident.net.