Voting season is coming right up. No matter their political persuasion, voters continue to give their vote of confidence to local newspapers for their news and information. Our readers are active, thoughtful citizens who contribute to our community. They have a strong interest in our government on a local, regional and national level.

If you are involved in political advertising, you know that the Daily Camera is your one-stop marketing headquarters to help you reach your constituency in print, mail and online. We offer full-service, traditional direct mail; behavioral and geo-targeted digital advertising and opt-in e-mail marketing.

In addition, the 2017 Voter Guide will publish on Sunday, Oct. 15 in the Longmont Times-
Call and Broomfield Enterprise, timed with the mailing of ballots that go out on Monday, Oct. 16.
• 86% of voters in the last local election received their news from local media print editions and digital news sites.
• Over 80 percent of voters are regular newspaper readers in print and online.
• Levels of engagement are also high with young voters.

Local media outscores other media for being reliable and accurate in local civic and political issues. Put the power of the Prairie Mountain Media Group to work for your campaign. Call 303.473.1400 to learn more.