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Effective campaign visuals are a specialty of Element L Design. We have experience developing and producing campaign materials for U.S. Senate and House races, Governor, Attorneys General, State Auditor, Secretary of State, Superintendent of Public Instruction, State Senate and House races, Judges, Commissioners, School Boards, Ballot Initiatives and more.
ELD offers specially-priced "campaign packages" to get your candidate announced and in the races. Depending on the complexity, budget and profile of the race, our packages range from a well-crafted campaign logo to comprehensive kits including yard signs, pamphlets, direct-mail literature, press kits, road signs, donation envelopes, bumperstickers, lapel pins, shirts, convention banners, candidate websites and blog ads.
Contact Element L to learn about our package pricing. We can build you a campaign kit á la carte for the materials you need.
ELD is an authorized dealer and print broker for campaign materials. We'll save you the time and expense to get great prices from local and national union-made campaign material vendors and union print shops. Your campaign materials will feature imprinted union bugs from Allied Printer associations and the AFL-CIO.
Element L Design offers professional print and web graphic design for businesses and organizations.
We specialize in visual excellence for political campaigns, music and arts promotion, and non-profit organizations that seek to improve communities, education, health, and the environment.
Element L wins awards: I was honored to receive a "Four Paws" award from the Lewis & Clark Humane Society in recognition of my contributions to their mission.
As art director of Montana Outdoors magazine, we were recently awarded Second Place by the Association for Conservation Information. This was our fifth First or Second Place in the last five years!
The Montana Department of Justice was awarded Best Consumer Outreach for "Safe in YourSpace," a cybersafety website designed by Element L Design. Attorney General Mike McGrath accepted the award at the Conference of Western Attorneys General at Seattle.