With the 2015 local elections behind us, countdown to a visible, high-stakes election year has begun. Not only will we elect a new President of the United States in 2016, Minnesotans will also cast their votes for United States Representatives, Minnesota Senate and House members, and local officials.
During high-profile election years, many organizations create opportunities to engage and educate employees about politics and government and encourage them to become more civically active. Both employers and employees can benefit from a civically educated and engaged workplace.
Interest in politics and government peaks during Presidential election years, so now is an ideal time to engage your employees. This is especially true in Minnesota where our 2012 voter turnout led the nation at 74.6%.
Goff Public has assisted Minnesota employers in developing unique civic engagement programs to meet a variety of company goals. Now is the time to build upon your employees’ civic spirit. To learn more, contact Heidi Larson.