We’ve written before about how texting could be used for political campaigns. You could use it for voter registration, voting day reminders, or even to set up a text hotline to get real-time feedback on what’s going on at polling places.
But now we can add a new texting use case to the list: attack ads.
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The city of Evanston, Ill. has worked with OneReach to provide residents with the ability to check the health inspection scores of local restaurants over text.
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Can you text your city? You could if you lived in Evanston, Ill.
Just north of Chicago, Evanston is one of the most tech-savvy cities in the country. Ever since they launched long code texting a couple of months ago, they’ve been able to reach out to community members as well as allow the community to reach out to their city.
Luke Stowe, digital services coordinator at the City of Evanston, spoke with OneReach to talk about how texting is transforming their community outreach efforts.