Political Buttons: worked for Lincoln, gonna work for you

Fun trivia: what does every winning presidential candidate in the history of the United States have in common? Answer: Campaign buttons!

Okay, yes, the losing candidates also used them, but we’re pretty sure buttons gave the winners the edge.

Political buttons have come a long way, but they’re one of the few tools that savvy political campaigners have used for over 227 years. There are good reasons they’ve stood the test of time: pinback buttons are inexpensive, fast to produce and come in infinite numbers of designs to suit different campaign messages.

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Photo by Mathew Brady – Library of Congress, Public Domain, Wikimedia Commons

There’s also something wonderfully democratic about pinback buttons. They’re not a TV ad – a message sent by the campaign to passive viewers – they’re a message distributed only via public support. The more lapels your candidate adorns – the more credibility she appears to have in the eyes of undecided voters.

If you’re running a campaign, you know you need some buttons. You probably needed them yesterday. You also need them to look sharp. They should show you as a professional campaign that should be taken seriously.

That’s where we come in.


One of our campaign templates – ready for your name! Our love for Leslie Knope is gonna need to be a whole ‘nother blog.

We’re fast. You get your buttons in less than a week, as quickly as overnight if needed. We offer professional graphic design and a number of great templates to choose from. You just have to describe your idea and we’ll do the rest.

Since you’re campaigning to make our country stronger, you should know that all of our parts and presses are made in the USA. Our buttons are printed and pressed in Topeka, Kansas.

How can we help you? Give us a call today to find out.


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