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FFRF’s ‘Secular values voters’ ad blitz a success

The Freedom From Religion Foundation was all over the country on billboards and in newspapers during the Fourth of July weekend.

FFRF’s timely and vital national “I’m Secular and I vote” ad campaign began that first weekend in July and will finish around Constitution Day, Sept. 17. (FFRF had the wrong date in the previous issue.)

FFRF featured one member per state (or couples, in some cases) in full-page ads in daily newspapers in state capitals on July 3. 

Companion billboards also went up in those cities. To hit larger metropolitan areas, FFRF also had ads in Portland, Ore., Philadelphia and Chicago, and The New York Times.

Each ad features the photo of a local FFRF member, most taken in front of their state Capitol building, and a description about them. 

The ad encourages secular voters to join FFRF. It also links to the results of FFRF’s impressive secular values voter survey. (ffrf.org/valuesvoter)

FFRF thanks participants and donors to its advertising fund for making possible this campaign. 

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