A direct mail piece designed by Montclair-based political consultants Henry de Koninck and Matthew Krayton, owners of Publitics Political, has been nominated for two Reed Awards for his work in opposition to a 2018 school referendum in Camden.
Camden voters rejected the referendum by a 61%-39% margin.
The mailer, which was done for the New Jersey Education Association, is a finalist for best mailer in a ballot initiative, and his “Vote No” logo is a finalist for Best Logo & Branding for a political action committee or organization.
The Reed Awards are named after Campaigns & Elections founder Stanley Foster Reed. Along with the Pollies, they are considered the most prestigious awards available for political consultants.
Winners will be announced at the Reed Awards dinner in San Antonio in February.DeKoninck Camden 2018