Yes, they are being political. I am not.
Postcards to Voters organizes tabletop activists to send postcards to voters in support of one of the major political parties in the USA.
Their premise is that the personal touch will move the voting needle their way.
This is not such a new idea. Back in the early 1980s, I wrote a Letter to an Editor of some newspaper somewhere after reading a piece about a doctor at jeopardy for performing an abortion (or many abortions) (don't remember).
Someone who read my letter sent me a hand-written letter, accompanied by color photographs of aborted fetuses, including one memorable image of multiple fetuses in a garbage pail.
You think you like the personal touch? As always, be careful what you wish for.
You think you want postcards back in the mainstream of American Life? Ditto.https://postcardstovoters.org
... Postcards to Votershttps://www.nytimes.com/2018/11/01/...ections.html
... Writing Postcards Brings Voters Back From the Edge: 'It's Sharpie Therapy'