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Political Voice Overs Web Page Now Available!

By Stephanie Ciccarelli

December 2, 2007

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Democrats RepublicansWe said it was coming!

Check out the new political voice overs page on Voices.com.

As was mentioned in the VoiceOver Insider this December, the political voice over demos web page at Voices.com is now available to peruse!

There three categories, including Republican voice overs, Democratic voice overs, and generic political voice over demos.

If you're looking to hire voice actors for your political campaign or are a staffer who has been set to the task of finding a voice talent, there are twenty distinct voiceover talent to choose from.

Visit the Elections page to hear a diverse samples of political voice over demos.

To learn more about any of the professionals listed, simply click on their names to review resume information and listen to addition voice samples.

If you like what you hear, there is an option to hire them directly on their websites.

Thank you to those who participated!

Best wishes,


©©©iStockphoto.com/Michael McDonald



    Guess I missed something! How do we submit our political demos for this section?


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      Hi Melanie,

      You can send me your demo for inclusion to stephanie@voices.com.

      The official deadline to receive the political demos for the US 2008 election is December 31, 2007. We will add demos to the list until that date.



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