We are damned proud to have helped our clients on amazing races across the country. Below is a small selection of some of ads we produced in 2019.
“Democrat knocks off incumbent Kentucky governor in state Trump won by 30 points” – ABC News
In the closing week of the Kentucky gubernatorial campaign we helped influence voters through an independent expenditure (IE) for the United Association. We needed to communicate that Andy Beshear was the candidate who would truly look out for Kentuckians and their families. Despite Trump’s 30-point victory in Kentucky in 2016, Andy Beshear was able to overcome the long odds to win.
“Louisiana delivers Trump a black eye” – Politico
We helped the United Association communicate directly with working families to help re-elect John Bel Edwards governor of Louisiana and deliver a powerful message against the anti-union businessman Eddie Rispone.
Democrat wins big in Green Bay in a office held by a Republican mayor for the last 16 years.
In Eric Genrich’s successful campaign to become Green Bay’s next mayor we beta-tested new artificial intelligence (AI) technology to constantly find the best creative to deliver digitally to our targeted voters. We were running more than 100 pieces of display, video, and native creative at any given time on digital and social media. Our results, in some instances, were 18.75 times that of the industry benchmarks on key metrics.
Helping TriWest Healthcare Alliance thank veterans’ care providers
TriWest Healthcare wanted to make sure that the veteran service providers for the VA were given thanks for their hard work. We created a series of videos for them that relied on the best possible messengers they could have: Veterans.
A Ballot Measure WIN for Campaign Finance Reform in Albuquerque
In 2019, Albuquerque New Mexico had two competing ballot measures for campaign finance reform. The measure we were hired to help pass (Prop1) required a highly-targeted digital program to reach key voting blocks. The result? Despite Prop 2 failing, our campaign for Prop 1 was successful leading to a victory of a 57% yes vote.