Current &
Past Clients

We’ve had the privilege to partner with some of the most exciting and high-profile candidates and organizations in the country. Here is a partial listing:

Allard for Senate (CO)
American Medical Association
Americans for the High Frontier
Ashcroft for Senate (MO)
Ann Wagner for Congress
Associated Builders and Contractors
Bauer for President
Bill Haslam for Governor (TN)

Brad Wenstrup for Congress (OH)
Branstad for Governor Committee (IA)
Brett Guthrie for Congress (KY)
Bush/Quayle ’88 & ’92
Campaign for Working Families
Catholic Advocate
Chiefs of Police National Drug Task Force
Christian Coalition
Citizens for a Sound Economy
Common Sense Issues Inc.
Coverdell Good Government Committee

Darrow for U.S. Senate (TX)
David Vitter for Senate (LA)
Dole for President ’96
E.J. Pipkin for U.S. Senate (MD)
Fitzgerald for Senate (IL)

Gerlach for U.S. Congress (PA)
Heartland Values PAC

Indiana Republican Party

Inhofe for Senate (OK)
Iowa Republican Party
Jack Kingston for Senate (GA)
Jack Ryan for Senate (IL)
Jim Bunning for Senate (KY)
Joe Coors for Congress (CO)
John Shimkus for Congress (IL)

John Warner for Senate (VA)
Jon Kyl for Senate (AZ)

Lamar Alexander for Senate (TN)
Mark Sanford for Governor (SC)

National Republican Senatorial Committee
Nethercutt for Senate (WA)
New York Republican State Committee
Nickles for Senate (OK)
Ohio Republican Party
Oklahoma Republican Party
Phil Roe for Congress (TN)

Republican Party of Texas
Rick Lazio for Senate (NY)

Riordan for Governor (CA)
RNC Victory ’96, ’00 & ‘04
Rogan for Congress (CA)
Saxby Chambliss for Senate (GA)
Sessions for Senate (AL)
Shelley Moore Capito for U.S. Senate (WV)
Smith for Senate (NH)

Tennesseans for Dewhurst (TN)

Tennessee Right to Life
The Sensenbrenner Committee
Tim Walberg for Congress
Tom Kean Jr. for Senate (NJ)
Topinka for Governor (IL)

Van Hilleary for Governor (TN)
Washington Policy Center


Take a more in-depth look at some of our award-winning work.

Indiana Senate Majority Campaign Committee
Voter Contact Case Study

National Republican Senatorial Committee
Online Housefile