- President Barack Obama – 2008, 2012
- Dick Gephardt for President
- John Kerry for President (DNC I.E.)
- Bill Richardson for President
In 2014, because of the Republican wave across most of the country, Democrats only won four out of 14 “toss up” gubernatorial campaigns (as ranked by Real Clear Politics). We produced the advertising for two of the four Democratic wins – Governor John Hickenlooper’s re-election in Colorado and Governor Gina Raimondo’s open seat win in Rhode Island. Governor Raimondo’s victory included coming from behind to win the Democratic nomination in a tough three-way primary. We also helped U.S. Senator Tom Udall and State Auditor Tim Keller win their campaigns in New Mexico. In all, we won four statewide campaigns in 2014 – a winning record that set us apart in a very difficult year.
In 2012, we produced the advertising for Heidi Heitkamp’s surprise U.S. Senate win in North Dakota – a victory The Washington Post called “amazing.” As members of the Obama Media Team, we created the widely heralded “47 Percent” television ad that the Los Angeles Times and Politico called “the best” TV ad of the year. And we were proud to produce winning re-election advertising for U.S. Senators Ben Cardin in Maryland and Bob Casey in Pennsylvania. We also helped elect six new U.S. Representatives with our work for the House Majority PAC.
In 2010, despite a national Republican wave that swept the country, we were proud to help John Hickenlooper win the governorship of Colorado and Andrew Cuomo win the governorship of New York. We also produced the winning campaign media for Attorney General Kamala Harris in California, as well as helping seven congressional incumbents defend their seats.
In 2008, in addition to our service on the Obama for America campaign, we also helped Mark Begich unseat 40-year incumbent U.S. Senator Ted Stevens in Alaska. We produced the advertising that helped Tom Udall win the open U.S. Senate seat in New Mexico, and Governor Brian Schweitzer of Montana win re-election with 65% of the vote. We also produced winning independent expenditure advertising for the DCCC in seven of their most highly-targeted congressional races.
We are particularly proud of our record in difficult-to- win states for Democrats. In 2002, despite a Republican tide sweeping across the country, we helped elect Governor Phil Bredesen in Tennessee and Governor Brad Henry in Oklahoma. The New York Times called Brad Henry’s surprise upset over Hall of Fame football player-turned-Congressman Steve Largent "one of the biggest Democratic upsets."