Democratic Political Consulting Firms

  • Why Do I Need Good Political Campaign Photography?

    Posted on March 19, 2018 by Sophie Thurber

    Political Campaign Photography Shoots Are Worth the Money

    Good political campaign photography is a must.

    Good political campaign photography is the cornerstone of a quality communications program. We’ve all seen bad political advertising. It’s a kind of bad that transcends the traditional meaning of the word. But it doesn’t have to be all European stock photos misused in Kentucky or stock photos of supposed endorsers (good grief, do NOT do this!). We can do better.

  • What Does a Campaign Pollster Do? | Political Research Firms

    Posted on October 20, 2016 by Joe Fuld

    What Does a Pollster Do?


  • Democratic Political Consulting Firms|Choose a Campaign Consultant

    Posted on September 29, 2016 by Joe Fuld

    The Insider's Guide to Hiring a Local or DC Based Campaign Consultant

    Picking top Democratic political consulting firms or any political consulting firm is not an easy decision. Having been through this process on both’ sides of the table it is clear that many folks who make this decision don’t really take the time to decide what they are looking for ahead of time.

    In the end, some folks are hiring based on solving a campaign problem, and will do focused outreach but often it seems folks are looking for a drinking buddy, not a strategic consultant. Hiring the right consultants cannot guarantee you a win but the wrong ones can guarantee you a loss.   Although many folks think political consultants are only focused on mass media (television, mail and digital), political consulting has a lot of specialties. Campaign consultants are located in Washington DC as well as across the country.  Campaign consultants provide services for anything a campaign may need including fundraising, opposition research, public opinion polling, field, and compliance. With the wide variety of campaign strategists and campaign firms out there, our first piece of advice is to take your time.

  • Does My Campaign Need Campaign Consultants?

    Posted on June 23, 2016 by Sophie Thurber

    Figure out when it makes sense to add campaign consultants to your team. 

  • Campaign Consultants: Do You Need Them for Your Political Campaign?

    Posted on June 16, 2016 by The Campaign Workshop

    Campaign consultants bring the knowledge, prowess, and skills to win

    Campaign consultants can bring a wide array of experience and expertise to any political candidate, whether it’s a small race or a big one.  Ask anyone running for Congress or any major office and they will tell you they have a team of campaign consultants surrounding them, guiding the way through their tough campaign.

  • Political Advertising Agency vs Traditional Advertising Agency

    Posted on May 05, 2016 by Joe Fuld

    What Is the Difference between a Political Advertising Agency and a Traditional Advertising Agency?

    As a political advertising agency, we work with campaigns and groups all over the country and it never fails that in many conversations, the candidate’s spouse uncle, cousin, works or has worked in advertising.  We sometimes compete with traditional advertising firms and I have had folks ask me the question what is the difference between a political advertising agency vs a traditional ad agency? The answer is a there are lots of differences. 

  • 10 Hard Questions You Should Ask Your Campaign Consultants

    Posted on April 21, 2016 by Joe Fuld

    Ask Your Campaign Consultants These Questions - But Make Sure You Want To Hear The Answer

    Campaign consultants are paid to answer tough questions. Throughout the course of any political campaign, it is sometimes the unasked questions that are the most important. A good campaign consultant, candidate, and campaign manager should approach these tough questions head on. Let’s walk through the ten important questions to ask your campaign consultant to get your campaign off to a good start.

  • Political Campaign Plan: When Should I Write It?

    When You Should Write Your Political Campaign Plan

    As Benjamin Franklin supposedly once said, “Failing to plan is planning to fail.” (It’s also been attributed to Winston Churchill, and probably a dozen other great leaders on Internet sources.) But the truth of this idiom remains that planning is a good idea.

  • USPS Streamlining

    Posted on October 26, 2015 by Kelley Griffin

    How is the USPS Streamlining?

    The USPS is starting to clean up their data and streamline mail entry so that it is not as manual and paper based. One part of this is that companies don’t need to open up permits at every facility location where their mail is verified, and can instead utilize a “Mail Anywhere” service. Entering mail is all being streamlined to a digital process where fewer eyes look at it and fewer hands touch or physically verify.

  • Campaign Manager Search| How Do I Find a Campaign Manager?

    Posted on October 12, 2015 by Joe Fuld

    A Good Campaign Manager is Hard to Find:

    Finding a good campaign manager can be hard for even the most experienced candidate. Campaign managers and campaign staff are in demand. It seems there are never enough good ones available, and since it is an all-consuming job, many campaign managers, fundraisers, field directors and other campaign staff cycle out of working on campaigns quickly in favor of steadier work. I've made a list of places to look for your next campaign manager below.

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