The American Association of Political Consultants has awarded Revolvis seven coveted Pollie Awards for exemplary work in the 2014 political season. Revolvis won awards for television, digital, and direct mail campaigns, sharing four of the awards with Monument Communications. Click on link to view ads.
• Gold for Television Republican Mayor Candidate for Faulconer for San Diego Mayor;
• Gold for Web Video Local/Municipal/Regional Candidate for Cate for San Diego City Council;
• Gold for Mail Republican Coordinated Campaign for the Republican Party of San Diego on behalf of Cate for San Diego City Council;
• Silver for Web Video Mayor Candidate for Faulconer for San Diego Mayor;
• Bronze for Television Best Cable Only Broadcast Ballot Initiative for Yes on Prop. H (Escondido, CA);
• Bronze for Mail Best Use of Negative/Contrast Ballot Initiative for Yes on Prop. H (Escondido, CA);
• Bronze for Web Video State Legislature Candidate for McCoy for California State Assembly.
On March 18th, the AAPC announced that Moises Moreno is one of the 2015 “40 Under 40” at their annual meeting in New Orleans, Louisiana. The award recognizes “the best and brightest young professionals working in the United States.”
“We are delighted to celebrate this influential and talented group of young professionals in the political business community,” said AAPC President Art Hackney. “They’re taking the reins and producing outstanding results. Congratulations to our inaugural Class of 2015!”
Mike Leavitt of Red Maverick Media and Jamie Fisfis of Chariot Communications pen a piece on how Revolvis and a well-run independent expenditure campaign helped elect Republican Catharine Baker “in the most unlikely of places: the San Francisco Bay Area” against very heavy odds.
Democrat Tim Sbranti, political director of the California Teachers Association outspent Baker 5-1, $3.4 million to $680,000. Sbranti aligned IE’s outspent Baker allies by $1.8 million on top of that.
While Democratic Governor Jerry Brown won the district by 24%, Baker went on to win 51.6% of the vote running 20% points above Republican registration.