Our Clients

Political Campaigns

Hillary Clinton for President (‘08), won 20 primary states

Bill Bradley for President

Howard Dean for President

Mike Bloomberg for Mayor

Anu Natarajan for Fremont Mayor 2012

Hillary Clinton for U.S. Senate

Barbara Boxer for U.S. Senate

2016 CA GOTV Consultant, Next Gen Climate Action

YouDrawTheLines2021 (national redistricting)

Congresswoman Ann Kirkpatrick (Arizona)

Congresswoman Julia Brownley (California)

Congressman Jerry McNerney (California)

Congressman Raul Ruiz (California)

Congresswoman Val Demings (Florida)

Congressman David Scott (Georgia)

Congressman Rick Nolan (Minnesota)

Congresswoman Joyce Beatty

Congressman John Boccieri (DCCC)

Congresswoman Marcy Kaptur

Congressman Zack Space

Charlie Wilson for Congress

Anesa Kajtazovic for Congress (Iowa)

Michael Eggman for Congress (California)

Bill Hughes for Congress (New Jersey)

Alan Cohn for Congress (Florida)

Mark DeSaulnier for Congress

Ellen Tauscher for Congress

Jane Harman for Congress

Chris Kelly for Attorney General 2010

Nina Turner for Secretary of State (Ohio)

John Burkhalter for Lt. Governor (Arkansas)

Liz Figueroa for Lt. Governor

Marty Gallegos for State Senate

Emily Reilly for Assembly

Anu Natarajan for Fremont City Council

Deborah Matthews for Berkeley City Council

Mike Collier for Comptroller (Texas)

Arkansas Democratic Caucus Project

House Majority PAC (Re-Elected U.S. Rep. Ami Bera)

Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee

Indiana Democratic Party/Obama for America 2008

Priorities USA

Governor Mike Beebe (Arkansas)

Governor Kathleen Sebelius (Kansas)

Mike Ross for Governor (Arkansas)

Phil Angelides for Governor

State Senator Daniel Ivey-Soto (New Mexico)

State Senator Dan Wolf (Massachusetts)

State Senator Lowe Finney (Tennessee)

State Representative Warwick Sabin (Arkansas)

State Representative Brent Talley (Arkansas)

State Representative Mike Foote (Colorado)

State Representative Phillip Archuleta (New Mexico)

State Representative Nate Cote (New Mexico)

State Representative Stephen Easley (New Mexico)

Re-elect Assemblywoman Susan Bonilla 2012

Georgia Democratic Caucus

Kansas House Democratic Caucus

Nevada Assembly Democrats

New Mexico Democratic Legislative Campaign Committee

Ohio House Democratic Caucus

Tennessee Senate Democratic Caucus

Ohio Democratic Party

Former Ohio Democratic Party Chairman and State Representative Chris Redfern

Ohio House Democratic Caucus

Nina Turner for Secretary of State

Freedom Ohio

Responsible Ohio

Columbus Councilman Zach Klein

Larry Aceves for Superintendent of Public Instruction 2010

Colorado House Majority Project

Over 20 members of Congress

Yes on Prop 35, Stop Human Trafficking (California)

Yes on Prop 59, Overturn Citizens United Initiative (California)

Yes on Prop 39, Close the Loophole

Yes on Issue 3, Ohio Jobs and Growth Committee (2009)

No on Proposition 23, Stop the Dirty Energy Initiative

No on 38/No on School Vouchers

No on 330 Washington State (medical malpractice caps)

No on Measure D Palo Alto

 

Organizations

California Teachers Association

Democratic Leadership Council

Democrats for the Future PAC

Environmental Defense

Equality California

Human Rights Campaign

National Venture Capital Association

Clean Energy and Good Jobs Mobilization Committee

NextGen Climate Action

El Dorado Hills Firefighters

Palo Alto Firefighters

SecureUS PAC

SEIU United Healthcare Workers – West

Stanford Center on Longevity

T4CF – Together for California’s Future