For nearly two decades, the Innovative Politics team has imagined, created and delivered messages that win votes across the nation. Innovative Politics has scored victories in U.S. Congressional races across six states. Our winning record includes 11 U.S. Senate races in nine states, over 40 State Senators and hundreds of State Representatives across the country.
Innovative Politics produced nearly 30 television ads for President-elect Trump’s campaign. The campaign spent more than $75 million on television advertising, resulting in one of the most impressive victories in U.S. history.Read more
Innovative Politics’ national work, particularly in battleground states, helped the Republican Party maintain control of the U.S. Senate.
We created and distributed approximately 160 unique direct mail pieces to more than 26 million Americans. Our efforts helped secure conservative U.S. Senate victories in: Florida, Indiana, North Carolina, Ohio and Pennsylvania. Innovative Politics also produced more than 60 television ads and web videos that appeared throughout the country.
At both the state and local level, Innovative Politics went undefeated in races for the North Carolina State Senate, scoring eight wins for Republican candidates across the state. This is the third time Innovative Politics has gone undefeated in North Carolina legislative races.
Innovative Politics’s heavy involvement in Kentucky’s 2016 State House of Representatives races allowed the Republican Party to regain control of the House for the first time in nearly 100 years.
Continuing its work as a top political strategy group for education reform, Innovative Politics emerged victorious in the Orleans Parish School Board races. The firm served as general consultants for the Protect Louisiana Super PAC, which ran radio and digital ads garnering conservative votes in the 4th Congressional District, resulting in Republican Mike Johnson earning a spot in the runoff.
Innovative Politics’ clients won major victories in two parish president races. In St. Tammany Parish, Pat Brister won in a crowded field with 71% of the vote. In Tangipahoa Parish, newcomer Robby Miller defeated a long-time career politician.
Taking full advantage of all of Innovative Politics’ capabilities, political newcomers Sharon Hewitt and Tony Bacala handily won their respective elections. With Innovative Politics’ guidance, Sharon Hewitt beat a former legislator by 20 points to win a seat in the State Senate. Tony Bacala won a seat in the State House earning two of every three votes cast in a crowded field.
Winning eight of 11 elections, Innovative Politics worked to create a more business friendly environment for Louisiana. Innovative partnered with state business leaders to execute an independent expenditure effort to build a legislative majority that favors and is willing to fight for lawsuit fairness.
Despite a political environment extremely toxic to the Common Core State Standards, Innovative Politics won seven of eight Louisiana BESE races to secure a pro-reform majority on the Board. Innovative Politics worked with multiple outside groups on their multi-million-dollar independent expenditure efforts.
After working to flip the Arkansas legislature in 2012, Innovative Politics continued to work with advocacy groups to protect the pro-free-market majority.
For the second consecutive election cycle, Innovative Politics worked alongside the North Carolina Senate Republican Caucus to elect and re-elect solid conservatives to the State Senate.
Once again, Innovative Politics led the charge by Congressman Steven Palazzo to defeat Gene Taylor, who, after losing to Palazzo in the 2010 general election, switched parties to challenge the congressman in the GOP primary. Palazzo’s re-election affirmed his position as Mississippi’s most conservative congressman.
Working with national free-market groups, Innovative Politics helped flip six U.S. Senate seats, including the defeat of entrenched incumbents in Arkansas, Colorado, Louisiana and North Carolina, giving conservatives their first majority in the upper chamber since George W. Bush’s presidency.
Innovative Politics won two major elections in Mississippi: the re-election of Congressman Steven Palazzo and an impressive victory in a crucial Supreme Court race.
Innovative Politics went undefeated in the North Carolina elections. A new Republican Congressman was elected, seven contested State Senate races were won and Innovative Politics scored a stunning victory in a statewide Supreme Court race.
Innovative Politics went undefeated in four races delivering a reform-minded Louisiana Board of Elementary and Secondary Education (BESE) that will change the future of education in the state.
Innovative Politics finally did the impossible – electing a GOP majority in the Louisiana Senate. Innovative Politics’ mailers for the Louisiana GOP were called a “Decisive Factor” in the win.
Innovative Politics completed a three year project that culminated in electing a GOP majority in the Mississippi House for the first time since Reconstruction – nearly 140 years.
Innovative Politics defeated a 20+ year incumbent in Mississippi and helped Steven Palazzo get elected to the U.S. Congress. It was a race that few thought Palazzo could win, but Innovative Politics had a plan.
Innovative Politics won seven of seven races in North Carolina, delivering the first GOP State Senate since the 1800s.
While Obama swept the nation, Innovative Politics helped the NRCC win three of only four GOP pickups and helped save several troubled GOP incumbents.
Innovative Politics ran a massive voter contact program that elected the first GOP house for Louisiana in 100 years. Conservatives finally had the chance to set the agenda and shape the debate in Baton Rouge.