Jamestown believes in a simple philosophy: always put the client first. By working directly with our clients to craft memorable, hard-hitting, and – most of all – effective ads that capture voters’ attention, we believe the perfect ad campaign can drive the narrative of the race and help deliver the win.
Here’s a look at how Jamestown’s ads are already making the critical difference in some of 2018’s hottest races:
“Indiana mystery man upends bloody GOP Senate primary”
Politicowrote that Jamestown’s ad campaign for Mike Braun “defined the race” for the Republican nomination for Senate in Indiana, calling our ad “The Difference,” “the most indelible image of the campaign.” Braun secured the nomination on May 8th.
“New Video: GOP gubernatorial hopeful loves West Philly”
WHYY highlighted Scott Wagner’s Jamestown-produced digital ad “How Can I Help You?,” which features Wagner meeting with voters in West Philadelphia and discussing his plan to be a leader for every single Pennsylvania family.
“With a handgun by her side, Wisconsin U.S. Senate candidate Leah Vukmir appears in first TV ad”
The Milwaukee Journal Sentinelcovered Leah Vukmir’s debut television ad “Threatened,” which was produced by Jamestown Partners Barney Keller and Jon Kohan.
“U.S. House candidates pump out TV ads covering health care, backgrounds”
The Detroit News discussed Shoulder to Shoulder,” Jamestown’s latest ad on behalf of Lena Epstein’s campaign for Congress.
"Foster Friess Campaign Ad: The 21st Century Economy Was Made For Places Like Wyoming”
Real Clear Politics covered Foster Friess' first ad “Wyoming Spirit,” which Jamestown produced for Friess’ campaign for governor in May.
“Bob Stefanowski And Dave Stemerman Ramp Up Ads In GOP Gubernatorial Race”
Bob Stefanowski is running for Governor of Connecticut to rebuild the state’s economy after eight years of unpopular failed political leader Dan Malloy. The Hartford Courantcovered our ad “Bob Stefanowski’s Plan for Connecticut,” which showcases Stefanowski’s business experience and expertise.
Jamestown Pros in the Press
Jamestown is proud to employ the best and brightest in the business – from our award-winning creative, production, and editorial team to our writers and strategists, we pride ourselves in providing smart analysis and political intelligence.
“The Dems’ Supreme Threat”
The American Spectator ran with and featured Jamestown Vice President David Huguenel’s recent Insightspost discussing the potential implications of Janus vs. AFSCME.
“Sorry, but criticism of the news media is not a threat to press freedom.”
Writing in the Washington Examiner, Jamestown Content Manager Dylan Gallimore criticized the mainstream media’s objection to being held accountable for their biases