We’re back from New Orleans and excited to announce that our team at PowerThru won not one, not two, but THREE national Pollie awards from the American Association of Political Consultants. That includes:
- Best Congressional Website (Gold) – Debbie Dingell for Congress
- Best State/Local Organization Website (Silver) – African American Voter REP Project
- Best Use of Twitter (Bronze) – Dan Malloy for Connecticut
We’re feeling a little bit like Meryl Streep this year with our team pulling in six awards total including the three awards our websites won at Reed Awards last month (Best Congressional Website for Debbie Dingell, Best Spanish Language Website for Oye Mi Voz, and Best Independent Expenditure Website for Stop Measure Q). 2014 was a wonderful year for PowerThru and many of our candidates, and we’re proud to have our work honored these past months.
We want to take this moment to thank our clients and our friends throughout the political and non-profit world for everything you’ve done. We owe it all to you. Thank you especially to Chris Potter on our team who built the websites, to Laura Packard who project managed both website projects, to Laurin Manning who designed them and Anne Savage who did the wonderful photography for the Debbie Dingell site, and to Mike Nellis who ran the digital campaign for Governor Malloy. Thank you to the entire Governor Malloy, Congresswoman Dingell, Supervisor Ridley-Thomas and AAVREP campaign teams, especially to the campaign managers and the candidates themselves. We know how much work you put in to win, and we salute you for it. Full 2015 Pollie winners list here.
P.S. Looking to run for office in 2015 or 2016? Be sure to read our guide for candidates or non-profits just getting started, to have a successful launch. If you’re looking for assistance on your website or launch, please read our campaign website guide too and contact PowerThru, we’d love to help!