AKPD Award Winning Campaigns

2013 Awards

  • “Firms” – OFA, Best of the Best – Television, Pollie Award

2011 Awards

  • Chicago For Rahm, TV/Radio Campaign, Pollie Award

2010 Awards

  • “Together“: Anthony Foxx for Charlotte Mayor, Pollie Award

2009 Awards

  • Titanium Grand Prix Award, Obama for America, Cannes Lions International Film Festival
  • Integrated Grand Prix Award, Obama for America, Cannes Lions International Film Festival
  • Campaign Manager of the Year: David Plouffe, Pollie Award
  • Campaign Strategist of the Year: David Axelrod, Pollie Award
  • “Barney”: Obama for America Media Team, Pollie Award
  • “Buster“: Obama for America Media Team, Pollie Award
  • “Country I Love”: Obama for America Media Team, Pollie Award
  • “Minute-IN”: Obama for America Media Team, Pollie Award

2008 Awards

  • Marketer of the Year, Obama for America Media Team, Advertising Age Award
  • “Robes“: McCaffery for Supreme Court, Telly Award

2007 Awards

  • “Horse”: DCCC Pennsylvania 06, Telly Award
  • “Guard”: Forrest Claypool for County Board President, Telly Award
  • “Convention”: Deval Patrick for Governor, Telly Award
  • “Knees“: Deval Patrick for Governor, Telly Award
  • TV Campaign: Deval Patrick for Governor, Pollie Award
  • “Dime“: Herb Kohl for Senate, Telly Award
  • “Jack”: Herb Kohl for Senate, Telly Award

2005 Awards

  • “Dig”: AFL-CIO, Telly Award
  • “Priorities”: AFL-CIO, Telly Award
  • “St.”: AFL-CIO, Telly Award
  • “Guard“: Democratic National Committee, Telly Award
  • “I Don’t Know”: Democratic National Committee, Telly Award
  • “Middle”: Democratic National Committee, Telly Award
  • “Yet”: Democratic National Committee, Telly Award
  • “Listening”: Obama for Senate, Telly Award
  • “Pills”: The Media Fund, Telly Award
  • “United”: Obama for Senate, Pollie Award and Telly Award
  • “Yes“: Obama for Senate, Telly Award
  • “Hug“: Street, Pollie Award

2003 Awards

  • “Words”: Kennedy for Congress, Pollie Award
  • “Expanding Opportunity” (Convention Video): Mehiel for Lt. Governor, Pollie Award

2001 Awards

  • “Words”: NY AFL-CIO, Telly Award

2000 Awards

  • “Endure“: AFL-CIO, Pollie Award
  • “March”: AFL-CIO, Pollie Award
  • “Sure”: AFL-CIO, Pollie Award

1999 Awards

  • “Son”: Brown for Mayor “Son”, Pollie Award and Telly Award
  • “Leadership”: Street for Mayor, Telly Award
  • “Rocket”: Sharp for Lt. Governor, Pollie Award

1998 Awards

  • “Deny”: AFL-CIO, Telly Award
  • “Rush”: AFL-CIO, Pollie Award
  • “Listening”: Schmidt for Governor, Telly Award
  • “Good Work”: Spano for Westchester County Executive, Pollie Award
  • “Follower”: Sharp for Lt. Governor, Telly Award
  • “Rocket”: Sharp for Lt. Governor, Pollie Award
  • “Porch“: Vilsack for Governor, Pollie Award

1997 Awards

  • “Future”: Archer for Mayor, Pollie Award
  • “Son”: Brown for Mayor, Telly Award
  • “Nature”: Spano for Westchester County Executive, Pollie Award

1996 Awards

  • “Wither“: AFL-CIO, Pollie Award
  • “Yes on S”: Committee to Rebuild Detroit, Pollie Award

1995 Awards

  • “Future”: Archer for Mayor, Telly Award
  • “Community”: Daley for Mayor, Pollie Award

1994 Awards

  • “Adam”: Fisher for Attorney General, Pollie Award

1991 Awards

  • “Forward”: Daley for Mayor, Pollie Award

1990 Awards

  • “Tough Duty”: Partee for Attorney General, Pollie Award

The Pollie Awards, sponsored by the American Association of Political Consultants, honor the nation’s top political/public affairs practitioners and campaigns.

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