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It takes a cohesive strategy to seize victory, not just a good campaign. Control Point Group was founded on the principle of cohesion: aligning each and every individual facet of a campaign to work in synergy and deliver success – all under one roof.

CPG's proven team knows how to make a difference at the ballot box. From helping design the data-modeling program with the Obama for America Team in 2008 to get Democrats in the White House to developing the overall strategy and managing the campaign that won a seat in a West Virginia Circuit Courthouse, to working with the Analyst Institute, we have powerhouse talent in every aspect of political communications.

Our team can handle soup-to-nuts political campaigns, ballot measures and issue advocacy campaigns, as well as individual aspects of a campaign such as digital, direct mail, paid media or telephone town halls. 

Are you ready to seize your victory? We are. 

 

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PARTIAL CLIENT LIST

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  • Statewide Federal Advisory Vote on Health Care Benefits (AK)
  • Yes to Pike Road Patriots, Ballot Measure (Montgomery)
  • Island School District Bond Levy (AL)
  • Athens Wet/Dry Election (AL)
  • Yes on Springdale School Bond, Ballot Measure (Springdale)
  • Yes to Business and School Alliance, Ballot Measure (Springdale)
  • Yes to Little Rock Zoo, Ballot Measure (Little Rock)
  • Yes to Measure 1, Ballot Measure (Newport)
  • Yes to Moving with Memphis Forward (Markham)
  • Yes to North Little Rock’s Future, Ballot Measure (Little Rock)
  • Little Rock Strong Mayor Form of Government (AR)
  • UNITE HERE!
  • Mendocino County, CA, Yes on Measure A (Development Issue)
  • Yes on State Proposition 1-B
  • Yes on State Proposition 1-C
  • Yes on State Proposition 1-D
  • Yes on State Proposition 1-E
  • Yes to Bright Colorado, Ballot Measure (CO)
  • Yes to Look Before We Leap, Ballot Measure (Longmont)
  • Colorado Minimum Wage Coalition (CO)
  • Longmont, CO, No on Measure 2C (Budget Issue)
  • Bond Referendum (IL)
  • Paintsville, KY, Local Liquor Option
  • Maryland Democratic Party
  • No on 26, Ballot Measure (MS)
  • Jackson County Casino Referendum (MS)
  • Yes to Columbus Middle School Bond Issue, Ballot Measure (Columbus)
  • Kearney, NE, School Bond Measure
  • Spaceport America Referendum (NM)
  • McHenry County Open Space
  • Zanesville School Bond Election (OH)
  • No on Beer/Wine Propositions, Ballot Measure (Forney)
  • No on Henderson Propositions 1&2, Ballot Measure (Henderson)
  • No on Texas Petition Strategies, Ballot Measure (TX)
  • No on Vidor Propositions 1&2, Ballot Measure (Vidor)
  • Yes on Measure 1, Ballot Measure (Smith County)
  • Angelina County Wet/Dry Election (TX)
  • Brazoria County Wet/Dry Election (TX)
  • Buffalo, TX, Local Liquor Option
  • City of Anna Wet/Dry Election (TX)
  • City of Mesquite Wet/Dry Election (TX)
  • City of Midlothian Wet/Dry Election (TX)
  • City of Rockwall Wet/Dry Election (TX)
  • City of Salado Wet/Dry Election (TX)
  • City of Wimberly Wet/Dry Election (TX)
  • Cleburne, TX, Local Liquor Option
  • Dalworthington Gardens, TX, Local Liquor Option
  • Denton Fire Power Wet/Dry Election (TX)
  • DeSoto County Wet/Dry Referendum (TX)
  • Eagle Trace, KY, Local Liquor Option
  • Emory, TX, Local Liquor Option
  • Flower Mound Wet/Dry Election (TX)
  • Haskell, TX, Local Liquor Option
  • Hewitt, TX, Local Liquor Option
  • Houston County Wet/Dry Election (TX)
  • Italy, TX, Local Liquor Option
  • Kingsville, TX, Local Liquor Option
  • Lubbock County, TX, Local Liquor Option
  • Melissa Wet/Dry Election (TX)
  • Mt. Pleasant, TX, Local Liquor Option
  • Paris, TX, Local Liquor Option
  • Pittsburg, TX, Local Liquor Option
  • Quinlan, TX, Local Liquor Option
  • Rusk, TX, Local Liquor Option
  • Smith, TX, Local Liquor Option
  • Sunnyvale, TX, Local Liquor Option
  • Temple , TX, Local Liquor Option
  • Westlake, TX, Local Liquor Option
  • Winona, TX, Local Liquor Option
  • City of Denton Wet/Dry Election (TX)
  • Charleston WV Gaming Expansion (WV)
  • Wheeling WV Gaming Expansion (WV)
  • No on 67 (Personhood)*
  • Yes on Question C
  • Mark Begich for Senate (AK)
  • Bobby Bright for Congress (AL 2)
  • Congressman Bobby Bright (AL 2)
  • Sheila Smoot for Congress (AL 7)
  • Chad Causey for Congress (AR 1)
  • Gary Latanich for Congress (AR 1)
  • Robbie Willis for Congress (AR 2)
  • Bob Lord for Congress (AZ 8)
  • Congressman Harry Mitchel (AZ 5)
  • Congressman Harry Mitchell (AZ 5)*
  • Congressman Raul Grijalva (AZ 7)
  • Congresswoman Ann Kirkpatrick (AZ 1)
  • Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords (AZ 8)
  • Ellen Smith for Congress (AZ 1) *
  • Bill Hedrick for Congress (CA 44)
  • Charlie Brown for Congress (CA 4)
  • Charlie Brown for Congress (CA 4)*
  • Congressman Jerry McNerny (CA 11)*
  • Congressman Mike Thompson (CA 1)
  • Congresswoman Jane Harman (CA 36)
  • Congresswoman Janice Hahn (CA 44)
  • Frances Busby for Congress (CA 5)*
  • Gloria McLeod for Congress (CA 35)
  • John Garamendi for Congress (CA 10)*
  • Norman Solomon for Congress (CA 6)
  • Speaker Nancy Pelosi, CA
  • Angie Paccione for Congress (CO 4)*
  • Congressman Ed Perlmutter (CO 7)*
  • Congressman Jared Polis (CO 2)
  • Congressman John Salazar (CO 3)*
  • Congressman John Salazar, (CO3)*
  • Congresswoman Diana DeGette (CO 1)
  • Mark Udall for Senate (CO)
  • Chris Murphy for Congress (CT 5)*
  • Elizabeth Esty for Congress (CT 5)
  • Alan Grayson for Congress (FL 9)
  • Annette Taddeo for Congress (FL 8)
  • Charlie Stuart for Congress (FL 8)*
  • Christine Jennings for Congress (FL 13)
  • Christine Jennings for Congress (FL 13)*
  • Congressman Allen Boyd (FL 2)*
  • Congressman Ron Klein (FL 22)
  • Congressman Ron Klein (FL 22)*
  • Congressman Tim Mahoney (FL 16)*
  • Congresswoman Susan Kosmas (FL 24)
  • Congresswoman Suzanne Kosmas (FL 24)
  • Leonard Bembry for Congress (FL 2)
  • Mike Smith for Congress (FL 8)
  • Tim Mahoney for Congress (FL 16)
  • Tony Sanchez for Seminole Tribe President (FL)
  • Congressman John Barrow (GA 12)
  • Congressman John Barrow, (GA 12)
  • Congressman John Lewis (GA 5)
  • Jim Martin for Senate (GA)
  • Congressman Bruce Braley
  • Congressman Leonard Boswell (IA 3)
  • Congressman Leonard Boswell (IA 3)*
  • Leonard Boswell for Congress (IA 3)
  • Congressman Bill Foster (IL 14)
  • Congressman Luis Gutierrez (IL 4)
  • Congressman Phil Hare (IL 17)*
  • Congresswoman Debbie Halvorson (IL 11)
  • Dan Seals for Congress (IL 10)
  • Dan Seals for Congress (IL 10)*
  • Debby Halverson for Congress (IL 11)
  • Ilya Sheyman for Congress (IL 10)
  • Congressman Baron Hill (IN 9)*
  • Congressman Brad Ellsworth (IN 8)*
  • Congressman John Donnelly (IN 2)*
  • Congressman John Yarmuth (KY 3) *
  • David Boswell for Congress (KY 2)
  • Ken Lucas for Congress (KY 4)*
  • Mike Weaver for Congress (KY 2)*
  • Allison Grimes for Secretary of State (KY)
  • Cedric Richmond for Congress (LA 2)
  • Congressman Charlie Melancon, (LA3)
  • Don Cazayoux for Congress (LA 6)
  • Don Cravins for Congress (LA 8)
  • Jim Harlan for Congress (LA 1)
  • Andy Nuciforo for Congress (MA 1)
  • Bill Keating for Congress (MA 10)*
  • Congressman John Tierney (MA 6)
  • Congressman Steny Hoyer (MD 5)
  • Mark Schauer for Congress (MI 14)*
  • Ashwin Madia for Congress (MN 3)
  • Coleen Rowley for Congress (MN 2)*
  • Congressman Tim Walz (MN 1)
  • Congressman Tim Walz (MN 1)*
  • Patty Wetterling for Congress (MN6)*
  • Tarryl Clark (MN 8)
  • Senator Claire McCaskill (MO)
  • Brad Morris for Congress (MS 1)
  • Congressman Bennie Thompson (MS 2)
  • Congressman Gene Taylor (MS 4)
  • Congressman Travis Childers (MS 1)
  • Bill Luckett for Governor (MS)
  • Connie Moran for Treasurer (MS)
  • Jim Hood for Attorney General (MS)
  • Marshand Crisler for Trans. Commissioner (MS)
  • Warner McBride for N. District Trans Commissioner (MS)
  • Frankie Wilmer for Congress (MT AL)
  • Steve Bullock for Governor
  • Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee
  • Clinton for President
  • Obama for America
  • Billy Kennedy for Congress (NC 5)
  • Congressman Heath Shuler (NC 11)*
  • Congressman Larry Kissell (NC 8)*
  • Senator Ben Nelson (NE)
  • Maggie Hassan for Governor
  • Congressman Donald Payne (NJ 10)
  • Congressman Rush Holt (NJ 12)
  • Ben Lujan for Congress (NM 3)
  • Congressman Ben Lujan (NM 3)
  • Congressman Ben Lujan (NM 46)
  • Congressman Harry Teague (NM 2)
  • Congressman Tom Udall (NM 3)
  • Don Teague for Congress (NM 2)
  • Don Wiviott for Congress (NM 3)
  • Martin Heinrich for Congress (NM 1)*
  • Martin Heinrich for Congress (NM 1*)
  • Patricia Madrid for Congress (NM 1)
  • Tessa Hafen for Congress (NV 3)*
  • Congressman Anthony Weiner (NY 9)
  • Congressman Bill Owens (NY 23)
  • Congressman Ed Towns (NY 10)
  • Congressman Joseph Crowley (NY 7)
  • Congressman Joseph Crowly (NY 7)
  • Congressman Michael Arcuri (NY 24)
  • Congressman Mike Arcuri (NY 24)*
  • Congressman Paul Tonko (NY 21)
  • Congressman Tim Bishop (NY 1)
  • Congresswoman Kirsten Gillibrand (NY 20)*
  • Congresswoman Nina Lowery (NY 18)
  • Congresswoman Nita Lowey (NY 18)
  • Eric Massa for Congress (NY 29)
  • Eric Massa for Congress (NY 29) *
  • Babylon Democratic Party
  • Bob Shamansky for Congress (OH 12)
  • Congressman Charlie Wilson (OH 6)*
  • Congressman John Boccieri (OH 16)
  • Congressman Zack Space (OH 15)*
  • Congresswoman Betty Sutton (OH 13)*
  • Congresswoman Mary Jo Kilroy (OH 15)
  • John Boccieri for Congress (OH 16)
  • John Cranley for Congress (OH 1)*
  • Mary Jo Kilroy for Congress (OH 15)*
  • Russ Goodwin for Congress (OH 12)
  • Senator Sherrod Brown (OH)*
  • Sharen Newhardt for Congress (OH 10)
  • Victoria Wulsin for Congress (OH 2)
  • Victoria Wulsin for Congress (OH 2)*
  • Ohio Democratic Party
  • Billy Coyle for Congress (OK 5)
  • Congressman Dan Boren (OK 2)
  • Bryan Lentz for Congress (PA 7)*
  • Congressman Charlie Dent (PA 15)*
  • Congressman Chris Carney (PA 10)*
  • Congressman Mark Critz (PA 12)*
  • Congressman Paul Kanjorski (PA 11)*
  • Congressman Tim Holden (PA 17)
  • Congresswoman Kathy Dahlkemper (PA 3)*
  • Ken Lee for Congress (PA 4)
  • Patrick Murphy for Congress (PA 8*)
  • Kathleen Kane for Attorney General (PA)
  • Senator Sheldon Whitehouse (RI)
  • Rob Miller for Congress (SC 2)
  • Cong. Stephanie Herseth Sandlin (SD AL)
  • Congresswoman Stephanie Herseth Sandlin (SD - At Large)
  • Brett Carter for Congress (TN 6)
  • Eric Stewart for Congress (TN 4)
  • Lincoln Davis for Congress (TN 4*)
  • Chrysta Castañeda for Congress (TX 33)
  • Ciro Rodriguez for Congress (TX)*
  • Congressman Charles Gonzales (TX 20)
  • Congressman Charles Gonzalez (TX 20)
  • Congressman Charlie Gonzalez (TX 20)
  • Congressman Charlie Gonzalez, (TX 20)
  • Congressman Gene Green (TX 29)
  • Congressman Nick Lampson (TX 22)*
  • Dan Grant for Congress (TX 10)
  • Nick Lampson for Congress (TX 14)
  • Congressman Bobby Scott (VA 3)*
  • Doug Denneny for Congress (VA 11)
  • Judy Feder for Congress (VA 10)
  • Phil Kellam for Congress (VA 2)*
  • Tom Perriello for Congress (VA 5)
  • Congressman Steve Kagan (WI 8)*
  • Congressman Steve Kagen (WI 8)
  • Julie Lassa for Congress (WI 7)*
  • Rob Zerban for Congress (WI 1)
  • Joel Winnig for Supreme Court (WI)
  • Tom Barrett for Governor
  • Auditor Glen Gainer
  • Governor Earl Ray Tomblin
  • Jeffrey Kessler for Governor
  • Letitia Chafin for Supreme Court
  • Osborne for Congress
  • Beto O'Rourke for Congress
  • Paul Vazaldua for Justice of the Peace
  • Luiz Simmons for State Senate (SD 17)
  • County Executive Steve Bellone (Suffolk)
  • Congressman Paul Tonko (NY 20)
  • Scott Sudduth for School Board
  • Mark Levine for Congress (VA 8)
  • Hoyer for Congress (MD 5)
  • Planned Parenthood Pennsylvania
  • Osborne for Congress (NC 12)
  • Ryan Fecteau for Biddeford (ME 11)
  • Emily Rodriguez for State Rep (PA 181)
  • Brad Heflin for State Delegate
  • Nancy Guthrie (HD 36)
  • Roger Berliner for Montgomery County Council (1)
  • Bennett Rushkoff for State Delegate (MD 15)
  • Congressman Ben Ray Lujan (NM 3)
  • Brendan Boyle for Congress (PA 13)
  • Scott Bernstein for Associate Judge
  • Paul Tonko for Congress (NY CD 20)
  • Janice Hahn for Congress (CA 44)
  • Manchin for West Virginia (Senate)
  • Steve Cohen for Congress (TN 9)
  • Michelle Lujan-Grisham for Congress (NM 1)
  • Alan Grayson for Congress (FL CD 9)
  • Betty Jean Grant for State Senate (NY 63)*
  • John Delaney for Congress (CD 6)
  • Corrine Brown for Congress (FL 5)
  • Steve Berch for State Representative
  • Mark Painter for State Representative HD 146*
  • Gwen Graham for Congress (FL 2)
  • Monmouth County Democrats
  • Jim Gaughran for Suffolk County Comptroller
  • Mary Burke for Governor (WI)*
  • Paul Davis for Governor (KS)*
  • Charlie Crist for Governor (FL)*
  • Cory Booker for Senate*
  • Tim Bishop for Congress (CD 1)
  • Donna McAleer for Congress (CD 1)
  • Kevin McKenna for Town Council at Large
  • Alabama State Employee Association
  • Alabama State Employees Association (ASEA)
  • Planned Parenthood (AL)
  • Smoke Free Alabama
  • Arkansas Democratic Party
  • California School Employees Association
  • California State Employees Association
  • SEIU 1000
  • 21st Century Colorado
  • Colorado Education Association
  • Colorado WINS
  • Jefferson County Education Association (CO)
  • Connecticut Education Association
  • Georgia Democratic Party
  • American Lung Association of the Plains Region
  • Louisiana Association of Education
  • Louisiana Association of Educators
  • Detroit Museum of Art
  • AFL-CIO (MS)
  • Children’s Defense Fund (MS)
  • Mississippi Center for Education Innovation
  • Mississippi Democratic Party
  • Mississippi Sierra Club
  • Mississippians for Healthy Families
  • MS NAACP
  • Sierra Club of MS
  • Alliance for Self Governance
  • America Votes
  • American Jobs Alliance
  • American Values Network Education Fund
  • Analyst Institute
  • Children’s Defense Fund
  • Citizens for Responsible Spending
  • Defenders of Wildlife
  • Leadership PAC
  • League of Conservation Voters
  • National Education Association
  • SEIU
  • SEIU 32BJ
  • Service Employees International Union (SEIU)
  • Support PAC
  • Trust for Public Land
  • Wilderness Society
  • Planned Parenthood (ND)
  • Nebraska Forward
  • New Mexico Democratic Party
  • Nevada State Education Association
  • Oregon Education Association
  • Education Voters Pennsylvania
  • Pennsylvania America Votes
  • Pennsylvania Democratic Party
  • Pennsylvania Planned Parenthood
  • Planned Parenthood (PA)
  • Texas Planned Parenthood
  • League of Conservation Voters (WI)
  • SEIU Healthcare Wisconsin
  • Sierra Club (WI)
  • Wisconsin League of Conservation Voters
  • Energize West Virginia
  • Standing Up for WV
  • Stay the Course WV PAC
  • West Virginia Association of Counties
  • West Virginia Chamber of Commerce
  • West Virginia Oil and Natural Gas Association
  • West Virginia School Service Personnel Association
  • Americans for Responsible Solutions
  • NARAL Pro Choice Massachusetts
  • NARAL Pro Choice America
  • Education Voters Action Fund - Michigan
  • Education Voters Action Fund - Pennsylvania
  • Alliance for Public Schools & Opportunity Action
  • NARAL Pro Choice Wisconsin
  • NARAL Pro Choice Florida
  • NARAL Pro Choice Kansas
  • NARAL Pro-Choice New York
  • NARAL Pro-Choice Virginia
  • NARAL Pro-Choice Arizona
  • NARAL Pro-Choice Wisconsin
  • NARAL Pro-Choice North Dakota
  • NARAL Pro-Choice Maine
  • NARAL Pro-Choice Missouri
  • NARAL Pro-Choice Ohio
  • NARAL Pro-Choice California
  • Yes on AB 775*
  • Yes on 5B
  • Yes on 5C
  • NARAL Pro-Choice Iowa


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