It’s not enough to just have someone buy into the candidate or the issue. To win, you need fans who will take the time to share your story and sell it themselves.
A Texas Democrat in the Rio Grande Valley switched parties because of the radical policies of the left. He’s not alone – as this op-ed from @ARTxPAC Co-Chair Hector De Leon shows:Read More
Two thousand zero zero party over, oops out of time is a verse from a seminal Prince song “1999,” but today that’s the same message voters from across the country sent with Tuesday’s stunning election results in Virginia, New Jersey, Texas, Minneapolis and even deep blue areas of Seattle and New York that it feels like a party in 2009.
Last night, Convergence added two new Pollie awards to our shelf. Out of over 400 campaign and media firms, the American Association of Political Consultants (AAPC) awarded Convergence two Pollies for our work with Governor Mike Parson’s campaign for our TV ads Challenges and Quarterback.
We are proud to announce that last night Convergence’s Vice President of Digital Marketing, Tom Newhouse, joined the American Association of Political Consultants (AAPC) 40 Under 40 Class of 2021. Since Convergence’s founding in 2017, Tom has had a profound impact on the Republican political landscape by taking a start-up and building it into an industry leader in online fundraising and digital campaigns.
At the 2021 Reed Awards & Conference, Convergence Founder and Partner Rob Simms spoke on a panel discussing campaign strategy and the tools Republicans need to be successful in the 2022 midterm elections.
The pandemic forced everyone to pivot. At Convergence, we adapted to production constraints with a focus on using grab-n-go equipment like pocket-sized cameras.