Ogles hires campaign ad agency that Trump hired

News release from Andy Ogles campaign

(Sept. 18, 2017) — Today, the Andy Ogles for U.S. Senate campaign announced hiring Innovative Politics, a nationally renowned political consulting and full-service advertising agency, to run its media strategy and voter contact operations.

Following the Republican National Convention in fall 2016, Innovative Politics joined the Donald J. Trump for President campaign, playing a key role within the advertising team.

Innovative Politics produced nearly 30 television ads for the campaign, which spent more than $75 million dollars on television advertising. Jay Connaughton, chief media advisor with Innovative Politics, played a key role in Trump’s heavily covered Baton Rouge, Louisiana, trip following the devastating floods in the state, as well as in the President-elect’s headline making visit to Flint, MI.

The Presidential race was only one of the many significant achievements for Innovative Politics during the past few national election cycles. The firm’s impressive national work, particularly in battleground states, helped the Republican Party maintain control of the U.S. Senate with victories in the critical U.S. Senate elections in North Carolina, Louisiana, Colorado, Iowa, Arkansas, Pennsylvania and Florida.

“Andy is true leader and conservative that Tennesseans can count on to drain the swamp,” said Connaughton. “We’re very excited and ready to get to work to help Andy win the primary, and ultimately go to Washington, and fight for the values that Tennessee families believe in.”

“Innovative has a long and successful track record of helping conservatives win and holding traditional politicians accountable,” said Ogles. “No one is going to outwork our campaign. The winning team that we’re building should give pause to anyone thinking there will be an easy path to victory, especially if your views are not in line with the conservative values of our great state.”

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