Content Creative Media Delivers Big Wins Across the Country 🇺🇸

Content Creative Media has delivered big wins in election battles across the country this primary season.

THOMAS MASSIE WINS PRIMARY BY MASSIVE MARGIN

In Kentucky, Content Creative produced advertising for Rep. Thomas Massie (KY-4) who won his GOP primary by a massive 81% to 19% margin.

Political pundits¬†had declared Massie the “most vulnerable Republican in the House.” But, Massie defied the¬†DC consensus with a sharp campaign that succeeded in both defining his opponent and making the case for his continued service.

WATCH the¬†Massie¬†ad “Fight of Our Lives” >>>

WATCH the¬†Massie¬†ad “Trump Hater” >>>

HOUSE FREEDOM ACTION PLAYS DECISIVE ROLE IN NM-2 PRIMARY

Content Creative has worked for House Freedom Action on multiple races this year and in previous cycles.In the hotly contested GOP primary for New Mexico’s 2nd Congressional District, HFA supported Yvette Harrell. Their TV ads¬†played a decisive role in Harrell’s victory. Read an AP story on HFA’s involvement HERE.

WATCH the¬†House Freedom Action ad “Flamethrower” >>>

RICH MCCORMICK WINS BIG IN GA-7, ADVANCES WITHOUT RUNOFF

In the GOP primary for Georgia’s 7th Congressional District,¬†Content Creative produced ads for Rich McCormick, a veteran and ER doctor. McCormick was victorious¬†in the¬†primary, taking 55% of the vote in a multi-candidate field and avoiding a runoff. He will face Democrat Carolyn Bordeaux in the fall in one of the most highly anticipated congressional races in the country.

WATCH the¬†McCormick¬†ad “All In” >>>

MARKWAYNE MULLIN WINS WITH 80% OF VOTE

Content Creative was proud to help¬†Rep. Markwayne Mullin score a big¬†win in the GOP primary for Oklahoma’s 2ndCongressional District. Mullin secured¬†80%¬†of the vote, a new personal record for him.

WATCH the Mullin ad “Complete and Total Endorsement” >>>

CONTENT GOES 8-0 IN CANDIDATE RACES IN OKLAHOMA

Down ballot in Oklahoma, Content Creative produced ads for:

Oklahoma Corporation Commissioner Todd Hiett
Won with 75% of vote

State Sen. Micheal Bergstrom
Won Senate District 1 primary with 65% of vote

Zack Taylor
Won special election for Senate District 28 with 59% of vote

Kyden Creekpaum
Finished first in primary for Senate District 35, advanced to runoff

Freedom and Liberty Fund, Pro-Shane Jett
Finished first in primary for Senate District 17, advanced to runoff

Majority Fund/Advance Oklahoma Fund, Pro-State Rep. Chris Sneed
Won Senate District 14 primary with 60% of vote

Advance Oklahoma Fund, Pro-State Rep. David Smith
Won Senate District 18 primary with 62% of vote

Including the Mullin victory, Content Creative went 8-0 in candidate races in Oklahoma.