Content Creative Media Delivers Big GOP Primary Wins
July 2, 2022
Content Creative Media has delivered big Republican primary wins across the country in 2022!
Here’s a rundown:
In Oklahoma, Content Creative Media was part of the winning team for Gentner Drummond, a veteran, attorney, rancher and political outsider who knocked off incumbent Attorney General John O’Connor. Drummond was running again for AG after a razor-thin loss to Mike Hunter in 2018; O’Connor had been appointed to the Attorney General position by Gov. Kevin Stitt in July 2021. The race was hotly contested and the final margin was extremely close (Drummond 51%, O’Connor 49%).
WATCH the Gentner Drummond ad “Granddad Duty” >>>
WATCH the Gentner Drummond ad “Rally” >>>
MORE SUCCESS IN OKLAHOMA: CONTENT CLIENTS ADVANCE TO RUNOFFS
Also in Oklahoma, Content Creative Media worked for Defend US PAC and Oklahoma First in support of Markwayne Mullin who is running in the special election to fill U.S. Sen. Jim Inhofe’s seat. Mullin finished in first place in the primary, pulling 44% of the vote in a 13-candidate field. Mullin will face T.W. Shannon in the August 23 runoff.
In the primary for Labor Commissioner, Content client Leslie Osborn finished in first place with 48% and advanced to the runoff.
Content client Kim David finished in first place in the primary for Corporation Commissioner with 41% of the vote. David advanced to the runoff.
And in the primary for Superintendent of Public Instruction, Content client April Grace finished second with 31% and advanced to the runoff.
WATCH the Defend US PAC ad “Values” >>>
RICH MCCORMICK WINS GA-06 RUNOFF BY WIDE MARGIN
Content Creative Media worked for Rich McCormick in the race for Georgia’s 6th congressional district. McCormick had run in Georgia’s 7th district in 2020 and lost a very close race to Democrat Carolyn Bordeaux in the general election. After redistricting, McCormick filed to run in the newly redrawn 6th district.
McCormick, a veteran and ER doctor, finished first in a nine-candidate field in the May 24 primary with 43% of the vote. He faced Trump-endorsed candidate Jake Evans in the June 21 runoff and won by huge margin (McCormick 68%, Evans 32%).
WATCH the Rich McCormick ad “Revive Freedom” >>>
WATCH the Rich McCormick ad “Toughness” >>>
HOUSE FREEDOM ACTION BOOSTS CONSERVATIVES MARY MILLER, BO HINES
Content Creative Media also worked for House Freedom Action, the super PAC aligned with House Freedom Caucus-endorsed candidates.
HFA supported Rep. Mary Miller in her member-member race against Rep. Rodney Davis in IL-15. Miller won the June 28 GOP primary by a wide margin (Miller 58%, Davis 42%).
In North Carolina’s 13th congressional district, HFA supported political newcomer Bo Hines. Hines won the May 17 GOP primary, pulling 32% against an eight-candidate field.
WATCH the House Freedom Action ad “Simple Choice” >>>
WATCH the House Freedom Action ad “Trump’s Man” >>>
INCUMBENTS THOMAS MASSIE, DOUG LAMBORN WIN EASILY
Content Creative Media worked for Representatives Thomas Massie (KY-04) and Doug Lamborn (CO-05), both longtime clients of the firm.
Massie won his May 17 primary with over 75% of the vote.
Lamborn won his June 28 primary with nearly 50% of the vote in a four-candidate field.
WATCH the Doug Lamborn ad “Liberal Dave” >>>
MEDIUM BUYING PART OF BIG PRIMARY WINS FOR GOP STARS
Content Creative Media’s sister company Medium Buying has been a part of big primary wins for GOP stars across the country. Congrats to the victorious campaigns and creative agencies. On to the fall campaign!
✔️ Sarah Huckabee Sanders – Governor, Arkansas
✔️ Ted Budd – U.S. Senate, North Carolina (Club for Growth)
✔️ Joe O’Dea – U.S. Senate, Colorado
✔️ Sen. John Thune – U.S. Senate, South Dakota
✔️ Herschel Walker – U.S. Senate, Georgia
✔️ Chris Carr – Attorney General, Georgia (Peachtree Values)
✔️ Raul Labrador – Attorney General, Idaho (Club for Growth)
✔️ Bo Hines – U.S. House, North Carolina, 13th District (Club for Growth)
✔️ Rep. Frank Lucas – U.S. House, Oklahoma, 3rd District
✔️ Rep. Mary Miller – U.S. House, Illinois, 15th District (Club for Growth)
✔️ Nathaniel Moran – U.S. House, Texas, 1st District
✔️ Rep. Pete Sessions – U.S. House, Texas, 17th District
✔️ Rep. Alex Mooney – U.S. House, West Virginia, 2nd District (Club for Growth)
✔️ Ellen Weaver – Superintendent of Education, South Carolina (School Freedom Fund)