main street Radio Ads

We take full advantage of radio's unique creative potential to produce truly memorable spots.

Radio can be an important – and cost-effective – medium in many political campaigns. It is a relatively efficient, impactful and inexpensive way for Democrats to reach many key demographic groups, especially African-Americans and Latinos. Because it can be more precisely targeted, radio can also be a cost-effective way of building name ID and delivering a message among voters who spend a lot of time in their cars, which makes it especially potent in districts with many commuters. You will find our radio ads are especially creative; we use humor, music, pop culture – anything to cut through the clutter of a crowded market and make a lasting impression. Here are just a few examples:

Brochin: "No, No, No"

McIntyre: "On the Beach"

Coffey: "Auction"

Hicks: "My Son is Dead"

Kaptur: "Moving Truck"

McGair: "Maltese Chicken"

Wynn: "Get Up, Stand Up"

Dann: "Sleeping"

McGraw: "Man Named McGraw"

FL Dems: "Halloween"

Hattery: "Lifestyles"

American Joe: "Barney Fife"

American Joe: "Champ"

GNYHA: "Heart Attack"

Yarmuth: "Different Direction"