About Wampold Strategies
Wampold Strategies is a full-service direct mail and advocacy firm, winning elections for Democratic candidates, passing ballot measures and advocating progressive causes since 2005. Our services include strategic planning, message development, graphic design, photography, demographic targeting, production, printing, fulfillment and delivery to the post office.
In addition to direct mail, Wampold Strategies offers assistance on the development and implementation of grassroots communication networks for membership organizations, associations and advocacy groups.
Wampold Strategies has won races and ballot initiatives in 31 states. Notable clients and initiatives include:
- Amendment 1: Florida’s Water and Land Conservation, the largest land conservation measure in U.S. history
- Public Question 2: Open Space and Water Quality Dedication (NJ)
- U.S. Senator Jim Webb (VA)
- U.S. Senator Amy Klobuchar (MN)
- Mayor Mitch Landrieu (New Orleans)
- Mayor Shirley Franklin, Atlanta’s first black female mayor
- Mayor Mark Stodola (Little Rock)
- Mayor Bob Coble (Columbia)
- Mayor Kip Holden, Baton Rouge’s first black mayor
- In 2011, Wampold Strategies elected Bill John Baker Chief of the Cherokee Nation, the largest tribe in the U.S., coming from 42 points down to unseat a 12-year entrenched incumbent.
- Wampold Strategies also helped mastermind the unlikely rejection of the 2011 “Personhood Amendment” in Mississippi by a 58–42 margin.
Wampold Strategies has also achieved an outstanding record of passing open space initiatives. Working primarily with The Trust for Public Land and other conservation organizations, Wampold Strategies has won 64 conservation measures, including the largest measure ever passed in U.S. history.