Michael Bloomberg's Mayors Against Gun Violence fueled TV ad campaigns while the NRA stuck more to lobbying.
'Good thing the government exchange isn't the only place to buy health insurance,' says ads from company.
Little monsters revolt after Obama tries to make health-care problem disappear with words.
Conservative group turns one of America's most beloved icons into nightmare fodder.
Strategists and managers eager to see if Obama's data-centric approach in 2012 can work for smaller elections.
Kantar expects 'Obamacare'-related advertising to be key component of pre-midterm ad battle.
Porter Novelli's Catherine Kiki McLean, best known for her work with the Clintons, is stepping down and moving into a counselor role at the agency.
Mayors Against Illegal Guns may have swayed public opinion, but ads didn't move Senate.
Speaking at the 4A's conference, political power couple notes that Romney lived up to brand image he didn't create.
Former NMS CEO Pete Snyder is running for office -- and breaking a few political advertising rules.
Illinois state Rep. Robin Kelly won a primary with a little help from New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg.
Video released by gun group points to armed security for president, children.
Facing an onslaught of TV and radio ads, candidate Bridget McCormack spent 51% of her ad budget on Facebook in the final five days.
For this political ad guy, being called up to move to Boston for four months, seven days a week to work for the Romney for President campaign was like "getting called up to the Yankees as they're heading into the World Series."
The Romney camp hopes its files will be valuable source of information, showing the party what worked and what didn't.
Last week I asked you to spot the subject line that did not come from the Obama campaign's voluminous emails. Today we have a winner.
Obama and others push for regulations on some of the very tactics they use to get elected.
CEO's discussion of costs of Obamacare could have been a hero moment, rather than demagoguery.
Reality for restaurant industry is PR minefield as it considers cutting employee hours, increasing prices.
Big Tent contributors debate whether ad industry will note the 'demographic shellacking' the GOP took this election?