Congratulations to 2012’s Winning Campaigns

Nov 08, 2012

Just four years ago, Blue State Digital helped develop and execute the historic digital campaign that propelled Barack Obama to victory. Today, we’re proud to have helped the President win re-election – and to have supported campaigns around the country that swept Democrats to victory and won the freedom to marry in four new states.

Just four years ago, Blue State Digital helped develop and execute the historic digital campaign that propelled Barack Obama to victory. Today, we’re proud to have helped the President win re-election – and to have supported campaigns around the country that swept Democrats to victory and won the freedom to marry in four new states.

Congratulations to our winning campaigns of 2012:

  • President Barack Obama
  • Senator-elect Tammy Baldwin
  • Senator Sherrod Brown
  • Senator Maria Cantwell
  • Senator Diane Feinstein
  • Senator-elect Chris Murphy
  • Senator Jon Tester
  • Senator-elect Elizabeth Warren
  • Representative Ted Deutch
  • Representative-elect Tammy Duckworth
  • Representative-elect Lois Frankel
  • Representative Anne Kirkpatrick
  • Representative Stephen Lynch
  • Representative-elect Patrick Murphy
  • Representative Chellie Pingree
  • Representative Tim Ryan
  • Representative Paul Tonko
  • Representative Debbie Wasserman Schultz
  • Representative Louise Slaughter
  • Representative Henry Waxman
  • Freedom to Marry
  • The Four 2012
  • Marylanders for Marriage Equality

One Blue State Digital client is still awaiting the results of his race: Ami Bera (CA-7). Regardless of the final outcome, he deserves recognition for his hard work.

Additionally, we are proud to have supported the Democratic National Committee and the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee in their work to provide Democrats with the resources to compete against the special interests and corporations who poured millions into the 2012 campaign.

Finally, congratulations to the unsung heroes of every election: our brothers and sisters in the progressive and labor movements, including the NAACP -- who registered more than a half million voters this cycle -- and the AFL-CIO, the Communications Workers of America, and SEIU -- who turned out the vote for America’s working families.

Congratulations!