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SKDKnickerbocker recognized by the State of Politics for Pollie Wins

SKDKnickerbocker received 10 Pollie awards from the American Association of Political Consultants, including gold in “Overall Television Campaign for a Ballot Initiative and Referendum” for the Washington United for Marriage TV campaign produced by Jennifer Cunningham. Click here to read the full article.

SKDKnickerbocker Wins Pollies for 7 Different Campaigns at 2013 AAPC Awards

Political consulting firm is recognized for excellence in TV ad production and direct mail in 2012 cycle Washington, D.C., April 9, 2013–SKDKnickerbocker (SKDK) was proud to receive ten Pollies for television and direct mail by the American Association of Political Consultants (AAPC). The Pollie Awards are the top political consulting industry awards recognizing excellence in

Audrey Gelman Joins SKDKnickerbocker

Former Deputy Communications Director to Manhattan Borough President Scott Stringer and Press Aide to Sen. Hillary Clinton brings top-level communications and campaign experience (NEW YORK)– SKDKnickerbocker, one of the nation’s leading political consulting and strategic communications companies, today announced that Audrey Gelman, former Deputy Director of Communications to Manhattan Borough President Scott Stringer, has joined

Respect for Marriage Coalition Releases New Ad Produced by SKDKnickerbocker

SKDKnickerbocker was proud to produce the Respect for Marriage Coalition’s latest ad. The release of the ad, covered in Politico, “features regular American talking about their gay and lesbian relatives and friends.” The ad is part of a larger, $1 million paid media campaign in support of same-sex marriage. Click here to read the rest

NYC City Council Speaker Christine Quinn Launches Campaign for NYC Mayor with Video Produced by SKDKnickerbocker and Mark Guma

On Sunday, March 10th, NYC City Council Speaker Christine Quinn formally announced that she would be running for Mayor of New York City with a five-minute biographical spot produced by SKDKnickerbocker and Mark Guma. The NY Times called it a “glossy biographical video” in which the candidate is seen as “warm” and “welcoming.” Referencing the

SKDKnickerbocker is Proud to have Produced the Respect for Marriage Coalition’s Paid Media Effort in Support of Marriage Equality

The Respect for Marriage Coalition launched a new, bipartisan paid media effort in support of marriage equality. Produced by SKDKnickerbocker, the coalition’s advertising includes national TV spots, digital advertising, and print ads that have appeared in the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, the Washington Post and others. The coalition’s TV ads and full-page