Conservative voters discerning between candidates have started paying close attention to general consultants. Primaries are finally settled and we’re examining them. This week we’ll look at how consultants performed in contested House races.
First we look at total wins by each consultant.
Taking only consultants with at least 4 clients winnows our list to 11 consultants/groups. They are listed at the bottom of this post.
Some of these races were more competitive than others. Tomorrow we will see who performed in competitive races.
|Murphy Turner Associates||13||9||69.23%|
|Allyn & Company||2||4||50.00%|
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Jordan Berry – Bryan Hughes, Jim Landtroop, Charles Perry, Scott Sanford, David Simpson, Drew Springer, James White, Bill Zedler – 87.5%
Kevin Brannon – Craig Goldman, Stephanie Klick, Matt Rinaldi, Ron Simmons, Steve Toth, Scott Turner – 83.33%
Allen Blakemore – Dwayne Bohac, John Davis, Dan Huberty, Jim Murphy, Ryan Sitton – 80%
Ted Delisi – Rob Eissler, Ralph Sheffield, Paul Workman – 50%
Todd Smith – Doc Anderson, Trent Ashby, Bill Callegari, Sid Miller – 75%
Murphy Turner Associates – Greg Bonnen, Roger Burns, Mike Hamilton, Harvey Hilderbran, Ken King, Doug Miller, Steve Nguyen, Chris Paddie, Raul Pineda, Jim Pitts, Ken Sapp, Joe Straus, Ed Thompson
Luke Macias – Matt Beebe, Giovanni Capriglione, Matt Krause, Stuart Spitzer, Jonathan Stickland
Allyn & Company – Amber Fulton, Diane Patrick, Jim Pruitt, Jason Villalba
Bryan Eppstein – Dwayne Bohac, Byron Cook, Roger Fisher, Trent McKnight, John Otto, Bennett Ratliff, Allan Ritter, James Smith, Joe Straus, Susan Todd, Vicki Truitt
Reb Wayne – Marva Beck, Jon Cole, Michael Leyman, Mary Lookadoo, Tommy Merritt, Barbara Nash
CORRECTION: The original post relied on primary-source data from the Texas Ethics Commission and Mike Hailey’s Capitol Inside. Based on input from consultants and campaigns, we are continuing to update the data. We appreciate the information!