For the 2022 midterms, The Sexton Group once again proudly worked alongside talented consulting teams, independent expenditures and dozens of candidates across the country on their way to winning campaigns. From school board races in California to the US Senate seat in Pennsylvania, residents were empowered through our mix of voting information, timely messaging and culturally-competent translation services.

This was also a milestone cycle for state legislative seats. In Nevada, we helped to elect Duy Nguyen, the first ever Vietnamese immigrant elected to the NV Assembly, and worked to  increase Democratic majorities in the Assembly and State Senate. In Illinois, we launched talk and text projects for Nabeela Syed, who at 24 will be the first Muslim and Indian-American member in the history of the IL General Assembly. 

We also played a key role in the campaign for Karen Bass, who won her re-election for Mayor of Los Angeles after being outspent nearly 10 to 1 by her opponent.

In the US House, we worked to elect Delia Ramirez, the first person of Guatemalan descent to Congress. Additionally we picked up 1 seat in Ohio’s 1st district (Greg Landsman), and protected incumbents in IL, NY, NJ, NV, and VA. 

Last week, we finished strong alongside Southern Poverty Law Center and made calls and texts into Georgia, helping to get Rev. Raphael Warnock over the line in the runoff.

Outside of electoral candidates, The Sexton Group successfully collaborated on ballot initiative campaigns that banned Right to Work in Illinois, improved city infrastructure in San Diego, and defeated harmful initiatives funded by dark money interests.

All in all, The Sexton Group engaged in over 8 million calls, 13 million texts, as well as 12.5 million robocalls and 70,000 patch-thru calls & 50 Tele-town Halls this year.

We would love the opportunity to work alongside your team, campaign, or independent expenditure in future cycles, no matter the challenge. Shoot us an email today and let us help you find your voice by reaching voters where they are: on their phones.

By Published On: January 8, 2023