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Last Friday night Devine Mulvey Longabaugh took home the Reed Award for “TOUGHEST AD OF 2014” presented by Campaigns & Elections Magazine in Las Vegas.


You can see the winning ad, “One Story” for the Bobby McKenzie campaign, here.


The spot tells the true story of 101-year-old Texana Hollis’ forceful eviction from her home of 50 years. The Washington Post called it “one of the most brutal attack ads you’ll ever see”. M-Live.com said the viewer is “riveted” by the story, and factually gets “no foul” in tying Bobby’s opponent to the foreclosure crisis.



The Washington Post sat down with Tad Devine earlier this week regarding a potential Bernie Sanders 2016 campaign for President.


“If he runs, I’m going to help him,” Devine said in an interview. “He is not only a longtime client but a friend. I believe he could deliver an enormously powerful message that the country is waiting to hear right now and do it in a way that succeeds.”





The Washington Post called political newcomer Bobby McKenzie’s attack ad on Michigan’s foreclosure king Dave Trott, “one of the most brutal attack ads you’ll ever see”.



M-Live.com said the viewer is “riveted” watching the ad, noting the ad was truthful and gets “no foul” in tying David Trott to the foreclosure crisis.




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