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Sagac Receives Three National Pollie Awards by the AAPC, earning our 100th Industry Award

For Immediate Release

June 2, 2022

Contact: Jeri Richardson


San Juan, Puerto Rico – Sagac Public Affairs received three Pollie Awards at this year’s Annual Pollie Awards ceremony hosted by the American Association of Political Consultants (AAPC) on May 19.

“As always, it is a privilege and an honor to accept the awards on behalf of the firm,” said Jeri Richardson, Sagac partner and chief creative officer. “We’re honored to have our client work recognized by our peers in the industry.”

The Pollie Awards, often referred to as the “Oscars of political advertising,” are the most esteemed award in our industry and recognize creative work on a national level. The AAPC hosts the Pollie Awards annually to honor excellence, originality, and standout communications in the political and public affairs campaigning marketplace. Learn more about the Pollie Awards here.

“Receiving three Pollies is a great example of how our talented team continues to be a national leader in innovation and achievement for political communications and fundraising activities,” said Trey Richardson, Sagac’s managing partner. “In the midst of a challenging year, it was a positive reminder that leaning in works.”

This year’s wins bring Sagac’s total to 97 Pollie Awards since 2011, and marks our 100th Industry Award. Sagac is proud to have the work we create on behalf of our clients recognized on a national level, and we want to thank all our clients for their trust and partnership over the past year.

Below is a complete list of Sagac’s 2022 Pollie Award wins:

GOLD: Best Fundraising Gift with Donation: ACC Lapel Pins & Card

SILVER: Best Use of Fundraising for PAC: GM PAC Fundraising Campaign

BRONZE: Best Use of Trade Association Fundraising: ASCO Path of the PAC

About Sagac Public Affairs

Sagac Public Affairs is a national company providing communications, research, fundraising and management solutions to America’s top political professionals in the corporate, association and advocacy market.

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