Winning Mark
We help progressive campaigns win.
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We help protect the planet.

We help protect the planet.

Humans aren’t going to be able to relocate to another planet anytime soon, so we work to protect the one we have.

We helped Renew Oregon generate thousands of emails from constituents to targeted legislators.

We helped Renew Oregon generate thousands of emails from constituents to targeted legislators.

We Said NO to Coal

Renew Oregon was a new coalition organized to create state-based policies that fight climate change. We ran the digital campaign that helped Oregon become the first state to go entirely coal-free, with no coal-generated power by 2030.

Thank you for all your hard work this session. One of the particularly scary things to the utilities (that brought them to the table) was our digital game. They praised it over and over.
— Brad Reed, Director of Communications, Renew Oregon

We Protect America's Special Places

Working with national advocacy groups and site-based coalitions across the American West, Winning Mark has helped build an online campaign to advocate for permanent protection of irreplaceable land, wildlife corridors and places of priceless beauty and cultural significance. The campaign has raised awareness, built and engaged audiences of supporters and made their voices heard in the administration and Congress. The result: new and expanded national monument designations for places like Gold Butte, Bears Ears, and Cascade Siskiyou.

Winning Mark helped us deploy an ambitious digital strategy adeptly and swiftly with plenty of savvy and energy.
— Heidi Hagemeier, The Campaign for the Owyhee Canyonlands


We Helped Make Sierra Club an Impact Player

In 2008, Winning Mark was part of the direct mail team that helped Sierra Club make its voice heard in the 2008 presidential election. In addition, Winning Mark worked with Sierra Club on Congressional, Senate and state races in the 2008 and a number of other election cycles. Our direct mail helped elevate the environment into an impact issue by linking it to jobs, climate change and the day-to-day life of the communities we were communicating in.