We create modern political ads that support progressive causes and candidates for office.
TURN VIRGINIA BLUE
One Vote At A Time raised over $36,000 to create campaign videos for 19 progressive candidates for the Virginia House of Delegates in the November 2017 election.
10 of our candidates won! 2 more races are in recounts.
One Vote At A Time made campaign ads for the following House of Delegates candidates: Elizabeth Guzman, Jennifer Carroll Foy, John Bell, Dawn Adams, Danica Roem, Lee Carter, Debra Rodman, Shelley Simonds, Josh Cole, Wendy Gooditis, David Reid, Kathy Tran, Stefanie Cook, Angela Lynn, Katie Sponsler, Tristan Shields, Cori Johnson, Jamaal Johnston, and Kelly DeLucia.
Compelling campaign ads help these small campaigns in Virginia talk about the issues, expand their reach to more voters, and WIN.
Elizabeth Guzman won her race for Virginia's House of Delegates in the 31st district! She is a social worker, mother, and a fierce advocate for her community.
Directed by Sarah Ullman; Produced by Mara Tasker.
Paid for by One Vote At A Time, Authorized by Elizabeth Guzman for Delegate.
John Bell currently represents Virginia's 87th district in the Virginia House of Delegates. He won his race for re-election! He's fighting for access to health care and services for people fighting opioid addiction. This issue is a personal one for Delegate Bell; his son is in recovery from opioid addiction.
Directed by Mara Tasker; Produced by Sarah Ullman.
Paid for by One Vote At A Time, Authorized by John Bell for Delegate.
Jennifer Carroll Foy won her race for the House of Delegates in the 2nd district! She is a public defender, foster mom, and an advocate for Medicaid expansion, an issue which has affected her personally.
Directed by D'arby Rose. Produced by Mara Tasker and Sarah Ullman.
Paid for by One Vote At A Time; authorized by Jennifer Carroll Foy for Delegate.
Mary’s Story supports Question 1, the Nevada Background Checks for Gun Purchases Initiative. Mary Inman from Elko, NV, was murdered by her ex husband, a felon who should not have owned a gun. The video pairs her story with statistics about the intersection of gun and domestic violence. It was distributed on Facebook to Nevada voters. Question 1 passed by just over 9000 votes.
Directed by Sarah Ullman; Produced by Lauren Kushner and Sarah Ullman
Blood Money targeted Senators up for re-election in 2016 who had voted “no” on every piece of background checks legislation, sometimes as soon as 24 hours after a mass shooting. Produced for Joss Whedon’s SuperPAC Save The Day, we created five different videos targeting five different Senators and distributed the pieces to each respective state on Facebook using paid media.
Directed by Sarah Ullman; Produced by Joss Whedon and Ben Sheehan; Written by Ben Sheehan, Sarah Ullman, and Joss Whedon
#DoYourJob takes aim at Senate Republicans who refused to hold a confirmation hearing for Supreme Court nominee Merrick Garland. This video about political obstructionism garnered 200K shares and over 10.5M views.
Directed by Sarah Ullman; Produced by JASH, Sarah Ullman, and Vidme; Written by Bryan Cook