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Building A Better Community … Literally

May 23rd, 2019

Hubbell Communications founder and CEO Ward Hubbell took part in the official groundbreaking for a new middle school in Lake Oswego. The project is the result of the $200 million bond passed by voters in 2017 – a campaign run by Hubbell Communications. Author: Ward Hubbell, President of Hubbell Communications Many of you who work [...]

3 Examples of Winning Political Public Relations Campaigns

May 15th, 2019

If there’s one topic that can start a fire in a crowd, it’s politics. We’re living in a time where political divisions and strong, impenetrable opinions are common. In this type of environment, public relations can be tough for both businesses and organizations. One misstep can put you on everyone’s naughty list. So how do you navigate politically dangerous waters without causing too much disruption among the crowds? You need to adopt diplomatic tactics.  […]

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Managing a Campaign to Victory

January 3rd, 2019

Our firm has long been active in managing local ballot measure campaigns.  From school bond measures to ballot measures around local zoning, spending authority, energy utility management and other issues, we are proud that our team has won every one of the campaigns that we have managed. While each campaign is unique – unique voters, [...]

What we’ve learned about Campaign Management

November 13th, 2014

Nov 13, 2014 Welcome to another issue of Hubbell Communications’ Lagniappe. Channeling our southern roots, we co-opted this term – frequently used down in the ‘Big Easy’ – as the title of our periodic communique. Our purpose is simply to give you a little something extra by sharing some of the things we learn through [...]

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