political victories require a great team...
The Reeds are a great team.
Admired for its scientifically-guided political instincts, respected
for its ability to assemble the right players, and intimidating
for its fundraising prowess, The Reeds PRC knows how to chart
out and deliver a political victory.
On Nov. 7, 2007, The Dallas Morning News
recapped the dramatic victory of the Vote No! Save the Trinity
The News' article offered insights into how the greatest
grassroots effort in the history of Dallas proved no match for
the Vote No! campaign's resources, supporters, messages and materials
— all of which were orchestrated by The Reeds, Public Relations
In summary, the newspaper also profiled "other high-profile
elections" in Dallas:
• American Airlines Center bond election
• Trinity River Corridor project bond election
• Dallas police pay referendum (2002)
• Strong-mayor referendum (2004)
• Strong-mayor referendum (2005)
Yes, you guessed it.
Even though The Dallas Morning News didn't come right
out and say it, the victories in all of these political
campaigns were also managed by The Reeds.
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studies. You'll come away with a better understanding
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will have to forgive me," she told him, raising her hands
to touch his face, "but I never thought I would live to see
the day when we would elect a black mayor of the city of Dallas."
Unidentified, blind, 94-year-old black woman to then-Dallas Mayor
Ron Kirk (shown at left)
in Dallas Observer