David Taylor Wins GOP Primary in OH-02

By FP1 Strategies

FP1 congratulates businessman David Taylor on winning the Republican primary in Ohio’s 2nd Congressional District. FP1 is proud to have served as Taylor’s general consultant, media and direct mail firm during this highly competitive primary in southern Ohio. By winning this election, Taylor has essentially punched his ticket to Congress in this heavily conservative district.

“David Taylor won this GOP primary because he outworked the field,” said FP1 Partner Corry Bliss. “David and his wife put in countless hours talking to voters and earning their support. We’re proud of the overall strategy and voter contact programs we executed for David. But he put his heart and soul into this race and earned a decisive victory the hard way. We are honored to be on David’s team and are confident he will be an effective Congressman for Ohio.”

“David Taylor is an outsider and successful businessman who will always put America First,” said FP1 Managing Director Michael Young. “We developed an integrated television, radio and direct mail campaign that defined David as tough on border security and as a conservative fighter who will stand with President Trump against the establishment elites that have sold out hardworking Ohio families. We need more people like David Taylor in Congress, and our team at FPI is proud to have been a part of this winning campaign.”

FP1 designed and executed a $1.8 million voter contact program for David Taylor that included four television ads, two radio ads and 16 pieces of direct mail.

Watch and listen to our television and radio ads from the race:


FP1 has a proven track record in the Buckeye State. We served as the media consultant to former U.S. Senator Rob Portman’s trendsetting reelection campaign in 2016. We have produced the advertising for Congressman Dave Joyce’s campaigns since 2020. We worked for Congressman Brad Wenstrup, who is retiring from Congress this year, and we helped elect former Congressman Steve Chabot in 2018 and 2020 and Congressman Troy Balderson in 2018.




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