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Earlier this month, Campaigns & Elections announced winners of the Reed Awards—the most sought-after honors of the political campaign industry. We were thrilled to note just how many of our partners and customers were honored for their great work and wanted to share a few of the winners across a variety of categories and areas of expertise.


NationBuilder is fortunate to have such a massive, talented ecosystem of partners designing beautiful themes built for action. Doing this work is no trivial task—it requires savvy engagement strategies coupled with an aesthetic that helps create the strongest possible narrative.

As a testament to their audacious efforts, certified NationBuilder Agency Tectonica was recognized for their implementation of the wildly successful La République En Marche—Emmanuel Macron’s newly-formed political party that changed the dynamic of French politics.

In fact, Tectonica snagged not one but two Reed awards for La République En Marche: Best European & Best International Website. They also picked up the Best Action Center and Grassroots Website award for their outstanding work with We Are All America.

Be sure to read more on how Tectonica conceptualized and executed both initiatives in their words.


More kudos to certified Architect Hines Digital for a well-deserved Reed honoring their work in email engagement strategy. The Best Use of Automation or Personalization in Email was awarded to Ian Hines and his team for increasing campaign donations with automated personalization.

Hines Digital is well-known for tailored, dashboard-oriented design baked into political websites, which have nabbed top honors at the Reeds for two years running.

Customers & Campaigns

Our customer community saw wins for effective days of action as well as organization management. Congratulations to American Heart Association on their Best Lobby Day​ victory for You’re the Cure on the Hill Lobby, and to Children’s Hospital Association for winning Non-Profit Grassroots Organization of the Year (Speak Now for Kids).

We look forward to even more to celebrate in 2019! Check out the full list of winners here.

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