Advocacy Ink

We get your issue the ink you need to win.

Advocacy Ink is a full-service public relations firm located in the metro D.C. area. Our clients include authors, organizations, issue campaigns, and candidates. Our mission is to advance free market principles and the client’s PR goals.

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Advocacy Ink will get your issue the “ink” you need to win – by the column inch, online and over the airwaves.  We’re proud of our track record and our clients’ efforts to further free market principles and their organizations’ goals.  Armed with our media relationships and your message, we’ll help you succeed.  Contact us today for a proposal and our media menu, including:

  • Op-ed placement
  • Targeted talk radio shows
  • Press conference planning
  • Television interviews
  • Editorial board briefings
  • New media strategies and placement
  • Book tours and film screening promotions

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What We Do

Advocacy Ink has an extensive background with non-profit organizations, authors and political campaigns.  We maximize your budget while maintaining a focused and consistent message.  We work across all platforms of media: print, TV, radio, blogs, online ads, and 3rd party e-mail advertising.  

Press Releases

Memo to the mayor: As Chicago teachers continue strike, here's what Rahm should do at the negotiating table

Chicago, IL - Illinois Policy Institute CEO John Tillman released the following statement regarding the Chicago Teachers Union strike:

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Chicago teachers enter third day of strike, and new data begs the question: Are average Chicago teachers overpaid?

Chicago, IL - Today marks the third strike day for Chicago teachers. The Chicago teacher salary average of $71,000 has been an eye-opener across the nation, and now new data prompts the question: Are Chicago teachers overpaid?

News: Illinois Policy Institute statement on Chicago Teachers Union strike; IPI experts available for interviews

 

Chicago, IL - Illinois Policy Institute CEO John Tillman released the following statement after Chicago Teachers Union announced a teacher strike starting Monday morning:

Illinois Policy Institute statement on Chicago Teachers Union strike; IPI experts available for interviews

Chicago, IL - Illinois Policy Institute CEO John Tillman released the following statement after Chicago Teachers Union announced a teacher strike starting Monday morning:

News: Palin endorses Steelman and her Contract with Missouri

Rolla, MO -- Governor Sarah Palin addressed one thousand people at the Steelman Surge BBQ at The Berry Patch in Cleveland, Missouri (pop. 592) yesterday, despite the heat and short notice. Gov.

News: Steelman Distributes "Contract with Missouri" Outlining Specific Plans and Action Items

Steelman Distributes "Contract with Missouri" Outlining Specific Plans and Action Items

Rolla, MO - Sarah Steelman will spend the final days of the campaign distributing her "Contract with Missouri," outlining the specific, concrete actions she will take when elected to the U.S. Senate.

Gov. Palin's robocall message, TV ad endorsing Sarah Steelman released statewide

Rolla, MO -- Gov. Sarah Palin has recorded a one-minute telephone message endorsing Sarah Steelman in the Republican U.S. Senate primary. The full audio endorsement appears here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jMBxGMTM9yU

US Senate candidate Steelman comments on news of Sen. McCaskill shunning DNC

U.S. Senate candidate Sarah Steelman issued the following statement after learning that Senator Claire McCaskill will not attend the Democratic National Convention in Charlotte:

Rural legislator Rep. Jason Smith shocked that U.S. Senate Candidate and St. Louis Multimillionaire has given huge sums of money to radical animal rights group; Ten thousand dollars is a lot of money where I come from

Missouri State Rep. Jason Smith (R-150) released the following statement upon learning of U.S. Senate candidate John Brunner's charitable contributions:

Howey/DePauw University poll: Mourdock up 10

Indianapolis - Today the final independent poll in the race for the Republican nomination for U.S. Senate, conducted jointly by Howey Politics and DePauw University, was released, giving State Treasurer Richard Mourdock a 10-point lead over 36-year incumbent Senator Dick Lugar.