On Tuesday, Gov.-Elect Ron DeSantis and incoming First Lady Casey DeSantis announced the 2019 Inaugural Committee, which includes Consensus Co-Founder Tre’ Evers. The committee will play a critical role inorganizing inclusive inaugural events which reflect the diversity and uniqueness of our great state, according to the announcement.
Recently, Evers was once again named to FloridaPolitics.com‘s INFLUENCE 100, joining the ranks of the top political movers and shakers in the state – professionals who have been, and still are, key to Florida’s political landscape.
To the relief of TV viewers everywhere, the 2018 election cycle (with its seemingly endless parade of 30-second ads) came to a close Tuesday night. This cycle saw several statewide amendments take center-stage as some of the most hotly-contested items on the ballot.
Statewide Constitutional Amendments and Local Bond Referenda Consensus created strategy and communications for some of Florida’s most notable amendment campaigns.
YES on Amendment 3 | Voter Control of Gambling
Chairman, Chief Strategist and Spokesman: John Sowinski
Media Consulting: Ryan Houck
A special note: The passage of Amendment 3 marks the culmination of many years of legal, legislative and communication strategy led by our own John Sowinski. John’s tireless work to restore voter control of gambling is both historic and heartfelt. We’re immensely proud of him.
Amendment 10 | State and Local Government Structure and Operation
Florida Sheriffs Association Educational Campaign
Strategist: Tre’ Evers
NO on Amendment 1 | Increased Homestead Property Tax Exemption
General Consulting and Media Consulting: Ryan Houck
Educational Campaign: Pasco County Bond Referenda
General Consulting, Digital and Social: Dana Loncar
Web Development: Dan Cunningham
Educational Campaign: City of Oakland Park – General Obligation Bond Referendum
General Consulting: Ryan Houck
Direct Mail: Tre’ Evers
Digital: Andrew Sutton
Educational Campaign: City of Pompano Beach – General Obligation Bond Referenda