We are proud of the organizations, campaigns, and causes we have worked with in the past decade. At OnSight, we view every job as an opportunity to continue learning, achieving, and winning.
Albus Brooks for City Council
Andrew Romanoff for Congress
Andrew Shoemaker for Boulder City Council
Center for Western Priorities
Chris Hansen for CD6
Colorado Commits to Kids / Yes on Amendment 66
Elise Jones for Boulder County Commissioner
Hancock for Denver
Hickenlooper for Colorado
Keep Colorado Local
Look Before We Leap
Mary Seawell for Great Schools
Perlmutter for Colorado
Restoring Arizona’s Future
Salazar for Congress
Udall for Colorado
Yes for Prospect Parks/Save Applewood Golf Course
Yes on 1A for DIA
Center for Western Priorities
Coloradans for Alternatives to the Death Penalty
Colorado Environmental Coalition
Colorado Children’s Campaign
Colorado Conservation Voters
Colorado Consumer Health Initiative
Colorado County Clerks
Colorado Forum Fiscal Policy Project
Colorado Legacy Foundation
Colorado Licensed Beverage Association
Colorado Pedals Project
Colorado River Outfitters
Connect for Health Colorado
Democrats for Education Reform
Denver Post Community Foundation
Douglas County Federation
Electrification Coalition Foundation
Great Schools Denver
Internet Innovation Alliance
Jeffco Outdoors Foundation
No More Empty Promises
Pedal The Plains
Ride The Rockies
Team Type I
Western Conservation Foundation
Colorado Civic Engagement Roundtable
Colorado Office of Economic Development (OED)
New Venture Fund
Outdoor Heritage Consulting
Paddington Station School
Project New West
USA Pro Cycling Challenge
Our favorite messages and our favorite people often share the same qualities: they’re authentic, original, and honest. They’re often funny, genuine, and smart. They suit the moment, and are clear and genuine. At OnSight, we develop messages with these qualities because anything less, in today’s loud world, goes unheard.
Navigating the public sector is no small task. Each administration and department has it’s own structure, it’s own personalities, and it’s own pace. We put a premium on providing accurate information for our clients, always assisting them in their efforts to build strong relationships with an ever-changing roster of leaders and directors.
Regardless, you are driven to reach this goal. And we are driven to work with you to identify a path for you to succeed. We specialize in the development of effective and simple strategic plans capable of driving a campaign forward. And, through this process, we will not only identify a solution to each challenge in front of you, we will be there to help you overcome them one by one.
On a campaign, every hour of every day is spent planning an event, building a crowd, delivering a message, and managing a budget. This training has given each of us a devout love for that moment after the last person has left when we are able to acknowledge a wildly successful event from every perspective. We would love to work with you to design and manage a successful event.
OnSight Public Affairs was founded in 2009 by political veterans who understood that their training and success in managing projects, budgets, communications (both traditional and new media) and outreach under pressure and tight deadlines would naturally benefit a wide array of projects for private, public and non-profit organizations.
Our team has decades of experience in the traditional and new-media worlds. We have extensive relationships within — and understanding of — Colorado’s media markets. As a full-service communications and creative agency, OnSight has the in-house resources and expertise your project demands.
We have particular expertise in political campaigns and public policy surrounding health care, education, the environment, bike advocacy, brewing, and in working with minority communities. One of our combined strengths is the ability to conduct and decipher research in order to develop timely solutions for various public policy or marketing efforts with which we have only a passing a familiarity or that pose unique challenges.
We are good at what we do because we are creative, dedicated and forward-thinking. We are strategists, musicians, media experts, travelers, designers, Eagle Scouts, and mountain bikers. For any given project we can mix-and-match skill sets and approaches that, when combined, create outstanding results for our clients.
Don't let the love of bikes and beer and the laid-back demeanor fool you. The team at OnSight is a powerhouse when it comes to delivering public affairs and communications results in Colorado. From big challenges to small projects, they are exceptional when it comes to devising a plan, delivering results, and having a good time doing it."
OnSight was instrumental in creating our event’s brand and shaping its culture. Their team demonstrated a keen understanding of all social media platforms and helped to make the ride an interactive experience. We look forward to partnering with OnSight for years to come.
Officially launched three years ago by founding partners Mike Melanson (respected pollster and strategist) and Ben Davis (political operative)...this self-described “public affairs” company is a hybrid of public relations and government relations—polling, messaging, schmoozing, closing. And they have been doing very well. OnSight has been the consultant team behind projects such as U.S. Senator Mark Udall’s successful 2008 election, John Hickenlooper’s gubernatorial campaign, and more recently, the incredibly successful USA Pro Cycling Challenge.
OnSight has been a great team to work with, and their knowledge of online communication has continually impressed us. OnSight set strong goals and not only met, but exceeded them—whether it be increasing fundraising capacity or growing our list size. We’re excited to work with them on Ed’s re-election campaign.
OnSight understands western voters and communities, are able to reach those audiences in new and innovative ways, and are true team-players on our projects day in and day out.
It doesn't get any better than this! OnSight's creative, team-oriented approach consistently produces results for CLBA. They guided us through an overhaul of our brand, built us a new website, and make sure we are successful under the gold dome year after year."
December 22, 2016
December 15, 2016
Yesterday, Google released its 16th Annual Year in Search, an in-depth look at the stories, people, and topics that captured the world’s attention this year. Below are the Top Trending searches, news/events, people, films and “near me” that Denver wanted to know more about in 2016. Top-trending Denver searches 2016: COPA America…
November 9, 2016
Sadly, Amendment 72 did not pass in Colorado last night. Philip Morris steamrolled this election with a $17 million advertising blitz that deceived voters about Amendment 72. Having been outspent 14 to 1 on advertising, we couldn’t overcome Philip Morris’ smear campaign. This is a major setback for Colorado in…
November 8, 2016
It’s official: Colorado voters have chosen to make the state’s primary elections more fair and inclusive. The approval of both Propositions 107 and 108 has ensured that more than 1 million unaffiliated voters will now have the ability to participate in primaries. “This is a big win for…
November 4, 2016
Contact: Curtis Hubbard (303) 908-2378 email@example.com Hillary Clinton holds a 5-point lead over Donald Trump on the eve of the 2016 election, according to a Keating Research/OnSight Public Affairs poll released today. In a poll of 605 likely voters, Clinton leads Trump 43% to 38%, while Democratic Sen. Michael Bennet…
October 25, 2016
The Yes on 107 and 108 campaign to reinstate a presidential primary and open all primaries to unaffiliated voters released a new ad to remind voters that inclusion isn’t just a nice idea; it’s on the ballot. The new ad, called “Inclusion” showcases how great ideas — from the wheel,…
October 18, 2016
Big Tobacco — not an industry known for sticking to the truth under pressure — is spending $10 million dollars to mislead voters about Amendment 72. We want to give you the tools to answer questions you might be getting from family and friends about why they should vote YES…
October 9, 2016
Make no mistake: smoking is a deadly addiction that kills more Coloradans than alcohol, AIDS, car accidents, illegal drugs, murders and suicides combined. For decades, tobacco companies have successfully lured kids into a lifelong addiction, even though one in three youth smokers will die prematurely because of it. The Yes on…
September 26, 2016
Ad to run on digital platforms, in TV markets across Colorado DENVER — Today, Let Colorado Vote, the campaign dedicated to building consensus for policies to increase voter access and participation, launched its first advertisement of the election season. “Can we play?” highlights the unfairness of Colorado’s current election systems that limit…
September 15, 2016
Big tobacco is at it again, spending millions to push out a campaign of deceit. The tobacco industry has purchased nearly $7.7 million of television and radio time for commercials in Colorado to divert attention from the purpose of Amendment 72, which is to save lives, reduce smoking and stop thousands…
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