About The Project

Period: January – June, 2014

Client: Attorney Ralph Kaelble

Subject: Political Race

The 2014 June election brought one of the biggest district attorney races Tulare County has seen in many years. The incumbent Tim Ward was fighting to keep his position against defense lawyer and newcomer to the political race Ralph F. Kaelble.

My Goals & Objectives

Tulare County is still very traditional when it comes to politics and Since Mr. Kaelble was new to the Tulare County political scene the biggest objective was to introduce him to as many people, both from events, traditional marketing.


Working with the DMI Agency team at the time on this project, my challenge was to help his online presence gain traction in a county where social media is not mainstream.

The Process

Below are the tactics that I used before, during, and after the event.

  • Social Media Marketing: For 6 months I helped create content. As election night came closer, I was given full access to create more content on a frequent basis.


  • Social Media Ads: With a solid budget ad budget, I was able to geo-target voters with ads in different parties, age groups, and what types of campaigns they supported.


  • Video Creation/Editing: I helped edit and create video content for the Facebook page after many interviews and debates.


  • Online Monitoring: Every day during the campaign, I monitored for content about my client and the opposition, for both positive and negative news in mainstream media and social media sites.


Below are the results:

  • 276,735 People Reached
  • 733,940 Impressions
  • 22,887 People Engaged
  • 46,662 Web Clicks


While Mr. Kaelble didn’t win the election, we did win the online presence overall with the results above.