Monthly Archives: April 2013


Corridor Partners establishes concrete goals and clear metrics for every client investment to maximize impact on policy and electoral outcomes. Corridor reviews investment options for their potential short-term impact on advocacy and electoral objectives, evaluates cost effectiveness, and determines how each investment will inform future strategies and advance long-term objectives. Client investments are rigorously evaluated for impact and Corridor’s portfolio is adjusted each year to reflect lessons learned and best practices.


Corridor Partners helps clients invest in issue advocacy to advance and defend key policies. In collaboration with partner groups and campaign experts, Corridor designs advocacy campaigns, conducts targeting research, and assesses the efficacy of campaign strategies.

Corridor’s climate portfolio currently supports campaigns to adopt federal standards to reduce carbon pollution from power plants, to enact policies that promote energy efficiency and advanced energy, and to reduce reliance on fossil fuels.


Corridor Partners recommends electoral investments designed to further each client’s policy objectives and to maximize the impact of their spending. Corridor focuses on highly competitive races where smart investments can make the difference between winning and losing.

The climate portfolio invests in races to elect climate and energy champions and to defeat candidates who oppose climate solutions.


Corridor Partners works with bipartisan teams of experts to conduct extensive research on elections, targeting, advocacy, and potential co-funding opportunities. The result is a multi-year, integrated political and advocacy framework that can be tailored to meet the specific objectives of each client.

Corridor’s current climate change and energy portfolio is aimed at building political support for national climate policy solutions.