About

Phillip`s story

Phillip Stutts is one of the masterminds behind the curtain of political marketing. With more than 20 years of experience, he’s worked on campaigns with billions of dollars in political ad spend and contributed to over 1,000 election victories, including hundreds of US House campaigns, dozens of US Senate campaigns and even three Presidential victories.

He began his current company, Go BIG Media, in 2015 and in two years has won more than 20 prestigious awards for their work with US Senators, Governors, and Presidential Candidates, including a Pollie Award for Best Digital/Internet Independent Expenditure Presidential Campaign and the Goldie Award for Digital Video Excellence in a Presidential Campaign.

As a regular guest on media outlets like Fox News, MSNBC, and CNN, Phillip has been lauded as a “marketing genius” by Fox Business and “the political guru” by ESPN.

Phillip speaking in front of the FPRA
Stutts with Speaker Paul Ryan
Stutts with former Vice President Dan Quayle
Stutts with former Senate Majority Leader Bob Dole
Stutts with former President George H. W. Bush
Stutts speaking on digital media
Stutts with former Secretary of Education Rod Paige
Stutts in a West Wing meeting with President Bush
Stutts with former President Gerald R. Ford
Stutts speaking at a political campaign rally
Stutts with former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice
Stutts with former First Lady Laura Bush
Stutts on CNN with Anderson Cooper
Stutts with U.S. Senator John Thune
Stutts on Fox News
Stutts speaking on political campaigns
Stutts speaking on Fox News' Fox & Friends
Stutts with former Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal
Stutts speaking on MSNBC
Stutts speaking on Fox Business with Neil Cavuto
Stutts on MSNBC
Stutts speaking on a political panel
Stutts with Neil Cavuto
Stutts speaking on digital media
Stutts speaking on Fox News at the GOP Convention
Stutts with Tony Kornheiser before appearing on ESPN
Stutts appearing on Fox & Friends
Stutts speaking on education issues
Stutts appearing on ESPN
Stutts appearing on Mornings With Maria
Stutts talking with Paul Finebaum