About Spalding Group
About Spalding Group

Spalding Group works with Republican campaigns of all sizes. Founded in 1983 by entrepreneur Ted Jackson, Spalding Group has grown to become the preeminent source for web, print & design services for Republican political campaigns. In fact, Spalding Group has been the principal supplier to six Republican Presidential campaigns.


About Jeb News 2016

When Jeb Bush indicated he was actively exploring a run for President of the United States, the phones at Spalding Group started ringing off the hook with calls from Republican activists across the country seeking a way to show their support for Jeb Bush to run. And our response is, Join Us.


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About Spalding Group

Spalding Group, founded in 1983, was the principal supplier for six Republican presidential campaigns and was the official licensee to Bush Cheney 2000, Inc. and Bush Cheney '04, Inc. Spalding Group created and managed the successful George W. Bush Online Store, georgewbushstore.com. Spalding Group created the iconic "W the President" logo, which was featured on many of the store's product lines. Spalding Group continues to offer web, print, and design services to GOP candidates and organizations across the country.


About Ted Jackson, Founder

Ted Jackson's political experience is extensive, including roles in the presidential campaigns of Ronald Reagan in 1980 and 1984 and George H.W. Bush in 1988. He served as campaign chairman for Kentucky's largest county in President Bush's 1988 race.

Ted has managed five Kentucky gubernatorial primary and general election campaigns from 1987-2007. He served as chairman and co-campaign manager for six consecutive winning congressional campaigns in one of the toughest districts in the South, KY-3. Respect for his four decades of experience and success beginning as congressional liaison in the Reagan Administration in 1981 often results in consultations from national and local press corps. In 2014 alone, Ted was quoted by the Wall Street Journal, USA Today, National Review, Washington Times, Politico, National Journal and the Louisville Courier-Journal on a variety of political matters.