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- Politico 12/21/10
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Todd Harris is one of the nation’s preeminent media and communications strategists. The Politico called Harris “One of the brightest young minds in politics today,” while Roll Call dubbed him “A spinner extraordinaire in the world of political communication.”
Most recently Todd served as a senior strategist and media consultant for Marco Rubio. He has produced winning media for leading Republican candidates and causes, and served as a senior strategist for a who’s who of GOP officials including Gov. Jeb Bush, Sen. John McCain, and Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger.
He has advised some of the nation’s largest corporations, political committees and trade associations including Wal-Mart, Pfizer, Calpine Energy, Magnolia Pictures, the RNC, NRCC, the Coalition for a Democratic Workplace and many others.
He is a sought-after media source, appearing regularly in The New York Times, The Washington Post, The Associated Press and many others, and is a regular guest on several political news programs on MSNBC, FOX News and CNN.
Harris is a California native and resides today in Washington, DC.
There’s a reason Campaigns & Elections Magazine named Malorie Thompson “One of the top voices on the right side of the consulting world, and one of the few female Republican media consultants.”
Malorie has campaign experience at almost every level of politics, and nearly a decade of successful work in campaign media consulting. In the last two election cycles, she served as lead production and creative consultant for some of the nation’s most hotly contested races.
She has served as a strategic media consultant on more than 35 statewide races and targeted congressional races, including work with the National Republican Senatorial Committee, National Republican Congressional Committee, the Republican National Committee, the Republican Governors Association, and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce.
Malorie is a recognized national leader in integrated political communications, directing Marco Rubio’s groundbreaking online messaging, fundraising, and political strategies. She has managed media, on-line, and political operations for recounts, primaries and general elections across the country.
A Florida native, Malorie started her career in politics working under Governor Jeb Bush.
Lori Raad has helped lead some of the most successful Republican political operations in recent American history, and produced winning media for leading Republican candidates and causes.
With almost twenty years experience in every facet of politics, Lori served as the Deputy Political Director at the Republican National Committee under Ken Mehlman and as a Regional Political Director in the Bush White House.
Lori has produced nationally recognized television, radio, and on-line advertising for leading corporate and political clients throughout the country, with additional experience overseeing everything from grassroots organization and mobilization to issue campaigns.
She has worked and consulted on numerous local and statewide races, with key positions in three Presidential campaigns as well as the 2000 and 2004 Republican National Conventions.
A South Carolina native, Lori has a talent for organizing chaos, hitting deadlines, and making sure precious campaign dollars are spent where, and when, they matter most. Her no-nonsense approach has built her a loyal following among national GOP leaders and operatives. When they need to get something done – and done right – they call Lori.
The Washington Post calls Heath Thompson “A major player in Republican campaign politics” and a “Rising star in the media consulting world.”
Heath has advised leading Republican candidates throughout the country and produced award-winning media for presidential, statewide, congressional and local campaigns. He most recently served as general strategist and media consultant for Marco Rubio.
The lead media advisor for Rudy Giuliani for President, Heath has also consulted for Senators Jim DeMint, Norm Coleman, Kay Bailey Hutchison, and other members of Congress, as well as the Republican National Committee, the National Republican Senatorial Committee, and leading conservative SuperPacs and C4 organizations.
Heath got his start in South Carolina politics, where he led George W. Bush’s historic South Carolina primary win in 2000. Four years later, he also directed the Southeastern region for the President’s re-election.