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Ken Morley

Over twenty years of experience.

Ken Morley brings over twenty years of experience in Democratic electoral campaigns. Based in St. Louis, Ken has served as a media and general consultant for campaigns and causes at all levels since 2008. Widely known as an innovative strategist, Ken helps campaigns to set clear goals, develops strategies and high impact advertising to achieve those goals, and builds organizations that can execute effectively.

During the 2014 cycle, Ken served at the general consultant to DGA independent expenditure campaigns in Connecticut, Florida and Illinois. In 2011 and 2012, Ken served as the general consultant to Our Washington, a grassroots coalition that led the independent expenditure in support of Governor Jay Inslee in Washington state, and as general consultant to Governor Jay Nixon’s victorious reelection campaign in Missouri.

Prior to moving to consulting, Ken managed successful campaigns for House, Senate and Governor. In 2008, Ken ran Governor Jay Nixon’s campaign in the swing state of Missouri. Nixon won by nineteen points while President Obama lost the state. During the 2006 midterm cycle, Ken managed the successful primary and general election campaigns of Senator Ben Cardin in Maryland, helping the Democrats retake the Senate chamber. In 2004, Ken managed Representative Allyson Schwartz to wins in tough primary and general election campaigns in a swing Philadelphia Congressional seat.

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Paul Dunn

Led political operations all over the country. Managing ballot initiatives and candidate campaigns at every level.

Paul Dunn has led political operations all over the country. Managing ballot initiatives and candidate campaigns at every level, Paul helped win landmark races like Senator Michael Bennet in 2010 and Senator Claire McCaskill in 2006 and 2012.

In his most recent role as National Field Director for the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee, Paul overhauled the field program with a comprehensive, data-driven system coined the “Bannock Street Project”.

Through disciplined strategic planning sessions, Paul and his team built strong field operations in every competitive state, recruited staff, managed budgets, utilized a National Data/Analytics Program, mobilized volunteer networks, and launched a national digital-GOTV effort. By the end of the 2014 cycle it grew to be the largest, non-Presidential field effort to date, increasing Democratic turnout in each DSCC targeted state.

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Adam Dunstone

Has worked on candidate and issue campaigns on local, state, and national levels.

Adam Dunstone has worked on candidate and issue campaigns on local, state, and national levels. His Colorado campaign experience includes working as Campaign Manager for U.S. Senator Mark Udall, Campaign Coordinator for U.S. Senator Michael Bennet, and as Campaign Manager for Chris Romer’s Denver mayoral campaign.

In 2008, Adam served as the Iowa Field Director for Vice President Joe Biden, and worked for a national advertising firm doing communications and paid media on races in every region of the country. Adam brings experience running large-scale voter contact operations, managing candidate and issue campaigns, and working with traditional / digital media and polling.

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Charles Duncan

Spent more than 35 years working in the arena of electoral politics, at the state, local and national levels.

Charles Duncan has spent more than 35 years working in the arena of electoral politics, at the state, local and national levels. Mr. Duncan has played a significant advisory role in many political campaigns, including the ’89 election of Virginia Governor Doug Wilder, the ’01 election of Detroit Mayor Kwame Kirkpatrick, 06 election of Maryland US Senator Ben Cardin, and the 2013 campaign of Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe, just to name a few. Mr. Duncan has held senior management positions on the staff of eight presidential campaigns.

Additionally, Charles served in the administrations of both President Jimmy Carter and President Bill Clinton. In the Carter White House, he served as a Scheduler (1980), and in the Clinton White House he was a Special Assistant to the President and Associate Director of the Office of Presidential Personnel (1994-1999). Additionally, his portfolio included independent regulatory agencies and presidential boards and commissions in the same aforementioned areas for the US government.

After leaving the Clinton Administration, he served as a senior advisor at Global USA, a full service, governmental relations firm in Washington, DC. While at Global and since leaving, Mr. Duncan developed a business model which included providing an array of marketing services to companies and governmental agencies at home and abroad.

A native of North Carolina, he assists in the management of his family’s farm in Halifax County. He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Howard University in Washington, DC.

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Marco Guido

Draws from over ten years of diverse field, political, and communications experience.

Marco Guido draws from over ten years of diverse field, political, and communications experience that has allowed him to identify solutions to multifaceted problems and complex situations with great success as illustrated by his ability to design, implement and manage political, initiative and corporate campaigns in over twenty-five states. In 2014 Guido oversaw grassroots operations in 6 US Senate races.

During 2013, Guido managed grassroots independent expenditures (IE) for Senator Ed Markey (MA) and Governor Terry McAuliffe (VA). In 2012, he oversaw three grassroots US Senate IE campaigns for the LCV in Massachusetts, Arizona, and New Mexico. In addition, he served as general consultant for the Our Washington IE to elect Governor Jay Inslee in 2012 and Cambiando California IE to elect Governor Jerry Brown in 2010.

In 2011 Guido led the voter education campaign for the Service Employee International Union, to keep “Stop Special Interest Money Now” off the ballot in California. During the 2010 cycle, he was the day-to-day manager to prevent the “Any Willing Provider” and “Better Courts for Missouri” initiatives from reaching the ballot in Missouri while overseeing all paid grassroots programs for Senator Michael Bennet (CO). Guido has also advised numerous organizations and corporations on grassroots public affairs and marketing strategies. Prior to consulting, Guido spent several years working on campaigns in Iowa, Missouri, Ohio, Nevada, Maryland, and Palestine.

Guido received his undergraduate degree from the University of San Diego and resides in Southern California.

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Jack Cardetti

Helps campaigns, businesses and coalitions develop and deliver their message.

Jack Cardetti was the spokesman and communications advisor for public officials and political campaigns, Jack Cardetti now helps campaigns, businesses and coalitions develop and deliver their message.

Jack formerly served as Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon’s Director of Communications, helping the Governor successfully develop and deliver a message of job creation and fiscal stewardship that resonated during his first term with both the citizens of Missouri and the Republican-controlled legislature.

In 2012 he helped two-term state representative Jason Kander become the youngest statewide elected official in America. He also led the effort to prevent changes to the Missouri Court Plan by defeating Amendment 3 24-76%, one of the largest defeats on a Constitutional Amendment in Missouri history.

Raised in St. James, Missouri, Jack Cardetti previously worked as the Director of Communications for the Missouri Democratic Party. As the party’s primary spokesman, Jack could ordinarily be found in newspaper articles, on the radio and in television interviews opining on topics ranging from politics to policy.

In the 2008 election cycle Jack helped elect Jay Nixon to the Governor’s Office by the widest margin of any open governor’s race in Missouri since 1964. As a result of the successful election, Democrats held five of the six statewide offices.

In 2006 Jack helped Claire McCaskill knock off incumbent Sen. Jim Talent, which gave Democrats control of the U.S. Senate. Missouri Democrats also picked up seats in both the Missouri House and Senate for the first time in nearly 20 years and helped pass stem cell and minimum wage ballot initiatives.

Prior to joining the Missouri Democratic Party in August 2004, Jack served as Press Secretary for Missouri Gov. Bob Holden. In the Governor’s Office, Cardetti also oversaw economic development and agriculture policy.

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Scott Eggleston

Spent several election cycles managing campaigns as well as grassroots issue advocacy and voter mobilization programs .

Scott Eggleston spent several election cycles managing campaigns as well as grassroots issue advocacy and voter mobilization programs for progressive candidates and organizations across the country. Most recently, Scott led a pair of successful grassroots voter mobilization programs on behalf of Terra Strategies. These programs existed as part of the League of Conservation Voters IE efforts in support of Edward Markey for US Senate in Massachusetts as well as Terry McAuliffe for Governor in Virginia. Each program combined the use of cutting edge technology and grassroots organizing tactics to enhance the voter mobilization strategy.

During the 2012 election, Scott served as campaign manager on a series of targeted congressional races in Ohio, Michigan and Florida. Prior to the 2012 cycle, Scott served as a member within Governor Jay Nixon’s organization as well as a staffer at the Missouri Democratic Party.

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Sterling Clifford

Brings 14 years of media and political experience in some of the largest media markets in the Country.

Sterling Clifford brings 14 years of media and political experience in some of the largest media markets in the Country, as well as experience with national and international press. Sterling started his career as a sportswriter before shifting to politics in 2003. Sterling was a speechwriter and press secretary for multiple elected officials in Maryland, eventually serving as a senior advisor for the mayor of Baltimore and Public Affairs Director for the Baltimore Police Department.

In 2010, Sterling moved to California to join Jerry Brown’s campaign for an historic third term as Governor of California. As Communications Director, he managed media engagement and strategy, served as the only on-the-record spokesperson for a campaign that won despite being outspent by a record $140 million. Sterling served as Communications Director for Jay Inslee for Washington where he helped Inslee defeat Washington Attorney General Rob McKenna, who many observers considered the best Republican candidate in recent Washington history. In addition to developing and executing Inslee’s earned media strategy, Sterling led debate preparations, speech writing and messaging throughout the campaign.

As a consultant, Sterling has provided strategic counsel for municipal, federal and statewide candidates across the country and has helped private sector clients develop effective public and government relations campaigns. He has extensive experience in social media campaigns, crisis communications and paid media strategy.

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Alexandria Agius

Has led successful field programs across the country.

Alex has extensive New York City campaign experience and has built and led numerous field programs across the city including Christine Quinn’s 2013 mayoral, which was the largest volunteer based field program in New York City history, Congresswoman Carolyn Maloney’s 2010 primary, and Assemblyman Dan Quart’s 2011 campaign.  Alex has also run successful statewide field programs for Coordinated Campaigns in Michigan and Missouri.

Additionally, Alex has designed and implemented innovative robocall, IVR, and predictive dialing phone programs for campaigns.

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