President Barack Obama’s 2012 campaign manager, Jim Messina, has launched his new consulting firm, The Messina Group.
The new firm “will employ innovative strategies and techniques developed and utilized during the 2012 election, including the advances in technology and data — analytics that were integral to the campaign’s success,” according to a Feb. 27 news release.
The firm’s three principals — Messina, Ty Matsdorf and Tara Corrigan — are veterans of Obama’s presidential campaigns.
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GOP digital consultant Lyndsey Fifield will head to the U.S. Chamber of Commerce as its new social media manager for its Hiring Our Heroes program. Fifield departs from CRAFT, a GOP political consulting firm.
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