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Social Media and Electing Ted Cruz with Josh Perry

Josh Perry Interview

Electing Ted Cruz to the Senate was a monumental challenge, and Josh drove the digital campaign that made it happen!

Today we’re talking to the man behind Ted Cruz’s social media success: Mr. Josh Perry.

Josh is an alumni of the University of Texas at Austin and has been working full time in Conservative Politics since graduation. Prior to that, Josh was heavily involved with Young Conservatives of Texas, and using his free time to promote conservative causes.

In January of 2011, Now Senator Cruz hired Josh when he was a long-shot up-start candidate with single digit name ID and only a few more digits in the campaign bank account.

Leadership and Campaign Management with Zan Campbell

As a Naval Aviator and through successful campaign management, Zan knows a little something about campaign management!

Our guest this week is Zan Campbell of South Carolina. Zan and I recently got connected because he’s currently managing a State Senate Special election campaign for James Galyean, a good friend of mine.

Zan Campbell is a born and raised native of Columbia, SC. Like myself, Zan got his start in politics early, volunteering for his first campaigns at 10 years old. In high school, he competed nationally in speech and debate and followed that by attending the University of South Carolina.

General Consulting and Helping Conservatives Win with Luke Macias

Luke Macias Interview - General Consulting and Helping Conservatives Win

How to excel as a General Consultant and help Conservatives Win!

This week’s guest is my good friend Luke Macias, owner of the Texas-based Macias Strategies.

Macias Strategies is driven by the desire to achieve conservative policy outcomes at the state and local level. They believe that the policy outcomes of state and local governments are often opposite to the social and fiscally conservative values that are held by the voters. Limited government will only be obtained through visionary, principled leadership. Those are the characteristics they look for when deciding what candidates and organizations to engage with.

Service Dog and Veteran Advocate with Cole & Kaya Lyle

Cole and Kaya Lyle Interview

How did a Marine Corps Veteran and his Service Dog become the most powerful Lobbying team in DC?

Today we’re doing a special episode with a two good friends of mine, Cole and Kaya Lyle. Both are a bit on the hairy side but Kaya is clearly the more lovable of the two.

At this point it’s probably important for me to note that Kaya is Cole’s German Shepherd service dog and through the work that she’s done with Cole, members of congress are already calling her the most Powerful Lobbyist on the Hill.

Cole grew up here in Texas and served in the Marine Corps for 6 years after he graduated High School. Since getting out, he’s completed an undergraduate degree from Texas A&M University and spent most of his free time lobbying to pass the PAWs act to help his fellow Veterans.

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