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Andrew Clark

Andrew Clark
Digital Press Secretary

Andrew Clark serves as the Digital Press Secretary for the NRCC. Before joining the team at the NRCC, Clark worked as a digital strategist for Gabriel Gomez's 2013 campaign for Senate, and as Deputy Digital Rapid Response Director for Mitt Romney's 2012 presidential campaign. Clark is originally from Southern California, and received his B.A. ('11) and M.A. ('12) from George Washington University in Media and Public Affairs.

woolf
How badly did Democrat candidate Aaron Woolf mismanage his business? Pretty badly. To the tune of $130,000 in unpaid taxes. From 2005 to 2007, Aaron Woolf’s “craft foods store,” Urban Rustic, owed the state $131,743.93 in back taxes, interest, and penalties, according to the Washington Free Beacon. In January 2008, the New York State Commissioner ...
Brownley ObamaCare
Here’s how you can tell national Democrats are starting to get nervous about Democrat Julia Brownley’s campaign. The DCCC’s first ad in CA-26 alleges that her Republican opponent, Jeff Gorell, is a lobbyist. That’s false. Gorell, an active Commander in the U.S. Navy Reserves, is not and has never been a registered lobbyist. That’s an easily provable ...
ObamaDoctrine
President Obama received some significant blowback yesterday after admitting that “we have no strategy yet” for fighting ISIS. His schedule today shouldn’t be regaining anyone’s confidence. According to his schedule, President Obama will be attending a fundraiser for the Democrat National Committee in Westchester, NY, and then a fundraiser for the Democrat Congressional Campaign Committee ...
obama wiping sweat
The New York Times today shined light on President Obama’s strained relationship with Democrats on the Hill. His relationship is even worse with Republicans. Here’s just 8 reasons why, from Speaker Boehner: Government watchdogs complain of closed doors set up by White House: “Inspectors general, as they’re called, are supposed to uncover government fraud. But ...