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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.

register
The National Republican Congressional Committee, along with other Republican committees, including the RNC and the NRSC, just launched a new powerful collaboration to register more people to vote in advance of the 2014 midterm elections. It’s called Register.gop. And it’s going to help Republicans win in November. Register.gop represents a major advancement in cooperation among Republican ...
Brownley ObamaCare
While vulnerable Democrat Julia Brownley is eagerly awaiting the cash that President Obama will be raising for her and the DCCC today in Los Altos Hills, here’s a quick flashback. Brownley voted NO on HR 2775, a bill that would have put systems in place to prevent people from fraudulently receiving ObamaCare subsidies.  In light of that vote, Brownley probably didn’t like seeing this ...
CaliforniaPickUpMap
House Republicans and the National Republican Congressional Committee are committed this year to the “Drive to 245” – our mission to secure a 245-seat Republican House majority. With President Obama’s liberal agenda deteriorating and voters increasingly disillusioned with the White House’s failure to create jobs, opportunities for defeating vulnerable Democrats and switching their seats from ...
StimulusWaste
President Obama is hoping you forget, but we won’t: the Democrats’ stimulus plan failed to reduce the unemployment rate as promised, and wastefully spent $1 trillion in the process. A new report from the House Ways and Means Committee offers a reminder that the unemployment rate continued to skyrocket after Democrats spent $1 trillion in wasteful ...
BrownleySidebar
In case you missed it, the Los Angeles Times asked Julia Brownley’s campaign yesterday what they thought of Ventura County Democrats Chairman David Atkins hate-fueled, offensive tweets. A spokesman for her campaign admitted that Brownley thinks they were a “distraction” and “inappropriate,” but now we’re even MORE confused, because: David Atkins has not apologized for, or even walked-back, the ...