U.S. Rep. Frank Pallone, Jr. announced his campaign team today.
“I am extremely proud of the team that we have assembled for this race,” said the U.S. Senate candidate. “The extraordinary circumstances that surround this campaign demand the highest quality professionals as we bring my record of leadership and experience to the people of New Jersey. I believe that we have assembled a team here that is unparalleled.”
Polling – Anzalone Liszt Research, Washington,D.C. Anzalone Liszt Research is a public opinion research firm specializing in message development and strategic consulting for nearly 20 years. ALR has helped to elect Democratic candidates at all levels including President Barack Obama, members of the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives, the DSCC, the DCCC and the DGA, the NJ Senate Democrats and the Bergen, Middlesex, and Union Democratic Parties.
Media – The Campaign Group, Inc., Philadelphia, P.A. With over 32 years in business, The Campaign Group has a list of over 500 clients across the country ranging from Corporate and International Clients to U.S. Senate and House of Representative races including Congressman Rob Andrews and the late Congressman John Adler.
Field – Crossroads Campaign Solutions, Washington, D.C. Crossroads has worked with a broad array of clients from around the country including high profile US Senate races, Congressional races, campaigns for city council, national issue advocacy organizations, and local ballot initiatives. Most recently, in New Jersey, they were instrumental in the election of Steve Fulop for Mayor in Jersey City and the reelection campaign of Senator Bob Menendez.
General Consultant – Sean Darcy, Round World Consulting. Sean Darcy is the former spokesman for New Jersey Governors Richard J. Codey and Jon S. Corzine. Darcy was also Communications Director for Corzine for Governor and a chief operative in Congressman Bill Pascrell's 2012 Primary and General Elections. Darcy founded Round World Consulting in 2009.
Finance - Berger Hirschberg Strategies, LLC., Washington, D.C
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