Adam Nickas has been named the new executive director of Tennesseans for a Responsible Future (TRF) and has begun a statewide tour educating people on increasing affordable healthcare opportunities.
Capitol Resources lobbyist, Blake Bell, was selected as one of Mississippi Business Journal's Top 50 Under 40. Top 50 Under 40 is one of Mississippi’s most prestigious awards programs that recognizes the state’s 50 up-and-coming business leaders under the age of 40.
November 22, 2015 Louisiana’s political campaign season finally came to an end Saturday evening as the general (runoff) election settled three contests for statewide office as well as a handful of district races. Two races for the Board of Elementary and Secondary Education (BESE) wrapped up as well as four state Senate seats and 14 seats in the House of Representatives. Following is an overview of the results.
Mississippi Republicans solidified gains across the board in statewide elections Tuesday, easily holding the governor’s mansion, the very powerful lieutenant governor’s post, state Senate; and expanding to a near super majority in the House of Representatives. Moreover, a united effort by Republican leadership succeeded in derailing a largely Democratic-driven ballot initiative to shift ultimate educational spending oversight to the state’s courts.
Former Rick Perry Chief of Staff to Lead TX Operation(Austin, TX) - Capitol Resources LLC is expanding its lobbying firm into Texas by joining forces with Ray Sullivan. He has served on the senior staffs of two Texas governors and worked for three members of Congress and more than a dozen political campaigns, including three presidential races.
Capitol Resources Managing Partner Henry Barbour was was interviewed on Squawk Box on CNBC following Tuesday night's Democratic debate between presidential candidates Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders, Martin O'Malley, Jim Webb, and Lincoln Chafee. He was featured alongside Burson-Marsteller CEO Don Baer.
The Republican Governors Association has tapped a veteran committee insider, Georgia political hand Paul Bennecke, to serve as the group’s executive director under its newly elected chairman, Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam.
When Mississippi Sen. Thad Cochran filed papers to run for another term, the snowy-haired Republican listed the address of his campaign as a P.O. box in Tupelo, a town best known as the birthplace of Elvis Presley and a hub of the state’s conservative, northeast corner.