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Former Campaign Press Secretary to First Lady Michelle Obama brings top-level campaign and government experience Washington, D.C., January 10, 2013 – SKDKnickerbocker, one of the nation’s leading political consulting and strategic communications companies, today announced that Olivia Alair, former campaign press secretary to First Lady Michelle Obama, has joined the firm as a Vice President
SKDKnickerbocker was proud to be the chief media consultant on the Joe Donnelly for Senate campaign, which was called one of the biggest upsets of 2012 and “an impressive candidate performance” by the Washington Post’s Chris Cillizza. Cillizza: “Rewind to the beginning of the cycle, and you would have been hard pressed to find anybody
Victories Include President Obama; Joe Donnelly in Indiana; Sean Patrick Maloney (NY-18); John Delaney (MD-5); Bill Foster (IL-11); Mark Pocan in WI-2; Marriage Equality in Washington State (Washington, DC and New York, NY) SKDKnickerbocker, one of the country’s leading strategic communications firms, today extended congratulations to clients across the nation on a tremendous election night.
SKDKnickerbocker Managing Director Jill Zuckman appeared on MSNBC with Thomas Roberts to talk about the selection of Rep. Paul Ryan as Mitt Romney’s running mate and what the Ryan budget means for the presidential contest. Joining Jill were Jonathan Capehart from the Washington Post and Former Huckabee campaign manager Chip Saltsman. Zuckman: “The problem is,
The Washington Post praised a series of ads produced by SKDKnickerbocker for Indiana Senate Candidate and Congressman Joe Donnelly. SKDKnickerbocker Managing Director Bill Knapp was the creative lead on the ad campaign. The author of the article believes that Joe Donnelly has a better shot of winning in November “because of a series of unusually