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Gwinnett Solicitor 2018

Rosanna Szabo

Judicial Race Rosanna Szabo is the current Gwinnett County Solicitor-General.  JBM Political Strategies was engaged to expand her current team in the area of digital advertising and communications. County Solicitor Our Clients

Georgia House Dist 97

Louis Tseng

State House Race Louis Tseng was a candidate for Georgia’s State House District 97. Using his network from a recent municipal race, we crafted a message to appeal to a larger more diverse population of primary voters. House Dist# 97 Our Clients

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Patrick Batubenge

State House Race Patrick Batubenge is candidate for Georgia’s State House District 105 and a 1st generation immigrant from the Democratic Republic of Congo. Using his unique background, we crafted a message to appeal to a conservative and swing primary voters. State House Our Clients

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Biff Hadden

State Senate Race Biff Hadden is a retired US Army Colonel and first-time candidate for Georgia State Senate District 29. This seat was vacated was by Josh McKoon who  decided to pursue the Republican nomination for Georgia Secretary of State. Senate Dist 29 Our Clients

Steven Strickland

Steven Strickland

State House Race Steven Stricklandis a Oconee/Athens-Clark County corporate professional and first-time candidate for Georgia State House District 119. State House Our Clients

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Zach Procter

State House Race Zach Procter is a Gwinnett County attorney and first-time candidate for Georgia State House District 102. State House Our Clients

Georgia 2nd Congressional Dist

Herman West, Jr.

Congressional Dist 2 Herman West, Jr. is congressional candidate in Georgia’s 2nd congressional district. Our goal was to craft a wining message and boost his name recognition among likely primary voters. JBM Political Strategies later was retained to develop a strategic plan for the general election. Congressional Race Our Clients

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