The National Republican Congressional Committee on Tuesday will announce its new digital campaign team in preparation for the 2014 midterm elections, tripling the number of aides focused on online advocacy.
The new members, according to a forthcoming memo from NRCC Chairman Rep. Greg Walden, include Danielle Varallo, who worked on Mitt Romney's presidential campaign in 2012; Chris Georgia, former digital director at the American Action Network; and Todd Carney, a former political advertising fellow at Google.
“I’m proud to introduce what is now the largest digital team in NRCC history—a group of operatives with expertise in Web design, ads, analytics, videography, graphic design, copywriting and messaging," said Walden in the statement. “Heading into the 2014 election cycle, the NRCC made a strategic decision to invest heavily in our Digital Department and we’re determined to help set new standards for Digital both on the Right and the Left.”
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