PR: AZGOP Names Communications Director


FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: March 31, 2009

AZGOP NAMES COMMUNICATIONS DIRECTOR

Phoenix, AZ -Arizona Republican Party Chairman Randy Pullen today announced that he has named Matthew Roberts Communications Director for the AZGOP.

“Matt’s experience with media and political communications will enhance our ability to promote the positive message of reducing taxes, reforming government and controlled state spending,” said Chairman Pullen. “I am pleased that our team continues to grow and look forward to laying the groundwork for successful state and local elections in 2010.”

“Matt comes to us with an extensive background in governmental and political communications which fits perfectly into our team,” said Brett Mecum, executive director of the Arizona Republican Party. “Matt has the ability to effectively communicate the thoughts and concerns of the AZGOP and develop a message that will resonate with voters around Arizona.

“It is an honor and privilege to join the team at the Arizona Republican Party,” said Roberts. “Chairman Pullen has put together a fantastic team to lead us through next year’s elections, and we will work hard to build upon the recent successful results that the Republican Party has enjoyed.”

Matt Roberts joins the AZGOP after a serving as Director of Communications for two members of the New York State Senate. He also worked as Resource Administrator for the Senate Republican Campaign Committee, organizing voter outreach efforts and campaign communications for Republican members of the State Senate.

Mr. Roberts will be organizing the communications efforts of the Arizona Republican Party and promoting Chairman Pullen’s effort to build and expand upon the successful grassroots strategies that have delivered positive results for Republican officials around the state.

 


Comments

  1. Chewie is Chewy says:

    This poor kid has stepped in it. How can he support “Chairman Pullen’s effort to build and expand upon the successful grassroots strategies that have delivered positive results for Republican officials around the state” when that strategy now includes a massive tax increase? Even a New Yorker can’t spin that.

  2. New York City ?

  3. Sad that Pullen continually outsources state party jobs to New York instead of hiring locally. Good luck, Matt, but watch your back with Randy and the gang.

  4. Doug E. Fresh says:

    I liked that line about reducing taxes. That was pretty funny.

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