McCaffrey Joins Blue Point

Looks like former Executive Director, Sean McCaffrey has found somewhere to land as far as employment. McCaffrey has accepted a position with Scottsdale-based Blue Point, LLC, a political consulting firm headed by political consultant, Chris Baker.

McCaffrey has been named Senior Vice President of the firm. During the 2008 Election, Blue Point Consulting ran several campaigns including Pinal Sheriff Paul Babieu, Tony Bouie (LD-6), Laurin Hendix (LD-22) and David Schweikert (CD-5).

In adding McCaffrey to the team, Blue Point will further expand into development and strategic communications practices while building its voter-outreach, political and campaign practices – something in which the firm has long specialized.

Congratulations to both Sean and Blue Point on their work together!


  1. Fiscal_Hawk says

    Sounds like a power house of a consulting firm!

  2. Maricopa GOP says

    Betcha “Q” Inc still kicks their behinds.

  3. Chris Baker and Blue Point just laid an egg by hiring Sean McCaffrey. I can’t think of anyone who would want McCaffrey working on their campaign. Good luck Chris.

  4. Fiscal_Hawk says

    Jealousy will get you no where, Playmaker!

  5. Conservative Majority says

    Nobody hits harder than Chris Baker. McCaffrey will have to sharpen his nails for this gig.

  6. Fiscal_Hawk is obviously an employee of Blue Point. Look at all of his posts in favor of Mayor Berman (who has hired Blue Point for his campaign):

    “Sounds like a powerhouse of a consulting firm.” Ha, a little biased I’d say.

  7. Fiscal_Hawk says

    I am???? Aznative is probably the guy who has seen the lockness monster and has picture with him and bigfoot. Keep it up Det. Gum Shoes

  8. UniquelyCommon says

    Better a picture with bigfoot than Mayor Berman!

  9. friendofliberty says

    Berman, Bigfoot, what’s the difference? Have you seen him with his shirt off? Click here for a nice shot:

  10. Finnegan says

    BluePoint will give you a lot of promises but doesn’t come through, including leaving their loyal vendors out thousands of dollars. What’s up with that?

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