ⓘ Quinn Gillespie & Associates

                                     

ⓘ Quinn Gillespie & Associates

Quinn Gillespie & Associates was an American lobbying and communications firm founded in 2000 by Republican political strategist Ed Gillespie and Democratic operative Jack Quinn. It was sold in 2004 to WPP, one of the worlds largest communications services groups, and ceased operations in December 2017.

                                     
  • Gillespie was a senior member of the Mitt Romney presidential campaign. Gillespie founded the bipartisan lobbying firm Quinn Gillespie Associates with
  • working for various Democratic Party politicians. He worked at Quinn Gillespie Associates from 2011 - 2017 as a senior director in their Communications
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  • Porter. In 2000, he co - founded Quinn Gillespie Associates a public affairs and public relations firm with Ed Gillespie a leading Republican operative
  • contribute to political campaigns directly. It employs lobbying firm Quinn Gillespie Associates to advance its interest in Washington. Bennett, Laurie July
  • John David Hoppe worked for the lobbying powerhouse group, Quinn Gillespie Associates having ended serving as President. From October 2011 January
  • at Arnold Porter. He was also a founding member of the firm Quinn Gillespie Associates where he worked with clients on a variety of issues related
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  • Export Administration Jack Quinn lawyer former Clinton White House counsel and founder of Quinn Gillespie Associates John Hart Ely, influential legal
  • Feehery Group, which he ran as president until taking a job with Quinn Gillespie Associates Public Affairs in October 2010 as president of the firm s Communications
  • Democratic Party nominated Ralph Northam and the Republican Party nominated Ed Gillespie The Libertarian Party nominated Clifford Hyra by convention on May 6