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Ted Dooley

Age

26

Location

Washington, DC (originally Boston, MA)

Twitter

@EJDooley

Ted Dooley is the Executive Director of the College Republican National Committee (CRNC), where he oversees the operations of organization’s independent expenditure program. Prior to this, he served as the National Co-Chairman for the CRNC, managing the internal operations of the CRNC and it’s 52 constituent state-federations.

In addition to his work with College Republicans, Ted most recently worked as Vice President of Merrimack Potomac + Charles, a leading full-service strategic communications firm based in Concord, NH and Boston, MA, where he helped lead corporate branding and strategic public affairs campaigns across the northeast. Additionally, Ted served as a digital media consultant for New Hampshire Governor Chris Sununu’s campaign, and has managed a number of State Representative and State Senate campaigns in his home state of Massachusetts.

Originally from Holliston, MA, Ted now lives in Washington, D.C. with his fiancé Nicole and their puppy, Kennedy.

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