DNC Releases Digital Minority Political Companies Directory

The Democratic National Committee has announced the release of its digital, searchable, political companies directory.

“The goal is to make sure that there is diversity in political services contracting,” says Luis Miranda, a spokesman for the DNC initiative. “Oftentimes it is difficult for political campaigns to connect with diverse service providers. One of the great things about this directory being published digitally is that it is completely searchable.”

The first edition was published I print in 2004 and, like the digital iteration, was funded completely by the DNC.

Among the service providers listed are political pollsters, media consultants, direct-mail firms, opposition researchers and political professionals who have a strong track record of success.

Among the companies with strong Hispanic backgrounds are: GlobalHue, Bromley Communications, Andres Gonzales and Associates, Velasquez and Associates, Cruz and Associates.

The searchable directory is available to be seen here.

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