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Lance Copsey

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Lance D. Copsey, Vice President of Republican PR firm Marsh Copsey & Associates, died at age 40 on June 13, 2010, after suffering a stroke.[1]

Copsey's bio on the | Marsh-Copsey website said:

"Copsey has served as the chief strategist and media consultant on more than 40 communication campaigns over the past 20 years....won numerous awards...


Currently, Mr. Copsey heads the International Division of MC+A. He is President of the Foundation for the Promotion of Democracy, which assists emerging democracies in their struggles towards popular sovereignty, self-determination, transparent economies and political freedom. FPD is a non-profit with a 501c3 division that currently works in Iraq and Iran.
Internationally, Mr. Copsey has served free-market candidates and causes in Russia, Croatia, Albania, the Kurdistan Region, Italy, Iraq, Iran and among others. Since 2003, Lance Copsey and his partner have operated a national media facility in Baghdad...to produce advertising for candidates and political entities..." [2]

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  1. Annie Linskey (2010-06-14). Former state GOP executive director dies. Maryland Politics blog, baltimoresun.com. Retrieved on 2010-11-11. “Copsey's death was unexpected...He'd recently been diagnosed with lateral medullary syndrome and was seeking treatment for it when he died”
  2. unknown (unknown). Lance Copsey. Marsh Copsey. Retrieved on 2010-11-11. “Mr. Copsey has served as the chief strategist and media consultant on more than 40 communication campaigns over the past 20 years. In that capacity he's won numerous awards, including the prestigious Telly Award for distinction in television advertising and production. Currently, Mr. Copsey heads the International Division of MC+A. He is President of the Foundation for the Promotion of Democracy, which assists emerging democracies in their struggles towards popular sovereignty, self-determination, transparent economies and political freedom. FPD is a non-profit with a 501c3 division that currently works in Iraq and Iran. Internationally, Mr. Copsey has served free-market candidates and causes in Russia, Croatia, Albania, the Kurdistan Region, Italy, Iraq, Iran and among others. Since 2003, Lance Copsey and his partner have operated a national media facility in Baghdad. The purpose of the facility is to produce advertising for candidates and political entities interested in promoting their campaigns and civil society groups interested in the advancement of democracy-building and voter participation. Mr. Copsey recently received two Telly Awards for video productions he produced last year.”

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