Paul Curcio is a partner in Stevens Reed Curcio & Potholm.
According to his corporate bio, Curcio "has written and produced advertising for candidates in every region of the country at every level from president to mayor. His campaigns include Governor Matt Blunt (MO) and U.S. Senators Bill Frist (TN), Don Nickles (OK), Gordon Smith (OR), Pete Domenici (NM), and John McCain (AZ). In the U.S. House, Paul has produced advertising for Cathy McMorris (WA), Ander Crenshaw (FL), Ron Lewis (KY) and John Kline (MN). He also wrote and produced advertising for mayors John Peyton of Jacksonville and Bob Corker of Chattanooga.
"Paul began his political career at the National Republican Senatorial Committee in 1984 as the Director of Advertising Services. He served as the NRSC's Political Director in the 1992 and 1994 election cycles, during which the Republicans captured the Senate majority with a gain of eight seats and reversed a decade-long decline in seats.
"Paul began his career in advertising in 1977 working for the advertising firm of Benton & Bowles in New York, working on such accounts as Crest, Scope, Zest, Pepto-Bismol, Planters Nuts, Emery Air Freight and Old Bushmills.
"Paul is an adjunct instructor at the George Washington University."
He holds a BA in Political Science from Stanford University and an MBA in marketing from the UCLA Anderson School of Management.