Moira Mack

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Moira Mack is a public relations and political organizing consultant with Hildebrand Tewes Consulting, Inc. Her clients include Americans Against Escalation in Iraq and other Democratic Party aligned organizations and candidates.

Official Biography of Moira Mack

A biographical note states that:

"Moira designs creative and scalable communications campaigns at the state and national level. As a communications strategist, spokesperson, writer and researcher, Moira has built and implemented earned media campaigns and provided research for clients such as Americans Against Escalation in Iraq, the Emergency Campaign for America's Priorities, Americans United for Change, USAction, the Washington State Democratic Party, and the South Dakota Campaign for Healthy Families. Prior to joining Hildebrand Tewes, Moira worked on Social Security, Medicare and other progressive issue campaigns as program coordinator and researcher at Campaign for America's Future (CAF). Moira brings extensive political and policy research experience from those campaigns. She has coordinated concurrent press events in nearly 50 states and organized large-scale grassroots activities, mobilizing thousands of activists simultaneously. Moira is a graduate of the George Washington University and lives in Alexandria, VA with her husband Jay."[1]

Spinning for the Democrats on the War in Iraq

On August 11, 2007, the New York Times noted: "Even as they call for an end to the war and pledge to bring the troops home, the Democratic presidential candidates are setting out positions that could leave the United States engaged in Iraq for years. ... Americans Against Escalation in Iraq has created its 'Iraq Summer' campaign to persuade members of Congress to support legislation changing course in Iraq. While the group is focusing on Republicans across the country, including deploying a blimp to fly above the Iowa straw poll on Saturday, it has not weighed in on the Democratic side of the presidential race and the fact that several Democratic candidates call for an extended but limited military commitment in Iraq. “We are in a good position when leaders are debating the best way to bring our troops home,” said Moira Mack, a group spokeswoman, “rather than whether or not to bring them home.” [1]

Contact Information for Moira Mack

Phone: 202-261-2383
Email: moira AT

Articles and Resources


  1. "The People Who Get You Results", Hildebrand Tewes Consulting, accessed January 2008.
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