Michael Meyers

From SourceWatch
Jump to navigation Jump to search

Michael Meyers is a Partner and Vice-President of TargetPoint Consulting, Inc., which was founded in 2003 by the firm's president, Alexander P. Gage.


According to his TPC profile, Meyers "has worked to provide MicroTargeting and direct voter contact consulting primarily for the Bush-Cheney '04 campaign and the Republican National Committee. His other clients have included the National Republican Senatorial Committee, the Republican Governor's Association, Senator Richard Burr's campaign and key congressional races in Texas and Connecticut. Michael also worked with a number of corporate clients including Wal-Mart, Pfizer, SBC and DTE Energy.

"Michael was the executive director of the Michigan Republican Party during the 2002 election cycle. During that time he helped to lead the party in gaining two Republican congressional seats, while Democrats lost three seats. Republicans also maintained a majority in the State Senate, increased their majority in the State House, retained the Secretary of State’s office and preserved a conservative majority on the Supreme Court. For the first time in forty years Michigan voters also elected a Republican Attorney General.

"Prior to his work at the Michigan Republican Party, Michael worked as the director of former Michigan Lieutenant Governor Dick Posthumus’s political action committee. He also served in the Michigan Legislature in a number of roles including chief of staff to the Chairman of Technology and Energy Committee and as finance director of the Senate Republican Campaign Committee." Meyer's "work on Presidential campaigns began in 1996 as a field representative for the Dole-Kemp campaign." [1]

Meyers "graduated from James Madison College at Michigan State University with a Bachelors Degree in International Relations in 1995. In 2003, just after joining TargetPoint Consulting, he was named one of the Rising Stars in Politics by Campaigns and Elections magazine. He currently resides in Alexandria, Virginia." [2]

External links