Guy Short is a political campaign consultant and advisor on the podcast to discuss Trump’s strategy and the upcoming midterm elections. He talks about his position as Chief of Staff on Capitol Hill and his experience as a conservative delegate from Colorado.
Short weighs in on the “big blue wave,” offers up some insightful predictions and expresses his concerns over gun control in the next elections. He talks about what kinds of issues drive voters to the polls for midterm elections, and, in turn, considers what platforms Democrats and Republicans will run on.
From an insider perspective, Short tells us what we can do to support Conservatives in the elections.
Also on the podcast, Chuck and Mark talk about why the left won’t admit that there are evil people, but instead they focus on “mental illness.”
About the guest:
With over 25 years of experience advising and managing political campaigns, organizations and parties at all levels of government, Guy Short serves as a political and fundraising strategist for Campaign Solutions.
Guy has an extensive political résumé, including serving as a chief of staff on Capitol Hill, senior advisor and national political director for a presidential campaign and acting as principal fundraising and general consultant for several senatorial and congressional campaigns. Additionally, he has been a critical component in the success of many political causes, including numerous fundraising initiatives at the state and national level that have set records for such projects.
Guy has been a director of both national and state political action committees and has been elected as a national delegate to the last six Republican National Conventions from Colorado. Recently, Guy was elected to the 2012 RNC Platform Committee and 2016 RNC Rules Committee. He has been a member of the American Association of Political Consultants, Direct Marketing Association and is a board member of the National Right to Work Committee.
A graduate of the University of California at Santa Barbara, Guy resides with his wife and two children in Erie, Colorado.