Peter Feldman is a political professional with a background in strategic communications, public policy, and law.
Following graduation from Colgate University in 2004, Peter spent several years on Capitol Hill as a Legislative Assistant for Senator Mike DeWine, as a staff member on the Senate Health Education Labor and Pensions Committee, and as a lobbyist for the International Code Council.
Peter worked on Senator DeWine’s 2006 reelection campaign, pioneering the use of YouTube in political campaigns. Peter’s viral web videos were recognized in the Wall Street Journal as cutting-edge political parodies that had a powerful effect on the 2006 election.
Peter also served as a Regional Communications Director for Senator John McCain’s 2008 Presidential Campaign. In this capacity, Peter was responsible for crafting and implementing the campaign’s media strategy in Pennsylvania, New York, and New Jersey. On Election Day 2008, Peter oversaw McCain’s Philadelphia War Room where he broke a story about polling place voter intimidation that led to a DOJ civil suit against the New Black Panther Party and three of its members.
Peter is currently completing his third year of law school at American University in Washington, DC. He was recently hired by the National Republican Congressional Committee as a legal consultant to assist with election law, campaign finance, ethical compliance, and redistricting litigation.
Strategic communications, public policy, election law, campaign finance, FEC compliance.