It may be April 2017, but the 2018 midterm elections are quickly approaching and, earlier this week, Kansas Republican Ron Estes won the southern district around Wichita by just five points or roughly 8,000 […]
About Mary Anna Mancuso
Mancuso most recently, worked on Lindsey Graham’s presidential campaign as a social media strategist. During the 2014 election cycle, Mancuso was the Digital Director for Florida Chief Financial Officer Jeff Atwater’s reelection campaign. In 2012, Mancuso served as Deputy Communications Director for Congressman Connie Mack’s U.S. Senate campaign in Florida; where she was in charge of the campaign’s social media efforts. As a result of her efforts in the social media space Mancuso was named one of Florida's up and coming conservatives by the top political blog in Florida, "The Shark Tank." Mancuso has a strong background in communications and social media. She has worked at the New York Bureau of Fox News and NBC-Universal. In 2009 Mancuso worked as the Deputy Communications Director for the Republican party of Virginia where she launched their digital platform for the state party.
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Over the course of the first few months of Trump’s presidency, there have been many defining moments of the type of leader he will be over the next four years.
Facebook were pioneers in the digital space revolutionizing the way people stay connected and now they are looking to make a mark in the political arena by helping their users become better citizens.
Halfway through his first 100 days, President Trump has wasted no time in rolling up his sleeves and getting to work.
The future of America’s energy is bright and we have effectively entered into the dawning of the American Energy Renaissance, due to technological advances in extraction and move into the next level of […]
Roe v. Wade is a lynchpin case for the pro-life and pro-choice movement and, depending on where you fall either for or against, the death of Norma McCorvey over the weekend signifies the […]
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When historians write the book on Trump’s presidency, the last thing they will be able to say about his first hundred days is that it was dull.
In the wake of Justice Scalia’s death, the Supreme Court shifted the power to the ideological left and conservatives saw the loss of not just a great justice, but also the majority on […]
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Every parent’s worse nightmare is watching their child suffer and being unable to help them.
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Last June, U.K. voters elected, by referendum (commonly known as Brexit), to end their 43-year long relationship with the European Union (the “E.U.”). As Americans adjust to their new president, our friends across […]
It’s official. Donald Trump has been sworn in as the 45th president of the United States and Armageddon did not transpire during Friday’s inauguration.
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After six grueling years and countless attempts to hinder and repeal Obamacare, Republican lawmakers are finally getting the chance to repeal it; however, repealing Obamacare is not exactly all it is cracked up […]
While Republicans emerged victorious from the 2016 elections with more wins than losses, the Democratic party felt the pangs of loss and rejection by American voters.
Winston Churchill once said, “Democracy is the worst form of government, except for all those other forms.” Little did Churchill know the obstacles many of the world’s democracies would face 60+ years […]
As President-elect Donald Trump continues to run the table on the news cycle with his various cabinet picks, the state legislature in Ohio passed a bill to ban abortion as early as six […]
Advisors close to Trump are anything but thrilled to hear Trump is still considering Romney for secretary of state, and as a result of Romney’s harsh criticisms of Trump throughout the 2016 […]
When it comes to the next secretary of state, Trump needs to appoint someone who possesses knowledge of government operations, strong executive experience, and the ability to stand up to foreign threats […]