POLITICO quotes Larry Rasky

POLITICO "Biden his time for 2016'" October 30, 2014 By Edward-Isaac Dovere DAVENPORT, Iowa -- Hillary Clinton came here Wednesday to sharpen her stump speech and, while she was at it, campaign for Bruce Braley for Senate. Joe Biden came Monday to shake hands, pose for photos, wallop Republicans and…

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Breast Cancer Treatment: The Next Challenge

By Dale Leibach October is Breast Cancer Awareness month, so it's fitting to highlight a client that we are honored to represent on a pro bono basis. Alloro Collection is the only fashion line of clothing and accessories specifically designed for women who have experienced breast cancer. Working closely with the…

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Workstyles of the Rich and Famous

By Sandi Goldfarb During the course of my career I have experienced the pleasure and, at times, the pain of working with celebrities on behalf of both nonprofit and for for-profit corporations. Whether they are actors or athletes, politicians or performers, the best ones understand they have a job to…

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Larry Rasky on NPR’s Political Junkie

Ken Rudin's Political Junkie, Episode #43: Destroying ISIS, Drawing Women. September 18, 2014 This week Larry Rasky was a guest on Ken Rudin's Political Junkie podcast for the "This Week in Political History" segment to talk about his experience as Vice President Joe Biden's Press Secretary in 1988 and as…

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The Hill quotes Dave Tamasi

The Hill "Lobbyists prepare for 'two-week sprint'" September 3, 2014 By Megan R. Wilson It's go time for K Street. With only two weeks left on the calendar before lawmakers leave Washington to campaign full-time, lobbyists are limbering up for a two-week dash that could determine whether their clients win…

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How Quantifying Everything Means Nothing

By Andy Hoglund When I was growing up, there were two ways to get the Orioles score in the morning. Since we were in the dark ages before Google, you could either wait for the Washington Post to arrive, or watch the 6 a.m. broadcast of Sportscenter. I often sought…

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The Inspiring Act of Resiliency

Perspective from Graham Shalgian: Much continues to be written about President Ronald Reagan's press secretary James Brady, who passed away this week at the age of 73. Critically injured during the 1981 assassination attempt on Reagan, Brady became an outspoken champion for gun control. He is deserving of all of…

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