Ed Rollins

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Ed Rollins, 1982

Edward John "Ed" Rollins (born March 19, 1943 in Boston , Massachusetts ) is an American political advisor and strategist to the Republican Party who has worked for numerous high-level political campaigns in the United States. 1983-1984 he was the National Campaign Director of the 1984 Reagan-Bush campaign, which won 49 of the 50 states. Four years later he was to lead the campaign for George Bush Sr. Since he did not get along with this, it did not come to that. In December 2007, he was named campaign manager for Mike Huckabee's presidential nomination . Huckabee was beaten by John McCain in second place in the Primarys . In 2016 he worked on the team for Donald Trump's candidacy.

Individual evidence

  1. Rebecca Ballhaus: Ed Rollins Says His Pro-Trump Super PAC Is Tops .

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