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Brad Tidwell is a Web Editor at Americans for Limited Government. He designs, develops and authors content for issue-based websites, and also designed the current version of NetRight Daily.
Brad previously worked for RaiseDigital, an online fundraising company, where he developed and deployed online fundraising and outreach solutions for conservative candidates and non-profits. Previous clients include Newt Gingrich, Sarah Palin, Rick Santorum, Joe Miller, Jon Bruning, Chuck DeVore and the Haiti Foundation Against Poverty.
After graduating from Tulane University in 2009, Brad worked for the Leadership Institute as a Campus Services Coordinator, managing field representatives and directing resources to conservative organizations across the mid-Atlantic region.
During Fall of 2008, Brad worked at the RNC as an intern in the eCampaign division. There, he wrote a Pollie award-winning paper on “Successful Online Campaigning: A Focus on the 2008 Presidential Campaign”. This paper was awarded the 2008 Pollie Award for Best Use of Social Networking by the American Association of Political Consultants. The paper discussed the evolution of social media in presidential campaigns since 1996.
Brad also founded his own company, Infrared Productions, where he designs web pages for various clients. He currently lives in Falls Church, Virginia.