House Majority PAC Announces Additional Senior Staff

December 5, 2019

House Majority PAC announced today Brad Komar is joining its ranks as Independent Expenditure Director and Brandon Davis is joining as Senior Advisor. The leadership team will build on House Majority PAC’s successful $95 million organization that made groundbreaking investment to win the House in 2018. 

“Brad and Brandon are two of the most talented operatives in our party,” said Horrell. “The team we’re building is uniquely equipped to hold Republicans accountable while expanding and protecting the Democratic House majority. We plan to leverage innovative and creative strategies, alongside tried and true campaign tactics, to communicate with voters on the issues they care about most.” 

Brad Komar most recently managed John Hickenlooper’s presidential race. Before that, he ran two winning gubernatorial races in swing states – Ralph Northam’s successful 2017 race in Virginia and Hickenlooper’s winning re-election as Colorado governor in 2014. He served as Colorado state director for Hillary Clinton’s presidential primary campaign, and also ran Larry Maggi’s 2012 congressional race against then-Rep. Tim Murphy. He previously managed a competitive New Jersey legislative race and served in senior field positions in upstate New York and with Obama for America in Missouri in 2008. 

Brandon Davis is a leading progressive strategist who brings broad experience in political advocacy, organizing and management to his role as managing director of GPS Impact’s Washington, D.C. office. Most recently campaign manager for Andrew Gillum’s Florida Governor race, Davis also served as Chief of Staff at the Democratic National Committee. In that role, Davis oversaw the party’s day-to-day operations during the 2016 general election. Prior to that, Davis spent nearly a decade in senior leadership positions at the Service Employees International Union (SEIU). Over the past decade, Davis has served progressive causes in a variety of arenas, serving on the boards of America Votes, the Black and Latino Civic Engagement Funds (Democracy Alliance), Priorities USA and State Voices. Prior to that, Davis worked extensively on electoral campaigns, including his role as Political Director and Deputy Campaign Director on Claire McCaskill’s 2006 U.S. Senate campaign. Davis will remain at GPS Impact while serving as Senior Advisor to HMP. 

Komar and Davis join House Majority PAC’s other senior leadership, including: