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NV Dems Expand Communications Operation Ahead of First in the West 2016 Caucuses

Las Vegas, NV – Nevada State Democratic Party Chair Roberta Lange announced today that the State Party is expanding its communications operation ahead of the 2016 First in the West Presidential Caucuses.  Nevada Democrats have hired Stewart Boss to serve as Press Secretary, joining Communications Director Zach Hudson.  Boss most recently served as Deputy Press Secretary and Digital Media Manager for United States Senator Gary Peters.

In 2014, Boss worked in the digital and communications operation for United States Senator Kay Hagan’s reelection, helping manage rapid response for a campaign that was called one of the “best in the country” in 2014.  As Nevada State Democratic Party Press Secretary, Boss will assist the Party’s communications efforts for the 2016 First in the West Democratic Caucuses and augment Nevada Democrats’ efforts to aggressively hold Republicans accountable.

“We’re excited to announce Stewart’s hire and the expansion of our communications operation ahead of our upcoming First in the West Presidential Caucuses,” said Lange.  “Nevada Democrats are known for our aggressive communications operation, and Stewart’s experience in rapid response for one of the best campaigns in the country last cycle will ensure we expand upon our efforts to relentlessly hold Republican candidates accountable.”

“I’m ready to get to work to promote Nevada’s upcoming caucuses and highlight how Republicans like Marco Rubio and Jeb Bush are out of touch with Nevada families,” said Boss.  “Our upcoming caucuses are an outstanding opportunity to promote Nevada’s diversity and why we deserve early state status.  I look forward to contrasting Democratic candidates who are focused on expanding the middle class and passing immigration reform against Republicans who want to repeal birthright citizenship, privatize Social Security, and take us back to the same failed economic policies that crashed our economy and sent thousands of Nevadans to the unemployment line.”