Yesterday, American Bridge 21st Century President Jessica Floyd joined Signal Boost on SiriusXM to discuss Democratic strategy going into the midterm elections and the need to sell the strong Democratic economic agenda.
Throughout the interview, Floyd points out that Democrats are focused on the economy and getting the country back on track by investing in American families and infrastructure. Meanwhile, Republicans are committed to pushing an unpopular far-right agenda and they are also in complete disarray with messy GOP primaries happening in states like Pennsylvania, North Carolina, Nevada, and all over the country.
“It’s our responsibility collectively as Democrats to make a very clear, positive case for where Democrats are focused on and where Republicans are focused on because they’ve been lying for 40 years about what they care about. It feels like that should be very like a really obvious sell to voters this year.”
Click here to listen to the full interview.
Prior to American Bridge, Jessica Floyd has spent her career designing and managing issue advocacy and electoral campaigns at local, state, and national levels. Following several successful campaigns in New York and New Jersey, Floyd managed Congressman Ron Barber’s winning congressional campaign and served as Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords’ political director. During the 2014 and 2016 cycles, she worked Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee’s Independent Expenditure, in 2016 as its Deputy Director, where she helped to manage paid media programs in targeted districts around the country. She also has extensive experience in government; she managed government affairs in New York for the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, served as district director for Rep. Ron Barber, and worked in the executive office for the New York governor. Floyd has a masters in comparative government from the London School of Economics and was named one of the American Association of Political Consultants’ 40 under 40.
Published: Jan 27, 2022
Last Modified: Jan 28, 2022