Jessie Bradley


Partner - Washington, DC

3000 K St. NW
Suite 320
Washington, DC 20007

A Partner at Hilltop Public Solutions, Jessie Bradley has over twelve years of field and political campaign management experience at the local, state and national level.

In her position at Hilltop, she specializes in managing federal grasstops campaigns on behalf of Fortune 100 companies, non-profits and trade associations. Jessie also manages the grassroots and field aspects of the firm’s political consulting practice.

In 2012, Jessie served as the Voter Protection Co-Director for Pennsylvania Organizing for America. In this capacity, she oversaw the recruitment, training and placement of over 1,500 in state and 1,000 out of state attorneys on Election Day.

In 2008, Jessie ran the vote by mail program for the Florida Campaign for Change on behalf of Barack Obama, which helped ensure the largest early voter turnout in Florida history. In 2007, Jessie planned and managed the get-out-the–vote operation for Mayor Michael Nutter’s successful mayoral campaign in Philadelphia.

Prior to joining Hilltop, Jessie ran the field program for the Democratic Party of New Mexico on behalf of the Madrid for Congress campaign. This campaign was one of the most expensive and closely-watched races in the country, and as Field Director, Jessie implemented a field program that included persuasion phones and canvassing. The GOTV program was credited with significantly increasing the district’s midterm turnout.

Between 2004 and 2005, Jessie worked on campaigns in New Jersey and Alaska. In New Jersey, Jessie served as the campaign manager of the victorious Greenstein for Assembly campaign (Legislative District 14). As campaign manager, Jessie developed and implemented the scheduling, fundraising, press and paid media plans for this targeted race. In Alaska, Jessie ran the rural field program on behalf of former Governor Tony Knowles.

A graduate of the University of Missouri, Jessie currently lives in Washington, DC.

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