For over a decade, Patrick has worked to build and manage campaigns across the Massachusetts political scene including serving as the Boston organizing director for U.S. Senator Ed Markey’s 2013 special election victory, campaign manager for State Representative Edward Coppinger, and statewide organizing director for Don Berwick’s gubernatorial campaign in 2014. In addition to his general consulting work on local and state races, Patrick has managed canvassing programs, voter registration drives and signature collection efforts for clients in Massachusetts including SEIU 1199 and the Environmental Voter Project.
Patrick’s strong relationships in city and state government stem from his work for At-Large Boston City Councilor Felix Arroyo focusing on city-wide community engagement, zoning, planning and development and licensing as well as his tenure as a legislative aide for State Representative Ted Speliotis and the House of Representatives Joint Committee on Consumer Protection and Professional Licensure. Patrick manages government and grassroots/tops relations for various Hilltop political and private sector clients.
Nationally, Patrick has run presidential voter contact programs in battleground states most recently for Biden for President in Pennsylvania, Florida and Nevada. He also has managed similar efforts for the Hillary for America campaign, U.S. Senate and House races, multiple statewide candidates and other political clients in states across the country.
A native of Massachusetts, Patrick received a B.A. in both Government and Communications from St. Lawrence University in Canton, NY where he has returned as a guest lecturer to speak about political campaign and field organizing strategies.