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« BELLAMY

Political Consultant

By BELLAMY (Contact)


Published July 5, 2008

Frank Bellamy, MAP

33 West Princeton Avenue, Youngstown, Ohio 44507

(330)782-0984

imailisbest@sbcglobal.net

Objective

A position as a Management Consultant.

Profile

·     Nearly 20 of experience in professional marketing and management.

·     Ability to direct, analyze and coordinate complex projects from concept to fully operational status.

·     Goal-oriented individual with strong leadership capabilities.

·     Organized, highly motivated, and detail-directed strategic problem solver.

·     Proven ability to work in unison with staff, volunteers, and board of directors.

 

Education

M.A.P., Master of Applied Politics, University of Akron in Akron, Ohio

B.S., Geography/Earth Sciences, North Carolina Central University in Durham, NC

 

Relevant Experience & Accomplishments

 

Political Consultant

·     Successfully written Political Campaign Strategy Plans and Political Opinion reports.

·     Consulted on various campaigns for Political Issues, Funding Levies, and Political Candidacies both local and state wide.   

·     Political Internship in Volunteer Training and Political Party Headquarters Organizing

·     College Graduate Coursework inPolitical Lobbying, Campaign Management, Campaign Finance, Campaign Election Law, Political Influence Organizations, Political Research Methods, Grant Writing, Political Campaign Strategy/Tactics and Political Party Internship.

 

Management/Supervision/Representation

·     Directed the opening of three Regional Offices and supervised staff of 10 employees.

·     Trained supervised, evaluated staff and coached visiting sales/management professionals.

·     Successfully conducted hundreds of Sales Presentations in person and by telephone.

·     Managed to meet or exceed all performance forecasts and projections within deadline periods.

Computer Technical Skills & Training in Microsoft Office Suite Software (Excel, Word, Power Point, Access, Outlook, Explorer & Front Page)

Employment

Political Consultant , BELLAMY Political Consultants, Youngstown, OH

* Create written Political Campaign Strategy Plans, Campaign Fundraising Plans, Lobbying, Candidate Development, and Political Volunteer Training

 

2005-present

Assistant MIS Director, Recorder’s Office, Courthouse Columbus, OH

*Assistant Computer Hardware & Software Director for the County Recorder’s Computer Network and Web Site.

 

2001-2005

Manager, Farmington Hills Corporation, Youngstown, OH

·     Real Estate Acquisitions, Sales and Property Management.

1991-2001

Sales Manager, Balston Filter Systems, Inc., New York/Michigan/Illinois

·     Sales of Industrial Compressed Gas, Air and Liquid Filtration Systems.

1987-1991

     Political/Academic References  1.  Professor Mark R. WeaverCommunications Counsel, Inc.37 West Broad Street, Suite 325
Columbus Ohio 43215Phone: 614.634.2433 FAX: 614.573.6623mark@communicationscounsel.com                            2. Dr. Stephen Brooks
Associate DirectorThe University of Akron
Bliss Institute of Applied Politics
Associate Professor of Political Science
Akron, OH 44325-1914
330.972.7944
sbrooks@uakron.edu
 3.Dr. Daniel Coffey
Fellow
The University of Akron
Bliss Institute of Applied Politics
Assistant Professor of Political Science
Akron, OH 44325-1914
330.972.7983
dcoffey@uakron.edu
 4.Professor Anne C. HansonThe University of AkronBliss Institute of Applied PoliticsAkron, OH 44325-1914330-972-5182ach13@uakron.edu 5.Professor Gail E. GarbrandtGail Garbrandt
Manager, InternshipsThe University of AkronBliss Institute of Applied PoliticsAkron, OH 44325-1914
330.972.5182
geg@uakron.edu
 

Comments

1BELLAMY(4 comments)posted 6 years, 1 month ago

Obama diminishes trip to War Zones by touring Europe

The Obama Campaign trip to the War Zone could have been the one single thing needed to defeat John McCain for President of the United States. The Obama campaign could be furthering the public opinion poll results that voters view his presidency as a more risky choice than McCain’s. The Obama campaign’s chance to add a sense of seriousness and confidence in his abilities to command the war effort was lost when he decided to tour Europe. The voters will not remember his visit to the troops in Afghanistan or Iraq. But they will remember that he changed his mind about visiting the wounded troops in Germany.

McCain’s big chance to topple the Obama Machine is to maintain a constant political attack on every facet of the Obama candidacy. McCain should take advantage of this weaken Obama moment by campaigning in Democratic Party strongholds. This would force Obama to physically associate himself with his perceived political base of mostly Black voters. It is true that Obama has many non Black supporters but the media visuals will tend to lead the inattentive White voter to the conclusion he is mostly for the Blacks. We (the politically interested) know that this would be a wrong conclusion, but snap judgments by the voters will create an atmosphere of doubt that will work against Obama. Obama surly has plans to associate himself with his base but it is too early in the campaign for him to do so now. The benefit to the McCain campaign would be; the limited amount time that Obama will be able to campaign in predominantly white areas because he would have to court his Black supporters earlier than expected. It would be wrong for Obama to assume that the Black voters will turn out heavy for him on Election Day, without being energized by his personal presence and direct encouragement to do so.

Obama’s big chance to win this election is now, but not by using TV commercials as his main political tactic. Obama will have to hit the ground running fast in America because we all have very short memories. If Obama could rekindle that barnstorming atmosphere in his campaign he will be firmly set to win in November. His campaign should focus on embracing the Obama Rock Star image and play it up hard big throughout the remainder of the election. This would force McCain to increase his physical campaigning activities in order to keep up with Obama and this could take a negative toll on McCain as the Election Day grows closer.

It is my professional belief that any election can be won and that any candidate can be defeated but you must be willing to make the right moves at the right time.

What do you think?

Frank Bellamy, MAP
Master of Applied Politics
imailisbest@sbcglobal.net

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