Gregg Keller serves as the Executive Director of the American Conservative Union (ACU), America’s oldest and largest grassroots conservative organization. ACU is the leading entity in providing conservative positions on issues to Congress, administration officials, state governments, the media, political candidates and the public. ACU also hosts CPAC – the Conservative Political Action Conference, the nation’s largest gathering of conservatives annually.
Previously, Keller served as the National Executive Director of the Faith & Freedom Coalition (FFC), one of the country’s largest social conservative public policy organizations, with more than 500,000 members and affiliates in 24 states. FFC was founded by Chairman Ralph Reed in late 2009. In 2010 FFC helped turnout the largest electoral participation by social conservative voters ever seen in a non-Presidential election. FFC executed 58.8 million voter contacts to social conservative households in 2010, educating and turning out their voters in 24 states and 111 races. Election night polling by Public Opinion Strategies showed that 32% of all voters in 2010 self-identified as Christian conservatives, the highest number ever recorded for a non-Presidential election.
In 2008, Keller served as National Coalitions Director on Mitt Romney’s presidential campaign. In that capacity he managed outreach to the conservative community, and oversaw all coalition outreach in 21 states.
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