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Shop Talk: NRCC’s Brock McCleary Joins Pennsylvania Firm

Brock McCleary is leaving the National Republican Congressional Committee and headed to his home state of Pennsylvania.

The outgoing polling director/deputy political director will begin work in January for the Harrisburg, Pa., public affairs firm Long Nyquist & Associates.

“Brock McCleary is one of the brightest political minds in the nation. For the past two election cycles, we have been impressed with his innovative ideas, use of new technology and his polling expertise,” the firm’s owners, Mike Long and Todd Nyquist, wrote in a press release.

McCleary will help with the firm’s clients within the Pennsylvania delegation, and he will also focus on building a national portfolio of political and public affairs clients.

After two cycles at the NRCC and a few other Beltway gigs, McCleary will live in his wife’s hometown of York, Pa.

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