Mike Shepherd

Washington,, District of Columbia, US • 12:33 AM Local Time

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Mike Shepherd

Category Television
Language English (North American)
Voice Age Middle Aged (35-54)
Description Compelling, engaging, impact political VO. A leading voice for premiere political agencies and consultants. A Pollie Award-winning voice of trust, conviction and credibility. Vast credits from Presidential to Local campaigns including Bernie Sanders, Tim Kaine, The Democratic National Committee, Gubernatorial, Senatorial, Mayoral…Propositions and Issues from A to Z, nationwide and global. Exceptional versatility for every delivery style from warm assurance to bold authority. For winning campaigns, Mike Shepherd delivers..with clockbuster turnaround… instant ISDN/SourceConnect/IPDtl or phone patch.
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who would have dreamed that Massachusetts would be losing jobs and people that we dropped to 47th in the nation for higher education investment? I'm going to fight to make sure putting people first. Deb Goldberg for lieutenant governor. They're out there feeding greedy corporations and predatory lenders. Where can we turn for help? Not Ruth Munson. You better not mark Charlie Crist's positions in ink. He broke his pledge to oppose job killing Texas on offshore drilling. Crist changes as often as the tide. You can't trust Charlie Crist on jobs, either. The only thing you can trust Crist to really stand for is keeping his own job. America was losing more than 700,000 jobs a month when Bush left office. And despite all the negative spin, the economy is coming back. Not as fast as we'd like, but look at where we were then. Marcy captors never stopped fighting for jobs not just for Ohio but for America. If you can't walk the walk, don't talk the talk Like Brett Hazard and Taxes, Passer claims he cares about the middle class, but he voted to oppose the largest middle class tax cut in state history Mary Hopkins won't discuss the issues. He says he doesn't have to. Larry Hopkins says he won't debate. He says he doesn't have the time Governor Brian Schweitzer. He's fought hard for Montana, standing up for us, our families, our future leadership we know and trust reelect Brian Schweitzer, governor.