About Me

You’re here because I hurt your feelings. Lo siento. (Not really.)

I was quoted somewhere and I made you feel so much that you just had to Google me, and now you’re here.

I don’t really care what you or your 19 Twitter validators think; if I did, I would be reading your blog.

Click through, but then leave…we have work to do here.

Wanna talk about it? I’m easy to find.

For over 25 years Colin Strother has worked in Texas politics, served as the lead consultant on over 122 campaigns, provided on-the-record comments for more than 230 media outlets nationwide, and directed crisis communication, public advocacy, and business development campaigns for corporations and nonprofits.

With a degree from St. Edward’s University (the good university in Austin) in political science, Colin pioneered groundbreaking targeting and turnout strategies that have toppled 29 incumbents–including one of only two primary upsets of an incumbent congressman in Texas in 20 years.

A family man, yellow dog Democrat, and diehard fan of the Houston Astros and Houston Texans, Colin has a solid reputation for winning campaign, helping businesses grow, and speaking his mind.

Fighting out of the #BlueCorner.




2 responses to “About Me

  1. Lynn Brink

    Hi Collin, just found your blogs and love reading them. You go to the heart of the matter and that is just what Democrats need right now. Change happens when people have a goal, join together, and get to work. Keep up the good work.
    Dr. Lynn

  2. Thanks so much, Dr. Lynn. For some reason I was just notified of your comment. I apologize for the very long delay. Thanks again!

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