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About Albert

How can the American Right become truly representative of our country, in all its incredible diversity? How can our movement appeal beyond a shrinking base of voters and supporters, so that the American experiment can continue on in perpetuity? These are the questions that motivate Albert Eisenberg, a Charleston, SC and D.C.-based political strategist, entrepreneur and commentator.


Seeing major opportunities in political and nonprofit messaging, Albert left the corporate agency world to found BlueStateRed at the age of 25, with a mission to help causes and campaigns reach their next generation of supporters. Since then, he has served as an advisor on campaigns from local to national, including placing innovative media for black, Hispanic and Jewish voters in dozens of Congressional Districts, building bridges between the LGBT community and Republican candidates, reaching hundreds of thousands of young voters with sane, LGBT-focused messages on the Israel-Hamas conflict, helping launch the free-thinking University of Austin (UATX) brand, and developing a PAC providing the only Hispanic voter outreach from the GOP in his home state of Pennsylvania for multiple political cycles in a row.


Albert’s writing has appeared in RealClearPolitics, Fox News, Newsweek, National Review, The Liberal Patriot, and the Philadelphia Inquirer, where he was the youngest op-ed columnist (and only conservative!) before being purged in 2020. Albert cares about diversifying the American Right, strengthening and building the Jewish community in America and abroad, and building new institutions that are dedicated to open discourse. In his spare time he is a cat dad, tennis player, Jewish community leader, and is working on his second full home renovation in Charleston.

If you are a journalist or producer looking to contact Albert, please do so via Twitter.

About Craig

Craig Yeomans is our Head of Accounts at BlueStateRed. He is a proud Temple University alumnus, having graduated summa cum laude from its Fox School of Business, and a California native (and exile). Craig is interested more in how to turn goals into action, and scaling success both in his professional and his personal life, all while making sure the trains run on time. He is an avid rock climber, outdoorsman, and animal enthusiast. 

Craig has been part of the BlueStateRed team since November of 2018, when he helped organize a unique deployment to support pro-LGBT Republicans across the country in the midterm elections — generating the only wins for Clinton-seat Republicans in a Blue Wave year. He has since joined the BlueStateRed team full time since August 2021, and in conjunction with the team helps clients achieve their goals on digital and social channels, produces compelling graphics and video, builds stellar fundraising campaigns, and supports the organization and its services in all of its endeavors!

Craig is passionate, and beginning to write under his own name, about including public land access, restoring Second Amendment rights, and promoting healthy and athletic choices.

Albert & Craig organizing a deployment supporting Pro-LGBT Republican candidates in 2018 —

building critical support for Clinton-district R's in a "Blue Wave" cycle.

In The Media:

Beyond our client work, BlueStateRed Principal Albert Eisenberg has been a columnist for the Philadelphia Inquirer, and has been published regularly, including in RealClearPolitics, Newsweek, Fox, National Review, and elsewhere.

Here are some pieces about our latest work:

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