Rodd McLeod is a political strategist who cut his teeth on competitive races in New York, Iowa and Arizona, before joining the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee in 2007, where he helped to elect the majority that passed the Affordable Care Act. A native New Yorker who has called Arizona home since 2010, he has engineered wins in tough primaries in Tucson, Phoenix, the Bronx and Manhattan, he led Hillary Clinton’s win in Arizona’s 2016 presidential primary. He is a longtime adviser to former Arizona Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords, serving as her campaign manager and running her district offices after she survived an assassination attempt in 2011. Since then, he has helped steer the winning campaigns of Arizona Congressmembers Ron Barber, Kyrsten Sinema, Ann Kirkpatrick, Tom O’Halleran, and Senator Mark Kelly. Rodd, a drummer and music lover, came to politics after working at Rolling Stone, XXL and other music magazines.
Over the course of the summer, the House Select Committee on January 6th presented its findings from a year-long investigation into the months leading up to the election in 2020, the weeks leading up to Jan. 6, and what happened on that day. But the attack on our country didn’t end on that day. Here […]