Tim Saler – Vice President
Tim Saler is a builder of large, complex campaign organizations and an innovator in using strategic data to win tough fights. He was Deputy Campaign Manager to Florida Governor Rick Scott, managing a more than $100 million coordinated budget and directing the campaign’s targeting and voter contact programs.
Saler’s analysis and turnout work for the Scott campaign nailed Governor Scott’s winning margin by less than 8,100 votes out of nearly six million cast, defeating a team of Obama campaign veterans at their own game in the nation’s largest swing state.
Saler has also served as Deputy Campaign Manager to Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal’s presidential campaign, Deputy Executive Director for Political Strategy at the Republican Party of Florida, and Director of Strategy at the Republican Party of Wisconsin. In the 2012 presidential campaign, he was National Turnout Director at the Republican National Committee.
Saler is a former Executive Director of the Mississippi Republican Party, North Carolina Victory Director for the RNC, and Regional Field Director for the Victory effort that elected New Jersey Governor Chris Christie in 2009.
Saler has worked on Republican campaigns in eight states and organized voter contact & GOTV programs in thirteen presidential general election battlegrounds. In 2016, he was named a Rising Star by Campaigns & Elections.