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New GOP consulting firm starting up

A new Republican consulting group is setting up shop.

Chris Sinclair of Public Solutions and Alastair Macaulay of Cornerstone Strategy and Communications announced that they will merge.

The new firm, called Cornerstone Solutions, will be a full-service political consulting, strategic communications and issue management firm in North Carolina.

Sinclair said in an e-mail to Dome that they plan to fill the void left by the retirement of Tom Fetzer and Mark Stephens after the November elections.

"We're the new (Republican) kids on the block," he said.

The two consultants have a lot of experience on the hot-button issue of real estate. Both have helped the N.C. Association of Realtors successfully fend off land transfer taxes nearly two dozen times and another campaign against allowing counties to have the tax.

Alastair is the former political director for the N.C. Home Builders Association.

The firm will have an office in West Palm Beach, Fla., headed by Rick Asnani, and in Raleigh and Washington, D.C.


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Better firm

Cherie Berry and Steve Troxler should be the ones starting a new GOP consulting firm. They're the only successful Republicans in this state.

Re: New GOP consulting firm starting up

What happens to Cansler Fuquay Solutions now that Lanier Cansler has left to become the Secretary at DHHS?

Re: New GOP consulting firm starting up

Republicans in West Palm Beach, Raleigh and DC are thrilled.

Both of them.

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