Jeremy
Harrell

Principal

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  • Provides clients with political intelligence and research services, as well as strategic guidance on engaging the state legislature, administration and related agencies.
  • Maintains a network of strong relationships with influencers statewide built through his tenure as one of the preeminent campaign managers in Tennessee.
  • Ran Senator Lamar Alexander’s record-breaking state campaign in 2008.
  • Helped catapult Governor Haslam to success in the 2010 and 2014 election cycles, helping secure the largest margin of victory of any governor in the country in 2014. 

Jeremy Harrell is a seasoned campaign strategist with deep ties to political and thought leaders across the state of Tennessee. His extensive network of top influencers, broad policy knowledge and keen instincts have put him squarely at the center of several critical campaigns over the last decade.

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Jeremy began his career at the state Republican Party, where helped build grassroots coalitions for the Victory operation in 2006. In 2008, Jeremy successfully ran the record-breaking statewide senate campaign for U.S. Senator Lamar Alexander. Jeremy was then tapped to serve as deputy campaign manager and political director for Governor Bill Haslam’s 2010 gubernatorial campaign.

In 2014, Jeremy became campaign manager for Haslam’s re-election campaign, which resulted in Haslam securing the largest margin of victory of any governor in the country. That campaign set a record for the highest percentage of the vote won by a statewide candidate in modern Tennessee history.

As a member of the Haslam Administration, Jeremy oversaw the appointment process for boards and commissions and contributed to several key policy initiatives. Most recently, Jeremy served as the executive director of a non-profit advocacy organization focused on K-12 education reform.

Jeremy received his B.A. in History & Political Science with a minor in Economics & Finance from Trevecca Nazarene University. He serves on the board of the Tennessee Historical Commission. Jeremy and his wife Michelle live in Eagleville with their son Wesley.