About Patrick Davis
In 2016 Patrick Davis served as a Senior Advisor to the Donald Trump for President campaign and he advised El Paso County Commissioner Stan VanderWerf and Colorado State Representative Larry Liston.
The US Senate Republican majority increased from 51 to 55 while Patrick Davis was the Political Director of the National Republican Senatorial Committee during the 2004 Election cycle. In that position Davis managed the political and strategic operations of the committee including candidate recruitment, message development, and campaign management. He directed the committee’s $35 million voter contact budget.
In January, 2005, Davis founded Patrick Davis Consulting, LLC. The firm is dedicated to serving candidates, campaigns, corporations and clients in the areas of public affairs, political consulting, strategy and public relations. The national firm is headquartered in Colorado Springs, Colorado.
Since 1990, Davis has been involved in the winning U.S. Senate campaigns for John Thune, John Hoeven, Steve Daines, Dan Sullivan, Lisa Murkowski, Jim DeMint, Joni Ernst, Cory Gardner, Thom Tillis, Bill Cassidy, Mike Lee, Norm Coleman, Rudy Boschwitz (’90), Tom Cotton, Bill Frist, Wayne Allard, Gordon Smith, Conrad Burns, Tom Coburn, Mel Martinez, Richard Burr, Jim Inhofe, John Cornyn, Sam Brownback, David Vitter, Jim Bunning, and Johnny Isakson.
He has been involved in the winning US House campaigns of Kristi Noem, Kevin Cramer, Tim Huelskamp, Mike Coffman, Steve Pearce, and Cynthia Lummis.
Prior to joining the NRSC, Davis served as the Executive Director of the South Dakota Republican Party from 1995 to 1999. During this time, South Dakota Republicans increased their majorities in both houses of the State Legislature, elected John Thune to the US House, and re-elected Governor Bill Janklow.
During the 1992 Bush-Quayle Presidential campaign, Davis served as the field desk coordinator for eleven Northwestern states, and in 1990, Davis served as the Assistant to the Deputy Director of White House Political Affairs in the George Bush “41” administration.
Patrick and his wife, Jo Ann, live in Colorado Springs, Colorado with their twins.