Lt. Governor David Dewhurst Continues to Build 2010 Campaign Team

As Lt. Governor David Dewhurst continues building his 2010 campaign team, veteran political consulting firm Dresner, Wickers & Associates, LLC (DWA) and Texas-based polling firm Baselice & Associates, Inc. will once again have key roles with the David Dewhurst Campaign Committee.

            “These firms are among the best in the country at winning elections by communicating with voters and understanding their needs,” said Lt. Governor David Dewhurst.  “Both have been crucial to my political success and I’m grateful they’ve agreed to continue their work with my campaign so I may continue to serve the people of this great state.”


            DWA is a full-service, national Republican consulting firm and represents more than 40 years of experience in political campaigns worldwide.  DWA has helped elect a number of Republicans to the U.S. Senate, U.S. Congress and governorships, as well as worked on presidential campaigns such as former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee’s presidential campaign.  DWA began working with the David Dewhurst Campaign Committee in 1998 during the race for Texas Land Commissioner.  DWA was founded by Dick Dresner and Bob Wickers in 1993.


            Baselice & Associates, Inc. is a highly successful national polling and opinion research firm whose current and past clients include Texas Governor Rick Perry, California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger, Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott and dozens more state and federal officeholders in Texas.  Baselice & Associates, Inc. began working with the David Dewhurst Campaign Committee during the 2002 Lieutenant Governor’s race.  The company was founded by Mike Baselice in 1997 and has conducted thousands of survey projects in the political and private sectors.


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