(Washington DC)- Former Obama for America Deputy Campaign Manager and one of the nation’s most successful political fundraisers Julianna Smoot is joining the Board of Senate Majority PAC and will work with the Senate team on outreach and development.

Bringing with her a vast network of contacts throughout Democratic and progressive political circles, Smoot will provide Senate Majority PAC with strategic advice and insight as they raise resources to continue to protect the Democratic majority.

“With Julianna’s roots in Senate politics and campaign know-how, it is an honor to have her join our Board,” said Susan McCue, co-chair of Senate Majority PAC. “We have a small, effective team to which she brings critical expertise and networks as we prepare for this election cycle and make sure we have every resource needed to keep a Democratic senate majority”

Smoot has a long tradition of helping elect Democratic officials including working for President Obama, Senator Harry Reid, and Senator Chris Dodd. Additionally, she also has served at the office of the US Trade Representative and on the Presidential Inaugural Committee.

Senate Majority Pac is coming off an historic election cycle in which they won nearly every race they were involved in. They did so by running low overhead, highly efficient campaigns. So much so that the Sunlight Foundation ranked Senate Majority PAC as one of the most efficient outside groups of the cycle.

Now, Senate Majority PAC is continuing to fight for the Democratic majority in the U.S. Senate and is determined to stop Karl Rove, Mitch McConnell and their friends from buying the Senate and prevent a radical Tea Party take-over in 2014.

What is Senate Majority PAC?

Senate Majority PAC is fighting to protect and expand the Democratic majority in the U.S. Senate. In 2012, Karl Rove and his friends spent hundreds of millions of dollars trying to buy the Senate. We ran low-overhead, high-impact campaigns to stop him—and we won. Now we’re ready to take on Mitch McConnell and his radical Republican caucus in 2014.

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