PolitiCo, LLC has provided sophisticated grassroots outreach, research and strategic organizing solutions to political leaders and parties, public interest organizations, Fortune 500 companies, business and labor groups, initiatives, and government agencies and officials since 1995.
PolitiCo, LLC counts among its clients: Rep. Charles Gonzalez, the Chair of the Congressional Hispanic Caucus; Mufi Hannemann, the former Mayor of Honolulu; former US Senator and current Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar; the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee; the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee; and the Democratic National Committee. Our team has successfully elected candidates to the U.S. Senate, US House, the Texas State House, Hawaii State House, city councils and school boards, and has won key initiative campaigns and private sector project approvals across the country.
In 2011, the firm helped political neophyte Diego Bernal overcome a late start for an open council seat in San Antonio, Texas by defeating two better funded candidates who had been campaigning for over a year. In the same year, the firm also helped incumbent SAISD School Board President James Howard beat back a spirited challenge by a candidate supported by the current mayor.
Mr. Lopez is the founder, owner, and CEO of PolitiCo, LLC, a political consulting firm based in San Antonio, TX. Since 1995, PolitiCo has consulted with a host of political and private sector clients at all levels of government-from municipal and county, to state and federal. Current clients include US Representative Charles Gonzalez (Chair of the Congressional Hispanic Caucus), Texas State Representative José Menéndez, San Antonio City Councilman Diego M. Bernal, and various corporate clients across the United States. Mr. Lopez’s previous career accomplishments include consulting for the San Antonio Spurs, Clean Water Action, former Honolulu Mayor Mufi Hannemann, the Colorado Democratic Party and working in partnership with the Saint Consulting Group.
Specialties: campaign strategies grassroots mobilization candidate management