Recently, May engaged The Englehart Group in the role of political communications counsel, which consists of advertising, public relations and media consultation for the campaign. In addition, May has named Kyle Babcock as his Senior Consultant to provide campaign consultation and direct his ongoing fundraising efforts. Tony Samuel will serve as the campaign’s Strategic Advisor.
“This team brings significant experience to our campaign,” said May. “Our goal is to use their expertise to help us spread our message – that we will fight to fix our fiscal crisis and reduce our debt, protect small businesses, and restore individual liberty.”
May’s national profile continues to become more prominent, as well. On August 4, he attended a private fundraiser for presumptive presidential nominee Mitt Romney in Evansville, Indiana. During that event, May spent time with Romney, as well as with other statewide and national candidates. He also spoke with former Vice President Dan Quayle about the need for strength and diversity in the Republican Party.