Washington, D.C. – Today, NRSC Chairman Rick Scott announced that Jenny Drucker will serve as Finance Director and Stu Sandler will serve as Political Director for the 2022 cycle. He previously announced that Jackie Schutz Zeckman will serve as Executive Director, the first woman to hold this role, and Chris Hartline will serve as Communications Director.
“I’m excited to welcome Jenny Drucker and Stu Sandler to the NRSC team for the 2022 cycle,” said Chairman Scott. “They both bring decades of political experience, in Washington and around the country, to their new roles and are committed to working with me to win back the Senate majority. We have a tough road ahead to win back the majority but I’m confident that this team will work hard and be successful in raising the money we need to compete, building a successful grassroots organization and defining Democrat candidates across the country.”
Jenny Drucker has been a partner at Drucker Lawhon, a political fundraising and consulting firm. Prior to that, she was the Finance Director at the National Republican Congressional Committee (NRCC) during both the 2012 and 2014 election cycles. She has more than a decade of national fundraising experience and raised over $380 Million during her tenure at the NRCC.
Stu Sandler is a veteran Republican operative who most recently was the general consultant for John James for US Senate. He was also the lead strategist for the Michigan House Republican Campaign Committee as they retained a majority and consulted for Peter Meijer for Congress who won back a critical US House seat. In 2016, Sandler was a strategist for then-Michigan GOP Chair Ronna McDaniel and helped her orchestrate the first win for a Republican presidential candidate in Michigan in 28 years.