Posted on December 05, 2011
A nationally recognized expert in voter contact and Get Out The Vote operations, Marvin Randolph has worked over 120 campaigns in 31 states across the nation. Randolph coordinated the NAACP’s This is My Vote campaign that helped register over 366,800 new voters and activate over 1 million voters for the 2012 elections.
Directly prior to joining the NAACP, he worked as the Deputy Executive Director, Change Nation at the Campaign for Community Change. In 2000, he served as Voter Contact Director for the NAACP National Voter Fund – credited with the largest increase in African-American voter turnout in history. There he designed voter contact strategy and oversaw development of national voter registration and grants programs.
Other past work includes: Director of Organizing and Politics and Director of Community Voting Project at Center for Community Change; DNC Political Mail Consultant at Baughman Company; Western Regional Political Director, SEIU; Southern California Field Director, AFL-CIO Labor '98 Campaign; National Executive Director, 1994 Project Vote; and Managing Partner at Urbanomics Consulting Group.
Randolph’s reputation for turning around ailing campaigns and rapid response has won him numerous accolades, including recognition by American Federation of Labor Council of Industrial Organizations (AFL-CIO) President Sweeney for his efforts in successfully directing the field operation of the campaign to defeat Proposition 226, the anti-labor initiative in Los Angeles.
A native of Richmond, VA, Randolph earned a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from Old Dominion University.