- Full Name Harlan Hill
- Occupation Political Consultant, Entrepreneur, Author, TV Personality
- Nationality American
- Birthplace South Carolina, USA
- Birth Date Nov 12, 1990
- Age 32 Years, 6 Months
Harlan Hill | BiographyHill got his firsthand experience in politics at 15 while he interned for a British Conservative Party politician, and Former Shadow Minister for Agriculture & Fisheries, Bill Wiggins
In July 2016, Harlan Hill became a surrogate for the Trump-Pence 2016 campaign. He influenced Democrats through social media and television to support Trump. After Trump won the 2016 presidential election, Hill was invited to join the advisory board of the Trump-Pence 2020 re-election campaign. He then served as an advisory board member for the re-election campaign from May 2017 to January 2021.
Harlan Hill is a former advisory board member of Trump's 2020 campaign and surrogate of Trump's 2016 campaign.
Who is Harlan Hill?
Hill is an American entrepreneur, political consultant, and television commentator. He is the president of The Logan Circle Group, a public affairs and communications firm based in Washington, D.C. He formerly worked as an advisory board member for the Trump-Pence 2020 re-election campaign and surrogate for the Trump-Pence 2016 campaign. Before that, he co-founded an election technology startup called TallyVoting in 2014.
Hill is also a co-author of a book titled 'They're Not Listening,' published in June 2020.
Early Life and Education
Harlan Hill was born on 12 November 1990 in Charleston, South Carolina. He attended Porter-Gaud School in his hometown.
Getting into Politics
Hill got his firsthand experience in politics at the age of 15 when he interned for Bill Wiggin, a British Conservative Party politician, Member of Parliament of the United Kingdom, and the then Shadow Minister for Agriculture & Fisheries. Hill interned for Wiggins from May to August 2007 in London. He also interned for Liberal Democrat candidate Colin Eldridge in Liverpool from June to August 2008.
Hill began his career in June 2009 as a managing partner at a Washington, D.C.-based digital consulting firm, Code and Politics. The firm specialized in creating digital marketing strategies for political candidates, organizations, and causes. The firm also developed apps, designed websites, built tools, and crafted ad campaigns for its clients. He worked there till December 2012.
In November 2012, Hill became a founding partner of a consulting firm, Indigo Strategies. It focused on serving progressive candidates, causes, and labor organizations through digital advertising, social media, and video production. He spent more than one and half years at Indigo Strategies, leading a team of web developers, graphic designers, social media strategists, and ad buyers.
At Indigo Strategies, he worked extensively in the 2014 European Union elections for the German politician and candidate for the President of the European Commission, Martin Schulz. Hill also ran United States federal campaigns.
Hill then co-founded an election technology startup called TallyVoting in February 2014. The startup specialized in building voting machines and other election hardware and software. The startup ended its operation after running for nearly one and a half years.
In May 2015, he became a product lead of New York-based MarTech company Headliner Labs. The company specializes in creating personalized mobile messaging and chatbots for consumer goods, brands, and media companies.
Logan Circle Group
In June 2016, Hill started serving as the president and managing partner of Washington, D.C.-based public affairs and communication firm, The Logan Circle Group. The firm specializes in advising startups, Fortune 500 companies, and high-profile international, state, federal, and local political leaders.
Working for Donald Trump
In July 2016, Hill became a surrogate for the Trump-Pence 2016 campaign. He influenced Democrats through social media and television to support Trump in the forthcoming presidential election in November 2016. After Trump won the 2016 presidential election, Hill was invited to join the advisory board of the Trump-Pence 2020 re-election campaign. He then served as an advisory board member for the re-election campaign from May 2017 to January 2021.
From September 2016 to December 2018, Hill was a contributing writer for The Hill. After that, he contributed his political opinions to The Daily Caller for two years.
Furthermore, his commentaries and analysis were frequently featured on various news outlets, including Fox News, Fox Business, CNN, CNNi, MSNBC, BBC, Sky News, and Channel 9 Australia.
In 2016, Hill appeared as a guest panelist on Fox News' The Greg Gutfeld Show and as Democratic strategist on Fox Business' Mornings with Maria Bartiromo. He also appeared as a Democratic strategist and panelist on Fox News' Fox and Friends in 2016 and 2017. Hill frequently appeared as a correspondent in CNN's At This Hour with Kate Bolduan from 2016 to 2017. He also frequently appeared as Democratic strategist on Fox News' Justice with Judge Jeanine during that time. In 2018, he guest-starred as a panelist for Cavuto Live and Kennedy Live.
In October 2020, Hill was dropped by Fox News after he tweeted a misogynistic attack on Kamala Harris during her debate with Vice President Mike Pence, as per The Daily Beast.
Hill and fellow political consultant Ryan James Girdusky co-authored a book titled 'They're Not Listening: How The Elites Created the National Populist Revolution.' The book was published on 16 June 2020.
Marriage with Rachel Matza
Hill tied the knot with Washington, D.C.-based event planner Rachel Matza in October 2016.