Andrew Eldredge-Martin is a Senior Director at BPI where he leads digital advertising strategy for many of BPI's major political, public affairs and brand clients. Over the past 12 years, Andrew has worked at the forefront of electoral politics and public affairs, managing and consulting for more than 300 campaigns, causes and companies.
In the 2016 cycle, he was the lead digital strategist for Senate Majority PAC in 6 targeted U.S. Senate races; for Latino Victory Fund in Nevada's U.S. Senate race; and for End Citizens United's independent expenditures in U.S. House races. Named a 2015 Rising Star by Campaigns & Elections magazine, Andrew’s digital strategy and targeting work has been featured in The Boston Globe among other publications. Working with Shaheen for Senate to buck the national trend in 2014, he led the Precision team that won a Gold Pollie for the Best Democratic Senate Internet advertising campaign in the nation. His 2012 work with The Strategy Group on the Obama for America direct mail team also was recognized with several Gold Pollie and Reed Awards. In 2006, he was campaign manager for one of most surprising upsets of the cycle when he guided Chris Carney to victory in Pennsylvania’s rural 10th Congressional District. Andrew is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin Law School and Haverford College in Pennsylvania.