About

Passion. Experience. Diligence.

History

Brendan Klein and Will Deegan met in 2013 while working on a city council race in Eastern Queens. They quickly realized that their working techniques and approach were complimentary to each other and that they had similar philosophies on what makes a winning campaign. Thus North Shore Strategies was born and since its inception has been involved and contributed to many successful campaigns all across the greater New York City area.

North Shore Strategies prides itself in representing men and women of character and integrity who aim to bring about positive change and whose personal values align with its own.

 

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We at North Shore Strategies know that finding the right consulting team to represent your campaign is a choice not to be taken lightly. That is why we ensure that the scope of your goals, campaign expectations, and your budget are clearly defined at the inception.

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Executives

 
 
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Partner

Brendan Klein

Brendan is a founding partner for North Shore Strategies. A Northeast Queens native, he enjoys ten years of experience in local campaign management, strategic messaging, targeting, operations, and more. He began his career at the budding age of 18 and has worked at every level of a campaign since. In the years leading up to the firm's inception Brendan provided field, petitions, staffing, and outreach services to candidates and clients throughout New York City. As a partner for North Shore Strategies, Brendan has developed and delivered successful direct contact programs for both political and private clients from New York to Los Angeles. He is a staunch proponent of employing data-driven micro-targeting techniques coupled with goal-oriented implementation through the power of people to maximize quality voter engagement. Through his numerous victories it became abundantly clear that the firms models were conducive to success for any political or private agenda.

 

Education

Baruch College
Bachelor's of Science in Public Affairs

 

 
 

 
 
 

Partner

William Deegan

Will got his start in politics as an organizer on state senate race in Brooklyn shortly before graduating from Union College.  At this point, he knew that this was his calling.  Following graduation he spent time with NY ACORN and the Working Families Party before getting started as a freelance political outreach consultant. Will specializes in targeting, print design, messaging and digital communications.  He has played an integral role in several historic races in the New York City area, including Senator Tony Avella's victory over John Liu in 2014, Mike McMahon's 2015 borough wide victory on Staten Island, and Assemblyman Brian Barnwell's 2016 victory over Margaret Markey.  He credits these victories to careful micro-targeting, well organized campaign logistics and an amazing team.  In his spare time, Will flies kites, swing dances, rock climbs and home-brews beer.

 

Education

Union College
Bachelor's of Science in Political Science

 
 

 
 
 
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director of operations

Randall Franklin

After graduating college, Randall Franklin has since worked on competitive local and national races. Prior to joining North Shore, he was a Regional Field Director with the New York State Democratic Party, as well as a Senior National Field Organizer for Apploi.
With over ten years of political campaign work and sales management experience, Randall has facilitated key operational strategies for a number of successful programs. He specializes in recruiting and developing the right team to be the most effective ground force for every program. As Director of Operations, Randall ensures the operations and logistics of every program are executed to maximize every program's potential success.
When he's not working on campaigns, Randall is a committed athlete. He competes in state power lifting competitions and can deadlift 600lbs, which is the weight of an average North American Grizzly Bear.

 

Education

SUNY Brockport
Bachelor's of Science in Political Science