Gene Ulm

Republican Political Strategist, Public Opinion Strategies

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Partner at Public Opinion Strategies, a large Republican political and public affairs polling firm based in Alexandria, Virginia

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At a  congressional grilling  of Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner and Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke, Republicans and Democrats acted out the anger they’ve been hearing from their…

Populism and the President

At a congressional grilling of Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner and Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke, Republicans and Democrats acted out the anger they’ve been hearing from their…

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Treasury Secretary Geithner and Federal Reserve Chief Bernanke were  on the hot seat  today as members of Congress channeled the outrage of their constituents.

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Treasury Secretary Geithner and Federal Reserve Chief Bernanke were on the hot seat today as members of Congress channeled the outrage of their constituents.

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