Vin Weber

Mercury/Clark & Weinstock

Guest/Host

Vin Weber is a partner at the Washington, DC-based public strategy firm of Mercury (formerly Mercury/Clark & Weinstock).

Weber was an advisor to Jeb Bush's (2016) and Mitt Romney's (2012) presidential campaigns, and a co-chairman of Tim Pawlenty's political action committee. From 1981-1993 Weber served as a Republican Congressman for Minnesota.

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