Paul A. Hanley, a Senior Vice President with George K. Baum & Company, has been involved with hundreds of successful tax-related ballot measures throughout the nation during the past 25 years on behalf of school districts, community colleges, municipalities, counties and special districts.
With a strong commitment to meeting both the needs of his clients and their respective taxpayers, Mr. Hanley has been extremely successful in helping to generate strong voter support for bond ballot measures and other tax-related referenda.
Mr. Hanley coordinates a team of seasoned public policy, communications and public opinion research professionals who are uniquely experienced in helping public entities implement comprehensive public information programs and precisely defining what taxpayers may—or may not—support when it comes to ballot measures to fund capital improvements and/or operating needs.
Mr. Hanley's areas of expertise include:
• Public Opinion Research
• Strategic Planning
• Voter Analyses
• Public Information Programs
• Bond Ballot Development
• Campaign Branding & Messaging
• Campaign Resource Allocation
• Direct Mail
• Print Advertising
• Earned Media
Mr. Hanley is a frequent speaker on public policy and election strategy at local, state and national conferences. He holds an MS from the University of Colorado and an undergraduate degree from the University of Michigan.•