Robert A. Sinners
Born in Spartanburg, South Carolina, Robert experienced politics at a young age. His first introduction came at the age of 3, when President George H.W. Bush stopped into town on a “Whistlestop” tour.
He got his start in Columbia, South Carolina, while in college and graduate school. There, he interned at the State House, worked at a nationally recognized digital firm Push Digital, and worked with the South Carolina Republican Party.
Shortly after graduating, he moved to Washington D.C. and hasn’t looked back. He interned on Capitol Hill, and in his free time has deployed, volunteered, or worked for over 30 candidates in 14 states. He is also a former board member of the District of Columbia Republican Committee, and was elected Delegate to the 2016 Republican National Convention. Most recently, he worked for the federal government, and in research. He currently works for a Republican-centered trade association.
When not at meetings, Robert can be found on the lawn of a live music venue, backpacking on a trail, or in his kitchen testing out his latest recipe. Passport stamps are a must.