Though its local officials are mostly Democrats and Alexandria voted overwhelmingly for Barack Obama, Old Town boasts an impressive concentration of right-leaning strategists and media. Here’s a sampling:
815 King Street
The policy-advocacy org is on a mission to “protect and defend” the Constitution.
108 South Washington Street
The political-news site, founded by former Republican Party staffers, cosponsored a GOP presidential debate in February.
203 South Union Street
A PR and literary agency launched in 2011 by two former aides to Donald Rumsfeld.
705 Prince Street
An ad agency that reps Republican campaigns, including Rick Perry’s 2012 presidential bid.
112 South Patrick Street
Clients of the public-affairs strategy firm include the Tea Party Patriots and Citizens United.
515 King Street
An advocacy group focused on “a free enterprise, less government, less taxes approach to senior issues.”
675 North Washington Street
The Washington Post reports that Donald Trump has quietly made this building his local campaign HQ.
This article appears in our June 2016 issue of Washingtonian.