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Mr. Shawn Michael Hanley

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  • B.S. , Political Science
    University of Illinois at Chicago
  • Coverdell Leadership Institute
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Political news from GA and nation, 1 Mar 2011 [cached]
for State GOP Chair is using sneaky tricks in the use of the Fulton County GOP Phone System to make calls on behalf of Hanley for State Chair. Read more
Shawn Hanley
Shawn Hanley, Fulton County GOP Chairman, is also running for GA GOP Chair. You can read more on this topic in the Beacon. If enough GA Republicans tell the Governor how they feel about this, he may have second thoughts. Personally, I do not think that the Governor realizes the bucket of worms he has opened.
Shawn Hanley, Business ..., 9 Nov 2010 [cached]
Shawn Hanley, Business Development Director, Public Programs Phone: 717.265.7070 Fax: 717.265.7047
News | Keep Georgia Red, 12 Nov 2012 [cached]
Shawn Hanley.
Atlanta, GA/March 8, 2011 - The Republicans at Morehouse College honored Shawn Hanley, Chairman of the Fulton County Republican Party and candidate for Georgia GOP Chair, for his commitment and dedication to outreach to the minority community. As Fulton County Chairman, Hanley has made minority outreach one of the cornerstones of his chairmanship. In running for Georgia GOP Chair, he has made minority outreach one of the major issues in his 6 in 60 campaign plan. Hanley believes as is demonstrated by the growth of such groups as the Republicans at Morehouse College, that the Republican Party can reach out and attract minority voters that it has for too long ignored. Hanley recognizes that minority voters long ignored by the Republican Party are critical to its continued success and share many of the fiscal and social values of the Republican Party. In honoring Shawn, Edward Anderson, President of the Republicans at Morehouse College announced his support for Hanley for GA GOP Chair. In honoring Shawn, Edward Anderson, President of the Republicans at Morehouse College announced his support for Hanley for GA GOP Chair.
"As a former US Marine I learned that race never came between people who wanted to honor, serve and fight for America," said Shawn Hanley. "In our Republican party, with shared conservative values, we also need to fight together to ensure that the fight to take America back from an out-of-control President also is a fight where race has no place. Obama is in the process of destroying our country and the future of our children and I'm honored to fight Obama with all I got and I'm proud to have the men at Morehouse by my side."
Part of Hanley's plan calls for the establishment of a Republican organization on each of Georgia's Historical Black Colleges and Universities and facilitating the connection between the campuses and the area's county and district parties. Hanley believes as do many Republican leaders that in order for the Republican Party to grow and continue to be the majority Party in Georgia it has to attract minority voters and needs to emphasize our shared values. Hanley assisted in spearheading with Morehouse College students the establishment of the Republicans at Morehouse College.
"Three years ago Shawn came to our campus and began an incredible relationship between our membership and Georgia Republicans," said, Shermichael Singleton, Founder of Republicans of Morehouse College.
"Shawn raised money to help get our group started, introduced us to dozens of key republicans and mentored us as we launched our new Republican group…he was there from the beginning and he's still there for us"
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Shawn Hanley on the Radio with Frank Barnas
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Candidate for state GOP chairman Shawn Hanley announced an initial list of endorsements from Tea Partiers, 2nd amendment advocates, Republican grassroots activists, and fellow county GOP officers.
"I am so thankful for all of the support from a wide range of grassroots activists from across the state," said Shawn Hanley, chairman of the Fulton GOP, who served as the 2010 Tea Party Coalition Director for Veterans. "Their commitment to defeating Obama in 2012 and electing conservatives from the bottom-up is exactly why my '6 in 60' plan includes the establishment of a Tea Party and 2nd amendment coalition, and a renewed emphasis on building up counties, especially those with populations under 80,000, which have been routinely overlooked."
"For years, we watched our country suffer, as elected officials, who took an oath to defend the Constitution and serve the people who elected them, became captives of an elite political class that did not shutter at passing spending bills and expanding the scope of government," wrote Hanley in a letter to the Tea Party in which he emphasized the need for an open and fair primary process, indicating that there are a growing number of activists who want to hold politicians accountable for the promises they make and the votes they cast.
Harold Logsdon, former candidate for Insurance Commissioner: "Shawn Hanley is the type of Chairman Georgia needs now.
Shawn understands the Tea Party and will work diligently to ensure that we have a coordinated plan to defeat Obama, who in 2012 received 48% of the vote in Georgia. It is obvious the Tea Party had plenty to do with the Georgia Republican wins in 2010, and we need a Chairman who knows the Tea Party and is ready to work with them. Shawn has my full endorsement and I will be working hard to get him elected."
Jerry Henry, President of "Shawn has been very active over the past few years in furthering our 2nd amendment Constitutional rights.
Bill Greene, co-coordinator of the Four Corners Tea Party and Gwinnett County GOP Precinct Chairman: "I am pleased to endorse Shawn Hanley in his campaign to become the next Chairman of the Georgia Republican Party.
I believe Shawn is the person who is willing to embrace these active and excited newcomers into our party, while maintaining the knowledge and experience the party possesses. Without such leadership, as Shawn will bring to the office, the Georgia GOP faces a future much like the Democrat party. Let's not let that happen to us! Shawn is the one candidate in this race who has a history of reaching out and broadening our party's base.
Shawn Hanley
Shawn Hanley, a former Marine running for chairman of the Georgia Republican Party, released a plan Wednesday on his new website,, outlining how he will work with the state committee to address six key areas within the first sixty days, if elected chairman at the Georgia Republican Party state convention in May.
"If we are to keep Georgia red and compete with the Obama machine in 2012, we need our state committee fully engaged," said Shawn Hanley, current chairman of the Fulton GOP and member of the state committee, vying for the top spot at the state party.
"As a state committee member, I recognize the importance of the committee members' involvement in setting strategy and executing any plan that calls for major changes to our organization.
"The '6 in 60' plan specifically addresses all counties, especially those with populations under 80,000 people because they have been routinely overlooked, and GOTV technology, the procurement process, minority outreach, coalition building and fundraising.
"The value of the state committee cannot be underestimated," said Hanley.
SHAWN M. ..., 27 Oct 2012 [cached]
SHAWN M. HANLEY Principal 202.390.4991 404.642.7982
Shawn M. Hanley is the owner of Shawn Hanley & Associates LLC, a government relations and procurement consulting company, headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia. He represents his clients on a number of issues ranging Federal Healthcare, Medicaid processing, Data and Enterprise Security, and IT staffing at the local, state, and federal levels. In today's complex political environment, Hanley draws on his relationships with members of the legislative and executive branches across the country to help his clients gain key access to, and understanding of, government procurement opportunities. He has worked with legislatures in thirty states, including Georgia, Iowa, Illinois, Florida, Kentucky and Indiana.
Hanley left the Fortune 100 Cooperate World for the red-zone of Iraq in 2005. He returned in the Summer of 2006 where he served as the Senior Program Officer for the International Republican Institute.
Shawn played a pivotal role for the IRI, when, on October 15, 2005, the Iraqi people overwhelmingly voted to approve a new constitution. Leading up to the December 2005 elections, Shawn conducted a series of Campaign Management and Get-Out-The-Vote "train-the-trainers" sessions in Baghdad, Basrah and Erbil that directly reached approximately 500 senior party leaders, who, through subsequent training efforts, instructed approximately 50,000 additional party leaders. Additionally, Shawn authored the training manuals and had roughly 50,000 Campaign Management and Get-Out-The-Vote manuals distributed throughout the country. During these trainings, Shawn worked with Sunni, Shia and Kurdish party leaders from more than one hundred political parties.
Prior to working with the IRI, Shawn served as the Vice President of Legislative Affairs for Affiliated Computer Services State Healthcare Inc. (ACS), where he oversaw the company's government and legislative activities at the state, local and federal levels. Hanley was responsible for the day-to-day management and consulting efforts of all government and legislative activities in the thirty states in which ACS State Healthcare has business.
In November of 2000, Shawn was asked to join President-elect Bush's team and was appointed by the White House to serve as Special Assistant to the Office of the White House Liaison in the Department of Veterans' Affairs. In this role, Hanley managed all political appointments of then-Secretary Principi's advisory committees and participated in a wide range of political and policy initiatives. Subsequently, Hanley served as Deputy Assistant Secretary of Congressional Relations for the Department of Veteran Affairs and was promoted to the Senior Executive Service. While serving as a DAS, Hanley managed substantive policy and legislative procedures at the direction of the White House and the Secretary. Hanley was then tapped to serve as Chief of Staff to Dr. Leo S. Mackay Jr., Deputy Secretary of the Department of Veteran Affairs, the Department's second in command and Chief Operating Officer of the Federal Government's second largest department.
As Chief of Staff, Hanley assisted Mackay in formulating political and departmental policy affecting over 24 million veterans.
Prior to his departure, in recognition of his work with the Department of Veterans Affairs and the Healthcare and Benefits of Veterans, Secretary Principi awarded Shawn the Meritorious Service Award.
Just days after graduating High-school Hanley followed in his Father's footsteps and enlisted on active duty in the United States Marine Corps and was honorably discharged in 1993. With the onset of the first Gulf War quickly approaching, Hanley voluntarily returned to active duty and was ordered to report to Marine Corps Air Station in Cherry Point, North Carolina. Hanley assisted in the management and preparation of the deployment of thousands of troops for Operation Desert Storm. Shawn's efforts stateside were recognized when he was awarded the National Defense Medal.
A graduate of the University of Illinois at Chicago, Shawn attended college on the GI Bill and earned a degree in Political Science. He is a past member of the Board of Advisors for both the Georgia and Atlanta Chambers of Commerce. In November of 2007 Hanley was elected to serve as the Chairman of the Fulton County Republican Party and was reelected in 2009. In 2010 Georgia Governor Sonny Perdue appointed Hanley to serve on the Veterans Service Board.
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"Rob is a top tier attorney, ready to handle all the issues we're going to send his way," said Shawn Hanley, Fulton County Republican Party Chairman.
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