Regarded as one of the GOP’s most talented media strategists, Andy Seré has served as a top media consultant to members of Congress, national party committees and SuperPACs, and a presidential campaign.
Seré has crafted hundred of spots over the past several election cycles, contributing to several of the GOP’s biggest victories, including nine wins in the U.S. Senate races and over two dozen in the House. National political analysts have called his ads “persuasive, attention-getting and brutally effective.”
Seré spearheaded the widely-heralded advertising efforts of Ted Cruz’s presidential campaign, directing paid media strategy, creative and placement in 28 states. Cruz’s ads were deemed “the most effective TV ads in a Republican presidential race” by Politico and praised by The Washington Post’s Chris Cillizza as “the best of any candidate or Super PAC.”
Seré has directed media strategy in several races for the NRSC and NRCC - including upset victories in three open seats. He began making ads at DMM media in 2012 and quickly earned a reputation as a skilled writer and producer. Roll Call named Seré among “The Winning Consultants of 2012” and he was honored as a Mover and Shaker by Campaigns and Elections Magazine.
Previously serving as Chief of Staff to Congressman David McKinley (R-WV) and a communications strategist at the NRCC, Seré “distinguished himself as a bulldog,” according to BuzzFeed. Working hand-in-hand with Tim Garron, Seré drew notice from Politico for having “played a key role in the 2010 House GOP takeover.”
Seré lives with his wife and two daughters in his hometown of Houston, Texas.