He has worked in the local, state and national political arena for over 20 years. He is one of Wisconsin’s leading operatives, and has managed or advised several presidential, statewide, judicial, congressional, legislative and local campaigns. Graul also served as a chief of staff in both Washington D.C. and Madison.
Graul started his career working in the Wisconsin State Assembly from 1991-1998 where he worked as a top aide to two members of the legislative leadership. He also served as an alderman for the City of Fitchburg from 1995-1996. Graul was Chief of Staff to U.S. Rep Mark Green from 1999-2003. In 2004, he was the Wisconsin director for President George W. Bush’s successful reelection campaign. Graul grew up in Wauwatosa, Wisconsin and is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin.
Schacht has over a decade’s worth of experience in both state and national politics as well as in the media. Starting his career working for former Speaker Paul Ryan, Schacht spent five years serving Ryan in various capacities in both his campaign and congressional office.
Following his time with Ryan, Schacht spent time working in the Wisconsin Legislature as well as a writer for a national non-profit media organization. Nathan grew up in Jefferson, Wisconsin and is a graduate of Carroll University.
Before her position in the Majority Leader’s Office, Hannah served in the offices of Assembly Majority Leader Scott Suder, Senator Rich Zipperer, Senate Majority Leader Scott Fitzgerald, and Senator Dan Kapanke and ran several state Assembly campaigns.
Prior to working in state government, Hannah worked as an Assistant Account Executive for Kohnstamm Communications, a St. Paul-based public relations firm. Huffman grew up in La Crosse, Wisconsin and is a graduate of Northwestern College.