Kristen Soltis Anderson Biography
Kristen Soltis Anderson born Kristen Lynne Soltis is an American television personality, Republican pollster, and writer. She has written for The Daily Beast, Politico, and The Huffington Post.
Time magazine named Anderson one of the 30 People Under 30 who are changing the world in 2013. Marie Claire magazine declared Soltis one of the “New Guard” of fifty rising female leaders.
Kristen graduated from the University of Florida with a B.A. in political science in 2005. She later obtained her M.A. in government from The Johns Hopkins University in 2009. As a junior in college, Kristen interned with the finance department of the National Republican Congressional Committee and was then appointed by Florida Governor Jeb Bush to the Florida Commemorative Quarter Committee.
She interned as a senior at the Washington D.C.-based opinion research and political communications firm, The Winston Group.
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She was born Kristen Lynne Soltis on February 22, 1984 in Orlando, Florida, U.S.
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Kristen Soltis was born in 1984 in Orlando, Florida. However, her family background is not yet revealed.
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Kristen Soltis got married to Chris Anderson on April 28, 2012. The couple appeared for the first time when they were both working for a strategy and research firm for business and politics at The Winston Group in 2007.
Kristen Soltis Anderson Career
After graduation in 2005, Soltis accepted a full-time position with The Winston Group where she focused on the youth vote and education reform. She began publishing pieces of her thesis as articles on Pollster.com after earning her graduate degree in 2009. She published for The Next Right, a conservative blog dedicated to developing young conservatives who could help rebuild the Republican Party.
Her findings were mentioned in 2010 by James Carville, a prominent Democrat political strategist and commentator. This led to various news programs and journalists asking for her insights. She then started appearing on television news shows as a guest commentator. Kristen subsequently received $1 million from a Republican super PAC to research the youth vote.
She also served as its Communications Director while still working with the Winston Group. Soltis later began to appear as a political pundit on various news programs which included CNN’s State of the Union, Fox News’s The O’Reilly Factor,HBO’s Real Time with Bill Maher, and CNN’s Piers Morgan.
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She was a communications adviser to Crossroads Generation, a Republican organization focused on the youth vote during the 2012 elections. Kristen helped develop a 90-page guidebook about how the Republican Party might get more votes from young people after GOP candidate Mitt Romney lost the 2012 youth vote by 23 points.
She left The Winston Group and founded Echelon Insights in 2014 with Patrick Ruffini the co-founder of The Next Right blog. Echelon conducts issue-oriented research for news organizations and other groups. She released her book, The Selfie Vote: Where Millenials are Leading America in 2015
She has also cohosted two live media blogs: “The Week In Blog” program for Bloggingheads.tv and Variety’s “Wilshire and Washington” weekly podcast. She was then the primary author of Grand Old Party for a Brand New Generation. The book analyzed the youth vote and proposed ways for the Republican Party to recapture it.
Anderson also served as an issue-advocacy adviser to the YG Network. It was in support of its efforts to develop conservative women activists. She presently co-hosts a polling-related podcast called “The Pollsters”.
Kristen Soltis Anderson Book
The Selfie Vote: Where Millennials Are Leading America (And How Republicans Can Keep Up)
The GOP’s leading millennial pollster offers an eye-opening look at America’s shifting demographics and reveals how these changes will affect future elections.
The American electorate is undergoing a radical transformation. Cultural factors are reshaping how a new generation of voters considers issues. Demographic shifts are creating an increasingly diverse electorate, and technological advances are opening new avenues for voter contact and persuasion.
Kristen Soltis Anderson examines these hot-topic trends and how they are influencing the way youth, women, and minorities vote. Blending observations from focus groups, personal stories, and polling results, the Republican pollster offers key insights into the changing nature of American politics.
The Selfie Vote introduces you to tech-savvy political consultants and shows you how these hip young pollsters and consultants are using data mining and social media to transform electoral politics—including tracking your purchasing history. Make some purchases at a high-end culinary store? Crave sushi? Your choices outside the ballot box can reveal how you might vote. And anyone interested in the future of politics should know where these cultural trends are heading.
Data-driven yet highly readable, The Selfie Vote busts established myths about campaigns and elections while offering insights about what’s ahead—and what it could mean for American politics and governance.
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Kristen has a height of 5 feet 5 inches.
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Kristen Soltis Anderson has more on the Washington Examiner’s upcoming Sea Island Political Summit
Washington Examiner Columnist Kristen Soltis Anderson spoke with Erick Erickson, host of the Erick Erickson Show on WSB Radio in Atlanta, Georgia. They discussed the upcoming Washington Examiner Summit in Sea Island, Georgia, as well as the latest news headlines.
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