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Communications and political strategy
M.A., Political Science, Arizona State University, 1992
M.S., Speech, Syracuse University, 1989
B.S., Speech, Emerson College, 1987
SMPA 190.12, Rhetorical Theory in Politics
SMPA 159, Language and Politics
For nearly 15 years Peter Loge has been advising candidates, elected officials and advocacy organizations at all levels.
Prior to launching Milo Public Affairs LLC in 2007 Peter was a Senior Vice President M+R Strategic Services, a national public affairs and political consulting firm. At M+R Peter directed the Media Relations team and provided strategic counsel to a wide array of clients including the Save Darfur Coalition, Human Rights First, American Farmland Trust, and many others.
Prior to joining M+R Peter served as the first Director of The Justice Project, the organization that led the fight for the passage of the Innocence Protection Act, which President Bush signed into law only days before the 2004 election. Peter has extensive expertise in both communications and political strategy including serving as the Chief of Staff, Communications Director, and Campaign Manager to U.S. Representative Brad Sherman (D-CA), Director of Constituent Services to former U.S. Representative Sam Coppersmith (D-AZ), and Deputy to the Chief of Staff to Senator Edward Kennedy (D-MA).
Peter lectures regularly on politics and lobbying (several of his talks have been broadcast on C-SPAN), has been quoted in numerous local and national newspapers, and appears in the film, "Split: A Divided America."
His writing has recently appeared in the Drake Law Review, the edited volume Wounds that Do Not Bind: Victim Perspectives on the Death Penalty
, the Journal of the Caucus for Television Producers
, Writers & Directors
, and The Hill