Fine Gael drops US political consultancy firm

FG had been paying the firm for political research and advice since 2004

15th February, 2018
Fine Gael's ‘Let’s keep the recovery going’ slogan proved to be far less successful than hoped. Pic: Rolling News

Fine Gael has ditched its US political consultants due to dissatisfaction with their performance in the last general election.

The Washington-based firm Greenberg Quinlan Rosner had worked on the campaigns of high profile political leaders such as former US president Bill Clinton and describes itself as one of the world’s premier opinion research and strategic consulting firms.

Fine Gael had been paying the firm for political research and advice since the 2004 local...

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