Dominick Ianno

executive director, MA Republican Party

Gray Media Vice President Dominick Ianno holds nearly a decade of experience working with the Massachusetts and national media. He is often quoted in local and national media outlets and frequently appears as a guest on news and talk programs. Mr. Ianno previously served as Press Secretary in the Executive Office for Administration and Finance, where he was the chief fiscal spokesman for two Massachusetts Governors. He also supervised the communications strategy at the twenty-three state agencies which report to A&F, which include the state budget, revenue, purchasing, human resources, information technology and capital planning departments.

A veteran of the Massachusetts political scene, Mr. Ianno served as the Executive Director of the Massachusetts Republican Party, where he was responsible for overseeing the party's day-to-day operations and media relations. During his tenure, the Mass GOP recruited its highest number of legislative candidates since 1990 and delivered the surprising upset special-election victory of State Senator Scott Brown. He has also worked as a research and media operative for several statewide Republican campaigns in Massachusetts, including the Weld for Senate campaign and the successful Romney-Healey and Cellucci-Swift campaigns, and spent 2 years as Communications Director for the Massachusetts Republican Party. A native of New Hartford, NY, Dominick Ianno has received a BA in political science from the State University of New York at Oswego and a JD from the New England School of Law.

Gray Media Vice President Dominick Ianno holds nearly a decade of experience working with the Massachusetts and national media. He is often quoted in local and national media outlets and frequently appears as a guest on news and talk programs. Mr. Ianno previously served as Press Secretary in the Executive Office for Administration and Finance, where he was the chief fiscal spokesman for two Massachusetts Governors. He also supervised the communications strategy at the twenty-three state agencies which report to A&F, which include the state budget, revenue, purchasing, human resources, information technology and capital planning departments.

A veteran of the Massachusetts political scene, Mr. Ianno served as the Executive Director of the Massachusetts Republican Party, where he was responsible for overseeing the party's day-to-day operations and media relations. During his tenure, the Mass GOP recruited its highest number of legislative candidates since 1990 and delivered the surprising upset special-election victory of State Senator Scott Brown. He has also worked as a research and media operative for several statewide Republican campaigns in Massachusetts, including the Weld for Senate campaign and the successful Romney-Healey and Cellucci-Swift campaigns, and spent 2 years as Communications Director for the Massachusetts Republican Party. A native of New Hartford, NY, Dominick Ianno has received a BA in political science from the State University of New York at Oswego and a JD from the New England School of Law.

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