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Alexandra Datig is a political advisor and consultant who has a long-standing background with experience of more than 15 years on issues of public safety, public policy, environmental issues, drug policy, human trafficking. She has extensive experience in web-based multi-media content management, public and media relations, political campaign and strategy consultation and special investigations. Her political and community advocacy spans for over two decades.

A specialist in multi-media web content, she is the designer, creator and content manager of several successful websites and blogs and also produced and created over 100 shows of The Larry Elder Show webcast. One of her most recent project is The Elder Statement launched in 2014 for radio talk show host Larry Elder which gained more than 3 million views after its first year. She is editor in chief of the popular political news blog Front Page Index, where she also produces a video blog called "The Latest."

In the field of public relations, she has organized news conferences on behalf of a number of elected officials and issue campaigns as well as the Office of National Drug Control Policy and the U.S. Drug Czar. In 2015 she worked on behalf of Larry Elder working with the City of Los Angeles and the Hollywood Chamber to secure a nomination for a Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

She is also, designer, creator and editor-at-large for the national and international relations blog The Barry Nussbaum Report. Currently, she is on the the committee mobilizing The March To Save America, opposing the Iran Nuclear Deal and is publicist for the L.A. Greek Fest, the most successful festival in Southern California. She is also working with supporters of the Civil Rights Movement to secure a Presidential Medal of Freedom for the author of California Senate Bill 637, enacted into law in 1975.

Gaining her early experience in the political arena in the second largest city of the United States, the City of Los Angeles, has given her an extra edge. Working with and campaigning for several high ranking elected officials has offered valuable insight on the local, state and national political landscape. Her campaign experience includes Los Angeles City Council campaigns, supervisory elections, ballot measures, state-wide campaigns, slates, as well as national initiatives and public awareness and information campaigns. Datig was also a legal assistant and paralegal and managed a small civil rights law practice headed by a former longtime assistant Los Angeles city attorney who specialized in law enforcement litigation involving police practices and police union negotiations.

In 2011, Datig served as an advisor to the Transition Team for California Attorney General Kamala Harris' subcommittee on Environmental Justice, and in 2010, was instrumental in the defeat of California Proposition 19, The Regulate Control & Tax Cannabis Act. In 2012, Datig was also a strong supporter of the historic measure California Proposition 35, Stop Human Trafficking in California, for which she acted as liaison to secure a unanimous endorsement from the Los Angeles City Council with a motion introduced by Los Angeles Councilwoman Jan Perry, seconded by Los Angeles City Councilman Tom LaBonge. Prop. 35 enacts the most sever penalties against child and adult youth sex traffickers, placing them on the state sex offender registry. Prop. 35 also funds training for law enforcement to recognize victims and get him or her into treatment and rehabilitation.

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Alexandra Datig is a political advisor and consultant who has a long-standing background with experience of more than 15 years on issues of public safety, public policy, environmental issues, drug policy, human trafficking. She has extensive experience in web-based multi-media content management, public and media relations, political campaign and strategy consultation and special investigations. Her political and community advocacy spans for over two decades.

A specialist in multi-media web content, she is the designer, creator and content manager of several successful websites and blogs and also produced and created over 100 shows of The Larry Elder Show webcast. One of her most recent project is The Elder Statement launched in 2014 for radio talk show host Larry Elder which gained more than 3 million views after its first year. She is editor in chief of the popular political news blog Front Page Index, where she also produces a video blog called "The Latest."

In the field of public relations, she has organized news conferences on behalf of a number of elected officials and issue campaigns as well as the Office of National Drug Control Policy and the U.S. Drug Czar. In 2015 she worked on behalf of Larry Elder working with the City of Los Angeles and the Hollywood Chamber to secure a nomination for a Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

She is also, designer, creator and editor-at-large for the national and international relations blog The Barry Nussbaum Report. Currently, she is on the the committee mobilizing The March To Save America, opposing the Iran Nuclear Deal and is publicist for the L.A. Greek Fest, the most successful festival in Southern California. She is also working with supporters of the Civil Rights Movement to secure a Presidential Medal of Freedom for the author of California Senate Bill 637, enacted into law in 1975.

Gaining her early experience in the political arena in the second largest city of the United States, the City of Los Angeles, has given her an extra edge. Working with and campaigning for several high ranking elected officials has offered valuable insight on the local, state and national political landscape. Her campaign experience includes Los Angeles City Council campaigns, supervisory elections, ballot measures, state-wide campaigns, slates, as well as national initiatives and public awareness and information campaigns. Datig was also a legal assistant and paralegal and managed a small civil rights law practice headed by a former longtime assistant Los Angeles city attorney who specialized in law enforcement litigation involving police practices and police union negotiations.

In 2011, Datig served as an advisor to the Transition Team for California Attorney General Kamala Harris' subcommittee on Environmental Justice, and in 2010, was instrumental in the defeat of California Proposition 19, The Regulate Control & Tax Cannabis Act. In 2012, Datig was also a strong supporter of the historic measure California Proposition 35, Stop Human Trafficking in California, for which she acted as liaison to secure a unanimous endorsement from the Los Angeles City Council with a motion introduced by Los Angeles Councilwoman Jan Perry, seconded by Los Angeles City Councilman Tom LaBonge. Prop. 35 enacts the most sever penalties against child and adult youth sex traffickers, placing them on the state sex offender registry. Prop. 35 also funds training for law enforcement to recognize victims and get him or her into treatment and rehabilitation.

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