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Wayne C. Johnson

on March 14, 2011
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Johnson is the president of campaign and public affairs consulting firm The Wayne Johnson Agency (http://www.TheAgency.us), based in Sacramento.

[b]2009:[/b] Johnson is past Chairman of The American Association of Political Consultants http://www.theaapc.org/board/waynejohnson/ and seves on the Board of Directors of the International Association of Political Consultants. He also serves as CEO of two affiliated companies, Gateway Media and SmithJohnson Research, a media production and polling company, respectively.

2010: Wayne Johnson served as lead strategist and media consultant for the successful "No on Proposition 19" campaign (marijuana legalization), following three statewide California ballot measure victories in 2008.

In April, 2009, the firm announced that it no longer planned to serve as general consultant to legislative races, although it will continue to work with statewide and congressional candidates in California and elsewhere. Focus will remain on the growing initiative and referenda division, as well as the firm's public affairs and media production practice areas.
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Wayne C. Johnson

on March 14, 2011
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Johnson is the president of campaign and public affairs consulting firm The Wayne Johnson Agency (http://www.TheAgency.us/), based in Sacramento.

[b]2009:[/b] Johnson is past Chairman of The American Association of Political Consultants http://www.theaapc.org/board/waynejohnson/ and seves on the Board of Directors of the International Association of Political Consultants. He also serves as CEO of two affiliated companies, Gateway Media and SmithJohnson Research, a media production and polling company, respectively.

2010: Wayne Johnson served as lead strategist and media consultant for the successful "No on Proposition 19" campaign (marijuana legalization), following three statewide California ballot measure victories in 2008.

In April, 2009, the firm announced that it no longer planned to serve as general consultant to legislative races, although it will continue to work with statewide and congressional candidates in California and elsewhere. Focus will remain on the growing initiative and referenda division, as well as the firm's public affairs and media production practice areas.
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Wayne C. Johnson

on March 14, 2011
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Johnson is the president of campaign and public affairs consulting firm The Wayne Johnson Agency (http://www.TheAgency.us/), based in Sacramento.

[b]2009:[/b] Johnson is past Chairman of The American Association of Political Consultants http://www.theaapc.org/board/waynejohnson/ and seves on the Board of Directors of the International Association of Political Consultants. He also serves as CEO of two affiliated companies, Gateway Media and SmithJohnson Research, a media production and polling company, respectively.

2010: Wayne Johnson served as lead strategist and media consultant for the successful "No on Proposition 19" campaign (marijuana legalization), following three statewide California ballot measure victories in 2008.

In April, 2009, the firm announced that it no longer planned to serve as general consultant to legislative races, although it will continue to work with statewide and congressional candidates in California and elsewhere. Focus will remain on the growing initiative and referenda division, as well as the firm's public affairs and media production practice areas.
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Steve Poizner

on June 4, 2009
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Steve Poizner was elected California Insurance Commissioner in November,2006, defeating then-Lt. Governor Cruz Bustamante. Poizner's media consultant was Wayne Johnson, President of JohnsonClark Associates.

[b]Sept. 15, 2008: [/b] Poizner announced he will run for governor in the 2010 election. Source: http://www.flashreport.org/blog0a.php?postID=2008091502131720
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Steve Poizner

on June 4, 2009
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steve Poizner was elected California Insurance Commissioner in November,2006, defeating then-Lt. Governor Cruz Bustamante. Poizner's media consultant was Wayne Johnson, President of JohnsonClark Associates.

[b]Sept. 15, 2008: [/b] Poizner announced he will run for governor in the 2010 election. Source: http://www.flashreport.org/blog0a.php?postID=2008091502131720
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Jason Larrabee

on June 4, 2009
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June 28, 2007: Dropped his bid to run for the Second Assembly District. Larrabee's consultants JohnsonClark Associates will consult for candidate Jim Nielson.
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Tim Clark

on June 4, 2009
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Clark is president of campaign consulting firm Clark Davis Associates, a new California campaign consulting firm launched in April, 2009 (http://www.clarkdavisassociates.com/), and based in Sacramento. Formerly, Clark served as Vice-President of JohnsonClark Associates.

[b]2007-08:[/b] While at JohnsonClark Associates, Clark was consultant for Sen. Jeff Denham's (R-SD12) defense against a recall attempt. The recall campaign was spearheaded by Senate Pro Tem Don Perata (D-SD9).

[b]2008:[/b] Clark was lead consultant to Bob Watkins for Congress, 2008.

[b]2008:[/b] Clark works on Robert Rao's Republican primary campaign in the 15th Assembly District.

[b]June 2007:[/b] Campaign consultant for Jim Nielsen's bid for Second Assembly District. Previously, Clark worked for Jason Larrabee's campaign, but switched to Neilsen's camp after Larrabee dropped out and Neilsen jumped in.
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Wayne C. Johnson

on June 4, 2009
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Johnson is the president of campaign and public affairs consulting firm JohnsonClark Associates (http://www.johnsonclark.com/), based in Sacramento.

[b]2009:[/b] Johnson is the immediate past Chairman of The American Association of Political Consultants http://www.theaapc.org/board/waynejohnson/ and seves on the Board of Directors of the International Association of Political Consultants.

2008: Wayne Johnson served as lead strategist and media consultant for the successful February, 2008 "No on Propostiion 93" (term limits extension) campaign and the successful November, 2008 "No on Proposition 5" (Sentencing and parole reduction) campaign. He was a co-author of Proposition 11 and served on the strategy team for the winning November effort.

JohnsonClark Associates has traditionally maintained a legislative campaign practice area and in 2008 represented a number of legislative candidates, including Jim Nielsen, Jack Sieglock, Robert Rao, Sue Horne and Neal Blais. The firm also successfully defended Senator Jeff Denham in a recall election.

In April, 2009, the firm announced that it no longer planned to serve as general consultant to legislative races, although it will continue to work with statewide and congressional candidates in California and elsewhere. Focus will remain on the growing initiative and referenda division, as well as the firm's public affairs and media production practice areas.
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