WASHINGTON — PR Daily has named JDA Frontline, a Washington, D.C., public affairs firm, and Mira Winery, of Napa Valley, Calif., “Best Media Relations Campaign” in its 2013 Media Relations Awards.
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton made a huge splash joining Twitter on Monday and the combination of her 140 character bio and her first tweet have left many wondering if this means “Hillary 2016” is happening.
JDA Frontline's Kevin Madden, Democratic strategist Hilary Rosen and The New Yorker's Ryan Lizza appeared on CNN's The Lead with Jake Tapper to discuss the Congressional investigation into the attack in Benghazi and whether or not the American public was misled by the administration.
Charles Babington of the Associated Press explores the political ramifications surrounding immigration reform, noting the issues that Republican voters are keying into. With the rollout of the Senate Gang of Eight's immigration reform bill a week and a half ago, bipartisan efforts to pass the bill through Congress and to persuade constituents have been underway. Senator Rubio has taken the lead with Republicans, looking to assuage the concerns of immigration reform opponents. He argues that from a policy perspective, action needs to be taken. Others in the party are wanting to take a different approach to the hotly contested matter. Babington turns to JDA Frontline's Kevin Madden for insight: