Since Nov 15, 2002

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Brendan Steinhauser is the Director of Federal and State Campaigns for FreedomWorks. He graduated Phi Beta Kappa from The University of Texas, where he led the UT chapter of The Young Conservatives of Texas. Brendan received university honors and was inducted into the National Society for Collegiate Scholars and the Golden Key International Honour Society.

While at UT, Brendan studied International Relations and American and European History. He was a staff writer for two Collegiate Network journals: The Austin Review and Contumacy. He founded Students for American Values and co-founded Students for a Colorblind America at UT, and was subsequently awarded the Free Republic Collegiate Eagle Award. Brendan worked as a reporter for and spent one summer as an intern at the Texas House of Representatives.

Upon graduation Brendan published his book The Conservative Revolution: How to Win the Battle for College Campuses. The book is a guide for student leaders who want to organize conservative clubs on their own campuses. The book's ideas for recruitment, events and public relations have impacted hundreds of college campuses across the country. Brendan is an alumnus of both the Intercollegiate Studies Institute and the Leadership Institute.

He was a co-founder of the ISI Alumni Network in Washington, D.C. and is a guest lecturer at the LI Youth Leadership School. Brendan continues to advise student groups throughout the country, including chapters of The Young Conservatives of Texas, Students for Saving Social Security, College Republicans and Protest Warrior. Brendan's articles on various topics have appeared in Human Events,, Enter Stage Right, Front Page Magazine, The Daily Texan, The San Antonio Review, Intellectual Conservative,,, The Houston Review, and Exotic Wildlife Magazine.

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