SDCC Brings On Finance Director

Myles KovenThe Senate Democratic Campaign Committee (SDCC) hired Myles Koven as its new Finance Director for the 2018 cycle.

Koven was most recently a fundraiser at the Saint Bernard Group working with federal, statewide, and Philadelphia campaigns.  Prior to that, Koven was a fundraiser for Katie McGinty’s Senate campaign in 2016.  

“I am thrilled to join the SDCC and work alongside David Marshall and the entire Senate Caucus as we gear up for 2018,” Koven said of starting with SDCC.  

“Last week’s results statewide and nationwide showed us that voters are eager to fight back against President Trump and the out of touch Republican agenda. We have a tremendous opportunity next year to win back numerous Republican held seats and I look forward to being an integral part of that process.”

Koven has worked in multiple races outside of Pennsylvania, including Lois Frankel’s 2012 Florida Congressional campaign in 2012 as a field organizer, and Alison Lundergan Grimes 2014 Kentucky Senate campaign as a fundraiser.

November 15th, 2017 | Posted in Front Page Stories, Harrisburg | 5 Comments

5 thoughts on “SDCC Brings On Finance Director”

  1. Joe says:

    Some good he did for McGinty!😂. Pat Toomey was so horrible, that Daffey Duck should’ve beaten him.

    If not for the 3rd Party Libertarian in the 2016 PA Senate Election, Toomey would’ve beaten McGinty by about 5 to 6 percentage points, aka, a BLOW-OUT VICTORY.

  2. Lehigh Valley says:

    Myles is a great guy and will do a great job. Congrats!

  3. Eddie Munster says:

    Nice widows peak.

  4. EvilBobCaseyIV says:

    Worked for Katie McGinty? That’s cool. SO he worked for a liar and a socialist? You should just say that. Oh well at least he knows how to run a successful campaign…CRAP SHE LOST DIDNT SHE. Weird. Democrats putting more losers into their deck. Keep shuff…shufflinnnn.

    1. Isaac L. says:

      Accusing people of being a “socialist”? This isn’t the ’80s. The Russkies are helping Republicans these days.

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