Chris Marston formed Election CFO to fill an expanding need in politics. While serving several tours on the official side of government, both on Capitol Hill and in the Executive Branch, Marston volunteered on the political side, serving as a campaign treasurer in both state and federal campaigns. He learned the legal details of campaign finance in Election Law (the only class he really enjoyed in law school). While serving as chairman of his local Republican Party, he learned the reality of campaign finance law - McCain-Feingold, layered on top of 50 states' regulations, made campaign finance disclosure a full-time job. Every time he worked on a campaign (and, living in Virginia, where every year is an election year, there were a lot of times), he learned how to streamline processes, make it easier for contributions from donors to turn quickly into expenditures, and to do it in compliance with the law and in support of a campaign's political plan.
George Croft has volunteered with many campaigns and local committees over the years, working as a treasurer, in voter list management, and most everything else. He has also served in numerous political leadership capacities, including service on the State Central Committee. George has a professional background in software development and is a graduate of George Mason University.
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