About Jeff

Hi and thank you for visiting my website. Here is a brief professional bio:

Jeff Lucas

I have over 10 years of experience in the political arena—everything from campaigning and working on the Hill to managing large-scale events and coordinating government relations for a corporation. My focus throughout has been connecting supporters and stake-holders with the organization and sustaining mutually beneficial relationships. My primary tools are email, interactive websites and social media.

In my four years at Progressive Majority (a national organization dedicated solely to electing progressive champions at the state and local level of government), I transformed an unorganized email list of less than 40,000 email addresses to a dynamic advocacy and fundraising list with over 100,000 distinct email addresses. Upon my arrival to Progressive Majority in 2006, I oversaw the creation, development and launch of the organization’s new website in less than four months. During my tenure at Progressive Majority, the online fundraising doubled in consecutive years and outgoing online communications increased by more than 250%.

The accomplishment I am most proud of, though, is the relationships I built with the state operations and our great work to elect qualified, thoughtful people to office.

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I grew up just outside Seattle and graduated from the University of Washington. I earned my Masters from George Washington University and have lived in DC for the better part of the last decade. I really look forward to the day when DC has full representation in Congress.

In my spare time, I enjoy traveling, cycling and photography (all photos on this website are mine). I am an avid sports fan and am often awake until the wee hours of the morning to catch Husky games. I look forward to when the Capitals finally hoist the Stanley Cup and wonder if the Mariners or the Nationals will ever go to the World Series.

My friend Bailey and I celebrate the Washington Nationals winning their first game in the new Nationals Stadium on a walk-off home run by All-Star Third Baseman Ryan Zimmerman in 2008.