January 29, 2015

Tallahassee Trend

Marian Johnson is a political 'guru'

Amy Keller | 1/31/2014

For many candidates, Marian Johnson’s office at the Florida Chamber is the first stop on the campaign trail. With 50 years of experience in Florida politics, Marian Johnson knows the voter registration statistics and demographics of practically every county in the state. She delights in dissecting polls, scanning the data for insights that can help her “figure out messaging” during campaigns.

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