Michael Biundo

Michael Biundo
Co-Founder and Partner
Email: Michael@rightonstrategies.com
Twitter: @MichaelBiundo

Michael Biundo, from Manchester, New Hampshire, recently completed his service as National Senior Advisor for President-elect Donald Trump's successful campaign. Earlier during the 2016 presidential election cycle, he had served as National Senior Advisor for Ohio Governor John Kasich's presidential campaign and for Kentucky U.S. Senator Rand Paul’s presidential campaign. He also plays an integral role in many of our clients' strategy and overall management.

Previously, Biundo served as National Campaign Manager for former Pennsylvania U.S. Senator Rick Santorum’s 2012 presidential campaign, which carried eleven states, including the Iowa Caucus. After the 2012 presidential primary concluded, Mike served as National Deputy Coalitions Director for Mitt Romney’s general election campaign, providing extensive experience in grassroots politics. Prior to that, he was the driving force behind New Hampshire Congressman Frank Guinta’s successful 2010 run for Congress as campaign manager and general consultant. He was also the architect for Frank Guinta’s 2005 upset victory in the race for Mayor of Manchester over an entrenched three-term Democratic incumbent.

Mike’s extensive resume also includes a senior role in Pat Buchanan’s 1996 New Hampshire Primary upset victory. 

Over the years, he has led numerous successful grassroots political teams and ballot initiatives in states across the county. He offers our clients creative value in helping to write and produce television and radio spots, as well as developing marketing campaigns for corporate and political clients.

Among the many awards and accolades he has received, Biundo has been recognized by the Union Leader’s “40 Under Forty” list. He was recently ranked as New Hampshire’s number one “key operative” by veteran Granite State journalist John DiStaso who said Mike is, “one of the best grassroots organizers and coalitions builders in the state, if not the country.” James Pindell of the Boston Globe also named him as one of the top political endorsements needed for a candidate to win the New Hampshire Republican Presidential Primary in 2016.