Randle Communications (Randle) today announced the hire of Daniel Wetter as an Assistant Account Executive to support the company’s growing public affairs and local ballot initiative practice. Adding Wetter to the team represents the firm’s continued commitment to recruiting talented professionals who marry passion, communications and political savvy to help clients win.
“We are thrilled to have Daniel on board. His newsroom and public relations experience paired with his political and campaign involvement brings tremendous value to our clients,” Randle President and CEO Jeff Randle said. “Daniel has an ideal blend of experience in digital communications, marketing and politics that supports our firm’s innovative approach to public affairs.”
Wetter, who recently graduated from George Washington University, is founder and owner of DW Digital Consulting, a former Northern California-based firm that specialized in the design and execution of social media and digital advertising strategies for political candidates and Northern California non-profit organizations. Previously, Wetter served as digital coordinator for the Marco Rubio for President campaign, where he produced and hosted the official campaign podcast featuring the candidate’s daily activities. Wetter then served in the Bakersfield field office of U.S. House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy as political director before coming back to Sacramento to work for Campaign Solutions as an account coordinator.
Wetter will support a wide range of Randle clients including the California Association of REALTORS®, California Hospital Association and California Trailblazers.
“I am incredibly excited to begin working at Randle because it has been abundantly clear from day one how invested Randle is in my future,” said Wetter. “The reason Randle is the top public affairs firm in Sacramento stems from their commitment to employees and a deep belief in teamwork. I’m grateful to join such an outstanding team.”
A Roseville native, Wetter graduated in May 2018 with a Bachelor of Arts in Political Communication from George Washington University, School of Media and Public Affairs.