What is Longleaf Politics?
Longleaf Politics is a political communications and strategy firm, working to get smart conservative leaders elected and practical policies passed in North Carolina.
We use our specialty in digital communications — from email newsletters to social media — to show voters why our clients are the right choice. We’re experts in cutting through the noise to tell your story in an effective way.
To further our mission, we also serve as a trusted guide, giving voters, candidates, lobbyists and business executives useful resources to succeed in N.C. politics.
Who We Are
Andrew Dunn is the founder of Longleaf Politics.
Andrew is formerly the Head of News at Charlotte Agenda, responsible for content at a fast-growing local news startup and part of the management team making strategic and financial decisions. That move to digital journalism came after a decade as a reporter and editor at North Carolina newspapers including the Charlotte Observer and the StarNews in Wilmington.
Andrew continues to cover North Carolina politics in a variety of publications.
Andrew is a UNC-Chapel Hill graduate and former editor of The Daily Tar Heel. His work has been cited numerous times by the N.C. Press Association and the Society of American Business Editors and Writers.
Ready to Get Started?
If you're a smart, conservative candidate running for office, Longleaf Politics is ready to tell your story. We can help you plan your high-level content strategy. Or we can do the dirty work: Building your website, publishing your newsletter, posting to your blog, or interacting on social media.
What does Longleaf Politics believe?
We approach politics from the reasonable right-of-center. But these beliefs we hold are much more important:
We believe in civil debate.
We believe in the marketplace of ideas.
We believe people can disagree without one side being evil.
We believe in decency and respect.
We believe that there’s no such thing as an unbiased news source.
We believe that to do is much more difficult and valuable than to criticize from the sidelines.
We believe that North Carolina is the best state in the nation and we want it to succeed.