When veteran political journalist Ron Fournier, a perennial pundit who rails against “tiny politics,” left the profession back in April to become president of the Michigan-based public relations firm Truscott Rossman, he said he would provide a needed Democratic perspective in the wake of one of its co-founder’s retirement.
Kelly Rossman-McKinney, the firm’s Democratic co-founder, was quitting to focus on a state Senate run, leaving behind Republican PR veteran and firm co-founder John Truscott. “Kelly, a legend, has been the Democratic side of a bipartisan equation; the ‘yin’ to John Truscott’s ‘yang,’” Fournier wrote in April. “That is my role now.”
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