Garrett Murch currently serves as communications and political director of the Maine Republican Party. A native of Windsor, Maine and a graduate of Cony High School and the University of Vermont, Murch began work for then-Senator Olympia J. Snowe upon graduation. He then worked for the Heritage Foundation, Townhall.com, and managed the congressional campaign of Jason Levesque to represent Maine's Second Congressional District in 2010. Following that election, Murch returned to D.C. where he spent over five years as communications advisor to then-Senator and now Attorney General, Jeff Sessions. Murch went on to be senior editor for Laura Ingraham's startup online publication, LifeZette. Upon moving home to Maine in early 2017, Murch worked in Gov. Paul LePage's Office of Policy and Management before beginning his current position with the Maine Republican Party.
Tax relief effort will benefit Maine families, workers, and small businesses