“Why the Rust Belt, the South, and Rural America Need You”
Michael Ceraso has nearly a decade of experience in electoral politics. He started his career as a City Coordinator for Greenpeace in Los Angeles and Philadelphia before he joined the 2008 Obama presidential campaign team in New Mexico. In between 2009 and 2011, he worked on several city council and state senate races before he rejoined Obama’s campaign team in New Hampshire as his Deputy Field Director. Since 2014, he has worked as a Program Director for Airbnb, New Hampshire Deputy State Director and California State Director for Bernie Sanders, and most recently, managed a South Carolina House of Representatives Election for a first-time candidate to increase Democratic turnout by 14-points in a heavily Republican district.