Albert Morales uses his years of political experience to advance the interests of GQR’s clients. Morales has an extensive network throughout the country and across Washington that allow him to secure timely intelligence, gain rare insight into the inner workings of political leaders, and help position clients for success.
Most recently Morales served as Senior Political Director for Latino Decisions, a polling and research firm. Offering his strategic insights with quality advice to companies, organizations, and candidates across the country. Prior to that, Morales served as Vice President of Government Affairs for the United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (USHCC) where he led the Chambers’ government relations on Capitol Hill, the Administration and its membership across the country. While there, Morales championed the organization’s first Presidential endorsement in its 37-year history.
In the run up to the 2016 Presidential Primaries, he served as Director of Hispanic Engagement and Deputy Director of the party’s overall engagement efforts. During Governor Howard Dean’s tenure at the DNC, Mr. Morales spearheaded the party’s 50 State Strategy aimed at Hispanic voters.
Morales’s political experience includes leadership roles at both the Democratic National Committee and the Democratic Governors’ Association. During his time at the DNC, Morales served as Regional Political Director for the Committee’s 2000 Redistricting Project. He also worked with house and senate caucuses in state legislatures advocating for consensus on redistricting maps. While at the Democratic Governors Association Albert served as Federal Liaison and Policy Advisor to then DGA Chairman Governor Bill Richardson. He also served as DGA liaison to Democratic Governors in the Hall of States and the National Governors Association.
Mr. Morales is a native of Fort Worth, Texas. He currently resides on his farm in Woodbine, Maryland with his wife Amelia and daughter Martha.