Brent D. Burns named as Milne for Vermont Campaign Manager
BURLINGTION, VT -- Candidate for Vermont governor Scott Milne today announces his campaign will be managed by Brent D. Burns, an experienced leader, problem solver, and U.S. Army veteran.
"Brent's leadership, work ethic, and experience will be a great asset in building the team we need to run a competitive race." said Milne. "I am thrilled to have Brent as our campaign manager."
Prior to joining the Milne for Vermont campaign, Burns served as the Political Director for the Vermont Republican State Committee where his primary focus was recruiting and training candidates to run for elected office.
"I am honored to be asked to lead Milne for Vermont and am looking forward to running a positive, competitive, and unconventional campaign", said Burns.
Burns is a graduate of Texas A&M University, where he was a member of the Corps of Cadets, Company D-2. As an Army ROTC cadet and student, Burns was selected to attend Special Warfare School, Eisenhower Leadership Development Program, Student Conference on National Affairs, and served as Director of Communications for the Student Senate.
After college, Burns worked as a political consultant for U.S. Congressman Michael McCaul, Chairman of the House Homeland Security Committee. After the 2008 elections, Burns enlisted in the U.S. Army, spending four years working on Department of Defense satellite communications systems. Prior to exiting the military and moving to Vermont, Burns spent 15 months deployed to Southwest Asia as a Non-Commissioned Officer where he served as a tactical and strategic satellite communications systems supervisor and Squad Leader.
Today, Brent happily calls Essex, Vermont home. He lives with his wife Cristin, who is a sixth-generation Vermonter, their two dogs, Ace and Annabelle, cat Archibald, and horse Max.
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