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David Quintana

David Quintana’s professional history spans over 15 years in and around the Capitol. With extensive expertise in a wide range of issue areas, Mr. Quintana provides clients with strategy development, policy analysis, relationship-building, campaign consulting and direct lobbying services.

Previously, Mr. Quintana served as a Legislative Director in the State Senate and as a Consultant for the Senate Committee on Public Safety. Following his work in the Capitol, Mr. Quintana became the Legislative Director for the California Nations Indian Gaming Association. He then used this experience in 2004 when he founded the California Tribal Business Alliance. Serving as its political director, Mr. Quintana has played an instrumental role in building the CTBA into a political force. Mr. Quintana's reach extends into numerous sectors, including tribal gaming, labor, finance, energy, education, and high-tech/social media. With a comprehensive understanding of both politics and policy, Mr. Quintana is able to adopt effective strategies to meet each client’s needs. The focus is not only on immediate results, but also on establishing lasting relationships to achieve the client’s long-term goals.

Mr. Quintana is extremely active on the political and electoral front in addition to legislative and lobbying efforts. He puts together independent expenditure campaigns on behalf of his clients and numerous other third house participants and provides his clients with valuable comprehensive political strategies.

In 2013, for the fourth year in a row, Capitol Weekly named Mr. Quintana one of the Capitol’s Top 100 "Major Players" in their annual list. In October of 2012, Mr. Quintana was a featured speaker for the Leadership California Institute’s Candidate Forum 2012, where he advised incoming legislative candidates on politics and lobbying as part of the Sacramento Decision Makers panel. In addition, Mr. Quintana was featured on Comcast NewsMakers in November of 2012 to discuss off-reservation gambling in California. That same year, Mr. Quintana was featured in the documentary, Reason.tv: The Politics of Poker and Why It's Time to Legalize Online Gaming, as an expert in tribal gaming. Local news organizations have frequently turned to Mr. Quintana for interviews, relying on his expertise in the political field.



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