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CFS Announces Hiring of Patrick Long

BETHESDA, MD (Mar. 5, 2019)Campaign Financial Services (CFS), Washington, D.C.’s leading campaign finance and compliance firm, is proud to announce the hiring of Patrick Long as a Compliance Associate.

Long comes to CFS after spending nearly three years on Capitol Hill leading communications for retired Representative Mike Fitzpatrick (PA-08) and current Representative Brian Fitzpatrick (PA-01) in one of the nation’s most high-profile and competitive tossup districts. Last cycle, the Pennsylvania First Congressional District became the fifth most expensive general election House race ever and just one of three Republican-held districts won by Hillary Clinton.

In his new role, Long will manage corporate and trade associations PACs in order to protect corporate reputations, maximize advocacy efforts, and provide full-service financial management and compliance. Additionally, he will work with Members of Congress and their senior staff to prepare financial disclosure statements in accordance with Congressional Ethics requirements.

“Patrick’s successful track record as a detail-oriented Congressional communicator is a perfect fit for our CFS team. We’re excited to partner Patrick with our growing corporate and trade association client base as we deliver real results for their government affairs strategies,” said Paul Ritacco, President of CFS.

Long graduated Villanova University with a B.S. in Mathematics. He is a native of Bucks County, PA.

About CFS: With over 50 years of collective political experience, Campaign Financial Services (CFS) has built a record of providing exceptional service to campaigns and PACs across the nation. CFS redefines the way campaigns manage their operations, making them more efficient and professional. By improving a candidate's resources, we are able to maximize a campaign's cash on hand and better secure election. Campaign Financial Services manages all aspects of bookkeeping, payroll, federal and state taxes, and compliance with the Federal Election Commission (FEC). More information at

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