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Founder and President of Tulchin Research, Ben Tulchin has provided research and consulting services to a wide range of clients across the country, including candidates for elected office, ballot measures, labor unions, non-profits, corporations, and foundations.
In addition, Tulchin is an expert on ballot measures and has helped guide to victory numerous statewide and local initiative campaigns on a wide range of issues. He has polled for education measures to improve schools and increase funding for local classrooms, transportation measures, public health and health care initiatives, initiatives that have protected the environment and provided funding for conserving land, and business policy and regulatory measures, energy policy, along with a host of other issues. In 2008 alone, Tulchin won 18 ballot measure campaigns, including eight measures on the same ballot in Oregon for a coalition of labor unions.
Tulchin has provided public opinion research, targeting, and message development guidance to some of America’s top non-profits, foundations, and corporations. He has helped create and guide numerous successful public education campaigns for non-profit foundations, including the California Endowment, the California Wellness Foundation, the League of Conservation Voters, and the Wilderness Society, as well as labor unions such as the California Teachers Association and SEIU. He has provided corporate strategy and government relations advice to major companies such as General Electric, Abbott Laboratories, AT&T, National Semiconductor, Nevada Power, and Pacific Gas and Electric. Specifically, he has conducted extensive research in the area of energy policy and renewable energy.
Prior to launching Tulchin Research, Tulchin started and directed Greenberg Quinlan Rosner Research’s California office, worked for the California-based polling firm of Fairbank, Maslin, Maullin & Associates, as well as the Washington, DC-based polling firms of Garin-Hart-Yang, Lake-Snell-Perry, and Greenberg Research, where he began his career in polling. Mr. Tulchin received his Bachelor’s degree in History from Amherst College and resides in San Francisco.
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