The Hill August 2016

MSNBC August 2016

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MSNBC August 2016

Kevin Kellems’ career in politics has led him to many places, including the grounds of the White House as Vice President Dick Cheney’s press secretary.

The WOUB News Team talks with him about this time. And also about his stops in the Ohio Governor’s Office, the Pentagon and the World Bank, among others.

A politician in his own right, Kellems has represented a rural area in his home state of Indiana. He talks about what rural America needs and how he thinks they can get it.

August 2016

September 2016

Click the links above to hear Kevin speaking on Indiana's statewide WIBC network. These 15-minute segments cover the presidential, IN gubernatorial and US Senate races.

By Jonathan Martin

June 6, 2020​

WASHINGTON — It was one thing in 2016 for top Republicans to take a stand against Donald J. Trump for president: He wasn’t likely to win anyway, the thinking went, and there was no ongoing conservative governing agenda that would be endan...

February 2, 2020

OPINION: 90 Minutes Series event changed my perspective on the political divide

By Sam Smith

Posted on February 2, 2018

6 min read


Although opinion writer Sam Smith went to Kevin Kellems 90 Minute Series event...

May 11, 2019

Kevin Kellems, another former aide, called Lugar a one-of-a-kind hybrid of old school historian-politician, plus serious policy workhorse, plus international chess player.    "Above all, Dick Lugar was a kind and generous man who cared deeply about the future and welfa...

January 5, 2017

Kevin Kellems, a former aide to Coats and former Vice President Dick Cheney said Coats — if chosen — would bring his broad experience throughout the world in foreign policy, intelligence and Capitol Hill.  

“He has the ideal demeanor for this tough assignment: smooth as...

June 20, 2016

Donald Trump Hires Veteran Adviser to Oversee Surrogates


JUNE 20, 2016

The political adviser Kevin Kellems, left, with Paul D. Wolfowitz, in 2003, when Mr. Wolfowitz was a deputy secretary of defense. 

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