- Fall 2002
Benjamin L. Ginsberg, partner for Patton Boggs, LLP, represents numerous political parties, political campaigns, candidates, members of Congress and state legislatures, Governors, corporations, trade associations, vendors, donors and individuals participating in the political process.
In the 2004 and 2000 election cycles, Ginsberg served as National Counsel to the Bush-Cheney presidential campaign. In 2000, he played a central role in the Florida recount. He also represents the campaigns and leadership PACs of numerous members of the Senate and House, as well as the Republican National Committee, National Republican Senatorial Committee and National Republican Congressional Committee. He serves as counsel to the Republican Governors Association and has wide experience on the state legislative level from directing Republican redistricting efforts nationwide following the 1990 Census and being actively engaged in the 2001-2002 round of redistricting.
He came to Patton Boggs in 1993 after serving for eight years as counsel to the Republican National Committee, the National Republican Senatorial Committee, and the National Republican Congressional Committee. Prior to entering law school, he spent five years as a newspaper reporter for The Boston Globe, Philadelphia Evening Bulletin, The Berkshire (Mass.) Eagle, and The Riverside (Calif.) Press-Enterprise.
Ginsberg appears frequently on television commenting on law and politics.