Brock Weber was born and raised in Bristol, Connecticut. A political activist at a young age, Brock has been involved in countless political endeavors and began to work in the political field professionally when he was seventeen years old. Brock has worked on Republican campaigns ranging from local board of education races to Presidential races, and has a vast experience in a wide range of campaign related operations/specialties.
While in college, Brock served as the Chairman of the Saint Anselm College Republicans and the Executive Director of the New Hampshire Federation of College Republicans; additionally, he served as the New Hampshire youth liaison/coordinator to Texas Governor Rick Perry, a candidate for President of the United States at the time. Brock holds a B.A. in Politics with a concentration in campaign management from Saint Anselm College.
After graduating college, Brock went to work for a variety of US Congressional and US Senate campaigns where he specialized in political operations, field operations, inner-city operations, absentee ballot operations, and grassroots activism.
In 2013, Brock advanced to a career in professional campaign management and political consulting; over the years, Brock has overseen several competitive local, state and statewide races and advised on countless others. Additionally, Brock served as a Legislative Aide to Connecticut Senate Republican Caucus and Strategist to the Senate Republican Campaign Committee and as a Political/Corporate Communications Specialist for Spectrum Marketing Companies, Inc. based in Manchester, New Hampshire.
Brock is a current member of the New Britain Republican Town Committee and a former member of the Bristol Republican Town Committee. Brock is currently employed with the City of New Britain, Connecticut as the Executive Aide to Republican Mayor Erin Stewart.
Brock Weber resides in New Britain, Connecticut with his wife Jessica, their son J.R., their dog Ari and their cat Eli.
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