Stevens Reed Curcio & Potholm
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Stevens Reed Curcio & Potholm, a media consulting firm, was paid $276,000 for the Swift Boat Veterans for Truth swiftboating campaign against Senator John F. Kerry (D-Massachusetts), who was running against incumbent Republican President George W. Bush in the 2004 presidential election. 
- Greg Stevens, Founder and President
- Rick Reed, Partner
- Paul Curcio, Partner
- Erik Potholm, Partner
- Ben Burger, Senior Vice-President
- Betsy Vonderheid, Director of Advertising
- Jay Payne, Director of Production
- Amy Bradford, Production Manager
- Alexis Bawden, Media Associate
As stated on SRCP's website, the following are or have been its clients:
- 13 U.S. Senators, including Majority Leader Bill Frist.
- 6 Governors, in tough battleground states such as Ohio, Missouri, and New Hampshire.
- 3 presidential campaigns.
- Swift Boat Veterans. Called the 'most effective' advertising of the 2004 presidential campaign by independent observers.
- Americans for Job Security
- U. S. Representatives. Mayors. State officeholders.
- Independent expenditures for national committees.
- Major trade associations. Fortune 500 companies.
- Tough ballot measure campaigns.
SRC&P clients include or have included:
- Sen. George Allen (R-GA)
- Sen. Susan Collins (R-ME)
- Sen. Pete Domenici (R-NM)
- Sen. Mike DeWine (R-OH]
- Sen. Bill Frist (R-TN)
- Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-NC)
- Sen. John McCain (R-AZ)
- Sen. Mitch McConnell (R-KY)
- Sen. Don Nickles (R-OK)
- Sen. Gordon Smith (R-OR)
- Sen. George Voinovich (R-OH)
- Rep. Chris Chocola (R-IN)
- Rep. Ander Crenshaw (R-FL)
- Rep. Tom Davis (R-VA)
- Rep. John Kline (R-MN)
- Rep. Ron Lewis (R-KY)
- Rep. Cathy McMorris (R-WA)
- Gov. Matt Blunt (R-MO)
305 Cameron Street
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- Swift Boat Veterans for Truth
- William Triplet, "'Swift-boat' pros in demand in D.C. Spinmeisters go negative," Variety, February 5, 2006.
- Jim Rutenberg and David D. Kirkpatrick, "Interest groups and their money jump into U.S. presidential race," International Herald Tribune, November 12, 2007.