Political Campaign Manager Salaries


Political candidates aren't kissing babies by themselves. They have a whole team of public relations professionals working for them, helping to raise money, create a positive image, arrange appearances and sway public opinion in their favor. These teams are led by managers who oversee the campaign. A campaign manager's salary depends on how big the campaign is.

Salaries Across the Board

  • The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics does not have a separate job category for political campaign managers. However, the work they do is similar to that of public relations and fundraising managers, who earned a median salary of $95,450 a year in 2012. MarketWatch reports that campaign managers earned between $2,000 and $15,000 a month that same year, depending on the candidate they worked for, and that their bonuses for winning an election were equal to one or two months' salary. Slate reports that in 2007, Mitt Romney's campaign manager was paid $100,000 a year, and Hillary Clinton's earned $164,000.

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