About Paul Molloy
Paul is a graphic artist, web designer and messaging guru who has worked with small business owners and candidates running for elected office.
In the political arena, he began layering digital media with traditional campaign strategies to move and elevate his candidates’ messages across multiple social platforms and deepen voter engagement at a time when local political leaders were focussing almost exclusively on phone banks and field operations.
As a result, his first-time District Court judicial candidates were elected to the bench in 2007 and 2008 respectively. Judge Chris Ann Kelley, his candidate in 2007, became the first Democrat elected to Brookhaven's Republican/Conservative - dominated Sixth District Court in 31 years. Judge Stephen Ukeiley became the second Democrat elected to the same Court in 32 years. Prior to 2007, no campaign manager had ever run two successful Democratic District Court Judicial campaigns in the Town of Brookhaven in consecutive election cycles. Nor has it been duplicated since.
Additionally, Paul ran their re-election campaigns in 2013 and 2014 respectively and both are currently serving the people of Suffolk County on the Bench.
He was digital media strategist for Suffolk County Legislator Sarah Anker's special election in the winter of 2011 and for her subsequent re-election that fall. Additionally, he has designed mail pieces and campaign literature for candidates throughout Long Island, Queens and Upstate New York.
Constant Contact named him a 2012 “All Star,” a designation attained by only 10% of its customers for, among other things, open rates consistently greater than 25%, high click-through rates and low bounce rates. Paul is also certified in Google Analytics.
He served as Legislative Director for the Associated Musicians of Greater New York, Local 802 AFM, the nation's largest musicians' local. He developed its legislative agenda, cultivating relationships with elected officials at the City, State and Federal levels to advocate for music industry and arts education legislation. He wrote and presented testimony before the New York City Council and the New York State Legislature and his writing earned him the "Best Editorial or Column" award for 2008 and 2009 from the International Labor Communications Association.