CrowleyPoliticalReport editor Brian E. Crowley spent more than two decades as one of Florida’s leading political writers covering local, state and national politics. A former Political Editor, Metro Editor, Editorial Writer and Tallahassee Bureau Chief for The Palm Beach Post. Brian has reported on every major statewide political race since 1980.
Brian has made numerous appearances on CNN, NBC, FOX, MSNBC, NPR as well as radio and local television throughout Florida and the nation. Brian also has given interviews to radio and television in Australia, Scotland, England, Ireland, Germany, Canada and elsewhere.
Brian is a regular political analyst for WPTV NewsChannel 5, the NBC station in West Palm Beach, Florida and for FOX 29.
Brian is a principal with ImMEDIAcy Public Relations, Inc. and leads the political analysis, public policy, crisis media and media training aspects of the firm.
Brian is a member of the board of directors of the Forum Club of the Palm Beaches, a non-partisan public policy organization. He also is a trustee on the board of the First Amendment Foundation based in Tallahassee. He also serves as a member of the Budget Review Committee for the Palm Beach County School Board.
A frequent guest speaker, Brian is associated with CBA Speakers Bureau.
Art Director Pat Crowley’s unique artistic style, honed during 30 years as an award winning editorial cartoonist, caricaturist and creative director for The Palm Beach Post, is a regular feature of the Crowley Political Report.
Pat continues to work as an artist and creative director for a variety of corporations and individuals. Pat particularly delights in a whimsical approach to his political cartoons – poking fun sometimes gently, sometimes brutally. His work has appeared in The New York Times, Time, Newsweek, and many other publications. Pat also is known for his work as a painter and sculptor.
Pat is the creator of the satirical website My Handsome Life.
Chicago-based graphic designer and illustrator Brian J. Crowley also contributes artwork to Crowley Political Report. He is also the author/artist of the web comic Hamster Rage which has been winning rave reviews.
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In September 2010, Brian E. Crowley spoke to more than 700 guests and members of the nonpartisan Forum Club of the Palm Beaches. Crowley and WPTV-NewsChannel-5 political reporter Jon Shainman were last minute substitutes for Gov. Charlie Crist and Congressman Kendrick Meek who stood-up the event because of labor dispute unrelated to the Forum Club.