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Top Duckworth aides depart to start new firm

Three top aides to Sen. Tammy Duckworth (D-Ill.) are leaving to start a political consulting and government relations firm called Magnify Strategies. 

Kaitlin Fahey, Duckworth’s chief of staff, Paul Kohnstamm, the senator’s operations director and Leah Israel, a fundraiser who was chief development officer for the 2020 convention, are starting the firm together. They are going to be working on Duckworth’s re-elect — she’s up in 2022 — and other Illinois campaigns and business efforts. They plan to work on campaign and paid media, coalition building and issue campaigns, government relations and advise on political and philanthropic giving.

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