Raven Strategies was founded in 2011 with a single mission: to be the most successful, creative and comprehensive, political consulting firm in Maine . We approach each of our clients with fresh eyes to develop customized, unique strategies.
Christie-Lee McNally is seasoned Political Consultant whose unwavering sense of integrity, no-nonsense approach, and proven track record of winning campaigns that “can’t be won” have all earned her the reputation as one of the leading frontrunners in her line of work.
At the age of 16, she immersed herself in the intricate world of politics, starting out as a volunteer. She worked tirelessly for local officials and eventually worked her way up from volunteer to Executive Director of the Maine Republican Party. During the 2010 Election cycle under her direction, republicans won Majority for the first time in 40 years. They held the State House, State Senate and had the first republican Governor since 1995. She became one of the most sought-after professionals in this field.
During the 2016 Presidential cycle the Trump Campaign tapped Christie-Lee to run the Statewide Campaign in Maine in hopes of winning CD-2 and splitting the electoral vote for the first time in history. On election night Christie-Lee made history and won Maine’s CD-2 by 10% and narrowly missed winning the state by less than 3%, something never done before.
Most recently, she has successfully taken on numerous political initiatives, including but not limited to serving as the Executive Director of Free Our Internet, and a Public Liaison for the 58th Presidential Inaugural Committee, working with Cabinet Level nominees.
From opposition research (one of her biggest strengths) and grassroots, to tactful communication (she conducted an array of radio and TV interviews), her strong political instincts enable her to impart her valued clients with the edge they need to truly succeed.
In her spare time, she is a Certified USAW Olympic Lifting Coach, CrossFit Level 1 Coach. She lives in Scarborough, Maine with her Two children and six English Mastiffs