Seeing the Future

He doesn’t need a crystal ball to see the future. His close study of recent and distant history and his finger on the pulse of both the legislative and executive branches of government are enough for him to predict elections. Dhillon currently works as a Global Public Affairs consultant with NA Consulting Services with thirty years of political experience behind him. From 1988 to 1993, Dhillon served as the Chief of Staff for the late US Congressman from California Bob Matsui. Shortly after President Bill Clinton appointed him to the post of Deputy Assistant Secretary of Government Affairs for the US Department Transportation, President Clinton recognized him as one of the top Asian American appointees at a special White House ceremony.

Neil Dhillon

Dhillon correctly predicted the Republican victory in the US Senate last November, even when other advisors and analysts didn’t agree. He also correctly predicted that the GOP would strengthen its majority in the House of Representatives. He made both of these predictions six months before Election Day.

http://www.ireachcontent.com/news-releases/neil-dhillon-democratic-strategist-accurately-predicted-historic-mid-term-elections-wins-for-republicans-in-april-2014-283258901.html

Neil Dhillon believes in public service as an instrument of an effective representative Democracy, such as our own. Even though he has since moved from the public sector to the private sector, he still carries that fundamental notion that committed citizens in an open system like this one we’re lucky enough to have in the US can achieve anything.

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