David Norcross focuses his practice on legislative affairs, legislative and executive department liaison, and public affairs. Mr. Norcross has particular experience with:
* energy issues
* management of legal team election activities and election observation (foreign and domestic)—Mr. Norcross has undertaken missions overseas in: Bulgaria, Costa Rica, Kuwait, Nicaragua, Nigeria, Russia, and others
Mr. Norcross was the chairman of the Republican National Convention’s Committee on Arrangements for the 2004 Republican Convention, held in New York City.
He formerly served as general counsel and member of the board of the International Republican Institute, general counsel to the Republican National Committee, and general counsel to the Center for Democracy.
Mr. Norcross has received the highest possible rating from Martindale-Hubbell.
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Mr. Norcross is a member of the Federalist Society and the Republican National Lawyers Association. He currently serves as a member of the Executive Committee of the Republican National Committee and is the chairman of the RNC’s Standing Committee on Rules. He formerly served as secretary (Ch) of the Burlington County Board of Elections (N.J.) for many years.
Mr. Norcross served in the Judge Advocate Generals Corps, assigned to the U.S. Army Security Agency from 1962 to 1965, stationed in Asmara, Ethiopia.
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