Kurt Potter is a deputy director for the Election Integrity Network (EIN), a project of the Virginia Institute for Public Policy.
His work in the political management and conservative nonprofit space spans 15 years. Additionally, Kurt has held positions in corporate pricing strategy for two major corporations.
As a political strategist, Kurt has been involved in the training and/or management of 15 political campaign races from everywhere between school board to Congress, with an impressive 13 and two record. He has worked on legislative issues, as well as working with grass roots organizations and activists to change the political environment surrounding them.
Currently a captain in the Tennessee State Guard, Kurt is an U.S. Army veteran with two combat tours of duty, including being part of the expeditionary force into Kosovo.
Kurt earned his bachelor’s degree in liberal studies with a concentration in business from Excelsior College and his M.B.A. in healthcare from Ellis University.
He splits his time between Nashville, TN and Lakeland, FL, and has two grown children. When he isn’t spending time with his family or helping election integrity activists through EIN and the Virginia Institute, you’ll find him teaching political concepts and implementation to activists, scuba diving, or enjoying time at the beach.
Kurt joined the Virginia Institute and EIN team in 2023.