Jordan Hagert is a Federal and Regulatory Affairs professional with Primacy Strategy Group. Jordan has an immense amount of experience in the political and public policy arena. For the last decade, he has worked in a variety of diverse political environments as a political strategist and policy advisor for elected officials at the municipal, state, and federal level. He began his career working as an organizer for then Congressman Keith Ellison where he was introduced to and trained in the art of organizing and advocacy. From there, Jordan went on to work on Minnesota’s Iron Range – first as the political director for U.S. Representative Rick Nolan’s successful 2016 reelection campaign and then as the campaign manager for a frontline congressional race in 2018. Moreover, Jordan was the national surrogate director and Iowa deputy state director for U.S. Senator Amy Klobuchar’s presidential campaign where he designed and executed a political endorsement program that garnered more Iowa legislative endorsements for Senator Klobuchar than any other candidate in the race.
In addition to his campaign work, Jordan was a policy advisor for Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey where he focused on housing policy and public safety. He also worked as attorney advising the Biden campaign on Iowa election law and voter protection issues.
He received a B.A. in political science from St. John’s University, a J.D. from St. Thomas University, and was admitted to practice law in Minnesota in 2020.