Frontier Political Group is a Republican political consulting firm serving clients throughout North Carolina.
Frank Williams, Chief Strategist
Frontier Political Group is owned and operated by Frank Williams, a longtime Republican activist, campaign consultant and strategic communication professional. In addition to Frontier Political Group, Frank has owned and operated a public relations agency since 2001. He earned a degree in Communication from N.C. State University in 1993.
Frank Volunteered on his first Republican campaign while a student at N.C. State University in 1992. Although his candidate, a fellow NCSU student, lost the primary, Frank was hooked and has been consistently involved since that time. He served as Central North Carolina Field Director for the Dole-Kemp ’96 Presidential Campaign. Frank worked as Political Director on Fred Smith’s successful campaign for N.C. Senate in 2002, when Smith handily defeated a longtime Democrat incumbent. He managed former Wake County Commissioner Les Merritt’s successful campaign for State Auditor of North Carolina in 2004.
Frank has worked or consulted on a number of campaigns, including Scott Reilly for District Attorney, Brenden Jones for N.C. House, Jon David for District Attorney, Frank Iler for N.C. House, Billy Creech for Congress, Ann Marie Calabria for N.C. Supreme Court, Steve Keen for Wayne County Commissioner, Fred Gore for District Court Judge and more.
In addition to his professional campaign work, Frank has volunteered his time to support the Republican Party at all levels. He served as Chairman of the Wake County Young Republicans in 1995 and 1996 and was named North Carolina’s Young Republican Club Chairman of the Year in 1996. Frank served as State Chairman of the N.C. Federation of Young Republicans from 1997-1999. At the end of his tenure, the NCFYR was named “Best State Federation” in America at the 1999 Young Republican National Convention in Cincinnati. Frank was elected Assistant Treasurer of the Young Republican National Federation (YRNF) in 1999. He has also served as a precinct chair, Republican Men’s Club president and on the N.C. Republican Party Central and Executive Committees. Frank served as Chairman of the N.C. Republican Party 7th Congressional District from July 2009-January 2012. He was elected as an alternate delegate to the 2000 Republican National Convention in Philadelphia. Frank was inducted into the North Carolina Republican Party Hall of Fame in 2011. He is the self-published author of two political thriller novels.
Neil Moore, Senior Consultant
Neil Moore has worked as a political campaign consultant for several years, specializing in developing first-time candidates. His clients have successfully won city council and state legislative seats in North and South Carolina. Neil has worked with numerous presidential, gubernatorial, congressional, legislative and local campaigns. He is a member of the North Carolina Republican Party Hall of Fame.
Neil has been active in Republican politics for nearly thirty years, having served as the chairman of both the Ninth (2010-2012) and Tenth (2012-2013) Congressional District Executive Committees. He previously served as Ninth District Vice Chairman and Gaston County Republican Party Chairman. Elected four times, he holds the distinction of being the longest-tenured chairman in Gaston GOP history. Neil also served on the Ninth and Tenth U.S Congressional District GOP Executive Committees and as a Precinct Chairman, Township Chairman, and county Vice Chairman. He was a member of the Gaston County Young Republicans in the early 1990’s, where he took an active part in voter registration and campaigns. Neil co-hosted a weekly one-hour political affairs program on Radio Station WZRH (960 AM).
In addition to his work as a political consultant, Neil was previously self-employed as a sales and merchandising representative for consumer product companies. He previously worked in radio broadcasting and retail merchandise management. Neil is a member of the Montcross Area Chamber of Commerce in Belmont and served on the Board of Directors of Community Link NC, a non-profit organization that enables working poor individuals and families to obtain and sustain safe, decent, and affordable housing. He chaired the Community Link Marketing and Development Committee from 2010-2015 and still volunteers as a member. He is a member of the National Rifle Association, and a former member of Rotary International and Sertoma International civic clubs. Neil is an active member, deacon and teacher at Hickory Grove Baptist Church in Charlotte.
Neil attended Mars Hill College (now University) and was selected as one of the Outstanding Young Men of America in 1985. He is a native North Carolinian, born in Iredell County, and resides in Belmont, North Carolina.