Affinity Advocacy LLC

Affinity Advocacy founder Sean Paige is a recovering Washingtonian and Colorado transplant with more than 25 years in communications, journalism, politics, policy and grassroots advocacy. He's done just about everything one can do in this field -- and done it all with passion, integrity, creativity and the determination to make a meaningful difference on issues of importance. 


Affinity Advocacy exists to put that depth and breadth of experience, insight and street-smarts to work for worthy causes and clients. We stay small, nimble and very hands-on for a reason: It's the only way we can give our clients the personalized, responsive, results-focused service we specialize in. It's also the best way to stay ahead of the curve, and the competition, in this fast-paced world.


We're proud capitalists who expect to get paid a fair fee for our talents and efforts. But we're also personally vested in the work we do. We're in this to champion causes and clients for whom we feel an affinity -- thus the name. This explains the extra tenacity, enthusiasm and passion with which we do our work.


Success and client satisfaction are always the top priority at Affinity Advocacy. And while no public affairs firm can guarantee total success 100% of the time, what Affinity Advocacy can guarantee is that every client and cause we take-on will get all we have, and our very best effort, 100% of the time.

Paige professional highlights include:


  • Three years-plus, deputy and acting state director, Americans for Prosperity-Colorado
  • Two years, Colorado Springs City Council and Utilities Board 
  • Three years, Director, Local Liberty Action (501c3)
  • FIve years, Editorial Page Editor, Colorado Springs Gazette
  • Four years, communications director and spokesman, Citizens Against Government Waste
  • One year, Warren Brookes Journalism Fellow, Competitive Enterprise Institute 
  • Two years, media analyst, Media Research Center
  • Two years-plus, investigative writer and columnist, Washington Times Insight
  • One year, deputy press secretary, U.S. Rep. Robert J. Logomarsino (R-CA)
  • Spokesman and press secretary, Alan Keyes for U.S. Senate (1992)
  • Six months, associate editor, White House News Summary (Bush 41)