The N.C. Department of Health and Human Services has a new director of “brands and marketing,” Michael Biesecker with the Associated Press reported this afternoon.
From the AP story:
Aaron Mullins, 38, previously worked on the Capitol Hill staffs of then-GOP Sens. Elizabeth Dole and Don Nickles before joining Fetzer Stephens, a political consulting firm led by former North Carolina Republican Party chairman Tom Fetzer. Mullins was registered as a federal lobbyist as recently as last year, according to records.
In addition to his political experience, Mullins helped develop and film a TV drama called “Hard Fix.” The lead character is an Irish pub owner who keeps the secrets of high-profile politicians and helps cover up their potential scandals, sometimes with a gun.
Here’s the trailer for that drama, which opens with this line: “This is a city of secrets and I’ve been impressed with your work. We have another job for you.”