Talk:Political consulting

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actually, this article could do with more eyes and ears - it's... um... a bit thin on the sources front, and tends towards assertion more than explanation. I'm a random passer-through, but have watchlisted it now, so will pop up if anyone posts, and would like some help! cheers, Privatemusings (talk) 04:43, 21 May 2008 (UTC)

I arrived here via the redirect from Political advisor which disturbs me somewhat, because (personal axe-grinding follows) my father served as POLAD (POLitcal ADvisor), a position held by a professional diplomat to advise the general commanding CENTCOM (presumably, he had counterparts in other US Military Commands). My point is, not all political advisors are partisan vote-chasers, and I think POLAD should be disambiguated—Hywel Dda (talk) 16:35, 21 February 2014 (UTC)