Jeff DiSantis and Chris Huttman are veteran Democratic consultants who have worked at the candidate, committee, party and media level of campaigns from President down to the local level.  We founded 20/20 Insight in 2010 to bring high quality survey research and campaign consulting at affordable prices to campaigns at all budget levels.

Jeff is the former Executive Director of the Democratic Party of Georgia.  During his time at the party, it was cited as one of the most effective state parties by Campaigns & Elections.  Before and since, he's served candidates running for Governor, Congress and other statewide offices in roles as diverse as campaign manager and director of research.  In 1998, he managed Thurbert Baker's election as Attorney General, when Baker became the first African American candidate in Georgia to win a full term to a non-judicial statewide office.

An attorney, Jeff is also an expert in campaign finance law.  His previous experience includes a stint as the Deputy Director of Compliance for the DNC, where he instituted the vetting process in response to the 1996 campaign finance scandals.  He graduated from the University of Georgia in 1991 and Emory University's law school in 1994.  He is licensed to practice law in Georgia.

Chris is the technology director for 20/20 Insight, and is a former candidate for state representative in Georgia.  As a media buyer and analyst he has extensive experience using polling and historial election data and has directly placed or assisted with over $100m in media spending.  In 2010, he worked with the Democratic Party and Governor Roy Barnes campaign to develop a turnout model that helped both organizations effectively increase turnout levels that produced record African American turnout for a non-Presidential election that was higher than any other election year with the exception of 2008.

In 2008, he worked with the Obama campaign in Georgia to target African American early vote efforts, which led to record breaking early vote participation.  He also has extensive caucus experience, overseeing efforts in 2006 in Georgia - the only year in modern Georgia electoral history where no incumbent Democratic legislators lost seats.  He is a 2003 graduate of Georgia State University, graduating with a journalism degree.  He also has completed extensive course work in computer science and programming.