About Frank DiStefano

Frank is a writer who focuses on the political history and political future of America. 

Frank has been a legislative aide in the U.S. House of Representatives. He worked on American presidential campaigns. He was a law clerk to a judge on the United States Court of Appeals. He was a litigator at the famed Washington law firm of Williams & Connolly.

Today during this disruptive political moment in America, Frank is focused on helping to renew America for it's next political age. He is writing, speaking, and working with anyone looking to reform America for a new era as we restore the promise of the American Dream.

When working in politics during America's previous political era, Frank was a moderate and centrist Republican. These days, he's eager to build new political coalitions around fresh ideas designed to solve the brand new problems of this post-industrial age. We've moved past our old twentieth-century party ideologies and coalitions as the world has rapidly changed, so it's time for new coalitions and ideas to shore up our republic and bring about the national reform we desperately need.

Frank holds an AB from Princeton University in Politics, and a JD from Georgetown where he was Senior Articles Editor of the Georgetown Law Journal. He's also a graduate of Culver Military Academy in Culver, Indiana.

He was a legislative assistant to Congressman Bob Franks of New Jersey and associate staff to the House Budget Committee. He was National Political Director for Issues on Rudy Giuliani's presidential campaign, and he worked to coordinate election day operations on John McCain's presidential campaign.

He is the author of The Next Realignment, a deeply researched examination of the cycle of political realignments across the history of America's five political party systems offering a fresh theory of how realignments operate and demonstrating why our two major political coalitions are in the midst of breaking down again.