Meet David Hallock
Two Capitols Consulting, President
David Hallock has a proven record of success as a senior official within the federal and Virginia governments. With more than 20 years of experience working in the Virginia Governor’s office and General Assembly, the United States Senate, and the private sector, David possesses the skills to develop and execute effective government advocacy strategies at the state and federal levels.
Prior to launching Two Capitols Consulting, David served as Chief of Staff to United States Senator Mark Warner. David was responsible for formulating and implementing Senator Warner’s legislative agenda, developing policy ideas around relevant issues, and coordinating efforts with a variety of stakeholders throughout Virginia and nationally.
David served as the Transition Director for Virginia Lt. Governor Ralph Northam in 2013. In addition, David was the Transition Director for Virginia Attorney General Mark Herring and assisted with setting up the Office for the first Democrat to hold the office in 20 years. David also served as an advisor to Virginia Senator Tim Kaine during his gubernatorial and senate campaigns and assisted with debate preparations and policy.
In more than 15 years of experience with the Virginia General Assembly and state government, David has represented companies and trade associations on a variety of legislative and policy issues, including tax, trade, health care, financial services, telecommunications, budget, energy, and transportation. David is a veteran of many legislative battles, and he knows how to develop and implement successful offensive and defensive strategies for government affairs, negotiate complex legislative provisions to advance the interests of the client, and provide practical business solutions to solve problems.
A graduate of the University of Virginia and the University of Virginia School of Law, David has served on numerous boards and commissions in Virginia, including the Virginia Lottery Board, the Freedom of Information Act Advisory Council, the Longwood University Board of Visitors, the Richmond Forum Board of Directors, and The Cavalier Daily Alumni Association Board. David also is a proud graduate of the Sorensen Institute of Political Leadership and serves as an adjunct professor at the University of Virginia School of Law.