Our Team

Gregg Peppin

Gregg Peppin Account Director

Gregg Peppin is a highly-respected Republican activist and strategist with over 25 years campaign experience.

As Director of the Minnesota House Republican Campaign Committee, Gregg was the architect of the GOP takeover of the Minnesota House of Representatives in 1998. From 1992 to 2002, he led the Republican Caucus to a 32-seat gain by recruiting and training hundreds of candidates, instructing candidates at dozens of campaign schools, and executing countless candidate and independent expenditure media campaigns.

Gregg worked for 18 years at the Minnesota Capitol in several capacities, including as the Executive Assistant to the Speaker of the House and Majority Leader.

The St. Paul Legal Ledger has honored Gregg with its “Top Legislative Staff” award, describing him as “a tireless worker – always the professional” who “put Republicans in the majority.”

Gregg has dual Bachelor’s Degrees in Political Science and History from the University of Minnesota and a Master’s Degree in Public Administration from Hamline University. He is a member of the I-94 West Chamber of Commerce and the Rogers Lions Club. Gregg is a frequent guest political analyst on Almanac, a Twin Cities Public Television show highlighting political, legislative and public affairs.

Gregg and his wife, State Representative Joyce Peppin, live in Rogers, Minn., with their two children.


Dax Bennett

Dax Bennett Creative Director

When it comes to making Republicans look good, few people do it as well as Dax Bennett.

As Creative Director for P2B Strategies, Dax is responsible for the development of design elements for all candidates running for office at all levels of government. With his creative assistance, many of these candidates are now in office.

Dax served as the Art & Production Coordinator for the Minnesota House Republican Caucus during the 2013 legislative session.  He was also the lead designer at the Minnesota House Republican Campaign Committee for the 2002 through 2006 election cycles.

Dax’s initial foray into politics was in 2001 as an analyst for Republican redistricting efforts at the Minnesota Capitol in St. Paul (a role he took on again in 2011). In between his political stints, Dax operated a successful graphic design and geographic information systems consulting business.

Dax has a Bachelor’s Degree from Gustavus Adolphus College and a Master’s Degree from the University of Minnesota. He is a golfer, an outdoorsman and a proud computer geek.

Dax lives in Minneapolis.