The Project for a Better Tomorrow is an unincorporated association of individuals organized pursuant to section 501C4 of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986.
The Project For A Better Tomorrow will examine policy options and public opinion through research and public polling. We are committed to inspiring Americans through economic strength and independence, fairness and transparency in government and accountability from our elected leaders.
We intend to carry out these efforts through broadcast and cable television, direct mail, digital media and in-person and telephone town halls. The Project For A Better Tomorrow is a non-partisan organization and will not advocate the election or defeat of any identified candidate for public office.
Brian Seitchik serves as the Director of The Project. Brian has experience managing and consulting on Presidential, Gubernatorial, and Congressional races in Florida, California, Ohio, Arizona and internationally. In addition, Brian served as Chief of Staff to former California Congressman Dan Lungren.
Attorney and Board of Director
William Canfield is a prominent attorney in Washington, DC, specializing in election law and tax-exempt issue advocacy. He has been the General Counsel for five Republican Presidential campaigns since 1996. He has represented a number of GOP House and Senate campaign committees and served as the General Counsel at the National Republican Senatorial Committee in Washington.
Project For a Better Tomorrow
1900 M Street, NW
Washington, DC 20036
The Project for a Better Tomorrow is a tax-exempt section 501c4 social welfare organization.