America in View is a Conservative Talk Radio Show and Podcast hosted by Political Consultants Brett and Matt Doster. The show focuses on American politics and policy, with a particular emphasis on the importance of conservative principles in creating a prosperous society. They also discuss the latest news and trends in the world of politics. The show is broadcast every week, each Friday, from 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm. Make sure to tune in to Tallahassee's Real Talk 93 FM.
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In the 2016 election cycle, Brett served as Senior Advisor for South Carolina on the Jeb Bush presidential campaign. He was based out of Columbia, South Carolina, and traveled extensively throughout the state. In their Florida operations, Doster oversaw two Congressional campaigns, multiple successful State Senate races, and ten State House races. Front Line won more legislative races than any other consulting firm in the state that year.
One of Brett's roles in the 2012 election cycle was the Senior Advisor for Florida to the Mitt Romney for President Campaign. In 2010, Brett served as General Consultant to Pam Bondi in her successful bid to become the first female Attorney General of Florida. Additional efforts by Front Line in 2010 included successful elections for seven members of the Florida Legislature and two local elected officials.
Brett has worked in Florida politics for nearly 20 years. He served as campaign manager for the Tom Gallagher for Governor Campaign from 2005-2006; as the Florida Executive Director for the Bush-Cheney 2004 Presidential Relection Campaign from 2003-2004; as the Executive Director for the Coalition to Protect Florida in 2002; and as the Florida Political Director for the Bush-Cheney 2000 Campaign. Doster entered politics as a Special Assistant to Governor Jeb Bush in the first Jeb Bush for Governor Campaign in 1993 and served in the same capacity on the Governor's successful 1998 election campaign.
In addition to his public relations and political career, Brett has overseen bi-partisan economic development efforts on behalf of the state of Florida. From 2001 to 2003, he served as the Deputy Director of the Office of Tourism, Trade, and Economic Development in the administration of Governor Jeb Bush. His responsibilities included oversight of Enterprise Florida and Visit Florida, the public-private partnerships tasked with diversifying and promoting Florida's industrial and tourism sectors. At the direction of Governor Bush, Brett took the lead on establishing the state's high-tech centers of excellence program; creating the state's first Digital Divide Council; and promoting a more strategic R&D partnership between Florida's high-tech business sectors and its university system.
Matt Doster's roles in past political campaigns include Regional Field Director for the Gallagher for Governor Campaign in 2006 and overseeing social media for the Pam Bondi for Attorney General Campaign in 2010.
Matt previously served as executive director of ITFlorida, a public policy group focused on creating a stronger technology industry in the Sunshine State. He also served as executive director of Our Region Tomorrow, a regional visioning organization comprised of ten counties surrounding Tallahassee.
Previously, Matt was the director of the Engineering Workforce Commission in Washington, D.C., where he oversaw the Commission's efforts in monitoring the supply and demand of engineering talent in the United States.
Prior to his work with the EWC, Doster worked in the legislative office of Associated Industries of Florida.
Matt is a Past President of the Capital City Republican Club and is a Rotarian. He is a graduate of The Citadel and also studied at Cambridge University. After college, he completed a program at the National Journalism Center, which included an internship at Human Events, and has been profiled as a Trendsetter in Florida Trend. He is married to Lauren Doster, née Lee, and they are members of Grace Church of Tallahassee.