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SEATTLE -- Cheri Jacobus’ moderate conservative A House United, a channel providing news and encouraging political discussion, is now broadcasting on the digital media coalition Maven (ticker symbolMVEN).

"Maven’s support, professionalism and guidance is invaluable and I'm pleased become a part of their vision and success,” said Jacobus. "Maven's innovative and unique business model, record of results and increasing reach make it a natural for anyone looking to expand their audience, have an impact, and make a difference."

Jacobus is a known, trusted, reliable political analyst and operative with a knack for being direct. Her commentary regularly takes on the Republican Party as she spars with right-wing news personalities.
A registered independent, Jacobus is a strong critic of Donald Trump and believes in “country before party.” A House United is a battle cry for activism of disaffected and former Republicans, moderates and so-called Never Trumpers working to rebuild in the post-Trump era, and hastening it's arrival.

“Cheri, is an incredible asset to Maven’s growing political arena given her insight and deep understanding of how Washington, D.C. operates in the modern era,” said Maven CEO James Heckman. “We are pleased to welcome her to the coalition and look forward to watching her vastly expand her engagement."

Jacobus’ past work includes writing for USA Today, The Hill, and The Guardian; adjunct professor at George Washington University’s Graduate School of Political Management; founder and president of the political and PR consulting firm Capitol Strategies PR; and RNC spokesperson and Communications Director for the House Education and Workforce Committee.

Maven is a coalition of mavens operating on a shared digital publishing, advertising and distribution platform, unified under a single media brand. Based in Seattle, Maven is publicly traded under the ticker symbol MVEN.

Maven (noun | ma·ven | ˈmā-vən): A professional, authentic authority, evangelist and recognized community leader for a specific topic, cause or organization.