Christina A. Bain


Christina Bain has made public service a career from the presidential campaign trail to the halls of the Massachusetts State House.

She has been working in politics and elections for over two decades and worked on numerous local, state, and national political campaigns. Her expertise ranges from coalition building (particularly youth) to fundraising. She additionally has served in roles in Massachusetts state government.

In 2004, Christina was elected Republican State Committeewoman in the 1st Essex and Middlesex state senatorial district and served in that capacity until 2012. While on the MA Republican State Committee, she served as Chair of the Taxes and Spending Subcommittee; Co-Chair of the Grassroots Subcommittee; and was a member of the Outreach and Candidates Committees. She also served on the MA Republican Party’s Platform Committee for 2006, 2010, and 2014. For the 2008, 2012, and 2016 presidential cycles, she participated in both volunteer and/or staff field and fundraising capacities.  During the 2004 election, she worked in the  presidential battleground state of New Hampshire as an Out-of-State and In-State Youth Coalition Coordinator. She also founded a volunteer organization that recruited adults and students to participate in vigorous grassroots campaigning in southern and central Maine.  Christina worked in a similar capacity during the 2000 election cycle, co-founding a youth organization that brought hundreds of students from six states to New Hampshire’s presidential primary.  

A native of Manchester, Massachusetts, Christina has been the Chairman, Vice-Chairman, and Secretary of the Republican Town Committee and a member of the town’s Board of Registrars. She is a member of the Alumni Council for the American Council of Young Political Leaders (ACYPL) and was selected as a delegate for a 2014 bi-partisan ACYPL U.S. to Northern Ireland exchange in collaboration with the U.S. State Department and other partner organizations. In 2011, she was selected as a Faculty-in-Residence for NEW Leadership New Jersey for the Center for American Women in Politics (CAWP). From 2011-2013, she was a State and National Outreach coordinator for Political Parity, an initiative of the Hunt Alternatives Fund and launched a 50-state research project surveying state party chairs, women leaders, activists, and other relevant stakeholders to compile promising state practices for training Republican women to run for office. She is the Chair of the Essex Club PAC and a founding Co-Chair of the Boston chapter of Maverick PAC.