Hannah Muldavin




Communications Advisor, Congressional Integrity Project

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Hannah Muldavin is a Democratic Party staffer and liberal activist. She is a senior communications advisor to the Congressional Integrity Project, which targets Republican Party members of Congress, their associates, and their family members to expose allegedly compromising information about them. Muldavin was previously the deputy communications director for the January 6th Select Committee, the Democratic Party-dominated panel created in response to the riot on Capitol Hill in January 2021. She also worked for the offic­­e of U.S. Representative David Trone (D-MD), and for the rapid response team of the Democratic National Committee during the 2020 election season. 1 2


Hannah Muldavin received a bachelor’s degree in government from Georgetown University, where she also worked in the communications department. Afterwards, she spent several years with the Washington, D.C.-based consulting firm Gartner. In 2018, she was the deputy communications director for the campaign of U.S. Represetnative David Trone (D-MD) and became his communications director when he was elected. During that time, she also helped manage emergency public relations for the Virginia Democratic Party’s 2020 election activity. 3

January 6th Committee

Muldavin was a spokesperson and deputy communications director for the nominally bipartisan, majority Democratic congressional committee convened with the claimed goal of investigating the causes and details of the riot at the United States Capitol building in January 2021. 4 Then-House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) rejected the nominations of Reps. Jim Banks (R-IN) and Jim Jordan (R-OH), who had previously expressed concerns over the integrity of the process, over her preferred Republican representatives. 5 The committee attempted to subpoena former President Donald Trump, whom it claimed was responsible for instigating the riot, but dropped the effort in December 2022. 6 The following month, the committee released the Social Security numbers of nearly 2,000 associates of the former President in a report. The committee claimed that the leak had been an accident. 7

Muldavin appeared to develop positive relationships with at least one Republican on the committee, former Rep. Liz Cheney (R-WY). During one of the committee’s hearings, Cheney was seen with an armed figurine her spokesperson said was given to the congresswoman by Muldavin. Cheney spokesperson Jeremy Adler told CNN that Muldavin’s grandfather made figurines for many of the committee’s members “to recognize their defense of democracy.” 8

Adler later praised Muldavin’s qualifications on “congressional investigations” and “committees” when her departure from the committee was announced. 9

Congressional Integrity Project

Muldavin transitioned out from her position on the January 6th Committee in January 2023 to become an advisor to the Congressional Integrity Project. This left-wing activist group targets Republican members of Congress, as well as their associates and family members, investigating them to expose allegedly embarrassing or compromising information with the goal of damaging their public images and re-election prospects. The leadership and senior staff of the organization is made up of Democratic Party staffers, many of whom, like Muldavin, have worked for Democratic congressional and presidential campaigns, including those of President Barack Obama and former Vice President Al Gore. Like the January 6th Committee, the organization has used the Capitol riot for publicity purposes: after the incident, it issued a statement identifying dozens of Republican Senate staffers by name and demanding that they undermine the Senators for whom they worked by resigning and issuing public statements criticizing those senators. 10

Personal Views

Hannah Muldavin has claimed that the January 2021 Capitol riot was an attack on democracy and that her life had been in danger during the incident. 11

In November 2015, Muldavin criticized a television commercial for including white football players, calling it “a joke.” 12

In February 2023, Muldavin attacked congressional Republicans for holding a hearing on the Twitter Files and the apparent role of the social media giant in suppressing reports of potentially illicit behavior by Hunter Biden, son of President Joe Biden. Muldavin called the hearing a “partisan stunt” and suggested that Republicans were using it to distract from the accomplishments of the Biden administration. 13


  1. Katherine Tully-McManus. “House amendments: cheaper by the dozen.” Politico. January 26, 2023. Accessed February 5, 2023.
  2. Chelsey Cox, Sarah Elbeshbishi. “Who is on the January 6 committee? Meet the members and chair.” USA Today. June 8, 2022. Accessed February 5, 2023.
  3. Hannah Muldavin. LinkedIn. Accessed February 5, 2023.
  4. Hannah Muldavin. LinkedIn. Accessed February 5, 2023.
  5. Mike Lillis. “Pelosi rejects Jordan, Banks for Jan. 6 committee.” The Hill. July 21, 2021. Accessed February 5, 2023.
  6. Misty Severi. “Jan. 6 committee withdraws Trump subpoena.” Washington Examiner. December 28, 2022. Accessed February 5, 2023.
  7. Brady Knox. “Jan. 6 committee documents share Social Security numbers of 2,000 Trump officials and allies.” Washington Examiner. January 6, 2023. Accessed February 5, 2023.
  8. Clare Foran, “Cheney wore Capitol Police pin and had ‘protector’ figurine with her during January 6 hearing.” CNN. June 10, 2022. Accessed February 6, 2023.
  9. @JeremyAdler, “Huge get…” Twitter. January 26, 2023. Accessed February 6, 2023.
  10. Katherine Tully-McManus. “House amendments: cheaper by the dozen.” Politico. January 26, 2023. Accessed February 5, 2023.
  11. @HannahMuldavin. “If you neeed…” Twitter. December 18, 2022. Accessed February 5, 2023.
  12. @AlexDe_Luca. “Highlights from the…” Twitter. November 10, 2015. Accessed February 5, 2023.
  13. @HannahMuldavin. “Let the partisan…” Twitter. February 2, 2023. Accessed February 5, 2023.
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