A political strategist, Jeff Timmer Son Death, has lost his son this week. His wife Mattie and their two-year-old daughter are in mourning.
The deceased was a senior at Portland High School and an A student who excelled in maths and English. He was also a sportsman and loved playing soccer.
Political Strategist & Consultant
Jeff Timmer Son Death is a political strategist and consultant who has been working as a senior advisor for The Lincoln Project. He is a prominent figure in politics and has helped several candidates get elected to political office.
Timmer was a former executive director of the Michigan Republican Party, but now works independently. He is also the top adviser on The Lincoln Project, an American political action committee founded in late 2019 by a group of ex-Republicans to prevent Donald Trump from being re-elected and stop Republicans from retaking control of the Senate in 2020.
In a recent tweet, The Lincoln Project shared the news of the death of Jeff and Mattie Timmer’s son Mekbul. Timmer’s tweet was met with a flood of condolences from his followers.
The obituary reads: “Mekbul was a beautiful, talented boy who loved his family more than anything in the world.” He was 18 years old. His death has shattered the hearts of many.
Grief & Heartfelt Condolences
The news of Jeff Timmer son death shocked his followers on social media. They immediately shared their grief and heartfelt condolences to the family.
Besides being the senior advisor for The Lincoln Project, Timmer is also a vocal advocate for childhood lead poisoning awareness and prevention. He has been sharing his son’s story to educate people on this dangerous health condition, and urging them to take steps to prevent it from harming their own children.
Number of Sources
His son, Christian, died from lead poisoning in early May of this year. He was poisoned by lead from a number of sources, including his home environment.
His father tried to help him but it was too late. He took him to the hospital but it was too late to save his son from this deadly disease.
Tight Senate Races
Jeff Timmer Son Death was a senior adviser to The Lincoln Project, a political action committee that was formed in late 2019. Its aim was to prevent President Donald Trump’s re-election and also defeat all Republicans running for re-election in tight Senate races.
The group was founded by former and also current moderate Republicans, who opposed Trump. Its aim was to persuade disaffected conservatives, Republicans and also Republican-leaning independents to vote against Trump and also his Senate “enablers,” even if that meant ceding control of Congress.
Seemingly Noble Goals
Despite its seemingly noble goals, the Lincoln Project has been plagued by scandals and financial shenanigans. Several of its co-founders have been accused of sexually abusing and also grooming children, but leaders concealed the details of those allegations until recently.
In addition, the Lincoln Project funneled a large amount of money into media companies owned by its founders. They paid $4.5 million to Summit Strategic Communications, led by Reed Galen, and $3 million to Tusk Digital, led by Ron Steslow.
A day after news hit social media that Jeff and Mattie Timmer’s son, Mekbul Timmer, had passed away, the family posted a photo on their Facebook page without any caption.
Upon hearing the news, many Twitter users shared their sympathy for the grieving family. The cause of Mekbul’s death is still unknown.
As a political strategist and public affairs consultant, Jeff Timmer has been in the spotlight for several years. He has appeared as a pundit in news outlets, presents political commentary at industry, association, and corporate gatherings, and teaches campaigns and communications to various groups.
He has crafted and managed advocacy campaigns for public policy issues including telecommunications, energy, taxes, gaming, environment, insurance and financial services, healthcare and prescription drugs, transportation, commerce, land use, and education.
His is a member of the Republican Party and currently works at The Lincoln Project as a senior adviser. He also co-hosts a podcast titled “A Republic, If You Can Keep It.”