Matthew Allen Towery

Matthew Allen Towery: Attorney with Hall Booth Smith, P.C.
  • Of Counsel, Managing Director of Government Affairs - National at Hall Booth Smith, P.C. (203 Attorneys)
  • 191 Peachtree Street, NE, Suite 2900, Atlanta, GA 30303-1775
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Matt Towery is Chairman of the Government Affairs and Public Policy Practice at Hall Booth Smith, P.C. He is a native of Atlanta, is a nationally syndicated columnist, author, political analyst, pollster and attorney. He also has served as CEO of numerous companies, including, when sold, the largest sheet fed commercial printing company in the Southeast.
Mr. Towery also served in the Georgia House of Representatives and was the Republican nominee for Lt. Governor of Georgia in 1990 at age 30. He served as a strategist in numerous national and statewide political campaigns including as Chairman of then-Speaker Newt Gingrich’s political organization in the 1990s.
In 1998, the Georgia General Assembly named the State Bridge at I-285 and Paces Ferry Road in Cobb County, Georgia, the Matthew A. Towery Bridge.
Mr. Towery has authored numerous books including Powerchicks: How Women Will Dominate America which reached the number one bestseller position on
He has appeared on every major news network and on shows ranging from The O’Reilly Factor-to-Hard Ball with Chris Matthews and with hosts ranging from Sean Hannity-to-Bill Maher. In 2011 he served as a weekly guest commentator for CNN. Since 1998 he has been a political analyst for the NBC, ABC, and now the Fox affiliate in Atlanta. As CEO of InsiderAdvantage he has served as pollster to many national news organizations including Politico and Newsmax.
He currently serves as the political analyst for numerous FOX affiliates in the South. He is also the political analyst for FOX 5 Atlanta, as well as a contributing analyst for Newsmax Cable News.
His nationally syndicated column is based out of the Florida Times-Union in Jacksonville and is syndicated by Creators Syndicate out of Los Angeles.
Mr. Towery is an A/V Preeminent rated attorney by Martindale Hubbell and his varied legal career in his early years included the successful defense of a 17 year old facing the death penalty in Georgia. In later years he has served as counsel on mergers and acquisitions, crisis management for major corporations, and governmental relations. He currently is Of Counsel with Hall, Booth, Smith in their Atlanta office.
Mr. Towery’s next book will focus on the role that polling, news events, and punditry play in the financial markets. Mr. Towery currently heads up his family owned LLLP which keeps him actively involved in both the financial and real estate markets.
He is a graduate of England’s Cambridge University and Florida’s Stetson University College of Law. Mr. Towery serves with emeritus status on numerous boards including private and public universities. He and his wife Dolle reside in Atlanta and Snell Isle, Florida. He has two adult children.


Paranoid Nation: The Real Story Of The 2008 Fight For The Presidency (Hill Street Press 2008)

Powerchicks: How Women Will Dominate America (Longstreet Press 1998; 2000) ( Number One Bestseller)

Mean Business: The Insider’s Guide to Winning Political Election (Longstreet Press, 2000)

Nationally syndicated weekly column (Creators Syndicate, Los Angeles) 2001-present


State Representative, Georgia House of Representatives 1993-1997

Republican Nominee for Lieutenant Governor of Georgia 1990

Member State Film and Video Commission (Governor Roy Barnes) 1999-2001

Chairman Newt Gingrich campaign committee 1991-1999

Co-Chairman Georgia Campaign Committee George H. W. Bush 1992

Co-Chairman, Georgia, Bob Dole for President 1996

Co-Chairman Johnny Isakson for U.S. Senate 1996

Co-Chairman/Chief Strategist Guy Millner for Governor 1994

Chairman, State Republican Convention, 1992

Special Assistant to United States Senator Mack Mattingly 1981-82

Speechwriter Mack Mattingly for U.S. Senate 1980

Speech and Debate Coach, Congressman Newt Gingrich 1980

Political Analyst Fox5 Atlanta 2011-present

Political Analyst WSB-TV (ABC) Atlanta 2006-2011

Chief Political Analyst WXIA-TV (NBC) Atlanta 1998-2002

Weekly Guest Analyst CNN 2011/12

Appearances include O’Reilly Factor (Fox); Hannity (Fox); Powerlunch (CNBC); Hardball With Chris Matthews (MSNBC); Early Today NBC; Fox & Friends; Nightline; Politically Incorrect (ABC)


National Republican Freshman Legislator of the Year 1993

Distinguished Alumnus Award Pace Academy 1996

Stetson Lawyers Association, Paul A. May Distinguished Service Award 2008

Mathew A. Towery State Bridge, dedicated 1998

Nominated, John F. Kennedy Profiles in Courage Award by Hon. Andrew Young

AV Preeminent Peer Review Rated by Martindale-Hubbell

James Magazine, 2017 Most Influential and Politically-Connected Attorneys

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  • Government Affairs

Education & Credentials

Contact Information:
404-954-6957  Phone
404-954-5020  Fax
University Attended:
Cambridge University, B.A.; Cambridge University, M.Phil., International Relations
Law School Attended:
Stetson University College of Law, J.D., cum laude
Year of First Admission:
1987, Georgia


Board of Overseers, Stetson University College of Law (Emeritus/Honorary)
Kennesaw University Foundation, Emeritus
Cherokee Town & Country Club (1986-present)
Commerce Club

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