President George W. Bush-Campaign Organization, Oregon
Northwest Regional Chairman - Molly Bordonaro
Northwest Regional Political Director - Cary Evans
Western Spokeswoman - Tracey Schmitt
Bush-Cheney '04, Inc.  |  10250 SW Greenburg, Suite 112  | Portland 
Grand Opening April 14, 2003...Sen. Smith and Congressman Walden.
Chairman Sen. Gordon Smith
(announced Oct. 18, 2003)
 
Co-Chairman Congressman Greg Walden
(announced Oct. 18, 2003)

Honorary Co-Chairmen: former Governor Vic Atiyeh and Senator Mark Hatfield
 
 
Executive Director Doug Badger
(started March 1, 2004)  Senior aide to the U.S. Trade Representative, serving as the principal liaison to Congress for passage of the U.S.-Chile Free Trade Agreement, the Canadian softwood lumber dispute, textile policy, and the impact on labor and environmental standards caused by international trade and also working on key provisions of the Central America Free Trade Agreement.  Worked on Capitol Hill for nearly nine years through March/April 2003, including as legislative director to Congressman Bob Smith (R-OR) and ultimately serving as chief of staff to Congresswoman Jennifer Dunn (R-WA).  Graduate of the University of Oregon.  Seventh generation Oregonian. 
 
 
Communications Director Tucker Bounds
Previously worked in press for Sen. Gordon Smith (R-OR).
 

Field
Multnomah County and North Willamette Valley Region Marco Nunez
Washington County and North Coast Region Brandon Wentworth
Clackamas County and South Willamette Valley Region Keith Hattori
Eastern, Central and Southern Brycen Woodley

 
 
Coalitions Director Rebecca McAuliffe
A Lake Oswego Republican activist who has worked on a number of campaigns.
 

A Baker's Dozen Volunteer Coalitions (in no particular order)
-On August 25, 2004 the campaign announced the Bush-Cheney '04 Oregon Sportsmen Coalition.  Chair is Jerod Broadfoot.  He is a bowhunter and works as an account manager at Pac/West Communications. 

-On July 22, 2004 the campaign announced the Oregon Firefighters for Bush Coalition at the Coburg Volunteer Fire Department.  Chair of Firefighters for Bush is Jim Oeder, who is a Volunteer Training Captain with Lebanon Fire District and has 23 years of service at Lebanon; he is a past president of the Oregon Volunteer Firefighters Association. 

-Enedelia Schofield is the Bush-Cheney '04 Oregon Educators for Bush steering committee chair.  She is the principal of an elementary school in Hillsboro, Oregon. 

-On April 6, 2004 the campaign announced the Bush-Cheney '04 Oregon Farm & Ranch Leadership Team, chaired by Paulette Pyle.  She is Grassroots Director of Oregonians for Food and Shelter, "a coalition which works to protect the rights of natural resource based businesses in Oregon."

-Social Conservatives Coalition chair is Marylin Shannon.  She is a former state senator from Brooks. 

-Natural Resources Coalition chair is Steve Swanson.  He has close to 30 years experience in the lumber industry and is President of Swanson Group, Inc. a family owned lumber company (formerly Superior Lumber Company). 

-Veterans Coalition chair is Troy Ferguson of Medford.  He is a former Marine who has aided Congressman Greg Walden (OR-2) with military-related issues for several years.

-Viva Bush chair is George Puentes of Salem.  He is President of Don Pancho Mexican Foods. Inc., a Salem-based international tortilla manufacturer that is one of the largest Latino-owned companies in the Pacific Northwest.

-W Stands for Women chair is Kathy Hall, a Portland mom.

-Law Enforcement Coalition chair is David Bishop, a Portland police officer.

-Seniors Coalition chair is Jon Eames, who has worked for the Oregon Health Care Association since 1999.

-Young Professionals Coalition chair is Scott Corwin.  He is Vice President of Marketing and Public Affairs for the Pacific Northwest Generating Cooperative.

-Health Care Coalition chair is Bryan Boehringer.  He is Director of Government Relations at the Oregon Health & Science University.
 
 
 

Victory '04  |  2720 Commercial St. SE  |  Salem
Victory Director Jeb Mason
(started approximately Aug. 10, 2004)  Mason did a brief consulting job at Bush-Cheney '04 national headquarters before joining Victory '04.  Before that he spent the past 3 1/2 years working in the Bush administration, working for the Occupational Authority in Iraq, the Department of Homeland Security and, in 2001, in the Department of Defense legislative affairs office as special assistant for communication.
 
 
72 Hour Director Margaret Wu

Desk Coordinators
Katherine McDermott Carley Dillon Susan Kent Andy Lei

 

Field Staff
(9 Victory offices)
Clackamas County  -  Stephen Fox

Southern Oregon  -  Ron Herbison
Coos, Curry, Douglas, Lane

Central Oregon  -  David Jacques
Crook, Deschutes, Jackson, Jefferson, Josephine, Klamath, Lake

Washington County+  -  Chirs Holt (initially John Koehn)
Clatsop, Columbia, Washington

Willamette Valley  -  Marc Lucca
Benton, Lincoln, Linn, Marion, Polk, Tillamook, Yamhill

Multnomah County  -  Paul Perkins

Eastern Oregon  -  Mike Rose
Hood River, Wasco, Gilliam, Morrow, Wheeler, Grant, Baker, Union, Wallowa, Malheur, Harney, Sherman


 
Communications Director Rori Smith
Spokesperson for the 2004 Republican National Convention (announced Feb. 27, 2004).  Press secretary and outreach coordinator for Katherine Harris' successful congressional campaign in Florida's 13th CD in 2002.  Has served as a project manager with Delta Airlines for customer satisfaction and as an anchor with a CBS television affiliate in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.  Smith is a graduate of Louisiana State University. 
 
 
Social Conservative Coordinators (4)  ("the God Squad") Leeann Walker
Mariah Adams
Kimberly Rawson

 
College Coordinator Laura Jenkins

 
Voter Vault Clarke Coburn
Self-employed as computer and management consultant and in real estate.  21 years of professional management and technology experience, including 12 years with SAIF Corporation, four years at Harmon and Associates, and two years at Floating Point Systems.  M.B.A. from Willamette University, 1988, Postgraduate Diploma in Entrepreneurship from Stirling University 1990, and a B.S. in business and economics from George Fox University, 1981.  Active in Valley Pachyderm Club and ran for Marion County Clerk in the May 2004 primary.
 
 
Voter Registration Director John Koehn
initially Washington County Field.
 
 
Election Day Coordinator Wayne Trosino
Small business owner (Overhead Doors Express) from Northeast Portlandís Wilkes neighborhood.  Ran for City of Portland Commissioner in the Sept. 2002 special election.  Graduate of Portland State University with a B.S. in business management.

Note: Oregon has 100 percent vote by mail.  Ballots are mailed out any time between the 14th and 18th days before election; "election day" is thus more drawn out than in some states.   During this period the campaign sent people to the 36 county courthouses to keep track of who had voted; people who had voted could then be removed from the contact list.  The idea was to get as many people as possible to vote early as this allowed more attention to be focused on those less committed voters later on. 
 

Oregon Republican Party  |  2720 Commercial St. SE  |  Salem 
Chairman Kevin Mannix
(Elected Jan. 11, 2003)  Operates a private law practice in Salem.  Republican nominee for Governor in 2002.  Republican nominee for Attorney General in 2000.  Elected State Representative in Nov. 1998; appointed to the State Senate earlier in 1998.  Ran for Attorney General in the 1996 Democratic primary, then switched to the Republican party.  State representative; elected as a Democrat.
 
 
Executive Director Amy Casterline
Campaign manager on Kevin Mannix's 2002 gubernatorial campaign; field director on Mannix's 2000 campaign for Attorney General.  Graduate of Linfield College in McMinnville OR, 1998.
 
 
Political Director Joe Alvernaz
Field director on Kevin Mannix's 2002 gubernatorial campaign.  Graduate of Oregon State University.
 
 
Communications Director Dawn Phillips
(started Oct. 2003)  Candidate for state representative District 30 in the May 2002 Republican primary.  Worked as legislative assistant in the Oregon House and earlier as communications director in the Oregon House Speaker's Office.  Radio/TV journalist in Oregon, 1978-2000.  B.S. in speech from the University of Oregon.
 
 
Finance Director Shelley Ashenfelter

 
Membership Liaison and Events Leisha Adams

 
Administrator and Operations Stacy Pannas

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  2005  Eric M. Appleman/Democracy in Action