|Gephardt for President, Inc.
On January 6, 2003, Rep. Gephardt filed papers with the FEC establishing Gephardt for President Exploratory Committee. The campaign opened its headquarters in a downtown Washington, DC office building in the first part of February 2003. Gephardt formally announced his campaign on February 19, 2003 in St. Louis, MO. Steve Murphy is the national campaign manager.
Gephardt for President, Inc. Oklahoma
On January 6, 2004 the campaign announced another 32 supporters including Rev. John A. Reed, President of the Oklahoma Baptist Convention.
On December 30, 2003 the campaign announced another 44 supporters including State Rep. Gary Taylor of Dewey.
On December 23, 2003 the campaign announced another 19 additional supporters including State Rep. Darrell Gilbert (D-Tulsa) and Rev.. W.R. Casey, President of the Christian Ministers Alliance.
On December 16, 2003 the campaign announced the endorsement of the Northeastern Oklahoma Labor Council (NOLC), a consortium of more than 20 unions in northeastern Oklahoma, affiliated with the AFL-CIO, and 22 more supporters.
On December 9, 2003 the campaign announced support of 26 more supporters.
On December 2, 2003 the campaign
announced support of Oklahoma UAW (more than 7,000 retired and active members;
Judy Calhoun, President, Oklahoma UAW Community Action Program (CAP) Council)
Oklahoma Building and Construction Trades Council (13 affiliated local labor unions; represents 10,000 members; Jimmy Fish, President) ...endorsement of Gephardt announced on Nov. 11, 2003
On June 10, 2003 the campaign announced additional Steering Committee members.
1, 2003 the campaign announced its Oklahoma Steering Committee, comprising
39 party officials, party delegates and activists.
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