|Bob Graham for President, Inc.
Sen. Graham filed papers establishing Bob Graham for President, Inc.
on February 26, 2003. Paul Johnson is the national campaign manager.
Graham announced the end of his campaign on October 6, 2003.
Bob Graham for President, Inc.
New Hampshire Leadership
Campaign Headquarters: 60 Rogers Street, Manchester (opening
June 1, 2003)
(Started March 17, 2003)
In 2002 Bouchard was deputy campaign manager of Tony Sanchez's gubernatorial
campaign in Texas. He was field director for Mark Warner's campaign
for governor of Virginia in 2000-2001. Bouchard worked for Sen. Bob
Kerrey's BACK PAC on the national level in 1999 and as NH director in 1988
as Kerrey considered a presidential campaign. Previously, he served
in various capacities in NH Democratic politics, including commnications
director for the House Democrats, House Caucus director, chairman of the
Hillsborough County Democrats, chairman of the 1st CD for the NHDP, and
activity in numerous local and state campaigns.
(July-latter part of September
2003; left for family reasons)
(with the campaign from the
beginning) Moore worked on the Tony Sanchez gubernatorial campaign
in 2002 and is a graduate of Brown University.
|Deputy Field Director
F I E L D O R
G A N I Z E R S (announced August 5, 2003)
Manchester Region: Chris Smith
(started beginning of July
2003) 2001 graduate of MIT with degree in Political Science.
Nashua Region: Al Yorston
and Lenorae Atter
Concord Region: Amy Ward and
Portsmouth Region: Austin Oxford
2001 graduate of St. Edwards
University (Austin, Texas) with degree in International Relations.
Salem and Derry Region: David
Placher and Pat Bataillon
Bataillon is a graduate
of Regis University.
Lakes Region: Lisa Ann Apps
and Peter Knudsen
Cheshire County & Monadnock Valley
Region: Tucker McDonald and Adam Mines
Tucker McDonald started
with the campaign on May 15, 2003. Prior to the campaign McDonald
was working at GalleryWatch.com in Austin. In 2002 he worked on the
Tony Sanchez gubernatorial campaign as a city organizer in Dallas.
Dover Region: Tommy Davis
and Will O'Neill
O'Neill started in late
August 2003. He graduated from Stetson University with a degree in
North Country Region: Matt
(late July 2003) Graduated
from UCSC with a degree in Politics, 2001.
Upper Valley Region: Heather
Assistant campaign manager on
Mark Fernald's 2002 gubernatorial campaign in NH, Aug.-Nov. 2002.
Scheduling director for Steve Grossman's campaign for the 2002 Democratic
nomination for governor of Massachusetts.
|Deputy Press Secretary
(Aug. 18, 2003) Formerly
voter file manager and intern coordinator at the NHDP. Graduated
from Rivier College in Nashua, May 2003.
(Announced as Senior Position
tbd, starting June 1, 2003; moved to Florida and is teaching at USF St.
Petersburg) Scourfield McLauchlan served as field and political director
for the NHDP starting in January 2001 including work as field director
for the Coordinated Campaign starting in April 2002. In fall 2000
she directed the Oregon Democratic Party's Coordinated Campaign.
She worked on Gore 2000 from June 1999 to May 2000, serving as deputy field
director for Vice President Gore's NH primary campaign, then moving on
to primaries in Maine, Pennsylvania and West Virginia. From late
1996 to June 1999 she worked at the White House, finishing as director
of the Comment Line, Greetings Office, Volunteer Program and Correspondence
Department Internship Program. In 1995-96 she worked on Clinton/Gore
'96, then as a regional coordinator the Florida Democratic Party Coordinated
Campaign. She has a B.A. from Rider University, and an M.A. and a
Ph.D. from Rutgers University, all in political science.
|Senior Postion--in Florida
||Dr. Judithanne Scourfield McLauchlan
retired Manchester Alderman
Bill Cashin. ...04/17/03
during Graham's first visit to the state.
James (Jim) Monahan - joined
the Concord-based government relations and public relations firm The
Dupont Group in fall 1993.
Note: Manchester office was
5,500 square feet at $2,500 per month.