Kerry-Edwards 2004, Inc. |
S. Victory | Little Rock
(announced June 21, 2004, arrived
in state later that week) Before joining the campaign Shelton worked
in Washington, DC for America Coming Together. In fall 2000 he served
as North Carolina State Director for the Gore-Lieberman campaign and in
1996 he was an assistant Southern regional director for Clinton's re-election
campaign. He has worked for the U.S. Department of Transportation,
the U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs and the Democratic National Committee.
He attended both the University of Central Arkansas in Conway and Philander
Smith College in Little Rock.
||Rodney E. Shelton
Worked as a spokesman at the
U.S. Department of Education during the Clinton Administration.
| 523 W. Third Street | Little Rock
2004 Campaign Offices
director of the party starting March 1, 2001. A veteran of Arkansas
politics at all levels, having worked on over twenty campaigns. Founded
Advantage Strategies, a consulting firm, in 1999, after serving as a political
consultant for Southern Strategy Group. Started in politics in as
a college student on then-Governor Clinton's presidential campaign in Sept.
1991 New Hampshire and in the headquarters in Little Rock. Bachelor's
degree in history from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock; a veteran
of the United States Army Reserves.
July 2004) Prior to joining the coordinated campaign (and afterwards)
Edwards worked for Sen. Blanche L. Lincoln. B.A. in English from
the University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff and M.A. in professional and technical
writing from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock. Native of
Little Rock, Arkansas.
the Musgrove gubernatorial campaign in Mississippi in 2003, the Landrieu
U.S. Senate runoff, and the 2002 South Carolina coordinated campaign.
Graduate of the College of Charleston in Charleston, SC with a degree in
for Gen. Wesley Clark's campaign as national volunteer coordinator, doing
both online grassroots organizing and organizing volunteers in the early
primary states. Graduate of Arkansas State University. Native
as director of community outreach to Congressman Mike Ross, working out
of his Pine Bluff office, starting in early 2003. Worked in the Community
Service Division of the DNC. Attended Philander Smith College.
Native of McGehee, Arkansas.
Base Vote: Pat
Banks, Keith Rancifer, Donell Meadows
of Harvard College. Son of state Sen. Hank Wilkins IV (D-Pine Bluff).
as communications director for the Arkansas Democratic Party on May 25,
2004. Previously covered state government and politics in the Arkansas
Democrat-Gazette's Capitol bureau.
Aug. 2004) Database and web work for Chisenhall, Nestrud & Julian,
P.A. in Little Rock. Database design at U.S. Department of Labor
in Washington, summer 2003. Degree in information systems from the
University of Arkansas at Fayetteville, May 2004; minor in computer science,
Wang, Brian Greer, Marc Zelnick, Jeremy Levin
Arkansas Democratic Party |
1300 West Capitol Avenue | Little Rock
(elected Jan. 27, 2001)
Previously the party's treasurer and Pulaski County Election Commission
chairman. President of First Arkansas Bail Bonds Inc.
Director/Victory 2004 Director
President: Alan B. Hughes
Vice President: Charles McDaniel
Secretary Treasurer: Jean M.