Kerry-Edwards 2004, Inc.
| 10350 Santa Monica Blvd, Suite 330 | Los
Gallegos served as deputy campaign
manager/political director for Sen. John Edwards' presidential primary
campaign (announcement that she had joined the campaign came in March 2003)
then ran his One America Committee. Before joining Edwards' team
she served as COO and political director of EdVoice, a California education
and advocacy organization. In the 2000 campaign she was California
state director for the Gore primary campaign, and Western Regional Political
Director for the Gore/Lieberman campaign. Prior to the campaign she
was Western political director for Leadership '98, Gore's leadership PAC.
Gallegos worked in the White House Office of Intergovernmental Affairs.
She served as deputy political director for the Clinton/Gore '96 campaign
(in DC): Luis Vizcaino
"Every Vote Counts"
[Coordinated Campaign] | 888 S.
Figueroa, 4th Floor | Los Angeles
2004) "As staff and advisor to numerous policymakers,
elected officials, and political candidates, Parish has worked with leaders
throughout the country, at every level of government, from city council
to Congress." Worked with the Gore/Lieberman recount effort in Florida.
Northern California Political Director for the State Coordinated Campaign
in 2000. Political director for the California Democratic Party,
the youngest, as well as the first African American to do so. Alameda
County Regional Director for Los Angeles Mayor Tom Bradley's gubernatorial
campaign, 1982. Interned in the Carter White House,1979. First
electoral campaign working for the late California Congressman Julian Dixon,
1978. A graduate of the University of Southern California's School
of Public Policy, Golden Gate University's School of Law and the Coro Fellowship
in Public Affairs.
all outreach to various political figures and community based organizations,
as well as assisting field staff to plan events and GOTV activities).
Holoman has a long history of political and community work in the Los Angeles
region, including staff for Sen. Kevin Murray.
served as national field manager for Rock the Vote. Lead field staff
for the San Diego area on the California Democratic Party’s 2002 Coordinated
from a long and varied tenure with the California State Senate.
for Training and Data Management
Political Director/Deputy Field Director
and Protect the Vote (P2TV) Director
Sandra Gonzalez-Castro, LaNiece Jones, Richard Martinez Jr, Elliot Petty,
Iley Whiting, and Lisa Williams
California Democratic Party |
1401 21st Street, Suite 100 | Sacramento
and 888 S. Figueroa Street, 4th Floor | Los Angeles
Appointed Chairman to finish
the term vacated by Bill Press in 1995, elected in 1996, re-elected, unopposed
in 2001. Served twenty years in the California State Legislature,
eight as an Assembly member and twelve as a State Senator. Ran for
Insurance Commissioner in 1994. Bachelors degree from UC Santa Cruz
and J.D. from UC Davis.
||Senator Art Torres (Ret.)
|1st Vice Chair (So. Cal.)
- Alexandra "Alex" Gallardo-Rooker
||2nd Vice Chair (No. Cal). - Alicia
|Secretary - Reginald Byron
Controller - Antonio Salazar-Hobson
Executive director since 1995.
Took a leave of absence to serve as California state director on Gore 2000
(named July 26, 1999, left the position Jan. 2000). Chief of staff
to State Senate President David Roberti, 1994. CEO of a political
voter file firm. Chief consultant to Roberti, 1985. Directed
the Mondale/Ferraro campaign in Northern California. Controller for
the Host Committee for the 1984 Democratic National Convention in San Francisco.
||Chris Masami Myers
Campaign advisor to the California
Democratic Party since March 1991 (Mulholland managed Phil Angelides' successful
campaign to become state party chair in March 1991). He has been
involved in hundreds of campaigns and initiatives, local and statewide,
and played a key role in California Democratic Party campaigns since 1992
and in many presidential campaigns. Active with the Democratic Party
for more than 30 years. Vietnam veteran, he served with the 101st
Airborne and was wounded in the Tet Offensive.
California Labor Federation, AFL-CIO
Headquarters: 600 Grand Av., Suite 410, Oakland
Legislative Office: 1127 11th Street, Suite 425, Sacramento
Los Angeles Office: 3303 Wilshire Blvd #415, Los Angeles
President: Connie Leyva
Executive Secretary-Treasurer: Art Pulaski