and Allies-Organization, Kentucky
Kerry-Edwards 2004, Inc.
(started Aug. 1, 2004 for about
6 weeks, then back to Iowa) Brock's experience includes Midwest Political
Director at the DNC, Deputy Communications Director for Vilsack/Pederson
2002, an organizer for the AFSCME Florida Political Organizing Project,
Field Director for the 2000 Wisconsin Democratic Coordinated Campaign,
Field Staff for Gore 2000, and Field Staff for the1998 Iowa Democratic
Party Coordinated Campaign.
Louisville attorney. Ran
for Congress in the 3rd CD in 2002. Deputy Secretary of the Governor’s
Executive Cabinet and Legal Counsel in the office of Gov. Paul Patton.
Worked on Paul Patton's successful 1995 campaign for governor. In
Washington, DC worked in the U.S. Attorney’s office on criminal justice
issues and for the House Banking Committee. Law degree from the National
Law Center at George Washington University. Undergraduate degree
in public policy studies from Duke University. Born and raised in
Co-owner of the Moonlite Bar-B-Q
Inn in Owensboro (Daviess County). Served for a number of years as
state party vice chair through Nov. 2003, including a couple of stints
as interim chair. Ran for county commissioner in 1993. Delegate
to the 1980, 1984, 1988 and 1992 Democratic National Conventions.
|State Vice Chair
(no Coordinated Campaign)
Kentucky Democratic Party
| 190 Democrat Drive | Frankfort
(from Jan. 31, 2004) Attorney
in Lexington; co-founder of Garmer & O’Brien, LLP. Two years
as a law clerk to Hon. B.T. Moynahan, Jr., Chief Judge in the United States
District Court, Eastern District of Kentucky. J.D. from the University
of Kentucky Law School. Four years in the U.S. Air Force. B.A.
from the University of Kentucky.
Vice Chair: Kerry Morgan
of Bowling Green
(started April 2004) Consulted
with the DCCC on the Jan. 2004 6th CD special election (Ben Chandler)
Worked for eight years at the Kentucky Labor Cabinet, first as assistant
to the Secretary and then as Deputy Secretary. Vice President of
CWA Local 3372 in Lexington; worked for GTE which became Verizon.
Communications and Legislation
Manager for the Kentucky Commission on Women (Governor's Office).
MPA from the Martin School of Public Policy and Administration at the University
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