Kerry-Edwards 2004, Inc.
| 8415 Wornall | Kansas City
a decade in politics, Wilson moved to the private sector in 1997, serving
as Government Affairs Manager for Sprint Corporation from 1997-2000 and
then as Manager of Government Affairs for Microsoft Corporation from 2000
to present. His political experience includes National Campaign Director
for the DCCC, 1996; Vice President Gore's Political Director at the DNC,
1995; Director of Scheduling, Office of Vice President Gore, 1993-95; Northeast
Campaign Director for the DCCC, 1993-94; Coordinated Campaign Director
in Connecticut, 1992; Director of the DNC's Job Talent Bank, 1990-91; Political
Liaison at the DSCC, 1989-90; Scheduler for Lautenberg For Senate, 1988;
Trip Director for Gephardt for President, 1988; and staffer for Congressman
Alan Wheat (MO-5), 1986-88. Wilson is a 1985 graduate of the University
of Missouri with a BA in political science.
Golden most recently managed
Gery Chico's 2004 campaign for the Democratic nomination for U.S. Senate
2004 | 3234 LaClede Station Road | Maplewood
(St. Louis area)
director of the Missouri Democratic Party Jan. 2003 through July 2004.
Deputy director of the 2002 Coordinated Campaign. Directed Democrats'
legislative redistricting efforts in 2001. Worked on the 2000 Coordinated
Campaign. M.B.A. from the University of Missouri in Columbia; B.S.
in Mathematics also from the University of Missouri in Columbia.
to a Democratic source, the Missouri Coordinated Campaign had a budget
of $4 million dollars and more than 80 employees in 26 offices across the
state. (An AP report said the Democratic campaign had about 76 people
and 25 field offices). However, after the St. Louis debate both the
Democratic and Republican campaigns shifted much of their resources out
of Missouri to other states. For the Democratic campaign the DNC pullout
caused a week or so of disruption, but a reduced staff, including many
with Missouri origins, carried on, and the McCaskill campaign helped fund
what was left.
finished the campaign doing GOTV in Colorado.
the Dewey Square Group in 2001. Worked at the direct mail firm of
Crounse Malchow Inc. during the 1998 election season. Account manager
with the leading public affairs internet startup company Voter.com.
B.S. degree in Public Affairs from Indiana University in Bloomington.
ran the campaign at the end.
regional field director on Kerry's Iowa caucus campaign (from March 1,
2003 continuing through the Jan. 19, 2004 caucuses), then field director
for the campaign in Wisconsin. Regional campaign manager for three
successful legislative races in Western Iowa in 2002. Vice-president
of sales for the University Travel Corporation in Virginia. Served
on the board of directors for Camp L.E.A.D. (Leadership, Education, and
Diversity). B.S. in psychology from Virginia Polytechnic Institute
and State University.
finished the campaign in Ohio.
Iowa field director on Joe Lieberman's presidential campaign before he
pulled out of the state. Managed legislative races in Western Iowa.
Before graduating from Virginia Tech in 2000, he managed fundraising campaigns
for a non-profit radio station with listeners spanning four states.
Native of Philadelphia, PA.
served as field director at the end.
St. Louis - Jack
Ryan ...finished the campaign in Iowa.
Angela Elsbury ...did this after the DNC pulled out.
- Angie Robinson
Kansas City -
Joe Maloney ...finished
the campaign elsewhere. Mike
this after the DNC pulled out.
includes director of legislative affairs to Gov. Bob Holden.
includes director of scheduling to Gov. Bob Holden (appointed on Aug. 23,
press secretary to Congresswoman Zoe Lofgren (D-CA). Deputy communications
director on Senator Jean Carnahan's (D-MO) 2002 campaign. Worked
at Georgetown in the Public Affairs office. Worked in the Clinton
administration, first as a White House Intern in Vice President Gore's
press office and then on staff as the Special Assistant to the Director
of Communications. Graduate of Catholic University in 2000. Chicago
Tseggai, Molly Dunn
a television reporter in Dodge City.
same role for Missouri Democratic Party.
1996 and 2000 Missouri Democratic Coordinated Campaigns, served as chief
of staff to Missouri's Lieutenant Governor Joe Maxwell and chief of staff
to Governor Bob Holden.
in the Kerry's Manchester office during the New Hampshire Primary and served
as College Coordinator in the California primary. Prior to joining
the Kerry campaign, Graves worked in Washington DC for the National Venture
Capital Association and the Democratic Leadership Council. He graduated
from Santa Clara University in 1999 with degrees in Economics and Political
the campaign as a regional field director in Iowa.
Missouri Democratic Party |
208 Madison Street | Jefferson City
Offices: St. Louis - 3234 Laclede Station Road
City - 8415 Wornall Street Columbia - 916
Walnut Street Springfield - 1700 South Campbell,
(appointed by gubernatorial
nominee Claire McCaskill following her win in the Aug. 2004 primary, succeeding
May Scheve Reardon) Wilson served as governor for about three months
following the death of Gov. Mel Carnahan in an Oct. 2000 plane crash.
||Gov. Roger Wilson
Missouri State Democratic Party
Chair and as a member of the Democratic National Committee from 1994 to
March 2003; President of the Association of State Democratic Chairs from
Feb. 2001 to March 2003. J.D. from University of Arkansas, 1974.
B.A. from Missouri State University, 1969.
(named to replace Jim Kottmeyer
Aug. 2004) Previously legislative affairs director in Missouri Auditor
Claire McCaskill's office.
(Aug. 2004) Previously
Gov. Bob Holden's press secretary, started in Jan. 2003. Press assistant
in Attorney General Jay Nixon's office. Graduate of the University
of Missouri with a B.A. in Political Science.
|Delegate Selection and
|House Campaign Director
|House Finance Director
|Senate Campaign Director
Americans Coming Together
| 393 Euclid Ave. Suite 340
| St. Louis (Elizabeth Gaines)
Regional Offices: Kansas
City - 1719 1/2 West 39th Street (Mark Logan) Columbia
- 800 Providence Road, Ste 104 (Casey Ruckeyser) Springfield
- 1219 East Commercial (Kay Mills) St. Louis
- 5585 Pershing Ave. Suite 110 (Tracy Williams)
On leave from position as President
of SEIU Local 2000.
[initially named was
Donald Redmond--Political Director for Philadelphia Mayor John Street in
both his 1999 and 2003 campaigns. Field director for Ed Rendell's
successful 2002 gubernatorial campaign. He has also provided organizing
and tactical services to the NAACP Voter Fund and the Philadelphia Voter
Deputy communications director
on Mel Carnahan's 2000 U.S. Senate campaign.
America Votes |
[initially Todd Patterson]
|Missouri Organizing Director
|Missouri Field Organizer
Missouri AFL-CIO |
227 Jefferson Street | Jefferson City
President: Hugh M. McVey
Secretary-Treasurer: Herb Johnson
Desk/State Director: Ken Nickell (at St. Louis CLC in Bridgeton)