Kerry-Edwards 2004, Inc.
| 311A Lincoln St. | Manchester
Served as field director on
Kerry's New Hampshire primary campaign starting on Jan. 27, 2003 through
to the primary; he also served as Kerry's state director for the March
2 Maryland primary. Field director for Gov. Jeanne Shaheen's 2002
U.S. Senate campaign and her 2000 re-election campaign. Campaign
manager on Manchester Mayor Bob Baines' 2001 re-election campaign.
Worked for Gov. Jeanne Shaheen in the Office of Citizen Affairs and as
scheduler. Graduate of UNH with a degree in history.
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Worked in the press department
on Kerry's New Hampshire primary campaign and later as press secretary
on Kerry's New York primary campaign.
Deputy National Director for
Northern New England on Kerry's NH primary campaign. Served as legal
counsel to Gov. Jeanne Shaheen during the six years of her administration.
Took a leave to work as communications director on Shaheen's 2000 re-election
campaign and served as communications director on Shaheen's 1996 campaign.
Reardon served as a state representative from 1985 through 1988 and was
Democratic whip in 1987-1988.
Hampshire Business Leaders Steering Committee (announced Sept. 16,
Karen Hicks, who
served as New Hampshire State Director for the Dean campaign, is the DNC's
National Field Director.
| 311A Lincoln St. | Manchester &
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| 2 1/2 Beacon Street | Concord
Chair since 1999. Member
of the Manchester law firm of Wadleigh, Starr & Peters, P.L.L.C..
B.A., Georgetown University, College of the Holy Cross, 1976. J.D.,
Cornell University, 1981.
Served as a business and industrial
recruitment and retention specialist for the Department of Resources and
Economic Development; as special assistant for policy, focusing on economic
development and technology, and earlier as scheduler, to Gov. Jeanne Shaheen;
and as an organizer for the Concord Coalition. Graduated from the
University of New Hampshire in 1995.
Bachelor's degree in political science
from UNH, 2003. Deputy finance director on Mark Fernald's 2002 gubernatorial
campaign. Graduate of Pelham High School, where he was president
of the student government in his senior year.
|Deputy Executive Director
(started April 2004) First
post-primary NH staffer for the Kerry campaign, March-April 2004.
Deputy political director on Howard Dean's New Hampshire primary campaign
from mid-Feb. 2003 to Feb. 2004. Field staffer on the 2002 NH Democratic
Party Coordinated Campaign in Keene, responsible for Cheshire County and
western Hillsborough County. B.S. in environmental studies from the
University of Vermont, 2000.
(started in May 2004-the first
field director hired in the country) During the primary campaign
served as Massachusetts field director for the Kerry campaign, regional
GOTV desk in New Hampshire for the primary, and as a regional GOTV lead
for the Tennessee primary. Deputy field director for John Kerry's
Senate re-election campaign in 2002. Regional field director in 2000
in Southeast Ohio. Graduate of Clark University, with a B.A. in biology,
Strafford regional director
for Howard Dean's NH primary campaign (from June 16, 2003; announced July
9, 2003). May 2003 graduate of UNH with a degree in political science;
president of College Democrats at UNH, 2002-03. From Charlestown,
Attorney with Holtz & Reed,
Boston, Massachusetts, and long-time political consultant. General
Counsel for Mass. State Treasurer Shannon O'Brien, 1999-2003. Chairman,
Ward 11 Democratic Committee, Cambridge, Massachusetts. Has worked
and volunteered on campaigns going back to RFK in 1968, and has also worked
as a high school teacher, a union organizer, and a labor mediator.
Graduate of Suffolk University Law School: M.S. from UMass Amherst Labor
Center, and undergraduate degree from Boston College.
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Worked on Daniel Hynes' campaign for the
2004 Democratic nomination for U.S. Senate in Illinois. Deputy press
secretary on Rep. Dick Gephardt's Iowa caucus campaign. Worked in
Rep. Dick Gephardt's leadership office. Degree in Journalism from
the University of Missouri.
|Senate Caucus Communications
During the NH primary campaign
Amy Morse served as volunteer coordinator in the Kerry campaign's Concord
office. She grew up in Concord, NH and is a 2003 graduate of UMass.
Worked as a volunteer coordinator
in Boston for the Democratic National Convention Committee. B.A.
in Political Science from Holy Cross, 2001.
Interned on the NH campaign
in summer 2004. Student in political communication at the University
of Texas at Austin. Has interned with Amnesty International and with
Tocci served a State Director
for Kerry in Massachusetts during the primary campaign and also headed
up his get out the vote effort in the New Hampshire primary. In 2002
she was a consultant on Shannon O'Brien's Massachusetts gubernatorial race.
Directed public relations at USTrust Bank in Boston. GOTV coordinator
for the 2000 Democratic Coordinated Campaign in New Hampshire. Advisor
to O'Brien's 1998 campaign for state treasurer. Field Director for
Sen. Edward Kennedy's re-election campaign, 1993. Worked in the Boston
office of the Feminist Majority. She has been working on Democratic
campaigns since 1989. Tocci graduated from Wheaton College with a
bachelor's degree in 1989 and from Simmons Graduate School of Management
with a MBA in 1998. Native of Leominster.
Upper Valley regional coordinator
on Kerry's NH primary campaign. Worked as campaign coordinator and
field director for congressional campaigns in the 2000 and 1998 cycles.
Served as a receptionist and
a special assistant for citizen affairs for Gov. Jeanne Shaheen and as
a legislative aide for the New Hampshire State Senate. Graduated from the
University of New Hampshire in 2000.
Served as Special Projects Coordinator
for the 2004 Democratic National Convention. Graduate of Dartmouth
College, 2002 (served as managing editor of the Dartmouth).
Managed strategic communications
for the New Hampshire Democratic Party with emphasis on John Lynch's gubernatorial
campaign. Graduated from UMass Amherst with an undergraduate degree
in Economics and from Boston University with an MBA.
|Special Events Coordinator
Director of IT for Sen. Kerry's
NH primary campaign. Previously worked for Cabletron. 1997
graduate of UNH with a degree in Computer Science. Originally from
Fayetteville, Arkansas, Dumez grew up in New Hampshire.
Named as the party's field and political
director in July 2003. Senior scheduler for Marian Wright Edelman
at the Children's Defense Fund in Washington DC, first half of 2003.
Worked in Gov. Jeanne Shaheen's office from 1999-Jan. 2003, much of that
time as scheduler. Western tier field coordinator for Gov. Shaheen's
1998 re-election campaign.
Associate at Cravath, Swaine
and Moore in New York (joined in 2003; took leave to serve as legal coordinator).
Law Clerk to Judge Max Rosenn, US Court of Appeals for the 3d Circuit,
2002-03. Served as an aide to Congressman John Tierney (D-MA), 1997-98.
In 1996 worked on Phil Johnston for Congress and Kerry for Senate/Democratic
Coordinated Campaign. Graduate of Harvard Law School, 2002, and of
Harvard College, 1996.
Party's legal operation in NH was focused on ensuring that all eligible
voters be allowed to vote and have their votes counted. We had a
core group of lawyers involved well in advance of the election, and over
450 trained lawyers at polling locations across the state on election day
to assist in voter protection efforts. All lawyers involved in the
campaign were trained in person. The greatest challenge the campaign
faced in NH was ensuring that students understood their rights to vote.
The NH legal effort was closely coordinated with legal efforts across the
country. In addition to reporting to the Democratic Coordinated Campaign
in NH, I also reported to the DNC in Washington and worked closely with
the Kerry campaign lawyers."
Deputy Director of the NH Senate
Democratic Caucus from February to July of 2004. Office Manager on
Wesley Clark's NH primary campaign. NH Office Manager for Graham
for President campaign starting Aug. 18, 2003. Formerly voter file
manager and intern coordinator at the NHDP. Graduated from Rivier
College in Nashua, May 2003.
Americans Coming Together |
195 McGregor St., Suite 320 | Manchester >>opened
in November 2003
(started Sept. 2003) Massachusetts
State Director for Gore-Lieberman in 2000. Field Director for the
Clinton/Gore '96 and Democratic Coordinated Campaign in New Hampshire.
Since 1985, in addition to his political organizing work, Newman has maintained
a Boston law practice specializing in legislative issues and election law.
He served as Lead Counsel in Palm Beach County for the Gore recount effort
in 2000. Law degree from Boston College Law School; undergraduate
degree from Harvard University.
Served as press secretary on Howard Dean's
South Carolina campaign starting in Dec. 2003. Taught English to
freshmen and worked as a PR consultant for grassroots organizations.
B.A. in political science and a M.A. in English literature from the College
|Deputy State Director/Communications
Deputy state director of Howard Dean's
NH primary campaign; started Feb. 1, 2003. A finance staffer on Martha
Fuller Clark's 2002 congressional campaign. Graduate of American
University in Washington, DC.
Regional director in the Keene
office on Howard Dean's New Hampshire primary campaign. 2003 graduate
of Keene State College with a degree in Communications.
|Deputy Field Director
(Succeeded Aaron Holmes, who left
to go to law school).
2655 White Mountain Hwy,
North Conway Village opened on July 15, 2004. (Eamonn Donovan/Neil
Regional Field Coordinators:
Melissa Byrne, Ben Clifford, Stephany
Collamore, Ben Doyle, Mark Evans, Mike Kaufman, Jess Mantooth, Yaron Miller,
Scotty Nichols, Graham Roth, Maeghan Silverberg, Olivia Zink
Worked on Sen. Edwards' NH primary
campaign in the Portsmouth office. Graduated from Michigan State
Canvass Team Leaders:
Ari Appel, Avishay Artsy, Amy Goodman,
Mary Heslin, Tim Razel
Served as press assistant for
the Think About It Maine campaign run by Grassroots Solutions in 2003.
Associate Director for the Wisconsin Newslab, a research project conducted
by the University of Wisconsin-Madison in conjunction with the USC Annenberg
Norman Lear Center, analyzing local news coverage of the 2002 elections.
Graduated with a B.A. in political science from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Worked on Sen. Kerry's NH primary
campaign in the West Lebanon field office.
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B.A. in creative writing
from Bard College, 2003.
College organizers in Durham, Dartmouth,
Plymouth and Keene:
UNH - Pia Carusone; Dartmouth - Tam Doan;
Plymouth College - Alexis Prieur; Keene State - Jessica Fisher
A former General Electric machinist
and member of IUE Local 201; served as an IUE international representative
for 30 years.
|Director of Operations
Events Director for New Hampshire
for Health Care, project of the SEIU, during the New Hampshire primary.
Worked at the Turner Foundation where she managed an $8 million funding
program. She has also spent significant time in Texas politics working
on health care legislation in the state legislature and on many state campaigns.
Stone worked for the Texas Freedom Network and co-ran her own political
fundraising and event planning business.
|New Hampshire Organizing
MoveOn PAC's Leave No Voter Behind(volunteer-based
precinct organizing program)
Matt Wilson of
Grassroots Campaigns, Inc. coordinated the Leave No Voter Behind Campaign
in New Hampshire and Maine. Previously he directed Toxics Action
Center, a New England based environmental group, for 16 years. He
is a 1983 graduate of Dartmouth College.
NH AFL-CIO | 161
Londonderry Turnpike | Hooksett
President: Mark MacKenzie - International
Association of Fire Fighters Local 856
Executive Vice President: John Amrol
- Service Employees International Union Local 1984
Secretary-Treasurer: William Stetson
- American Federation of Teachers Local 8027