Dennis Kucinich-Campaign Organization, California
Kucinich for President  

Kucinich for President California Leadership
Northern California Office: 21 Tamal Vista, Suite 175, Corte Madera 
(just north of the Town Center)

Northern California Coordinator Judy Kimmel

California Political Director Dotty Lemeiux

Events Coordinator Lora O'Connor

Office Manager Susan Fitzgerald

People of Color Coordinator Regina Carey

Northern California Field Outreach Don Nicodemus

Antonio de la Fuente

Berkeley Campaign Outreach Office: 3362 Adeline Street (a couple blocks from BART)
San Francisco Campaign Office: 1751 Mission Street (at 13th Street)

Southern California Office: 8124 West 3rd St, Suite 212, Los Angeles 
(Peace Center building)

Southern California Coordinator Thia Stephan

Volunteer Coodinator Kenneth Roeder

East Los Angeles Office: 3617 Cesar Chavez, Los Angeles
David Sanchez
Mary Jacobs

Rep. Lynn Woolsey (CA-6) 6/19/03
San Francisco Board of Supervisors President Matt Gonzales - recent Green Party mayoral candidate 12/16/03
San Francisco Supervisor Tom Ammiano
San Francisco Bay Guardian (02/18/04)


Campaign Director for California Dotty Lemeiux

Advisor Gary Jelinek
(Served as National Campaign Manager for several months--announced on June 25, 2003, continued through August; previously served as California Coordinator for the campaign)  Jelinek managed Kucinich's first successful campaign, for Cleveland City Council in 1968.  He and Kucinich attended college and graduate school together.  After managing several political campaigns, Jelinek went on to spend 30 years in business and nonprofits.  Most recently, he was regional director of the nonprofit Rebuilding Together (formerly known as Christmas in April) which helps low-income homeowners. 
     Assistant to the Campaign Manager Suzanne Van Bebber
      (announced as Assistant to the Campaign Manager on June 25, 2003; she was serving as Northern California Campaign Coordinator)  Has worked as coordinator of the Global Renaissance  Alliance's Peace Circles. 

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