|Joe Lieberman for President, Inc.
Senator Joe Lieberman announced his presidential campaign and filed
papers with the FEC establishing his presidential campaign committee on
January 13, 2003. Craig T. Smith is national campaign director and
Joe Lieberman for President, Inc. New
Campaign Headquarters: 1195 Elm Street, Manchester
(started Jan. 15, 2003, named
state director March 3, 2003) Most recently, Greenberger served as
senior advisor to the New Hampshire Democratic Party. He was Al Gore's
trip director for New Hampshire during the 2000 primary, and Gore's state
director for Western Pennsylvania in the general election. In 1998,
Greenberger served as field director for Gov. Jeanne Shaheen's re-election
campaign. He worked in the White House Office of Legislative Affairs
from 1997-98. During the 1996 general election campaign he served
as the New Hampshire political director for Clinton/Gore, and during the
NH primary campaign he did field.
(started February 15, 2003)
In 2002 Silver worked as NH finance director for Katrina Swett's congressional
campaign and before that as deputy finance director on Steve Grossman's
campaign for governor in Massachusetts.
|Deputy State Director
||Emily R. Silver
(started May 15, 2003)
Earlier in 2003, Copeland managed two winning state senate special elections
in TN and OK. In 2002 he served as field director/deputy campaign
manager on Dan Blue's unsuccessful primary campaign for U.S. Senate in
North Carolina, and in the fall was the GOTV Director for the North Carolina
Coordinated Campaign. Field director on Tim Kaine's successful campaign
for lieutenant governor in Virginia, 2001. Worked in Washington, DC for
the polling firm of Greenberg Quinlan Research. Worked for Gore 2000
under Donna Brazile in 1999 and 2000. Other experience includes work
for Gephardt's ECG PAC in 1998, and scheduling for Don Beyer's unsuccessful
gubernatorial run in Virginia in 1997. Copeland is a graduate of
the University of Richmond.
(started May 1, 2003)
State representative from Manchester, elected in November 2002 at age 22.
Worked for the 2002 NH Coordinated Campaign as a Manchester regional field
|Deputy Field Director
||Rep. Chris Pappas
F I E L D
Regional Field Directors and
Michael Rollo -
July 28, 2003) Executive director for the Manchester City Democrats, 2002-03.
Manchester coordinator for John Kacavas during the special election for
Executive Council. Started working in Manchester politics in 2001
as a field coordinator for the Manchester City Democrats. Served
three terms in the NH House of Representatives from Rollinsford (Strafford
County). NH native.
Tom Petrillo - (started
as Office Manager on May 19, 2003; announced as regional coordinator on
Sept. 25, 2003) Started at the DNC in September 2000 as the research supervisor
in the Compliance Division. Elevated to director of operations for
the COO's office in July 2002.
Tim Sullivan - (announced
Sept. 25, 2003) Previously worked on Mark Warner's gubernatorial race in
Caitlin Daniuk -
(one of 16 field staffers announced on Oct. 20, 2003) A native of Manchester,
New Hampshire and current student at UNH-Manchester as well as the NH National
Committeewoman for Young Democrats of America.
Tammy Palmer - (announced
July 28, 2003) Graduate of Lawrence University in Wisconsin; worked on
state senate and city council races in Oklahoma.
Concord -- 40 N. Main Street (Matt
Lieberman did grand opening on Sept. 4, 2003)
Eileen Donohue - (announced
Sept. 25, 2003) Graduate of the University of Michigan.
former: Adam Nicholson
- (announced July 28, 2003) Graduate of the University of Tennessee.
Served as regional field coordinator for Bill Curry's gubernatorial campaign
in Connecticut in 2002; also worked as a field coordinator on state senate
races in Tennessee and Oklahoma.
Nashua -- 291 Main Street (Rebecca
Lieberman did grand opening on Sept. 2, 2003)
Andy Wolf - (announced
July 28, 2003) Graduate of the University of Colorado at Boulder.
Kristin Welch Kristen
Welch - (announced Oct. 20, 2003) A native of Amherst, New Hampshire
and recent graduate of Alfred University. Welch served as a volunteer
on the John McCain for President Campaign in New Hampshire in 2000.
Megan Yaples Megan Yaple
- (announced Oct. 20, 2003) A native of San Diego, California and recent
graduate of Southern Methodist University.
Portsmouth -- 801 Islington Street,
Suite 13 (Rebecca Lieberman
did grand opening on Sept. 2, 2003)
Sarah Boot - (announced
July 28, 2003) 2003 graduate of the University of Michigan and student
body president there 2002-03.
Kristin DeLuca -
(announced Dec. 31, 2003) A native of Dayton, Ohio and a graduate of Chatham
College, DeLuca served as deputy press secretary for Congressional candidate
Katrina Swett in 2002.
Rochester -- One Wakefield Street, Suite
10 (Rebecca Lieberman did
grand opening on Sept. 2, 2003)
Liz Mullane - (announced
July 28, 2003) Graduate of the University of Michigan; managed Sarah Boot's
student body president campaign.
Nick Blair - (announced
Dec. 31, 2003) A native of Norton, Massachusetts and a graduate of Edinboro
University in Pennsylvania.
Keene -- 141 Winchester Street
(Marcia Lieberman did grand opening on Sept. 15, 2003)
Jon Berkon - (announced
Sept. 25, 2003) A native New Yorker and Yale graduate.
Salem -- 232 North Broadway (RT 128),
2nd Floor (Matt Lieberman
did grand opening on Oct. 24, 2003)
Nancy Texeira - (announced
Sept. 25, 2003, initially worked in Nashua office) Previously worked as
the deputy field director in Bergen County for the New Jersey Coordinated
former: Carl Van Note
- (announced July 28, 2003) Graduate and former class council president
at Merrimack College. Van Note served as a field operative in Salem
for the 2002 NH coordinated campaign, and worked on several statewide campaigns
Lebanon -- 20 West Park Street
(Sen. Lieberman did grand opening on Oct. 24, 2003)
Tracey Rogers - (announced
Sept. 25, 2003) A native of Pennsylvania; served as an organizer for the
Illinois Coordinated Campaign in the 2002 elections.
Laconia -- 14 Pleasant Street
(Hadassah Lieberman opened Nov. 3, 2003)
Jen Gaspar - (started
early Aug. 2003; announced Sept. 25, 2003) A 2002 graduate of Johns Hopkins
University. Field director on Mike Swaim for State Rep. in Salem,
Oregon in 2002. Interned at the DNC, at Greenberg Quinlan, and in
2000 for the Host Committee in Los Angeles. Originally from Los Angeles.
Dennis Feehan (Nov.
3, 2003, announced Dec. 31, 2003) A native Granite Stater. Graduate
of Harvard University.
Matt Wilhelm (announced
Dec. 31, 2003) A native of Nashua, NH and Student Body President of Plymouth
Berlin -- 2 Main Street
(Sen. Lieberman officially opened Dec. 2, 2003)
Josh Robinson - (announced
Sept. 25, 2003) Previously worked as a regional coordinator for the North
Carolina Democratic Party. A native of Alabama.
Eamonn Donovan -
(announced December 31, 2003) A native of Boston, MA and a graduate of
Salisbury State University in Maryland, Donovan served as GOTV coordinator
for Carroll County in the 2002 NH Coordinated Campaign.
Claremont -- 20 Tremont Square (the
(Hadassah Lieberman officially opened Dec. 18, 2003)
Jason Ascher - (one
of 16 field staffers announced on Oct. 20, 2003; initially Salem) A native
of Staten Island, New York and recent graduate of SUNY-Buffalo.
Ann Bodden - A native
of Kewaskum, Wisconsin and recent graduate of University of Wisconsin-Eau
Gretchen Smith -
A native of Waverly, New York and recent graduate of SUNY - Binghamton
as well as a former summer intern on the campaign.
On December 31, 2003 the
campaign announced 9 new staffers; some in field offices as indicated above.
On October 20, 2003 the
16 new field staffers; some of these are now working in field offices as
Andy Asensio - A native
of Newington, Connecticut and former summer intern on the campaign.
Asensio is taking a semester off from Georgetown.
Peter Bondi - A native
of New Haven, Connecticut and recent graduate of Cornell as well as a former
summer intern on the campaign.
Jen Drorbaugh - A
native of New York City, New York and recent graduate of Dartmouth College.
Matt Grieger - A native
of Lebanon, Indiana and former summer intern on the campaign. Grieger
is taking a semester off from American University.
Jenny Martinez - A
native of Dublin, California and recent graduate of California Polytechnic
State University, San Luis Obispo.
Lori Queen - A native
of Westfield, Massachusetts and recent graduate of Providence College in
Samuel Ritzman - A
native of Cape Cod, Massachusetts and recent graduate of Hobart College
in New York.
Sarita Vanka - A native
of Champaign, Illinois and former summer intern on the campaign.
Vanka is taking a semester off from University of Illinois-Champaign.
Betsy Weintraub -
A native of Memphis, Tennessee and recent graduate of University of Tennessee-Knoxville.
Weintraub recently stepped down as president of the Knoxville area chapter
On December 19, 2003 the
campaign announced "Joe-Term"
wherein more than 100 students from New Hampshire and around the country
will work from regional offices and the Manchester headquarters starting
on January 1, 2004.
(started April 24, 2003)
Recently at the New York public relations firm Bender/Helper Impact.
Press secretary for Carl McCall's unsuccessful 2002 gubernatorial campaign
in New York; press secretary to Sen. Robert Torricelli, 2000; press secretary
to Alabama governor Don Siegelman, 1999; press secretary to Georgia governor
Zell Miller, 1998.
(announced Sept. 5, 2003)
Served as deputy press secretary during Gov. Don Siegelman (D-Ala.)'s 2002
re-election campaign. Graduate of Huntingdon College in Alabama.
|Deputy Press Secretary
(announced Sept. 5, 2003)
Started as a summer press intern; attends the College of William and Mary
(announced Dec. 31, 2003)
A native of Silver Spring, Maryland and a graduate of Indiana University,
Meyer recently served as a field organizer on a successful State House
race in Virginia.
(started September 1, 2003)
Before joining the campaign, Tindall was a Senior Account Executive at
Edelman Public Relations in Washington, DC (2002-2003). Prior to
Edelman, Tindall developed grassroots and public affairs campaigns at Ketchum
Public Relations (2000-2002) and was a Legislative Assistant at The Dutko
Group (1999-2000). Additionally, Tindall did Clinton/Gore White House
Advance (1999-2000) and worked for the polling firm Penn, Schoen and Berland
(1998). Tindall is a graduate of Arizona State University.
(announced as Manchester co-director
on July 28, 2003) Field and political director for Manchester City
Democrats during the 2002 elections. 2002 graduate of the College
of the Holy Cross in Massachusetts. Native of East Sandwich, Mass.
(started April 15, 2003)
In 2002 was Student/Volunteer Coordinator for the New Hampshire Democratic
Party, recruiting students from eight states to volunteer for Gov. Jeanne
Shaheen's Senate Campaign and organizing hundreds of people for GOTV.
Graduate of the University of Tennessee at Martin, where she was president
of the College Democrats. In fall 2000 she led the GoreCorps to Pennsylvania,
Ohio, Michigan, Louisiana, Florida, Oregon, and back to Florida.
Came to NH from the national
office in No. Virginia.
(announced Dec. 31, 2003) A
native of Connecticut and a graduate of Yale University.
(started April 10, 2003)
Redding most recently worked as a field organizer for the 2002 NHDP Coordinated
Campaign. Prior to that he was a Deputy Field Director for Steve Grossman's
gubernatorial campaign in Massachusetts, worked on State Sen. Brian Joyce's
special election campaign in the 9th CD, Sen. Edward M. Kennedy’s re-election
campaign, and Richard Licht's Democratic primary campaign for U.S. Senate
in Rhode Island. Redding also currently serves on the North Attleboro
(Mass.) School Committee and as Vice-Chair of the Democratic Town Committee.
|Director of Operations
Served as special assistant
to Ambassador Dick Swett, 1999-2001. Interim chief of staff for the
State Senate, 1998-99. Campaign manager for Gov. Shaheen's 1998 re-election
campaign. Worked in Gov. Shaheen's communications office, 1997.
Executive director of the NHDP, 1995-97, and directed the NH Democrats'
coordinated campaign in 1996. Graduate of the University of New Hampshire.
(from April 1, 2003) Vice Chair
of the NHDP, chairman of the Manchester City Democrats, House Democratic
Whip. Buckley has experience on presidential campaigns in New Hampshire
since he served as Tilton town chair for Ed Muskie at age 12.
|Eastern Regional Director
||Rep. Raymond Buckley
On January 25, 2004 the
campaign announced 909 members of the "Independents for Joe" steering committee.
On January 20, 2004 the campaign
announced endorsements from four leading former supporters of Dick Gephardt:
former U.S. Congressman Norman D'Amours of Manchester, Manchester Alderman
Betsi DeVries, State Rep. Alice McDonough Wallace of Manchester and former
State Rep. Theresa Drabinowicz of Nashua.
On January 20, 2004 the Manchester
Leader, New Hampshire's largest newspaper, endorsed Sen. Lieberman
in a front page editorial.
On January 18, 2004 the Lawrence
Tribune endorsed Sen. Lieberman.
On January 11, 2004 at headquarters
in Manchester the campaign announced "Independents
for Joe," 280 Independents endorsing Joe Lieberman for President.
Co-chairs of the "Independents for Joe" steering committee are former New
Hampshire Attorney General Greg Smith, who served from 1980-84, and Leonard
Arkerson, who served as John McCain's Strafford County Chair during the
2000 NH Primary campaign.
On December 21, 2003 the
campaign announced more
than 60 additional former New Hampshire McCain supporters have endorsed
Lieberman, bringing the total to more than 100, including 15 former McCain
On November 16, 2003 the
campaign announced “McCain
Supporters for Joe Lieberman” Steering Committee, 41 New Hampshire
supporters of McCain's who have endorsed Lieberman, including 11 former
McCain town chairs.
On November 4, 2003 the campaign
for Joe" - a steering committee of 34 students from NH colleges and
Lieberman's Earliest Announced NH Supporters
[in addition to Buckley (3/13/03) and Pappas (4/8/03)]
Rep. Tom Katsiantonis -
Rep. Alice McDonough Wallace
- Manchester 1/20/04-backed Gephardt until
Rep. Maurice Pilotte - Manchester
Rep. Frank Sullivan - Manchester
Rep. Peter Sullivan - Manchester
Rep. Bette Lasky - Nashua
Rep. Lori Movsesian - Nashua
Rep. Corey Corbin - Sandown
Rep. Matt Vallone - Epping
Rep. Deanna Rollo - Rollinsford
Rep. Kathy Taylor - Dover
Rep. Kati Taylor - Dover
Liberals for Lieberman
Team Joe in Action
Director Peter Greenberger,
Assistant David Solimini, staffer,
(10/10 or 10/11/03)
Field (10/6-10/11/03): Concord,
Lieberman NH Headquarters (6/24/03)
visit to Lieberman NH Headquarters (5/22/03)
Charles Swirsky -
(one of 16 field staffers announced on Oct. 20, 2003; went on to work in
the CT office) A native of New Haven, Connecticut and recent graduate of
University of Wisconsin.