Democratic Congressional Campaign
430 South Capitol St., SE, Washington, DC 20003
Rahm Emanuel (IL)
||Ann Marie Habershaw|
|Field Director||Glenn Rushing|
Glenn Rushing came to the DCCC in the 2004 cycle after serving as Chief of Staff to former Congressman Ronnie Shows. Rushing worked his first campaign in 1987 as a regional field coordinator for former Mississippi Governor Ray Mabus. Since then he has worked on over seven campaigns, serving as Manager, Field Director, and Field Coordinator for a variety of candidates, including President Clinton’s 1992 and 1996 elections. In addition to his campaign experience, Rushing has worked for the Governor’s Office in Mississippi as an Executive Assistant for Executive Services and Administrative Assistant for Constituent Services, the United States Department of Agriculture as a Confidential Assistant for Congressional Relations, the City of Jackson as Director of Governmental Affairs, the Hinds County Board of Supervisors as Director of Human Capital Development, and United States Congressman Ronnie Shows as District Director and Chief of Staff. Rushing is a 1987 graduate of Jackson State University and has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science/Pre-Law.
|Political Director||Dave Hamrick|
Dave Hamrick has worked in Democratic politics for more than ten years. Most recently, he was the Coordinated Campaign Director at the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee where he designed and oversaw the field and Get-Out-The Vote programs for key U.S. Senate races including newly elected Sen. Ken Salazar of Colorado. In 2002, Hamrick served as the Coordinated Campaign Director in South Dakota where he ran the field and Native-American programs for Sen. Johnson’s successful campaign for the Senate. Previously, David worked for Governor Minner of Delaware as her representative in Washington and was with the Gore campaign in Iowa, Maryland and Delaware. David has also worked for Rep. John Dingell and managed his campaign in 1998. David has a Master’s Degree in Public Administration from The George Washington University.
Alixandria Wade has been Chief of Staff to Rep. Adam Smith (WA) since 2000. Wade also served as Washington State Director for John Kerry’s presidential campaign during the caucuses and worked on the field campaign in Colorado that helped elect Democrats up and down the ballot including Sen. Ken Salazar. Wade previously served as Rep. Smith’s Communications and Legislative Director from 1997 until 2000. She also worked on Smith’s successful campaign in 1996 when he defeated GOP incumbent Rep. Randy Tate. Wade graduated from the University of Puget Sound in 1996 with a degree in Politics/Government.
|Research Director||Christina Reynolds|
|Member Services Director||Beverly Gilyard|
(end of March / beginning of April
2005) Came to the DCCC from the office of Sen. Richard Durbin
as a Regional Communications Director on John Kerry's presidential
Secretary for Rep. Dick Gephardt's Iowa caucus campaign. Press
secretary to Sen. Tom
2001-03. Earlier worked for U.S. Rep. Bill Luther.
of March / beginning of April
served as Press Secretary for Senate Minority Leader Tom Daschle until
his defeat in Nov. 2004. In fall 2000 she was West Virginia Press
Secretary for the Gore-Lieberman campaign.
of March / beginning of April
2005) Abrams worked in Communications on John Kerry's