Hillary Clinton-Organization, Arizona
updated February 4, 2008

HILLARY CLINTON FOR PRESIDENT
HILLARY CLINTON FOR PRESIDENT EXPLORATORY COMMITTEE, INC.
Headquarters: 2845 North Central Avenue, Phoenix, Arizona 85004
 
 
Field Director  Tony Wagner
Previously deputy political director of the Arizona Democratic Party.
 
 

 the campaign announced a 48-person steering committee on Jan. 16, 2008 [but did not post it]
 

endorsements
Carolyn Warner - Democratic National Committee member and former State Superintendent of Public Instruction  (Feb. 1, 2008)
 

Former Chairman and President of the Navajo Nation, Peterson Zah  (Jan. 29, 2008)
 

Congressman Ed Pastor (AZ-4)  (Jan. 20, 2008; previously backed Gov. Bill Richardson)
 

Arizona legislators and community leaders (announced Sept. 12, 2007)
Senate Minority Leader Marsha Arzberger, Willcox
State Senator Paula Aboud, Tucson
State Senator Amanda Aguirre, Yuma
State Senator Ken Cheuvront, Phoenix
Fountain Hills Councilwoman Ginny Dickey
State Representative Martha Garcia, Phoenix
Maricopa County Supervisor Mary Rose Garrido Wilcox
State Representative Linda Lopez, Tucson
State Senator Richard Miranda, Phoenix
State Representative Ben Miranda, Phoenix
Democratic National Committee Member Joe Rios
House Democratic Whip Pete Rios, Hayden
State Senate Minority Whip Rebecca Rios, Hayden
State Representative Lena Saradnik, Tucson
 

Raul Yzaguirre of Tucson is the campaign's chair of Hispanic outreach and a national co-chair (announced April 12, 2007)
Currently the presidential professor of practice in community development and civil rights at Arizona State University.  President of the National Council of La Raza, 1974-2004.  Founded Interstate Research Associates.  Program analyst at U.S. Office of Economic Opportunity.  B.S. from the George Washington University, 1968, after attending the University of Maryland for a year.  Four years in the U.S. Air Force Medical Corps.  Grew up in the Rio Grande Valley of South Texas.
 

Arizona Women for Hillary (announced Oct. 19, 2007)
Arizona Women for Hillary Leadership Council includes:
Paula Aboud, Arizona State Senator
Amanda Aguirre, Arizona State Senator
Marsha Arzberger, State Senate Minority Leader
Martha Garcia, Arizona State Representative
Pam Grissom, Community Activist
JoJene Mills, Attorney at Law
Rebecca Rios, Arizona State Representative
Pamela K. Sutherland, Community Activist
Mary Rose Garrido Wilcox, Maricopa County Supervisor
Dana Marie Kennedy, Executive Director, Emerge Arizona
List in formation

Arizona Women for Hillary Council includes:
Allison Bones, Phoenix
Anne Groth, Phoenix
Arjelia Gomez, Phoenix
Barbra Moss, Goodyear
BJ Brooks, Phoenix
Bree Boehlke, Sun City
Brooke Wendt, Phoenix
Carol Hughes, Phoenix
Christina Forrester-Lunsford, Apache Junction
Dana Kennedy, Phoenix
Debra Boehlke, Sun City
Edna Ellis, Glendale
Gina Flores, Phoenix
Gretchen Baer, Bisbee
Irene Rasmussen, Phoenix
Jamie Patton Powell, Mesa
Jenna Harvey, Phoenix
Jill Mapstead, Phoenix
Joell Ireland, Scottsdale
JoJene Mills, Tucson
Judith Bailey, Phoenix
Judith Leonard, Tucson
Judy Nagle, Tucson
Judy Silberman, Scottsdale
Katherine Jacobson, Tucson
Kathryn Mitchell, Phoenix
Katie Hobbs, Phoenix
Lesli Surette, Phoenix
Linda Yoskowitz, Flagstaff
Lisa Palisano, Apache Junction
Manya Paul, Scottsdale
Maria Brinson-Sampson, Phoenix
Martha Mertz, Sedona
Mary Schnack, Sedona
Mattea Kramer, Prescott
Michele Oglesby, Prescott
Michelle Hernandez, Laveen
Nancy O'Connor, Tucson
Pam Grissom, Tucson
Pamela Sutherland, Tucson
Sande Zeig, Tucson
Sandra Del Tiempo, Cave Creek
Sheila Tobias, Tucson
Stephanie Sheredy, Surprise
Sue Tucker, Tucson
List in formationů
 
 
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