Hillary Rodham Clinton-Organization, New Hampshire
updated March 3, 2008

Headquarters: 34 Fir Street, Manchester

(launched May 2, 2007; May 3 grab)
Co-Chair NH Speaker of the House Terie Norelli
(announced Aug. 1, 2007)  Prior to being elected to the New Hampshire House, Norelli was a high school mathematics teacher at Winnacunnet High School in Hampton.  She attended the Fourth World Conference on Women in Beijing, China in 1995, and helped to organize follow-up conferences in New Hampshire in 1996 and 2000, and has served as Chair of the NARAL-NH PAC Board of Directors.
Co-Chair Kathy Sullivan
(announced Oct. 15, 2007)  Managing partner of the New Hampshire law firm Wadleigh, Starr and Peters.  Also serves as President of the Mary Gale Foundation.  Chaired the New Hampshire Democratic Party from 1999-2007, making her the longest serving chair in the state party’s history.  J.D. from Cornell University, 1981.  Undergraduate at Georgetown University, College of the Holy Cross.  Born in Manchester, NH.

Bill Shaheen stepped down as Co-Chair on Dec. 13, 2007.
State Director Nick Clemons
(first reported by Hotline's Marc Ambinder on Feb. 8, 2007)  Came to the campaign from his position as executive director of the New Hampshire Democratic Party.  New Hampshire state director for Kerry-Edwards '04.  Field director on Kerry's New Hampshire primary campaign starting on Jan. 27, 2003 through to the primary; he then 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.
Deputy State Director Abbe Ross
Previously deputy executive director at the New Hampshire Democratic Party; started there as director of operations for the 2004 general election campaign.  Deputy director of the NH Senate Democratic Caucus from Feb. to July 2004.  In the 2004 NH primary campaign, Ross served as office manager for Clark for President, and earlier for Graham for President (Aug.-Oct. 2003).  Voter file manager and intern coordinator at the NHDP.  Graduated from Rivier College in Nashua, May 2003.


Political Director Sarah Nolan
(announced March 8, 2007; started March 10)  Finance director on Gov. John Lynch’s 2006 re-election campaign, then directed his inauguration.  Organized Nashua for the New Hampshire Democratic Party during the 2004 general election, and the Seacoast area for Howard Dean's primary campaign.  Nolan has also managed a motel in Rye, NH and worked in real estate.  M.A. in art history and modern history from the University of St Andrews in Scotland.
Deputy Political Director Alex Posorske
Ran Charlie Brown's 2006 campaign for Congress against U.S. Rep. John Doolittle in California's 4th CD.  Field organizer in Virginia Beach on the 2005 Virginia Coordinated Campaign.  Field organizer in Spokane, Washington on U.S. Sen. Patty Murray's 2004 campaign.  Worked on the 2002 Illinois Coordinated Campaign in the redrawn 19th CD, where U.S. Rep. Dave Phelps (D) lost to U.S. Rep. John Shimkus (R).  B.A. in journalism from Webster University in St. Louis, 2000.
Deputy Political Director Rachel Lyons
(started June 2007)  For the last 3 years, Lyons was director of the American Arts Alliance-a Washington, DC-based performing arts advocacy organization.  Prior to that Lyons managed voter education activities for Planned Parenthood, organized voters for NARAL Pro-Choice America in Missouri and worked for the NEA PAC.  B.A. in political science from the University of Colorado at Boulder and an M.A. in philosophy and social policy from The George Washington University.
Deputy Political Director Colin Pio
(announced March 8, 2007 as political assistant)  Senior at St. Anselm College in Manchester.  Finance assistant on Gov. John Lynch’s 2006 re-election campaign and helped organize the Governor’s Inaugural Ball in January 2007.  Pio was an active college volunteer for Howard Dean’s presidential campaign in 2003.
Deputy Political Director Carson Smith
Former school administrator and teacher in NH.  Member of Portsmouth School Board.  B.A. in Government from Connecticut College, M.P.A. from University of New Hampshire and M.A. from Columbia University.


Field Director Tracey Lewis
Campaign manager for Massachusetts Democrats' Victory ‘06 Coordinated Campaign.  Deputy director of Sen. John Kerry's leadership committee, Keeping America's Promise.  In Fall 2004 she served as base vote director on Florida Victory 2004; earlier she did credentialling at the Democratic National Convention for the Kerry campaign, and served as deputy director of advance on the Kerry campaign.
Deputy Field Director, CD 1 Johanna Voss
Voss came to the campaign from her position as field director of the New Hampshire Democratic Party.  In Fall 2004 she served as Northern GOTV director on the New Mexico Democratic Coordinated Campaign after working on the campaign in Arizona.  Volunteer coordinator at the Democratic National Convention in Boston.  Field organizer on John Kerry for President's NH primary campaign first in Concord, then in Manchester.  Worked for a year and a half for the Oregon Student Public Interest Research Group as a campus organizer at the University of Oregon in Eugene.  Graduate of the College of the Holy Cross in Worcester, MA with a degree in Environmental Studies and Spanish, 2001.
Deputy Field Director, CD 2 Geoff Wetrosky
State field director for 2006 Massachusetts Democratic Coordinated Campaign.  Campaign manager for Manchester Mayor Bob Baines' unsuccessful 2005 re-election campaign (position paid for by Sen. John Kerry's leadership PAC).  Regional field director for Southwest Florida/the Gulf Coast for Kerry-Edwards in 2004.  Field director on Stephanie Herseth's winning campaign in the June 2004 special election for Congress in South Dakota's At Large district.  Field organizer on Sen. Tim Johnson's 2002 Senate race.  Graduate of Augustana College in Sioux Falls, SD.

Regional Field Directors
As of Nov. 5, 2007 14 field offices in addition to main office in Manchester.
Mike Firestone - In 2006, worked for the Deval Patrick campaign and served as deputy field director for the Massachusetts Coordinated Campaign.  In 2004, worked for Senator John Kerry's office at the Democratic National Convention and then worked in Florida for the General Election.  Field organizer for Gov. Jeanne Shaheen's race for U.S. Senate in 2002.  Graduated from Harvard College in 2005.

Berlin - 83 Main Street, Berlin, NH 03570  Phone: 603-326-6184

Nick Black - Most recently served as government affairs coordinator for FASA, Inc.  Worked in Development Cooperation at the International Labor Organization in Geneva, Switzerland.  Field organizer for Kerry/Edwards ’04 in Northwest Ohio.  2004 graduate of the University of Kansas.

Claremont - 24 Opera House Square, 2nd Floor, 2W1-2W4a, Claremont, NH 03743  Phone: 603-768-1713

Concord - 24 Hammond Street, Concord, NH 03301  Phone: 603-782-4640

Corrine Roller - Regional field director for SW Washington on Sen. Maria Cantwell's successful re-election in 2006.  Field organizer in Richmond, VA for Tim Kaine's successful gubernatorial campaign in 2005.  2004 Graduate of Randolph-Macon College in Virginia.

Conway   Phone: 603-965-2442

Lach Litwer - Recently returned from a National Guard tour of Afghanistan as an embedded tactical trainer with the Afghan Army.  Finance coordinator for Sen. Ron Wyden (D-OR)'s successful 2004 re-election campaign.  Graduated in 2004 from University of Oregon with a B.S. in psychology.  Served in Americorps N.C.C.C., 1998-99.

Dover - 11 Chestnut Street, Dover, NH 03820   Phone: 603-782-4640

Jonathan Drobis - Came to the campaign from the office of Congresswoman Doris Matsui (CA-05) where he was a legislative assistant.  Managed election protection program for the New Mexico Democratic Party for the 2006 midterm elections.  Deputy press secretary for the 2004 New Mexico coordinated campaign.  Before that, Drobis worked on the public affairs team at Hill & Knowlton in Washington, DC.  Graduated from Duke University with a degree in public policy.

Keene - 180 Emerald Street, Suite 215-219, Keene, NH 03431  Phone: 603-499-4735

Jared Rosen - Deputy field director on Gov. Ted Kulongoski’s re-election campaign in Oregon during the 2006 cycle.  In 2005 was a Richmond field organizer on Tim Kaine's successful gubernatorial campaign in Virginia.  An Anchorage field organizer for Tony Knowles' U.S. Senate race in Alaska in 2004.  2004 graduate of Hobart College in Geneva, NY.

Laconia - 549 Main Street, Laconia, NH 03246  Phone: 603-276-3438

Matt Tepper - Before joining the campaign, Tepper was a public school teacher at Intermediate School 339 in the Bronx, where he served as a Team Leader in the 7th grade, coordinated the iTeachiLearn Laptop Program, and taught sixth and seventh grade language arts.  Tepper entered teaching through Teach For America in 2004.  Graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill with a degree in political science.

Lebanon - 45 Hanover Street, Lebanon, NH 03766  Phone: 603-276-3933

Lorna Kurdi - Regional field director for Greater St. Louis (St. Peters, High Ridge, Union) on Project Victory 2006, the coordinated campaign effort of the Missouri Democratic Party.  Statewide field director for the Cable Choice legislation campaign in New Jersey, 2006.  South Jersey paid canvass director for Victory 2005, the New Jersey coordinated campaign.  Non-partisan voter registration deputy canvass director for Voting Is Power in 2004 in St Louis.

Nashua - 23 Elm Street, Unit A, Nashua, NH 03060   Phone: 603-294-4746

Saul Shemesh -  Worked in legislative affairs and communications at the New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission.  Regional field director for Victory 2005, the NJ Democratic Coordinated Campaign. Worked for New Jersey Governors James McGreevey and Richard Codey in scheduling, advance, and intergovernmental affairs.  Worked on Victory 2001 Democratic Coordinated Campaign in New Jersey and on various local and county races.

Peterborough - 174 Concord Street, Suite 210-220, Peterborough, NH 03458

Plymouth - 42 Main Street, Plymouth, NH 03264  Phone: 603-685-3754

Nick Black - see above

Portsmouth - 30 Mirona Road Extension, Portsmouth, NH 03801  Phone: 603-294-4411

Taryn Vogel - Regional field director in Billings, Montana for Jon Tester's U.S. Senate campaign in 2006.  Field organizer in Virginia Beach, Virginia on Tim Kaine's gubernatorial campaign in 2005.  Field staff on Congresswoman Marcy Kaptur's 2004 re-election campaign in Toledo, OH.  2004 graduate of Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles.

Rochester -  28 N. Main Street, Rochester, NH 03867  Phone: 603-965-2451

Salem/Londonderry - 15 Ermer Road, Unit 101, Salem, NH 03079 (Opening Soon)

Katie Sullivan - Before joining the campaign, Sullivan served in Gov. Deval Patrick's administration as deputy policy director in the Office of the Special Advisor on Education. Statewide canvass coordinator for the Deval Patrick-Tim Murray campaign.  Graduated from Harvard College in June 2006.


Director of Online Organizing Sarah Foy
(announced March 8, 2007)  Internet consultant to Sen. John Kerry’s PAC, Keeping America’s Promise.  Assistant to the General Election Campaign Manager with the DNC in 2004.  Worked as a project manager with the national youth service organization CityYear, Inc.  2001 Dartmouth graduate.


Communications Director Kathleen Strand
(announced Feb. 22, 2007; started March 12)  Communications director for the New Hampshire Democratic Party in the 2006 cycle.  Communications manager of the Illinois Department of Healthcare and Family Services under Gov. Rod R. Blagojevich.  Press secretary for the 2004 New Hampshire Democratic coordinated campaign.  Deputy press secretary on Congressman Richard Gephardt’s 2004 Iowa caucus campaign.  Bachelor’s degree in journalism from the University of Missouri-Columbia.  Grew up in Chicago, IL.
Deputy Press Secretary Emily Cain
(announced Nov. 9, 2007)  More than two years of experience working for Sen. Clinton in her Washington Senate office; she served as both staff assistant and communications assistant, helping to craft and communicate the senator’s message on a daily basis. Cain volunteered on the Senator’s 2006 re-elect campaign and helped to organize the final GOTV effort in Central New York.
Deputy Press Secretary Carly Lindauer
Came to the campaign from Rabinowitz/Dorf Communications.  Served as the Public Policy Fellow for the Jewish Council for Public Affairs (JCPA).  B.S. in communications from Boston University's College of Communication, 2004.  Lindauer has also served as a communication intern for the Department of Women in New South Wales, Australia.


Scheduler Katie List
Most recently Information Officer for the New Hampshire House of Representatives.  Deputy Press Secretary for the New Hampshire Democratic Party in the 2006 cycle.  Press Assistant for the 2004 Democratic Coordinated Campaign in Iowa.  B.A. in Journalism from Iowa State University.
Surrogate Scheduler Danielle Langone
(announced Nov. 9, 2007)  Communications associate for the Council of State Governments Justice Center.  Press secretary for Congressman Peter DeFazio (OR-04). Deputy communications director for the Lois Murphy for Congress (PA-06) campaign in 2004.
Senior Advisor Liz Purdy
(reported by the Union Leader's John DiStaso on Jan. 26, 2007)  COO of Gov. John Lynch's transition team following his election in 2004.  Finance director and briefly interim executive director for the New Hampshire Democratic Party.  Deputy campaign manager for Jeanne Shaheen’s 2002 U.S. Senate campaign.  Fundraising director for Gov. Jeanne Shaheen’s 2000 re-election campaign.  Field director on Joe Keefe's 1996 congressional campaign.  B.A. in political science from the UNH, 1996, and M.B.A. from UNH, 2004.  (Purdy is married to Mike Vlacich who served as deputy chief of staff to Gov. Lynch in his first term, directed the his re-election campaign and is now director of the NH Division of Economic Development).

Chair, NH Veterans for Hillary - Bob Hannan (announced May 24, 2007)
Veterans' Service Officer for 25 years at the Manchester Regional Veterans' Affairs Office.

Chair, NH Military Families for Hillary - Eleanor Glynn Kjellman (announced May 24, 2007)
State Representative from Henniker; former Air Force Officer whose son served in Iraq.

Co-Chair, Environmental Leaders for Hillary - Alice Chamberlin (announced July 25, 2007)
From Warner.  Special policy advisor to Gov. John Lynch on environment, energy and transportation starting in 2004.  Chairman of the Nature Conservancy of New Hampshire, 2003-04.  Commissioner to the International Joint Commission from 1994-2001.  Executive director of the Environmental Law Council at Franklin Pierce Law Center; an adjunct, part-time faculty member of the School of Environmental Studies at Antioch Graduate School.  An environmental policy assistant to NH Gov. Hugh Gallen in the early 1980s.  Undergraduate degree from the State University of New York in Purchase in 1974; law degree from Franklin Pierce Law Center in 1978.
Environmental Leaders for Hillary (announced August 21, 2007)
• State Representative Peter Allen - Former State Senator and retired State Research Forester, Member of the Environment and Agriculture Committee
• Bob Backus – Attorney, 2006 State Senate Candidate, Board Member Conservation Law Foundation, Manchester, NH
• Nick Cohen –  New Hampshire Sierra Club Board Member, Plainfield, NH
• Joyce El Kouarti – Environmental Activist, Dover, NH
• State Representative Tom Fargo –Former Chair of Strafford County Planning      Commission, Dover, NH
• Sandy Gavutis – Environmental Activist, Kensington, NH
• Bob Larsen – Board Member, The Nature Conservancy, Concord, NH
• Martha West Lyman – Carbon Coalition Board Member (Individual not organization), Manchester, NH
• Patricia Schlesinger – Board Member, New Hampshire Rivers Council, New Hampton, NH
• Craig  Welch – Chair of the Board for New Hampshire Land and Community Heritage Investment Program (LCHIP), Durham, NH
 • Rawson Wood – Former Board Member of Squam Lakes Association, NH Audubon Society and National Audubon Society, Center Harbor, NH

Co-Chair, Education Leaders for Hillary - Karen McDonough (announced July 26, 2007)
Immediate past president of NEA-NH; served as president for last eight years into 2007, and as vice president for the eight years prior to that.  McDonough was a teacher in New Hampshire for 23 years, including 15 years as an English teacher at Mascenic Regional High School.

Hispanic Leadership Council (announced August 16, 2007)
• Michael Atkins – Lyndeborough, Governor’s Commission on Latino Affairs
• Carmen Beltran, Manchester, Board of Directors at the Latino Center in Manchester
• Zelma Ximena Echeverria – International Business Faculty at Southern New Hampshire University
• Iris Lopez, Manchester, works at Southern New Hampshire Services
• Nury Marquez – Manchester, corporate community relations manager at Public Service Company of New Hampshire
• Leticia Ortiz – Bedford, Governor’s Commission on Latino Affairs, works at Southern New Hampshire Services where she focuses on voter rights for immigrants
• Lillye Ramos-Spooner, Epsom, Commission on the Status of Women, Governor’s Commission on Latino Affairs
• Ismael Riquelme, Franklin, Vice President of Latinos Unidos de New Hampshire
• Sara Varela – Manchester, Governor’s Commission on Latino Affairs
• Maria Walen, Manchester, Southern New Hampshire Services

Senior Leadership Council (announced September 10, 2007)
• former President the New Hampshire Association for the Elderly John Hoar of Concord
• Mary Louise Hancock, 87, of Concord a former five-term state senator who President Jimmy Carter appointed to serve as a liaison between the Department of Housing and Urban Development for New England in 1979
• Bill Cashin of Manchester who served as an Alderman for 32 years and secured funding for the William B. Cashin Senior Center in Manchester
• third term State Representative Angie Kopka, 91, of Nashua
• longtime Democratic activist and Democratic National Committeewoman Anita Freedman of Portsmouth
• former member of the White House Council on Aging Dr. Steve Gorin of Canterbury
• former member of the Grafton County Senior Citizens Council Marion Copenhaven of Hanover

Granite State Health Corps (announced September 18, 2007)
leaders in the healthcare community

Nurses Leadership Committee (announced September 24, 2007)
Over 120 Granite State nurses

Three Hundred and Thirty Three Grassroots Activists (announced October 12, 2007)

352 Students Leaders for Hillary (announced November 1, 2007)

Over 300 Educators for Hillary (announced November 7, 2007)
250 More Educators, including New Hampshire Commissioner of Education Dr. Lyonel Tracy (announced November 15, 2007)

Over 500 Veterans and Military Retirees for Hillary (announced November 13, 2007)

State Legislators
Endorsed by 58 state legislators as of Nov. 5, 2007:
Senate President Sylvia Larsen (Concord)  (May 15, 2007)
Sen. Lou D'Allesandro (Manchester)  (Nov. 2, 2007)  +
Sen. Betsi DeVries (South Manchester) (April 23, 2007)
Sen. Iris Estabrook (Durham) (Oct. 9, 2007)
Sen. Maggie Wood Hassan (Exeter)  (Sept. 17, 2007)
Sen. Molly Kelly (Keene)  (June 28, 2007)
Sen. Deb Reynolds (Plymouth)  (May 23, 2007)
Sen. Kathy Sgambati (Tilton)  (Sept. 17, 2007)

Speaker of the House Terie Norelli (Portsmouth)  (Aug. 1, 2007)
Majority Leader Mary Jane Wallner (Concord)  (March 5, 2007)
Assistant House Majority Leader Bette Lasky (Nashua)  (March 20, 2007)

Peter H. Allen (Harrisville)
Susan Beauchesne (Allenstown) (June 28, 2007)
Catriona Beck (Bennington)  (April 19, 2007)
Bernie Benn (Hanover) (June 21, 2007)
Roger Berube (Somersworth)  (June 28, 2007)
Thomas Buco (Conway) (Nov. 5, 2007)
Delmar Burridge (Keene) (April 5, 2007)
Jane Clemons (Nashua)  (April 5, 2007)
David Cote (Nashua)  (April 5, 2007)
Peter Cote (Nashua)

James Cyr (Strafford) (April 19, 2007)
John DeJoie (Concord)
Carol Estes (Plymouth)
Tom Fargo (Dover)  (June 28, 2007)
Carol Friedrich (Wentworth)  (April 5, 2007)
Raymond Gagnon (Claremont)
Anne Grassie (Rochester) (June 28, 2007)
Paul Hackel (Nashua)  (week of July 23-27)
Jill Shaffer Hammond (Peterborough) (April 5, 2007)
Roger Hebert (Manchester)

Roland Hofemann (Dover)
Doreen Howard (Newmarket)
Jean Jeudy (Manchester)
Steve Johnson (Manchester)
Eleanor Kjellman (Henniker)  (April 19, 2007)
Angeline Kopka (Nashua)  (April 5, 2007)
Gus Lerandeau (Keene)  (April 5, 2007)
Melanie Levesque (Brookline)
Anthony Matarazzo (Nashua)  (April 5, 2007)
Tom McGuirck (Hampton)  (June 28, 2007)

Martha McLeod (Franconia)  (March 14, 2007)
Ricia McMahon (North Sutton)
Edgar Mears (Berlin)
Lori Movsesian (Nashua) (April 19, 2007)
David Pierce (Etna)  (week of July 23-27)
Michael Reuschel (Manchester)
Deanna Rollo (Rollinsford)
Michael Rollo (Rollinsford)
Trinka Russell (Stratham)  (April 5, 2007)
Barbara Shaw (Manchester) (April 19, 2007)

Jim Splaine (Portsmouth)
Mary Sysyn (Manchester)  (April 19, 2007)
Hector Velez (Manchester)
Janet Wall (Madbury) (April 19, 2007)
Mary Jane Wallner (Concord)
Deborah Wheeler (Northfield) (April 19, 2007)
Jane Wood (Laconia)

State Rep. Bill Hatch (Berlin)  (Jan. 6, 2008; previously supported Biden)
State Rep. Jim Webber (Kensington)  (Jan. 6, 2008; previously supported Biden)

-NEA-NH, the largest union in NH with 16,000 members (Dec. 6, 2007)

-New Hampshire First Lady Dr. Susan Lynch (Nov. 26, 2007; named a national co-chair)

-New Hampshire Young Democrats President Gray Chynoweth  (Nov. 16, 2007) +

-250 More Educators, including New Hampshire Commissioner of Education Dr. Lyonel Tracy  (Nov. 15, 2007)

-Over 500 Veterans and Military Retirees for Hillary (Nov. 13, 2007)

-Over 300 Educators for Hillary  (Nov. 7, 2007)

-Rep. Thomas Buco (Conway)  (Nov. 5, 2007)
-26 prominent local disability advocates (Nov. 5, 2007)

-Sen. Lou D'Allesandro (Manchester)  (Nov. 2, 2007)  +

-352 Students Leaders for Hillary (Nov. 1, 2007)

-Former NHDP chair Kathy Sullivan (Oct. 15, 2007)

-Three Hundred and Thirty Three Grassroots Activists (Oct. 12, 2007)

-State Senator Iris Estabrook (Durham)  (Oct. 9, 2007)

-Nurses Leadership Committee...over 120 Granite State nurses (Sept. 24, 2007)

-Granite State Health Corps...leaders in the healthcare community (Sept. 18, 2007)

-State Senators Kathy Sgambati (Tilton) and Maggie Wood Hassan (Exeter)  (Sept. 17, 2007)

-Senior Leadership Council ( Sept. 10, 2007)

-Dennis Adams - Director of marketing for the New England Plumbers and Pipefitters union and a New Hampshire AFL-CIO member.  Chair of the New Hampshire Youth Council.  Adams also served as the president and treasurer of the NH Building Trades Union for 13 years.  Resident of Deerfield.  (Sept. 7, 2007)

-Environmental Leaders for Hillary (Aug. 21, 2007)

-Hispanic Leadership Council...10 activists and community leaders  (Aug. 16, 2007)

-NH Speaker of the House Terie Norelli (Portsmouth)  (Aug. 1, 2007)

-State Representatives Paul Hackel of Nashua and David Pierce of Etna (week of July 23-27)

-Chris Pappas, Chair of the Manchester City Democrats and Hillsborough County Treasurer (July 5, 2007)

-Lillye Ramos Spooner of Epsom (Executive Director of the Greater Manchester AIDS Project) to serve on the campaign's National Hispanic Leadership Council and its Executive Committee (July 2, 2007)

-Senator Molly Kelly and five new state representatives (June 28, 2007) +

-Several Upper Valley leaders including State Representative Bernie Benn (June 21, 2007) +

-Roger Goun (Brentwood) - one of the co-founders of Democracy for New Hampshire (DFNH) (June 8, 2007) +

-Senate President Sylvia Larsen (May 15, 2007) +

-Over 500 New Hampshire Women.  Co-Chair of NH Women for Hillary is State Senator Betsi DeVries (April 23, 2007).

-8 more  New Hampshire State Representatives (April 19, 2007)
Catriona Beck (Bennington); James Cyr (Strafford); Eleanor Kjellman (Henniker); Lori Movsesian (Nashua); Barbara Shaw (Manchester); Mary Sysyn (Manchester); Janet Wall (Madbury); and Deborah Wheeler (Northfield).

-9 more New Hampshire State Representatives (April 5, 2007)
Delmar Burridge (Keene), Jane Clemons (Nashua), David Cote (Nashua), Carol Friedrich (Wentworth), Jill Shaffer Hammond (Peterborough), Angeline Kopka (Nashua), Gus Lerandeau (Keene), Anthony Matarazzo (Nashua), and Trinka Russell (Stratham).

-Assistant House Majority Leader Bette Lasky of Nashua and her husband Elliot (March 20, 2007)

-16 New Hampshire State Representatives (March 15, 2007) +

-State Rep. Martha McLeod (Franconia)  (March 14, 2007)

-Executive Councilor Debra Pignatelli (March 9, 2007)

-New Hampshire House of Representatives Majority Leader Mary Jane Wallner (Concord) (March 5, 2007)

reported by John DiStaso in Granite Status on March 8, 2007:
Manchester attorney John Kacavas
former Cheshire County Commissioner Greg Martin
health care expert Steve Gorin
attorney Michael Atkins of Nashua
attorney Steve Tober of Portsmouth

former Manchester Alderman Bill Cashin
attorney Chris Gallagher
attorney Nancy Richards-Stower
former Ambassador Terry Shumaker
state Rep. Ricia MacMahon
former state Sen. Mary Louise Hancock
Democratic National Committee members Anita Freedman and Gaetan DiGangi
former party vice chair Deb Crapo
Co-Chair Bill Shaheen
(announced March 20, 2007 at the Merrimack Restaurant; stepped down Dec. 13, 2007)  Founded and practices law at Shaheen & Gordon, a law firm with offices in Dover and Concord, and York, ME.  Shaheen served as chairman of John Kerry's 2004 NH primary campaign, chairman of Al Gore's 2000 NH primary campaign, and co-chairman of Jimmy Carter's 1976 NH primary campaign.  He oversaw wife Jeanne Shaheen's three campaigns for governor in 1996, 1998 and 2000.  In 2006 he co-chaired Carol Shea-Porter’s congressional campaign.  Shaheen served U.S. Attorney for New Hampshire, 1977-81 and as judge of the Durham District Court 1981-96.  J.D. from the University of Mississippi School of Law, 1973.  Commissioned as a second lieutenant in the U.S. Army and, within two years, attained the rank of Captain.  B.A. from the University of New Hampshire, 1965.  Born and raised in Dover, NH.
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