revised May 9, 2008
HILLARY CLINTON FOR PRESIDENT
Headquarters: 1055 Tropicana Ave. #425 & #530, Las Vegas, NV 89119
...a bit over 4,000 square feet
...National Chair Terry McAuliffe, Nevada Chair Rory Reid hosted grand opening on May 7, 2007.
|Chair (and a Senior Advisor on Western issues)||Clark County Commission Chairman Rory Reid|
|State Director||Robby Mook|
|Political Director for Northern Nevada||Pam duPre’|
|Political Director for Southern Nevada||Alisa Nave|
|Field Director||Marlon Marshall|
|Deputy Field Director||Brian DiMarzio|
Field Offices [PHOTOS]
Northern Nevada: 1475 Terminal Way, Suite B, Reno, NV 89502 (corner of Terminal and Villanova, next to the Democratic Party headquarters)
opened Aug. 27, 2007; expanded from initial space in Suite A2 in the same complex...National Deputy Campaign Manager Bob Nash, Northern Nevada Chair Frankie Sue Del Papa hosted grand opening of that space on June 2, 2007.
N. Highway 160, Suite 200, Pahrump, NV
...National Chair Terry McAuliffe and state chair Rory Reid hosted grand opening on Aug. 19, 2007.
Fifth Street, Elko, Nevada, 89801 775-738-8007
...announced Nov. 14, 2007; grand opening celebration with Terry McAuliffe on Dec. 7, 2007.
Regional Field Directors
|Las Vegas - south, Henderson and Boulder City||Dan DeBauche|
|Summerlin & Western Las Vegas region||Ryan Donohue|
|Las Vegas region - central||Monica Perez|
|Las Vegas region - north, and North Las Vegas||Isaac Medrano|
|Reno/Washoe region||Chelsea Peterson|
|Northern rural||Wayne Archer|
|Southern rural||Victoria Ruan|
|Caucus Director||Mara Lee|
|Communications Director||Hilarie Grey|
|Deputy Communications Director||Ben Kobren
|Scheduling Director||Saskia Pallais|
|Technology & Operations Director||Dan Seals|
|Co-Chair||Clark County Commissioner Chris Giunchigliani|
|Northern Nevada Co-Chair||State Treasurer Kate Marshall|
|Co-Chair||UNLV President Emerita Carol Harter|
Hispanic Leadership Council (announced April
Nevada African-American Leadership Council (announced May 29, 2007)
Nevada Asian American and Pacific Islander Leadership Council (announced June 22, 2007)
Nevada Native American Leadership Council (announced July 18, 2007)
Nevada Women’s Leadership Council (announced July 24, 2007)
Nevada Health Care Leadership Council (announced Aug. 12, 2007)
Nevada Educators Leadership Council (announced Sept. 6, 2007)
Nevada Business Leadership Council (announced Nov. 13, 2007)
Nevada Nurses for Hillary (announced Nov. 14, 2007)
Nevada Students for Hillary (announced Nov. 16, 2007)
Nevada LGBT (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender) Leadership Council (announced Dec. 3, 2007)
Also, four Nevadans are members of
Veterans and Military Retirees for Hillary National Steering Committee
(announced May 25, 2007)
Chuck Fulkerson - Veteran, Two Vietnam Tours, NV Distinguished Service Medal. Founded Veterans Guest House, Served as E.D. of NV Office of Veterans Service.
Wayne Smith - Veteran, Air Force Master Sergeant. Southwest Asia Service Medal 1991 (Married in USAF over 18 years ago).
Val Smith - Veteran, Air Force Staff Sergeant, Member Disabled American Veterans. Southwest Asia Service Medal 1991 (Married in USAF over 18 years ago).
Phil Lisagor - Veteran,
Army Reserve, Two Tours in Iraq. Chief Surgeon.
former Nevada Governor Bob Miller (announced May 30, 2007) ...co-chair of the campaign's national Governors Council.
Governor from 1989-99, the longest serving governor in state history. Chair of the National Governors Association (1996-7) and of the Western Governors Association (1993-4). Currently a principal with Dutko Worldwide and operates its Las Vegas office; affiliated with Dutko since 2001 as a partner in Kaufman, Pattee, Branstad & Miller. Formerly a partner in the Las Vegas law firm of Jones Vargas, practicing legislation and government relations, international business law, resort development and gaming law. Nevada State Chair of Bill Clinton’s 1992 and 1996 presidential campaigns.
Senate Minority Leader Dina Titus
(announced June 12, 2007)
of “Women of the West.”
Democratic nominee for Governor in 2006. Has represented Senate District 7 in the Nevada Legislature since 1988, serving as the Democratic Minority Leader since 1992. Titus has taught American and Nevada government at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV), for the past 30 years. Democratic National Committeewoman for the State of Nevada. Bachelor's degree from William and Mary, Master's degree from the University of Georgia, and a Doctorate from Florida State University. Grew up in Tifton in rural Georgia. Author of “Bombs in the Backyard: Atomic Testing and American Politics” (University of Nevada Press, Revised Edition 2001) and “Battle Born: Federal-State Relations in Nevada During the Twentieth Century” (Kendall-Hunt, 1989).
Southern Nevada elected leaders
(announced July 5, 2007)
Ricki Barlow, Councilman, City of Las Vegas
Prior to his election as Las Vegas City Councilman this year, Barlow served as council liaison in the office of City Councilman Lawrence Weekly. Native Nevadan.
Dennis Keating, President, Nye County School District Board of Trustees
Has served on the Nye County School District Board of Trustees since 2003, and was elected president in 2007. He is a transportation supervisor for the Clark County Department of Aviation.
Stephanie Smith, Councilwoman, City of North Las Vegas
A former Nevada Assemblywoman, Stephanie Smith was first elected to the North Las Vegas City Council in 1997. She is a music educator in the Clark County School District.
Education leaders (announced
July 16, 2007)
Joyce Woodhouse - longtime Clark County School District official and current State Senator
Cedric Crear - Nevada System of Higher Education Regents
Thalia Dondero - Nevada System of Higher Education Regents
Debbie Cahill - Deputy Executive Director, Nevada State Education Association (NSEA)
former Nevada Congressman James
(announced Aug. 9, 2007)
Of Counsel at Kummer Kaempfer Bonner Renshaw & Ferrario since 1996. Elected to Congress in 1987 and served four terms. Nevada State Senator. B.A. in government and public administration from the American University, 1962; J.D. from the Washington College of Law in 1964. Nevada native.
Sparks City Councilman John Mayer
(announced Aug. 17, 2007)
Has served on the Sparks City Council, representing Ward 1, since June, 1991. Life-time resident of Sparks, Retired from the Washoe County School District after more than 30 years of service.
Northern Nevada elected leaders
(announced Aug. 17, 2007)
Elko City Councilman John Patrick Rice
Elected to the Elko City Council in June, 2007. Currently serves as Director of Institutional Advancement at Great Basin College; previously was a member of the Great Basin College faculty for eight years, teaching theatre arts.
Pershing County Commissioner Roger Mancebo
Currently serving his fourth term as chairman of the Pershing County Board of Commissioners. Mancebo also currently serves as chairman of the Nevada State Lands Commission, the Pershing County Hospital Board, and the Pershing County Regional Street Commission. A member of the Lovelock Fire Department for 42 years, Mancebo has also served on the Nevada Rural Housing Authority since 1988.
former Las Vegas Mayor Jan L. Jones
(announced Aug. 22, 2007)
Elected in 1991 and re-elected in 1995; served 8 years. Currently a senior executive at Harrah’s Entertainment.
Nevada Assemblyman William Horne
(announced Aug 31, 2007)
Represents District 34; first elected in 2002, and is currently the Assistant Majority Whip. Operates an independent law practice in southern Nevada. J.D. from the William S. Boyd School of Law at UNLV, 2001; bachelor’s degree in criminal justice from UNLV. Worked in the airline industry for 15 years.
Nevada Assembly Majority Leader John
Oceguera (announced Sept. 15, 2007)
Represents District 16 in southeast Las Vegas; first elected in 2000. Worked as a firefighter, paramedic, engineer, captain at the North Las Vegas Fire Department. B.S. in fire administration from Cogswell College, 1995; M.P.A. from UNLV, 1998; J.D. from William S. Boyd School of Law at UNLV, 2003.
Assemblywoman Kathy McClain
(announced Sept. 17, 2007)
Represents District 15 in Las Vegas; first elected 1998. M.P.A. from UNLV; B.S. in business administration from Regis College, Denver.
Assemblyman Morse Arberry
(announced Sept. 17, 2007)
Represents District 7 (Cheyenne area of Las Vegas); first elected in 1984. President and CEO of Canyon Lake Mortgage. A.A. from Central Arizona College. B.S. in engineering from Northern Arizona University; completing M.B.A. at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas.
Assemblyman Harry Mortenson
(announced Sept. 17, 2007)
Represents Assembly District 42 (Clark County; Spring Valley area of Las Vegas); first elected to the Nevada State Assembly in 1996. A nuclear physicist, he retired from Los Alamos National Laboratory to operate his own scientific consulting firm until he was elected to the Nevada Legislature.
Carson City Supervisor Robin
(announced Sept. 24, 2007)
Elected to be a Carson City Supervisor in Nov. 1998. Now serves as Chairman of the Carson City Redevelopment Agency. Has lived in Carson City since 1990.
Assemblywoman Susan Gerhardt (announced
Oct. 18, 2007)
First elected to the Nevada State Assembly in 2004; represents District 29 (Henderson). A former corrections officer with the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department. B.A. in criminal justice from UNLV. Former manager of a dental practice.
Assemblyman Ruben J. Kihuen (announced
Nov. 10, 2007; also named national Co-Chair of Hispanic Outreach)
Elected to serve the 11th Assembly District of Nevada in 2006. Regional representative for U.S. Sen. Harry Reid, 2005-06. Deputy field director and base vote director for the Nevada State Democratic Party in the 2004 cycle. He has worked as a field organizer for the Democratic National Committee for campaigns in Virginia, Florida and Texas. Bachelor's degree in education from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, 2004. Attended the Community College of Southern Nevada (CCSN) and served as a student recruiter. Born in Guadalajara, Mexico.
Washoe County Commissioner Kitty Jung
(announced Nov. 16, 2007)
The only Democrat on the five-member Washoe County Commission. Prior to being appointed District Three Commissioner, Jung served as She has over 10 years of government and community relations experience including community liaison for the City of Reno and business and community liaison for the Sierra Job Corps Center in Reno. She also has background as lecturer and instructor in psychology, including two years in the Liberal Arts and Public Service Division at Truckee Meadows Community College.
IATSE Stage Employees Local 720 in
Nov. 29, 2007)
Approximately 4,500 members and affiliated workers involved with the convention and trade show industry, theatrical productions and live entertainment events in southern Nevada; Hal Ritzer, president.
U.S. Rep. Shelley Berkley (announced Jan. 9, 2008)
and locals of unions
have endorsed Sen. Clinton:
BAC Local 13 Nevada Union of Bricklayers - 1,400 members; Carlos Aquin, president.
Nevada State Association of Letter Carriers - over 2,200 active and retired members; Mick Grizzle, president.
International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers (IAM) Local 845 - over 1,700 active and retired members; Richard Dishman, president and legislative director.
Nevada chapter of
United Transportation Union - represents over 800 active and
members; Jack Fetters, Nevada state legislative director.
11, 2007 Memorandum
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