Rudy Giuliani-Organization, Michigan
updated November 16, 2007

RUDY GIULIANI PRESIDENTIAL EXPLORATORY COMMITTEE, INC.  [Filed papers with New York State on Nov. 10, 2006 and with the FEC on Nov. 20, 2006]

Headquarters: Bloomfield Hills
Chair U.S. Rep. Candice Miller (MI-10)
(endorsement announced Feb. 8, 2007 +)  First elected to Congress in Nov. 2002.  Served two terms as Michigan’s Secretary of State from 1994-2002.  Elected to the Harrison Township Board of Trustees in 1979; elected Harrison Township Supervisor in 1980 and served 12 years.  Worked for her family’s marina business on the Clinton River.  Lifelong resident of Macomb County.
Political Director Lynn Aronoff
(announced Sept. 21, 2007)  Aronoff, of Royal Oak, is CEO and president of the consulting firm Action Strategies.  Regional coalitions director for the DeVos for Governor campaign in 2006.  In 2004 she was campaign manager for Myrah Kirkwood’s congressional campaign in Michigan's 5th CD (Genesee, Tuscola, and portions of Saginaw and Bay Counties).  She has previously directed the state’s largest GOP conference – the Mackinac Republican Leadership Conference.  Aronoff worked in the administration of Gov. John Engler as representative and spokesperson in Southeastern Michigan.  She has also worked as an account executive at Dickerson-Govan Management, Inc.  Graduate of the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor.

>On Oct. 8, 2007, in advance of the Republican presidential debate in Dearborn, the campaign announced endorsements of "nearly 40 elected officials, First Responders, Republican community leaders and others."

Bill Axtell, Former Executive Director, Ferndale Chamber of Commerce

Donald Barrows, Precinct Delegate, Traverse City

Garry Biniecki, Under Sheriff, Sanilac County Sheriff's office

Jeff Bohm, County Commissioner, St. Clair County

Don Brown, County Commissioner, Macomb

Mike Cicchella, Supervisor, Northfield Township

Ron Cischke, Township Supervisor, Goodland Township

Dawn Cubitt, 9-1-1 Coordinator, Sanilac County Central Dispatcher

Harold Donaghy, Road Commissioner, Sanilac County

Teresa Folino, Former Vice Chair, 13th District

John Gabor, Deputy Treasurer, Harrison Township

William Gray, Director, Sanilac County Drug Task Force

Todd Hillman, Emergency Management Director, Sanilac County

Jim Hood, Executive Committee, Washtenaw County

Donald Hunt, Vice Chair, Sanilac County Board of Commissioners

C. Ian Kempf, County Commissioner, Lapeer County

Joi Kempf, Precinct Delegate, Lapeer County

Catherine Knoerr, Deputy Superviser, Custer Township

Byron Konschuh, Prosecuting Attorney, Lapeer County

Laura Lorenzo, Former City Council, City of Novi

John Merriman, Commissioner, Sanilac County

William Morelli, City Council, City of Fraser

Linda Pedrick, District Delegate, 15th District

Alicia Ping, City Council, City of Saline

David Potts, County Commissioner, Oakland County

Angelique Rea, Vice Chair, 13th Congressional District

Donald Redman, Mayor, Marlette

Michael Rice, Township Trustee, Harrison Township

John Schlaack, Treasurer, Lapeer County GOP

Peter Simmons, Executive Committee, Washtenaw County

Virgil Strickler, Sheriff, Sanilac County

David Taylor, Chairman County Commission, Lapeer County

Jeff VanderArk, Former District Delegate, 6th District

Judy Vincent, District 7 County Commissioner, Sanilac County

Darrin York, Treasurer, Harrison Township

Mark Zacks, President, Southfield Police Officers Association

>On Nov. 15, 2007 the campaign announced the endorsement of Patrick L. Anderson
Founder and CEO of Anderson Economic Group LLC, a consulting firm specializing in economics and public policy, with offices in Michigan, Illinois and Texas. He is the author of the book Business Economics & Finance and the executive editor of the State Economic Handbook.  Prior to founding Anderson Economic Group, Anderson was the Deputy Budget Director for the State of Michigan under Gov. John Engler and Chief of Staff for the Michigan Department of State.

>On March 16, 2007 the Rudy Giuliani Presidential Exploratory Committee announced the the Police Officers Association of Michigan (POAM) has endorsed Mayor Rudy Giuliani for president.

PRESS RELEASE from Rudy Giuliani Presidential Exploratory Committee, Inc.
Police Officers Association of Michigan Endorses Mayor Giuliani for President

New York, Mar 16 -

In a sign of continuing support from America’s first responders, the Rudy Giuliani Exploratory Committee today announced the Police Officers Association of
Michigan (POAM) has endorsed Mayor Rudy Giuliani to be the next President of the United States.

“Under Mayor Rudy Giuliani’s leadership, New York’s police force increased by thousands of officers, crime was cut in half and the number of murders was
reduced by two-thirds, spurring a renaissance across the city,” said James Tignanelli, President of POAM.

James Tignanelli continued, “The leadership Rudy showed after September 11th only further proves that he is the right man for the job, and I am proud to give him
our endorsement to be the next President of the United States.”
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