HUCKABEE FOR PRESIDENT
ELECTION COMMITTEE, INC. (Sept.
HUCKABEE FOR PRESIDENT EXPLORATORY COMMITTEE (formed Jan. 29, 2007)
HOPE FOR AMERICA PAC (2006 cycle)
Headquarters: Ground floor of the Des Moines Building, 405 Sixth Avenue, Des Moines (corner of Sixth Avenue and Locust St) announced June 5, 2007 roughly 1,600 square feet in Nov. 2007 the campaign expanded to an upper floor, roughly doubling its space
|Chairman||Bob Vander Plaats|
|Co-Chairman||former Rep. Danny Carroll|
|Campaign Manager||Eric Woolson|
|Political Director||Wes Enos|
|Organizational Director||Trainor Walsh|
Carter Wamp - initially national
|Director of Coalitions||Matt Reisetter|
Legislators for Huckabee Advisory Committee
Oct. 3, 2007)
State Sen. David Hartsuch, R-Bettendorf (endorsement announced Sept. 13, 2007)
State Rep. Carmine Boal, R-Ankeny
State Rep. Dwayne Alons, R-Hull
Iowa Pastors Coalition (announced Dec. 4, 2007)
affiliations for identification purposes only
Chuck Hurley - (announced Dec. 4, 2007) An original member of the Iowans for Brownback Leadership Committee President of the Iowa Family Policy Center. Former state representative (represented Fayette County and surrounding from 1991-96). Classmate of Brownback's at University of Kansas law school and at Kansas State Univ. where both studied agriculture.
Luana Stoltenberg - (announced Dec. 4, 2007) Davenport pro-life activist. Stoltenberg has been involved with Crisis Pregnancy Center in the Quad Cities, has been a board member and spokesperson for the Life and Family Coalition, and is is active in Operation Outcry: Silent No More. She is a former supporter of Sen. Sam Brownback’s presidential effort.
Rev. Brad Sherman - (announced May 11, 2007) Pastor and founder (1981) of the Solid Rock Christian Church in Coralville. Board member of the Iowa Christian Alliance. Author of several books. He also is the founder of Purpose Ministries, which focuses on current world view issues of purpose. In addition, Sherman serves as a board member of Miracle Life Ministries. He and his wife have been married for more than 30 years and have four children.
Scott Spray - (announced
May 11, 2007) Board member of the Iowa Christian Alliance since 2002.
He was awarded Christian Coalition of Iowa “Friend of the Family” award
in 2001. A graduate of the University of Northern Iowa, Spray is
the general sales manager for CompUSA in Clive. A veteran of grassroots
political efforts in Iowa, he is a past member of the Black Hawk County
GOP Central Committee and a current member of the Polk County GOP Central
Committee Scott and his wife, Debbie, have three daughters.
Co-Chairs-Bob and Loretta Parker of Story City (announced May 8, 2007)
Bob Parker’s ancestors came to Iowa as pioneer farmers before the Civil War. He has been a manufacturing manager, merchant, instructor in the Iowa State University College of Business and a small business consultant for 20 years. He was assistant director of the Iowa Small Business Development Center for 12 years. Bob is also a former chair of the Story City Chamber of Commerce and was the founding president of the Story City Kiwanis Club and a Kiwanis lieutenant governor.
Loretta Parker has operated the family retail business and served in a marketing role for two local businesses. She and Bob served as co-chairs of the Scandinavian Days celebration. She was chair of the Story City United Fund drive and has been active in several other community fund-raising projects. The Parkers have lived in Story City for 34 years. They are active members of Grace United Methodist Church.
Cerro Gordo County
Sue and Roger Poole
July 2007 Photo Courtesy Vincent R. Harris/Mike Huckabee for President
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