2005-06 Edition -updated
October 25, 2006.
Republican Congressional Committee
First Street, S.E | Washington, D.C. 20003
E X E C U T I V E
(elected Nov. 2002 def. Rep.
Jerry Weller (R-IL); unanimously re-elected in Nov. 2004)
||Congressman Tom Reynolds (NY)
Assistant to the Chairman
Previously Reynolds' congressional
chief of staff and his top aide when he was in the State Assembly and the
Erie County Legislature.
Assistant to the Executive Director
C A M P A I G N
(since April 2001) Previously
NRCC deputy political director during the 2000 cycle and NRCC southern
field representative in 1998 cycle. Managed state legislative races
in Virginia and Texas. Deputy political director for the Colorado
Republican Party. B.B.A. from Baylor University, 1991.
to the Political Director
Started at the NRCC as a field
representative in 2001. Worked on Capitol Hill for the Committee
on House Administration. Experience on many campaigns including the
congressional races of Shelly Moore Capito (WV) in 2000 and Rep. Bob Ney
(OH) in 1998. Attended Ohio University. Native of Ohio.
|National Field Director
Communications director for
the Virginia Republican Party starting in early 2005. Campaign manager
for Kevin Triplett's 2004 campaign against Congressman Rick Boucher (D)
in VA 9th CD.
Political director for the Virginia
Republican Party starting in early 2005. Managed former state Rep. John
Swallow's 2004 campaign against Congressman Jim Matheson (D) in Utah.
Previously legislative assistant
to Rep. Geoff Davis (KY-4).
of Incumbent Retention
|Incumbent Retention Coordinator
R E S E A R C H
|Deputy Research Director
C O M M U N I C A T I O N S
(joined the NRCC in May 1999
as deputy communications director) Prior to joining the NRCC, Forti
served as the director of political media operations for Wilson Grand Communications,
a Republican media/general consulting firm. Working at Wilson Grand
for five years, he was responsible for all facets of media planning, including
writing, directing, production management, producing and editing as well
as developing campaign and fundraising plans. Originally from Rochester,
Experience includes communications
director for the American International Automobile Dealers Association.
Previously press secretary to
Rep. Patrick McHenry (R-NC). Director of communications for Americans
for Tax Reform (Grover Norquist). Worked at USA Today. Master's
in public affairs from Rutgers University. Undergraduate degree from
the University of Oregon. From Jacksonville, OR.
|Deputy Press Director
|Deputy Press Director
TV and Radio
||Mary Sarah Kinner
F I N A N C E
Vice President of Community
and Government Relations for the Lower Manhattan Development Corporation,
announced Feb. 2002. Senior Program Associate in the New York Office
of State Operations, serving as a policy advisor to Governor Pataki and
senior staff members. MBA, Lally School of Management and Technology,
Rensselaer, 1998. BS in Marketing Communications from the Fashion
Institute of Technology.
to the Finance Director
|Deputy Finance Director
||Mary Ann Paugh
of Direct Response Programs
of Telemarketing Programs
of Finance Events
of Speaker's Circle Program
Director of Speaker's Circle Program
A C C O U N T I N G
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