2005-6 Edition --last updated
July 2, 2006
National Republican Senatorial Committee
2nd Street NE | Washington DC 20002
(elected Nov. 17, 2004, defeating
Sen. Norm Coleman by a vote of 28-27).
||Sen. Elizabeth Dole (NC)
(announced May 5, 2005)
Assistant Secretary for the Office of Policy Development and Research at
the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) where he advised
the Secretary on policies and programs (nominated Nov. 2003). Executive
Director of the President's Commission on the United States Postal Service.
Director of Black, Kelly, Scruggs & Healey, a government relations
firm. A Consultant for the Project on the Independent Counsel Statute
with the American Enterprise Institute. Both Counsel and Deputy Chief
of Staff to Senate Majority Leader Bob Dole. Policy Director for
Dole for President in 1996. Bachelor's and law degrees from Harvard
|Senior Advisor to the Chair
||Dennis C. Shea
2004 formed Fetzer Stephens Inc., a political consulting firm in Raleigh,
NC with former Raleigh mayor Tom Fetzer. Was Sen. Elizabeth Dole's
campaign manager in her successful 2002 campaign.
to Executive Director
Political Director at the Republican
National Committee in the 2004 cycle; announced Jan. 17, 2002. Previously
Deputy Chief of Staff at the RNC, overseeing the creation and expansion
of the Team Leader program and managing the 72-hour program. Director
of Coalitions for RNC Victory 2000. Partner at The Anderson
Group, a Republican political consulting firm, 1999-2000. Campaign
manager for Brian Palmer, the Republican candidate challenging Rep. David
Bonier in MI 10th CD, 1998. Coalitions director on Jim Gilmore's
successful gubernatorial campaign in Virginia, 1997. Chief of Staff
to RNC Co-Chairman Pat Harrison; she managed Harrison's 1997 campaign for
the position. On the Dole/Kemp campaign she worked in the political
division overseeing field operations, surrogates, and scheduling.
Regional Field Coordinator in the RNC Political Division, 1994-96.
Bachelor's degree from Vassar College.
|Campaign & Media Director
(announced June 10, 2005) Most
recently, a pollster for Fabrizio, McLaughlin and Associates.
During the 2000 cycle, LaCourse served as the Northeast Regional Director
for the NRCC.
|Northeast Regional Political
(announced June 10, 2005) Most
recently worked for the Senate Republican Conference as a Communications
Advisor. Ronayne also served as a Spokesman and Bracketing Director for
Bush-Cheney ’04 and was the Northeast Regional Press Secretary at the Republican
National Committee during the 2002 cycle
|Northeast Regional Press
(succeeded Nicole Sexton who
was finance director during the 2004 cycle and continued for the first
six months of 2005) In 2003 Bond formed Catignani & Bond, a fundraising
firm, with former NRSC Finance Director Linus Catignani. Development
Director for the NRSC, heading the Major Donor program under Chairman Bill
Frist, during the 2002 cycle. Has also served as the finance director
for several national campaigns including Forbes for President and Empower
March 1, 2005) McGinley has worked with the Republican Party for
over ten years. Prior to joining the NRSC, McGinley was an Associate at
Patton Boggs, where he advised a broad range of clients on campaign finance
and election law issues, including several House and Senate campaigns.
McGinley also served as Deputy Counsel at the Republican National Committee
(January 2005) Partner
& Lardner LLP.