South Capitol Street, N.W., Suite 2000 Washington, DC
20003 (started in Suite
506A, moved to 2000 in April 1999)
Ohio Office: 2021 E.
Dublin-Granville Rd., Suite 2000, Columbus, OH 43229
- pre-campaign organization: Pioneer PAC
founded Dec. 1996
- exploratory committee
formed Jan. 13, 1999
- announced end of exploratory effort on July 14, 1999
Executive director of Kasich's
Pioneer PAC from April 8,
1998, previously deputy chief of staff for RNC co-chair Pat Harrison
RNC's director of political education and training; communications
former RNC co-chair Evelyn McPhail; director of media relations for
President of Policy Impact
Communications (PIC), a firm he
and former RNC chair Haley Barbour formed in 1996. Served as RNC
director of communications and
congressional affairs, and prior to that was House Majority Leader Dick
policy and communications director.
Handled press duties for
Pioneer PAC, Kasich's leadership
PAC from June 1998. Southern regional
field coordinator for the RNC.
(From Jan. 1999) Was deputy press
secretary for the NRCC;
much experience in California politics. Communications director for San
Mayor Susan Golding's campaign for U.S. Senate, press secretary for
the Mayor's office. Campaign press secretary for Los Angeles Mayor
Riordan's 1997 reelection campaign. Did
California media for the Dole-Kemp campaign.
Press secretary for the California Republican Party.
Founder of Fierce and Isakowitz, a
government consulting and
public relations firm. Served as RNC's
director of strategic planning and congressional affairs in 1993 and
develop and implement the plan to regain control of the House and
leave, in the DC consulting firm, the Mahoney
Group, which does finance for groups such as Tom DeLay's ARMPAC.
native, Goldstein has served as deputy campaign
director at the NRCC, responsible for survey research, education and
and previously as director of survey research at the RNC.
Scheduling and Advance
Pioneer PAC since it was founded; previously with
Tom Delay's ARMPAC.
Pioneer PAC since early 1998.
(from April 1) Administration, accounting.
President and CEO of the
General Manager of the
Washington office of Porter Novelli.
Served for more than two years as director of communications for the
Republican National Committee, where he developed the communications
that helped lead to GOP wins in 1994.
Chairman of the board of
directors of USWeb/CKS, one of the
largest internet professional services companies.
Earlier ran a non-connected
Kasich site, Caring about America 2000
(CA2K), in 1997-98, helps engineer the site.
From Boston, former chairman of the
Massachusetts state GOP
and 1990 U.S. Senate nominee
estimated that 65-70 percent of money came from
Ohio, Massachusetts and California.
Office: 3913 Ingersoll
(Announced Jan. 28, 1999) Served as
campaign manager for
Larry McKibben's 1998 campaign for Iowa's 3rd congressional
district. Other experience includes AA
to Iowa State Senate Majority Leader Stewart Iverson; deputy political
for the Republican Party of Iowa in 1996; and work for Rep. Jim Nussle
Regional Field Directors
Slater Bayliss (SE) from Cedar Rapids; went to Univ.
of Iowa (Iowa City); interned on Jeb Bush's 1998 gubernatorial campaign.
Delores (Dee) Byerly
(NW) from Mason City. Worked on the
field staff of Jim Lightfoot's
1998 gubernatorial campaign.
Matt Loney (NE,
worked out of Des Moines)
organization director for McKibben's congressional campaign,
heard Kasich at
First in the Nation, and met him when Kasich campaigned for McKibben.
Curtis Varley (W
and S) father was Speaker of the
House in the 1970s.
Grant Young (S
and E, took over some counties from
Slater Bayliss) from Jewell (Hamilton County).
Kasich endorsed Bush upon withdrawing in
July, Slifka, Byerly and Loney joined Forbes 2000--announced Aug. 10}
Office: 136 North Main
Street, Suite 8 Concord
(Announced Jan. 28, 1999 as New Hampshire
of Capitol Consultants of New Hampshire.
Campaign manager for Charlie Bass in 1994, and chaired Bass'
re-election campaign. Extensive
experience on New Hampshire primary campaigns: Baker '80, Reagan '84,
Bush '92, and Dole '96.
Hampshire State Director
state rep. from Plymouth.
Hampshire Field Director
14, 1999) Weekend morning anchor at WMUR-TV
for the past five years.
Hampshire Press Secretary
came up to help several days a week.
14, 1999) Of Meredith, Republican Leader in
the NH State Senate. In his third term
in the State Senate; served two terms in the House.
Retired small business owner.
Hampshire State Chairman
Sen. Carl Johnson
Political and Finance Director
Eric M. Appleman/Democracy in Action