Clark for President New Hampshire Leadership
Campaign Headquarters: 60 Rogers Street, Manchester
(former Graham headquarters; moved in mid-October)
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Regional Coordinator: Andrew Lussen --
Regional Coordinator: Raul Bernal --
Regional Coordinator: Pat Bataillon --
Regional Coordinator: Libby Reder --
Regional Coordinator: Seth Bindernagel --
266 Central Avenue, Dover (initially was Draft Clark office)
Regional Coordinator: Mike Banyus
80 Main Street, Berlin
40 N. Main Street, Concord (announced Dec. 5, 2003)
Regional Coordinator: Dan Wachtel --
16 Route 111, Building 2, Unit 5, Derry (announced Dec. 5, 2003)
Regional Coordinators: Jeremy Mullen --
Regional Coordinator: Liz Packard --
44 South Main Street, Hanover (announced Dec. 5, 2003)
Regional Coordinator: Chris Baumgartner --
376 Union Avenue, Suite 7, Laconia (announced Dec. 5, 2003)
Regional Coordinator: Jeannette Fields -- Resident of Northfield, NH. Textile designer. Fields has never been involved in a campaign beyond voting. She heard Clark on the Diane Rehm show in July 2003 and hooked up with Susan Putney of the Draft movement.
71 Spitbrook Road, Ste. 309, Nashua (announced Dec. 5, 2003)
Regional Coordinator: Cecily Vizas --
Regional Coordinator: Josh Kurland --
Regional Coordinator: Sirin Bidel Niyat --
10 Commercial Alley, Portsmouth (announced Dec. 5, 2003)
Regional Coordinator: Sue Mayer -- Resident of Lee, NH. Started as a volunteer late in the draft movement. Most recently working on a dissertation on medieval Europe (ninth century Saxony), Mayer holds four degrees including a Master's in German. Originally from New York State.
217 Old Homestead Row, Swanzey (Cheshire County) (office opening Dec. 6, 2003)
Regional Coordinator: Liz Sumner --
Regional Coordinator: David Cohen --
Chairman of Clark's Cheshire County Steering Committee: Dan Burnham, former state Rep. from Dublin
Elleithee served as one of the press secretaries on Bob Graham's campaign starting August 18, 2003. In 2002 he was campaign manager for Janet Reno during her primary campaign for governor and he worked on Bill McBride's general election campaign. He worked on the Mark Warner for Governor campaign in 2001 and on the Chuck Robb for Senate campaign in 2000. Elleithee served as New Hampshire press secretary for Bill Bradley's presidential campaign. In 1998 he worked on the Tom Udall for Congress campaign in New Mexico and the Paul Johnson for Governor campaign in Arizona.
as New Hampshire Communications Director on Oct. 23, 2003.
On December 5 he was named National Press Secretary. Buck worked
in New Hampshire for Clinton for President in 1992, Clinton/Gore in
and Gore 2000. Deputy press secretary at the DNC through 2002;
for the Gore/Lieberman campaign in Florida and continuing through the
2000; spokesperson for Domestic Finance at the Treasury Department,
deputy communications director at the Commerce Department for Sec.
press secretary for Clinton/Gore in Memphis, TN, 1996.
(Oct. 2003) Prior to joining the campaign Manners worked as a senior program associate in Governance and Public Policy in the U.S. Programs division of George Soros' Open Society Institute in New York. Previously she was a staff writer for Brill's Content. BA from Harvard, 1997.
Clark for President New
Dudley Dudley – former New Hampshire Executive Councilor, former New Hampshire State Legislator and DNC Delegate [As a freshman legislator in 1973 she helped lead the fight to build a huge oil refinery on Durham Point].
New Hampshire Executive Councilor, former New Hampshire State
Susan Putney – founder of the Draft Clark organization in New Hampshire
Steering Committee of Endorsers:
Steering Committee Co-Chair Katie Wheeler - former New Hampshire State Senator
Susan Alfin – legal counsel to the campaign, former assistant Merrimack County prosecutor
Pat Ayers – retired Executive Director World Affairs Council, retired foreign service officer
Jane Beaulieu – Manchester Conservation Commission, community activist
J.P. Boyle – Chair, Students for Clark, University of New Hampshire
Dr. Jay Buckey – Dartmouth Medical School Professor, member of 1998 crew of Space Shuttle Columbia
Bill Cashin – former Manchester Alderman
Mike Contarino – University of New Hampshire, Manchester Associate Professor of Political Science; former Economic Affairs Officer for the United Nations World Food Council in Rome
Pat Duffy – former New Hampshire Commissioner of Administration, former chairman Manchester Airport Authority
Mark Fernald – the Democratic gubernatorial nominee in 2002 **campaign chairman for the 2nd CD
Rep. Christine Hamm – New Hampshire State Representative (Dist. 34- seven towns Bradford, Henniker, Hopkinton, Newbury, Sutton, Warner and Webster)
Bill Johnson – former New Hampshire State Senator, Commander US Navy (Ret.)
Dan Lyman – Manchester attorney
Leadership (announced Nov. 18, 2003)
-On December 6,
campaign announced its Cheshire County Steering Committee, chaired by
Burnham, former state Rep. from Dublin.
-On December 19, 2003 state Rep. Marjorie Smith of Durham, Assistant Democratic Whip endorsed Clark.
Clark's NH Campaign by the Numbers.
The Draft Movement
Susan Putney was one of the most active of the draft Clark activists in the country. On May 12 she presented Clark with a thousand letters urging him to run. Then, working with Draft Clark 2004, she led the team that opened a field office in Dover over the July 4, 2003 weekend.
ran radio ads in New Hampshire starting on May 29, 2003, and television
ads starting the week of August 18, 2003.
Copyright © 2003, 2004 Eric M. Appleman/Democracy in Action