Campaign Managers      Nov. 8, 2022 Governor Races

The Campaign Managers

Republicans Third Party/

Yolanda Flowers: 
former Roshanique Taylor
Candidate for Birmingham City Council District 5 in 2021.  Experience includes contract benefits specialist for Aflac, security guard, behavioral heath technician, assistant store manager, sales associate, caregiver, receptionist and secretary.  A.S. in adult health nurse/nursing from Jefferson State Community College, 2018; studied biology, general at Virginia College of Birmingham.

Kay Ivey:  William Califf
(Oct. 2021)  Legislative liaison and deputy communications director in the Alabama Office of the Attorney General, Nov. 2020-Oct. 2021.  Communications director for the Alabama Senate President Pro Tem, Nov. 2014-Nov. 2020.  Campaign manager on Marsh for Senate, Jan.-Nov. 2014.  Political director for Connecticut Republicans, May 2013-Jan. 2014.  Deputy Victory director and AB/EV director for Colorado Republicans, June-Nov. 2012.  Virginia organizational director on Romney for President, Aug. 2011-Jan. 2012.  Legislative liaison for Gov. Robert Bentley, Feb--July 2011. Field director for the Alabama Republican Party, Apr.-Nov. 2010.  Studied political science at the University of Alabama.


Les Gara:  Nate Graham
(Aug. 2021)  Legislative aide for state Sen. Bill Wielechowski from Jan. 2017-Jan. 2022; also managed Wielechowski's 2020 re-election campaign.  Communications director on Vote Yes for Alaska's Fair Share, Aug. 2019-Nov. 2020; researcher on Dr. Al Gross for U.S. Senate, July-Nov. 2020.  B.A. in political science from University of Alaska Anchorage, 2017.

Mike Dunleavy:  Jordan Shilling
Special assistant (from Dec. 2019) and communications specialist (Dec. 2018-Dec. 2019) in the Office of Gov. Mike Dunleavy.  Also, owner of Alaska Targeting from Jan. 2012.  Legislative aide in the Alaska State Legislature, Jan. 2013-Dec. 2018.  B.A. in political science (2012) and A.A.S. in emergency services, paramedicine (2009) from University of Alaska Fairbanks.
Bill Walker:  T.J. Presley
(Feb. 2022...campaign manager/consultant)  Deputy director of the Alaska Redistricting Board, Dec. 2020-Feb. 2022..  Legislative aide (Jan. 2011-Dec. 2020) and chief of staff (Sept. 2015-Oct. 2017) to several legislators in the Alaska State Legislature.  Policy advisor to the Alaska Division of Oil and Gas, Oct. 2017-Dec. 2018.  Campaign manager/consultant on statewide referendum campaign, Apr.-Aug. 2014.  General manager for Sodexo, managing a Starbucks in a large hospital, Jan. 2006-Jan. 2010.  Master's degree in business administration and management, finance from Alaska Pacific University; bachelor's degree in political science and government from University of Alaska Anchorage.


Katie Hobbs:  Nicole DeMont
(announced Mar. 15, 2022)  Deputy national political director at the National Democratic Redistricting Committee.  Senior advisor / consultant to the DCCC, Fall 2020.  California state director on Elizabeth Warren's presidential campaign, reported Aug. 2019.  Worked on Nikki Foster's congressional campaign OH-1.  Campaign manager on Susana Mendoza for Chicago Mayor, Dec. 2018-Feb. 2019.  Campaign manager on Debbie Mucarsel-Powell's campaign for Congress in FL-26, July -Nov. 2018.  Campaign manager on Bryan Caforio's 2018 primary campaign in CA-25, 2017-18.  Western regional research director and research analyst at the DCCC July 2014-Dec. 2016.  Communications assistant on Mike Honda for Congress, Sept. 2013-June 2014.  M.A. in communications and B.A. in political science from Stanford University, 2014.  Southern California native.

Andrew Markoff
(Jan.-Dec. 2021)  Campaign manager on Debbie Mucarsel-Powell's congressional  campaign (FL), Jan. 2020-Jan. 2021.  Campaign manager on John Walsh for Colorado, Apr. 2019-Jan. 2020.  Campaign manager on Kathleen Williams for Congress (MT), Jan.-Nov. 2018.  Director of data and analytics for the Democratic Party of Virginia, July-Nov. 2017.  Deputy finance director and deputy data and analytics director on Jon Ossoff for Congress (GA), Feb.-June 2017.  Ohio deputy data and analytics director (Mar.-Nov. 2016) and field organizer (Dec. 2015-Mar. 2016) on Hillary for America.  Product analytics for Dropbox, Aug. 2014-Sept. 2015.  B.S. in foreign service from Georgetown University, 2014.

Kari Lake:  described herself as her own campaign manager.


Chris Jones:  Rhonna-Rose Akama-Makia
(June 2021)  Director of engagement (from June 2021) and senior advisor (Jan.-June 2021) at Think Rubix.  Campaign manager on Jana Sanchez for Texas, Feb.-May 2021.  Campaign manager (Mar.-Nov. 2020) and communications director (Dec. 2019-Mar. 2020) on Joyce Elliott for Congress (AR); also campaign manager (Jan.-Mar. 2020) and communications director (Oct.-Dec. 2019) on Ryan Davis for AR HD 34.  Human resources director (June 2017-Feb. 2020) and statewide outreach director (June 2016-June 2017) for Arkansas Community Foundation.  Program director for Just Communities of Arkansas, June 2010-June 2016.  Studied at Hendrix College.  Little Rock native, second-generation African immigrant.

Sarah Huckabee Sanders:  Chris Caldwell
(Feb. 2021).  Member of the White House Opportunity and Revitalization Council, Apr. 2019-Jan. 2021, and federal co-chairman of the Delta Regional Authority, Jan. 2018-Jan. 2021.  Senior project director for Sen. John Boozman, Jan. 2011-Dec. 2017.  Campaign manager on Boozman for Arkansas, June 2015-Dec. 2016. Political director on Boozman for Arkansas, Feb.-Dec. 2010 (SHS was campaign manager).  South Carolina state director on Huckabee for President, July 2007-Aug. 2008.  Sales manager at Owens Murphy in Little Rock, 2004-07.  Sales rep. for Landers CDJR, 2003-04.  Field representative on Hutchison for U.S. Senate, 2002.  Bachelor's degree in communication from University of Arkansas, 2001.



Gavin Newsom:  Juan Rodriguez
Rodriguez managed Newsom's campaign against the recall and is a partner at Bearstar Strategies (previously SCRB Strategies and earlier SCN Strategies) from Jan. 2017.  Campaign manager on Kamala Harris for the People presidential campaign, Jan.-Dec. 2019.  Campaign manager on Harris' 2016 campaign for U.S. Senate from Nov. 2015.  Senior advisor in the Office of Attorney General Harris, 2013-15.  Director of state relations for Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa, 2009-13.  M.B.A. from Pepperdine University; B.A. in political science from UCLA. 

Brian Dahle:  Eric Brahms


Jared Polis:  Sarah Andrews
(July 2021)  Chief of staff at the Colorado Office of Economic Development and International Trade, Jan. 2019-May 2021.  Coordinated Campaign director for the Colorado Democratic Party, June-Nov. 2018.  GOTV director on Polis for Colorado, Dec. 2017-June 2018.  Regional director for Sen. Michael Bennet, Mar.-Sept. 2017.  Deputy organizing director for Boulder, Fort Collins/youth vote director (Apr.-Nov. 2016), regional organizing director in Boulder, CO and Tempe, AZ (Feb.-March 2016); organizer in Cedar Rapids, Iowa (April 2015-Feb. 2016) on Hillary for America.  Regional organizer for the Center for American Progress, Aug. 2014-Jan. 2015.  B.A. in political science, peace and conflict studies from University of Colorado at Boulder, 2014; president of College Democrats at the University, May-Nov. 2014.

Heidi Ganahl:  Asa Dyer

initial campaign manager Tiffany Coolidge
(Sept. to end of Oct. 2021)  Owner of Blunt Force Training, June-Dec. 2020.  Political consultant and manager, Jan, 2007-Dec. 2010,.  Campaign manager on Mark Hillman for State Treasurer, Dec. 2006-Dec. 2007.  Legislative liaison for Alliance, Dec. 2005-Dec. 2006.  Campaign manager on Shawn Mitchell's campaign in SD23, Dec. 2003-Nov. 2004.  Deputy director on Victory 2002/Citizens for Bill Owens., May-Nov. 2002.  Deputy director of Advocate Corps for Gov. Bill Owens, 2001-02.  Studied at University of Colorado Denver.

Ned Lamont:  Dan Morrocco
Worked on Sen. Elizabeth Warren's presidential campaign.  A senior political advisor for the DSCC, 2017-18.  Special advisor to Sen. Warren, Jan.-Oct. 2017.  Advisor to Sen. Warren, 2015.  Research director on the Markey Senate campaign in Massachusetts, Feb.-June 2013.  Research director on Richard Carmona for Arizona, 2012.  Deputy scheduler to U.S. Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse, Apr. 2009-June 2010.  B.A. in history, international relations from Boston University, 2007.

Bob Stefanowski:  Pat Sasser
(succeeded Dan Carter, who left Aug. 1, 2022)  Stamford firefighter and co-founder of No Tolls CT.  Campaign manager on Ryan Fazio's win in the Aug. 17, 2021 special election in State Senate District 36.  Campaign manager on Michael Fedele's campaign for Mayor of Stamford, 2013.

Dan Carter Aug. 1, 2022
Principal at Carter McBride, LLC consulting from Jan. 2017; realtor/owner at Carter Realty in Bethel from Jan. 2021.  Director of pilot recruiting and retention (Aug. 2017-Feb. 2022) and business development (May 2019-Jan. 2021) at Tradewind Aviation.  Vice president of Heritage Recruiting Group, LLC, Apr. 2017-May 2019.  Republican nominee for U.S. Senate in 2016.  State representative (2nd Assembly District) in the Connecticut General Assembly, Jan. 2011-Jan. 2017.  Representative for Pfizer, Feb. 1999-Oct. 2012.  Served in the U.S. Air Force including as a C-130 pilot and T-1A instructor pilot, 1991-99.  M.A.S. in airport management from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, 1995; B.A. in political science from Bowling Green State University, 1989.

FL Charlie Crist:  Sydney Throop [from Oct. 19, 2022, previously deputy campaign manager]
Campaign manager on Crist's 2020 re-election.  Mass. state director, Iowa deputy organizing director, outreach coordinator on Pete for America.  Iowa regional organizer for Reason to Believe PAC (Deval Patrick) from Sept. 2018.  Field director (May-Sept. 2018) and regional organizer (Jan.-April 2018) for Committee to Elect Josh Zakim (MA).  Organizing director (May 2017-Jan. 2018) and community organizer (June 2016-May 2017) at Fair Shot For All (Boston).  Event organizer for Food Tank, Feb.-April 2017.  B.S. in public relations, communication and media studies from Boston University, 2016.

Austin Durrer [left the campaign Oct. 19, 2022, after arrest in domestic violence case]
Chief of staff to U.S. Rep. Crist from Dec. 2016.  Chief of staff and data coalitions director in the Economics & Statistics Administration at the U.S. Department of Commerce, May 2014-Dec. 2016.  Chief of staff (July 2009-May 2014), communications director/deputy chief of staff (July 2007-June 2009), press secretary (Mar. 2005-June 2007), legislative assistant (Mar. 2003-Feb. 2005), legislative correspondent (June 2002-Feb. 2003) and staff assistant (Aug. 2001-May 2002) to U.S. Rep. James Moran (VA).  M.B.A. from The Johns Hopkins University-Carey Business School, 2009; bachelor's degree in economics and political science from UNC at Chapel Hill, 2001.

Ron DeSantis:  Generra Peck
President of P2/Pathway Public Affairs.  Previously vice president for infrastructure and economic development at McGuireWoods Consulting LLC.  Deputy Director of Legislative Affairs & Policy Development, Assistant Director of Legislative Affairs & Strategic Initiatives, and Special Assistant for Commerce and Trade to  Gov. Bob McDonnell (VA).  Worked on McDonnell's campaign for governor in 2009.  M.B.A. from University of Virginia Darden School of Business, 2016; B.S./B.A. in business administration/marketing from University of Richmond, 2009. 

Stacey Abrams:  Lauren Groh-Wargo
CEO of Fair Fight Action, a revitalized version of New Georgia Project founded by Abrams after the 2018 campaign.  Campaign manager on Abrams' 2018 campaign.  Served as Abrams' top aide at her two foundations, Third Sector Development (which ran the New Georgia Project) and Voter Access Institute.  Deputy executive director at the Ohio Democratic Party, 2009-Apr. 2011.  Southwest Ohio regional director for America Votes.  Worked on a school levy campaign in Cincinnati.  Organized tenants to fight their landlords for better living conditions in Brooklyn, New York.  Undergraduate degree in economics from American University.  Grew up near Cleveland, OH.

Brian Kemp:  Bobby Saparow
(Jan. 2021)  President of RMS Strategies in Marietta from July 2015.  Chief of staff to Rep. Drew Ferguson, June 2017-Jan. 2021.  Campaign manager on Drew Ferguson for Congress (GA), Feb.-Nov. 2016.  Southeastern regional director on Carson America, June 2015-Feb. 2016.  Deputy campaign manager on Rick W. Allen for Congress (GA), June-Nov. 2014.  Finance consultant to Matt Rosendale for Montana, Feb.-June 2014.  Finance director (Nov. 2013-June 2014) and director of operations (Jan.-Nov. 2013) on Gingrey for Congress (GA).  Regional manager for the North Carolina Republican Party, Aug. 2012-Jan. 2013.  Regional political director for Greensboro/Winston-Salem on Romney for President, June-Aug. 2012.  Regional political director on Montanans for Rehberg, Jan.-June 2012.  Intern with the SC Republican Party, July 2011-Jan. 2012.  B.A. in political science, history from University of South Carolina, 2011.


Josh Green:  Elizabeth Skillin
(Feb. 2022)  Owner of Mean Mango Integrated Marketing since Nov. 2013.  Director of communications for the State of Hawaii, 2021-Jan. 2022.  Online marketing for Aqua Hospitality, Aug. 2012-Nov. 2013.  Marketing for Sodexo, Feb. 2009-Aug. 2012.  B.A. in marketing / business from University of Hawaii West Oahu, 2012.

Duke Aiona: ?

Stephen Heidt:  senior advisor Michelle Vincent
Chair of the Elmore County Democratic Party.

Brad Little:  Hayden Rogers
(June 2021)  Special assistant for intergovernmental affairs to Gov. Little, Apr. 2019-June 2021.  Government affairs at Risch Pisca PLLC, Jan.-Apr. 2019.  Field director on Brad Little for Governor, Jan. 2018-Jan. 2019.  Bachelor's degree in American government and politics from Boise State University.
Ammon Bundy:  Wendy Leatham


J.B. Pritzker:  Mike Ollen
(announced July 23, 2021)  Advisor to  U.S. Rep. Stephanie Murphy (FL), May-July 2021.  Deputy campaign manager on Sara Gideon for Maine, Jan.-Dec. 2020.   New Hampshire state director on Beto for America, May-Nov. 2019.  State director (May 2017-May 2019) and deputy state director (Jan.-May 2017) to U.S. Sen. Maggie Hassan.  Political director on Maggie Hassan for New Hampshire, Mar.-Dec. 2016.  Deputy political director on Hillary Clinton's NH primary campaign, Apr. 2015-Feb. 2016.  Associate at Hilltop Public Solutions,Jan-Apr. 2015.  Deputy political director on Shaheen for Senate, April-Dec. 2014.  Constituent services coordinator/veterans and military families liaison for U.S. Rep. Annie Kuster, Jan. 2013-April 2014.  Regional field director in Strafford County for Obama for America, July-Nov. 2012; field organizer for Organizing for America-NH in Nashua, Feb.-July 2012.  Inventory manager for Boston City Properties, March 2011-Feb. 2012.  Speech writing assistant in the Office of Gov. Deval Patrick, Sept. 2011-Jan. 2012.  B.A. in communications, public advocacy and rhetoric from Northeastern University, 2011.  

Darren Bailey:  Jose Durbin
(Jan. 2021)  Legislative assistant to Bailey from Jan. 2019 and political staffer on Bailey's campaigns from Jan. 2018.  Legislative assistant to state Sen. Kyle McCarter, Jan,. 2017-Jan. 2019.  Southern Illinois director for Isaiah Consulting Group, Jan. 2017-Jan. 2019.  B.S. in political science and government from Eastern Illinois University, 2016; A.A. in general studies from Southern Illinois College, 2015. >

Deidre DeJear:  LaVanna Martinez
(June 2022)  Senior political manager at Run for Something, July 2020-June 2022.  National engagement coordinator (Feb.-Mar. 2020), regional political director in Des Moines (Dec. 2019-Feb. 2020) and organizer in Urbandale (Oct.-Nov. 2019) on Pete for America.  Lead organizer for Women's March Alliance, Women's March on NYC, Nov. 2017-Dec. 2019.  Client relationship manager at IBISWorld (NYC), Aug. 2018-Oct. 2019.  Senior event sales coordinator for Bowlero Corporation, Oct. 2015-Aug. 2018.  Server and assistant events manager at The Cuban Bar and Restaurant Hoboken, 2015.  Private events coordinator at The Capital Grille Chrysler Building location in New York, 2012-13; started as host, 2011-12.  Bachelor's degree in fashion merchandising from Howard University, 2011. 

...succeeded Cynthia Sebian-Lander
(May 2021-Apr. 2022)  Coordinated Campaign director for the Montana Democratic Party, Apr.-Dec. 2020.  Iowa state director on Julián Castro presidential campaign, Mar. 2019-Jan. 2020.  Campaign manager on DeJear for Iowa (Secretary of State), Jan.-Nov. 2018.  Campaign manager on Sara Dady for Congress (IL), Aug. 2017-Jan. 2018.  Campaign manager on Tilly for Delegate (VA), Feb.-June 2017.  GOTV director in Iowa on Hillary for America, Aug.-Nov. 2016.  Project specialist at the League of Women Voters, Jan. 2015-July 2016.  Voter education director on Alaska Victory '14, July-Nov. 2014.  Field director on Mark Levine for Congress (VA), Feb.-June 2014.  ACA deputy canvass manager for Planned Parenthood, Nov. 2013-Feb. 2014.  Northern Virginia director for Every Child Matters, April-Nov. 2013.  Project organizer for Virginia Organizing, Nov. 2012-March 2013.  Field organizer in Fairfax, VA on Obama for America, April-Nov. 2012.  Wind energy field organizer for the Chesapeake Climate Action Network, Feb.-April 2012.  Organizer for AFSCME, Nov. 2010-Nov. 2011.  Field organizer for the New Hampshire Democratic Party, Aug.-Nov. 2010.  M.S. in environmental advocacy and organizing from Antioch University New England, 2010; B.A. in environmental studies from Washington College, 2007.

Kim Reynolds:  Tom Longpre
(Aug. 2021)  Account executive at Majority Strategies, Jan. 2020-July 2021.  Director of political and production operations at Content Creative Media, LLC, Mar. 2019-Jan. 2020.  Senior strategy director at Majority Strategies, Sept. 2015-Feb. 2019.   Campaign manager for a state representative candidate, Apr.-July 2015.  Director of operations on Mike Kowall for Majority Floor Leader, Aug.-Nov. 2014; campaign manager on Mike Kowall for Senate, June-Nov. 2014.  Degree in political science, pre-law from Michigan State University, 2014.


Laura Kelly:  Shelbi Dantic
(Dec. 2021)  Campaign manager on Carolyn Bourdeaux for Congress (GA), 2020 [only seat to flip R to D; in Oct. 2021 the American Association of Political Consultants named Dantic "Campaign Manager of the Year, Non-Statewide" for her work on the  campaign].  Worked at Blue Leadership Collaborative.  Deputy campaign manager on Sen. Jon Tester's 2018 re-election.  Political director at Montana Conservation Voters.  Degree in political science from University of Montana, 2014.  From Missoula.

Derek Schmidt:  CJ Grover
(June 2021)  Communications director for the Kansas Republican Party, Aug. 2020-Apr. 2021.  Ran Plains PAC, which supported Roger Marshall in the 2020 Republican U.S. Senate primary.  Spokesman for AG Schmidt from Jan. 2019.  Communications director (Dec. 2015-Jan. 2019) and press secretary (Nov. 2014-Dec. 2015) to U.S. Rep. Kevin Yoder (KS-3).  Campaign manager on Yoder for Congress, Jan.-Nov. 2018.  Communications director on Yoder for Congress, June-Nov. 2016.  Deputy military legislative assistant to U.S. Sen. Pat Roberts, Sept. 2012-Nov. 2014.  Field coordinator on Yoder for Congress, May-Sept. 2012. J.D. from University of Kansas School of Law, 2012; B.S. in finance from The University of Kansas, 2009. 


Janet Mills:  Alexandra Raposo
(Nov. 2021)  Deputy campaign manager on Warnock for Georgia, Apr. 2020-Mar. 2021.  Chief of staff at Numero, Sept. 2019-Apr. 2020.  Senior director for campaign fundraising (Feb. 2018-Mar. 2019) and campaign finance advisor (Feb. 2017-Feb. 2018) at EMILY's List.  Finance director on Missourians for Kander, Feb. 2015-Nov. 2016.  Finance director on Romanoff for Congress, May 2013-Nov. 2014.  State Party Victory Fund manager at the DNC, May 2011-Apr. 2013.  Wisconsin deputy operations director on Obama for America, Oct.-Nov. 2012.  Finance assistant on Betsy Markey for Congress, May-Nov. 2010.  Staff assistand/legislative correspondent in the U.S. House, Feb. 2009-Feb. 2010.  Field director on Adam Smith for Congress, June-Nov. 2008.  B.A. in politics and government from University of Puget Sound.

Paul LePage:  Joe Turcotte
(July 2021)  President of Turcotte Consulting & Creative Strategies, from Nov. 2020.  Maine state director for the RNC, July 2017-Nov. 2020.  Political director (Dec. 2014-July 2017) and state field director (Nov. 2013-Nov. 2014) for the Maine Republican Party.  Field staffer for the Maine Republican Party, July-Aug. 2013.  Legislative aide for Maine Senate Republicans, Aug.-Dec. 2012.  B.A. in political science and government from Assumption College, 2012.


Wes Moore:  Ned Miller
(June 2021)  Most recently campaign manager on U.S. Rep. Abby Finkenauer's 2020 re-election campaign in IA-1, where she narrowly lost to Ashley Hinson.  Also worked on Enyart for Congress in IL-12 in 2014.

Dan Cox:  Zach Werrell
(announced Aug. 5, 2022)  Campaign strategist, June 2013-Nov. 2018.  Campaign manager on Denver Riggleman for Governor (VA), Dec. 2016-Mar. 2017.  Campaign manager on Tom Garrett for Congress in VA-5, Feb.-Nov. 2016.  Campaign manager on Dave Brat's upset primary win over House Majority Leader Eric Cantor in VA-7, Dec. 2013-June 2014.  Campaign manager on Mark Berg for Delegate (Winchester, VA), June-Nov. 2013.  J.D. from The University of Texas Law School, 2022.  B.A. from Haverford College, 2013.


Maura Healey:  Jason Burrell
(Mar. 2022)  On leave from position as associate at Mintz in Boston, started there in Sept. 2019 (also a summer associate there in 2018 and 2017).  Special assistant (June 2014-Sept. 2016) and regional director (Jan. 2013-May 2014) to Sen. Elizabeth Warren.  Regional field director on Elizabeth Warren for MA, Mar. 2012-Jan. 2013.  Advance/body on City Councilor Tito H. Jackson's campaign, June-Nov. 2011.  J.D. from Northeastern University School of Law, 2019; B.A. in legal studies from University of Massachusetts Amherst, 2011.

Geoff Diehl:  Amanda Orlando
Office manager at the Gloucester law firm of Orlando & Associates.  Elected to the MA GOP State Committee for the 1st Essex and Middlesex District in 2017.  M.A. in teaching English from Salem State College; B.A. from Boston College, 2001.

Gretchen Whitmer:  Preston Elliott
(reported June 23, 2021)  Campaign manager on M.J. Hegar's 2020 campaign for U.S. Senate in Texas.  Campaign manager on California state Treasurer John Chiang's 2018 Democratic primary campaign for governor.  Deputy executive director at the DSCC in the 2016 cycle.  Campaign manager on Sen. Kay Hagan's 2013-14 re-election campaign.  Campaign manager on Sen. Jon Tester's 2012 re-election campaign.  Nevada Coordinated Campaign director in 2010, helping to re-elect Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid.  Deputy political director at the DSCC in 2008.  Worked as a field director on Montana Democrats' Coordinated Campaign in 2006; former Alaska Gov. Tony Knowles' 2004 U.S. Senate race; Rep. Dick Gephardt's Iowa caucus campaign; Sen. Tim Johnson (SD)'s 2002 re-election campaign; and an Illinois legislative race in 2000.  Graduate of Lake Forest College.  Grew up in Billings, Montana. 

Tudor Dixon: ?

Tim Walz:  Nicole Johnson
Southern federal and gubernatorial director at EMILY's List, Apr. 2019-Apr. 2021.  Political desk-IE at DCCC, Apr.-Dec. 2018.  Campaign manager on Delgado for Congress, May 2017-Apr. 2018.  Campaign manager on Heinz for Arizona, July-Nov. 2016.  Campaign manager on Steve Williams for Congress, Nov. 2015-June 2016.  Campaign manager on Buchwald for Delegate, May-Nov. 2015.  Finance director on Patrick Henry Hays for Congress (AR), Jan.-Nov. 2014.  Finance director on Friends of Farinholt (Newport News, VA), May-Nov. 2013.  Finance director on Friends of John Callahan, Feb.-May 2013.  Finance assistant on Kreitlow for Congress, July-Nov. 2012.  Studied at University of Pennsylvania.

Scott Jensen:  Angela Cooperman
(Mar. 2021)  Also started Valkyrie Strategies LLC political consulting firm in Mar. 2021, and is a real estate agent for eXp Realty since July 2021.  Political director on Jason Lewis for U.S. Senate, Jan.-Nov. 2020.  Finance director for the Republican Party of Minnesota, Sept. 2019-Jan. 2020.  Director of development and partnerships at Spare Key, Nov. 2018-July 2019.  Constituent services representativeto U.S. Rep. Jason Lewis, Apr. 2017-Nov. 2018.  Studied at St. Petersburg College and Eckerd College.

Carol Blood: As of June 2022, Sen. Blood: is managing the campaign; senior staffer is statewide field director Brian Reitz.
Jim Pillen:  Kenny Zoeller
(Apr. 2021)  Chief government performance officer for the State of Nebraska, Jan. 2019-Apr. 2021.  Executive director of the Nebraska Republican Party, Jan. 2017-Jan. 2019.  Policy advisor to Gov. Pete Ricketts, Dec. 2015-Jan. 2017.  Legislative aide to Sen. Mark Kolterman, Jan,-Dec. 2015.  CD-1 field director on Pete Ricketts for Governor, Jan,. 2014-Jan. 2015.  Bachelor's degree in history from Concordia University, Nebraska, 2013.

Steve Sisolak:  Sam Barrett
Experience includes work at the DCCC in the 2020 cycle, and campaign manager on Brad Ashford's 2016 campaign for Congress in Nebraska.

Joe Lombardo:  Matthew Brasseux
(Sept. 2021)  Deputy director of strategic initiatives (Feb. 2020-Sept. 2021), director of targeted engagement (June 2019-Sept. 2021) and director of evangelical engagement (May 18-Sept. 2021) at the RNC.  Sales/government relations for Dallas Door & Supply Company, Apr. 2015-Feb. 2018.  Public policy consultant at Dean International, Jan. 2012-Mar. 2014.  Studied business marketing at Midwestern State University.

Tom Sherman: Kelly Roberts  twitter
Chris Sununu: Paul Collins
Also served as campaign manager on Sununu's 2016, 2018 and 2020 campaigns. Senior advisor on Gov. John Kasich's NH primary campaign from May 2015.  Campaign manager on Dan Innis' 2014 Republican primary campaign in the 1st CD.  Campaign manager on Ovide Lamontagne's 2012 campaign for governor.  Consultant on Jon Huntsman's 2011-12 NH primary campaign.  In the 2010 cycle he served as senior political strategist on businessman Bill Binnie's U.S. Senate campaign for about four months, then managed Sean Mahoney's unsuccessful bid for the 1st CD seat in the Sept. 2010 primary.  Executive director of the NH Republican Party, 1999.  Managed John E. Sununu's congressional and Senate campaigns, 1996 through Jan. 2009.  Managed Pete Wilson's brief NH primary effort (summer 1995), then when he withdrew served as state director on Steve Forbes NH campaign (from Oct. 1995).  District director to Rep. Charlie Bass to July 1995.  During the Administration of President George H. W. Bush, when John H. Sununu was chief of staff, Collins served as Deputy Director of the Office of National Service (1,000 points of light) and then Special Assistant to the President for Political Affairs.  Worked for John H. Sununu starting in 1982, serving key roles on his three campaigns for governor and as a gubernatorial aide.  NH political director on Pete du Pont's NH primary campaign.


Michelle Lujan Grisham: several.  ...started with Hilary Boris, then Margaret Jarosz, then Alex Freedman.  Freedman had to leave due to health reasons and the campaign finished the last couple of months with no one holding the campaign manager title:
Alex Freedman
(June 2022)  Lead, advocacy and external affairs for Success Academy Charter Schools (NY), Dec. 2021-Aug. 2022.  Political consultant in New York, May 2020-Nov. 2021.  Deputy director for the remote Iowa Caucus, Nov. 2019.  Iowa deputy political director on Beto for America, May-Nov. 2019. 
Campaign manager on Tim Gannon’s 2018 campaign for Iowa Secretary of Agriculture; finance director on Boulton for Iowa, 2018.  Campaign manager on Vince Chirciro for NYC City Council, 2017.  Colorado border state director on Hillary Clinton's campaign, Jun.-Dec. 2016. Regional field director in Waterloo on Martin O’Malley's presidential campaign from June 2015-Mar. 2016. Campaign manager on Rostom Sakissian for L.A. City Council, Jan.-March 2015.  Field organizer for the Iowa Democratic Party, May-Nov. 2014.  Research analyst/tracker at Friends of Chris Murphy, June-Nov. 2012.  B.A. in international relations and affairs from Syracuse University, 2013.

Margaret Jarosz
(Mar. 2022)  Campaign manager on Nick for Oregon (Kristof for governor), Nov. 2021-Apr. 2022.  Traffic manager at Resonance Campaigns, July 2020-Jan. 2021.  Iowa caucus director on Beto for America, Mar.-Dec. 2019. 
Senior trip advisor to Sen. Sherrod Brown (OH), when he was considering a presidential run.  Chief organizational officer on Fred Hubbell for Governor, June-Dec. 2018.  Campaign manager on Pete for Iowa, Jan.-July 2018.  Field manager for 270 Strategies, Aug. 2017-Jan. 2018.  Distributed organizing director on Tom Periello for Governor, Feb.-July 2017.  Field director in Manchester, NH for NextGen Climate, Aug. 2016-Jan. 2017.  Regional director for Dubuque on Bernie 2016, then to Nebraska, Wisconsin, and concluded as deputy field director in So. Calif..  Northeast regional field director on Run Warren Run.  Field organizer on the Wendy Davis for Governor campaign in Texas, Sept.-Nov. 2014.  Campaign manager on Sara Geenen for Wisconsin State Assembly, March-Aug. 2014.  Volunteered with the campaign to recall Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker (March-June 2012) and with President Obama’s re-election campaign (Sept.-Nov. 2012).  Milwaukee native.  Attended Loyola University Chicago.

Mark Ronchetti:  Jeff Glassburner
(reported by Politico Aug. 12, 2022) 
Campaign manager for Karrin Taylor Robson in the Aug. 2, 2022 Arizona Republican primary for governor (finished second to Kari Lake).  Campaign manager on Ronchetti's 2020 U.S. Senate campaign.  Studied government/international affairs at Augustana University.  Originally from Gretna, NE.

Jessica Hanson
(for the primary)  Experience includes executive director of the Nevada Republican Party for Fall 2020 and into 2021, and previously worked for the Republican Party of Florida.  Attended University of Florida.

and note:
According to veteran New Mexico political reporter Joe Monahan, Jay McCleskey, president at McCleskey Media Strategies in Albuquerque, was "the real power in the campaign."  McCleskey served as the lead consultant on Susana Martinez's 2010 and 2014 campaigns for governor and as her chief political advisor during her two terms in office; he has more than 20 years experience working in New Mexico politics.

Kathy Hochul:  Brian Lenzmeier
Experience includes manager on Missoula businesswoman Whitney Williams' campaign for the 2020 Democratic gubernatorial nomination in Montana, senior advisor on Rebecca Holcombe's campaign for the 2020 Democratic gubernatorial nomination in Vermont.  Campaign manager on Suzanna Shkreli's campaign for Congress in MI-8, 2016.  Research director on Hochul's 2011 congressional campaign.

Lee Zeldin:  Eric Amidon
Senior advisor (May 2021-Jan. 2022) and chief of staff/t (Jan. 2015-Apr. 2021) and transition aide to Rep. Zeldin; campaign manager on Zeldin's 2014 campaign.  Attorney at Zaklukiewicz, Puzo & Morrissey, LLP, Sept. 2012-Nov. 2014.  Political director on Treadwell for Congress, 2008.  J.D. from Touro College; M.P.A. from Marist College; bachelor's degree from University of Albany SUNY.

Nan Whaley: Brian Sowyrda
(May 2022, succeeding Hagner)  Chief of staff to U.S. Rep. Xochitl Torres Small (NM), Jan. 2019-Jan. 2021.  Campaign manager on Xochitl for Congress, Jan.-Dec. 2018.  Campaign manager on Mike Kelley for District 2 Boston City Council, Apr.-Nov. 2017.  Consultant at Hilltop Public Solutions, Mar.-Apr. 2017.  Deputy political directo on Van Ostern for New Hampshire, July-Nov. 2016  Field and training director for the NHDP, Nov. 2015-July 2016.  Field director on Donchess for Mayor (Nashua, NH), July-Nov. 2015.  M.S. in international politics from Trinity College Dublin, 2014; B.S. in political science and government from Susquehanna University, 2013.

John Hagner (Mar. 2021 to May 2022—left after the primary, declaring he was "burnt out on politics completely" and embarked on a six-week intensive basic pastry class at Le Cordon Bleu in France (>)) 
Partner at Clarity Campaign Labs from May 2013.  Field director for the DSCC, Jan.-Dec. 2012.  Director of targeting and data analysis at the DCCC, Jan. 2010-Dec. 2011.  Deputy executive director at the Ohio Democratic Party, 2006-09.  Field director on Sherrod Brown's 2006 campaign for U.S. Senate.  Campaign manager for Steve Young in Calif. 48th CD Oct. 4, 2005 special election/Dec. 6, 2005 runoff. Targeting director on Paul Hackett's unsuccessful campaign for Congress against Jean Schmidt in Ohio 2nd CD Aug. 2, 2005 special election.  Assistant to DNC Coordinated Campaign director Karen Hicks in Fall 2004.  Bachelor's degree from William & Mary 2001.

Mike DeWine:  Brenton Temple
Deputy policy director to Gov. DeWine from Jan. 2019.  Senior political director on DeWine-Husted for Ohio from Nov. 2017.  Political director at the Ohio Republican Party, Sept. 2015-Feb. 2017.  Legislative consultant to the National Association of Tobacco Outlets, Jan.-Aug. 2015.  Regional political director on Mike DeWine for Ohio Attorney General, Apr.-Nov. 2014.  Special counsel supervisor in the Ohio Attorney General's Office, Nov. 2012-Apr. 2014.  Lead press advance on Romney for President, June-Nov. 2012.  TPV supervisor (Jan.-June 2012) and problem resolution officer (Mar.. 2011-June 2012) in the Ohio Attorney General's Office.  Victory captain in OH-12 for the Ohio Republican Party, Apr.-Nov. 2010.  Administrative assistant at the Ohio Coal Association, Aug. 2009-Apr. 2010.  B.A. in political science from The Ohio State University, 2009.

Joy Hofmeister:  Brigette Zorn
Executive director at the American Heart Association in Oklahoma City, Nov. 2019-Oct. 2021.  Senior development manager (Sept. 2017-Dec. 2019), regional development officer/campaign manager (Sept. 2015-Nov. 2019) and annual giving manager (Jan. 2013-Sept. 2015) at Mercy Health Foundation.  Account executive at United Way of Central Oklahoma, Feb. 2010-Dec. 2012.  Associate at 4C Partners, LLC, 2009-10.  Member participation and finance assistant at the DCCC, 2006-09.  M.H.A. from Ohio University, 2017; B.A. in political science from Oklahoma City University, 2006.

Kevin Stitt:  Donelle Harder
Senior vice president at Pinkston from Jan. 2022; owner of Harder Consulting LLC from Mar. 2021.  Founder and CEO of Pliris Strategies in Oklahoma City, Mar. 2020-Jan. 2022.  Senior advisor to Gov. Stitt, Jan. 2019-Mar. 2020.  Deputy campaign manager on Stitt for Governor, Nov. 2017-Jan. 2019.  Vice president of communications for the Oklahoma Oil & Gas Association, Nov. 2016-Dec. 2017.  Communications roles for Sen. Jim Inhofe, July 2012-Nov. 2016.  Online communications advisor for U.S. Rep. Kenny Marchant (TX), May 2010-June 2012.  Media relations specialist at Pinkston Group Inc., 2007-10.  B.A. in journalism from Baylor University.
Ervin Yen:  Kristy Hudson
(Apr. 2022)  Has managed and strategized for campaigns, agencies and groups for about 12 years.  From Moore, OK.  Granddaughter of Bill Snell, an oilman from Seminole who became a campaign advisor to Speaker of the House Carl Albert and others.

Tina Kotek:  Meghan Cavanaugh
(Dec. 2021)  Executive director of the [Oregon] Senate Democratic Leadership Fund, Nov. 2019-Feb. 2021.  Political and advocacy director at The Alaska Center, May 2016-Nov. 2019.  Chief of staff in the Alaska House, Jan. 2015-May 2016.  Regional field director for Kenai Peninsula and Kodiak Island on Mark Begich for Seant, May-Nov. 2014.  Legislative aide in the Alaska House, Jan. 2013-May 2014.  B.A. in environmental science, political science from Northwestern University, 2012.

Christine Drazan:  Trey Rosser
(Jan. 2022)  Executive director of Evergreen Oregon PAC (Oregon House Republicans).  Political director on Heller for Senate (NV), Mar. 2017-Nov. 2018.  Southern Nevada director on Marco Rubio for President, Oct. 2015-Mar. 2016.  Field rep on Sandoval for Governor (NV), May 2013-Nov. 2014,  M.P.A. (2012) and bachelor's degree (2010) from Morehead State University.
Betsy Johnson:  Emmet Duffy
(Nov. 2021)  Director of operations for Friends of Sinn Fein, USA (NYC), Sept. 2015-Sept. 2021.  Sales/master club fitting at Golfsmith (NYC), June 2013-Sept. 2015.  Project assistant at Miller Nas LLP (Portland, OR), Oct. 2011-Feb. 2013.  Public policy staffer on Mary Nolan for Portland City Council, July 2011-Nov. 2012.  Director of golf operations at Alderbrook Golf Course in Bay City, Apr. 2010-July 2011.  B.A. in history from Regis University, 2007.


Josh Shapiro:  Dana Fritz
(Jan. 2020)  Deputy chief of staff (Dec. 2017-Dec. 2019), communications director (July-Nov. 2019) and special assistant (Jan.-Dec. 2017) to Attorney General Shapiro.  Deputy campaign manager and finance director on Shapiro for Pennsylvania (Attorney General), Jan. 2016-Jan. 2017.  Deputy campaign manager and finance director on Shapiro/Arkoosh for Montgomery County, Jan.-Dec. 2015. Finance director on Friends of Josh Shapiro, June 2013-Jan. 2015.  Paid communications coordinator for the Pennsylvania Democratic Party, June-Dec. 2012.  Bachelor's degree in communications and political science from Temple University, 2012.

Doug Mastriano:  Vishal Jetnarayan
Principal at Misfit Leaders from May 2018.  Founder and president of eGen Co. LLC, a publishing and digital media company, Jan. 2010-July 2017.  Author of several books.  Studied business administration and management at Hagerstown Community College.  Chambersburg resident.  Grew up in Durban, South Africa.

Dan McKee:  Brexton Isaacs
(Nov. 2021)  Campaign manager on Dana Balter for Congress (NY), Sept. 2019-Nov. 2020.  Campaign manager on Betsy Rader for Congress (OH), Jan.-Nov. 2018.  Campaign manager on Cavanaugh for State Senate (NH) special election, Apr.-Aug. 2017.  Regional organizing director in Sioux City for the Iowa Democratic Party, May-Nov. 2016; deputy organizer on Hillary for America, starting in Iowa City then CO and WA, Nov. 2015-May 2016.  Field organizer in Sterling for the Democratic Party of Virginia, July-Nov. 2015.  Field organizer in IL-13 for the DCCC, Aug.-Nov. 2014; research assistant on Friends of Cheri Bustos, May-Aug. 2014.  Bachelor's degree in political science from Illinois Wesleyan University, 2015.

Ashley Kalus:  Evan Gillissie
Previously federal policy and government relations coordinator for TechNet from Feb. 2021.  Research assistant at Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck, Sept. 2019-Feb. 2021.  Executive assistant to the director (Aug. 2018-Sept. 2019) and executive assistant to the chief of staff (Feb. 2018-Jan. 2019) at the Consumer Finincial Protection Bureau.  Confidential assistant to the General Counsel at OMB, May 2017-Feb. 2018.  Scheduler for U.S. Rep. Mark Sanford, Feb.-Nay 2017.  In Fall 2016 worked on Richard Burr's Senate re-election campaign in NC then on the McCrory recount.  Campaign manager on Fung for Mayor, May-Sept. 2016.  Deputy communications director on Fung for Governor, Jan.-Nov. 2014.  Bachelor's degree in politics from The Catholic University of America.  Born and raised in Cranston, RI.

Joe Cunningham:  Trevor Maloney
(Sept. 2021)  Campaign manager on Vega for District Attorney (Philadelphia), Jan.-Mar. 2021.  Southern regional political director on Everytown for Gun Safety, Feb.-Dec. 2020.  Campaign manager on Delaware County Victory 2019 (Pennsylvania), June-Nov. 2019.  Campaign manager on Jamie for West Philly, Feb.-May 2019.  Campaign manager on Steve Santasiero for State Senate, Feb.-Dec. 2018.  English teacher in China, Feb.-Sept. 2017.  Political assistant on Patrick Murphy for U.S. Senate campaign, July-Nov. 2016.  Studied international relations, international law and music competition at University College Roosevelt (Middelburg, PA).  Also, summer organizing fellow in West Palm Beach on Organizing for America, June-Aug. 2012.

Henry McMaster:  Mark Knoop
(May 2021)  Owner of Forward Communications & Strategies (FCS)  in Columbia, SC since Jan. 2021.  Consultant at Victory Enterprises, Jan. 2015-Dec. 2020.  Director of Push Elections at Push Digital Inc., Apr. 2013-Jan. 2015.  Executive director of the Republican Party of New Mexico, June 2012-Jan. 2013.  Campaign manager on Ronnie Cromer for SC Senate District 18, Feb.-June 2012; and direct mail writer/coordinator at Starboard Communications, Feb.-June 2012.  South Carolina state field director on Rick Perry for President, Aug. 2011-Jan. 2012.  Regional field director for the Missouri Republican Party June-Nov. 2010.  Communications director on Bob Livingston for Adjutant General, Jan.-June 2010.  Bachelor's degree in political science from University of South Carolina, Columbia, 2010.  Interned with the SC Republican Party (Fall 2009) and the Romney for President campaign in South Carolina (Aug. 2007-Jan. 2008).

Jamie Smith:  Jesse Nelson
Degree in government and international affairs from Augustana University, 2016.  From Milbank, SD.

Kristi Noem:  Joe Desilets
(Nov. 2021)  Campaign manager on Carla Sands for U.S. Senate (PA), July-Oct. 2021.  Campaign manager on Nick Freitas for Congress (VA), Aug. 2019-Dec. 2020.  Political and digital strategist at Convergence Media, Aug. 2018-Aug. 2019.  Campaign manager on Carla Nelson for Congress, Mar.-Aug. 2018.  Campaign manager on Andrew Lewis for Congress (PA), Oct. 2017-Mar. 2018.  Political director on Kevin Nicholson for U.S. Senate (WI), June-Oct. 2017.  Pennsylvania coalitions director and Central regional political on Donald Trump for President, Aug.-Nov. 2016.  Campaign manager on Pat Mooney for Congress (FL), May-July 2016.  Campaign manager on Andrew Lewis for State Senate (Harrisburg, PA), Feb.-April 2016.  Virginia political director on CARLY for America, Nov. 2015-Feb. 2016.  Managing partner at 21st & Main (political design firm), Jan. 2014-Nov. 2015.  Political director to U.S. Rep. Rob Wittman, Jun.-Nov. 2014.  Deputy political director on Scott Gessler for Governor (CO), Feb.-June 2014.  Victory strategy partner in Alexandria, VA, 2013-14.  Senior project director at Harden Global, 2012-Nov. 2013.  Field director on Perkins for Congress (No. VA), Dec. 2011-Nov. 2012.

Jason Martin:  Emily Cupples
Managing principal at Amplified Public Strategies from Apr. 2021.  Director of communications for the Tennessee Democratic Party, Dec. 2019-Apr. 2021.  Director of the Midtown Memphis Development Corporation, Sept. 2018-Sept. 2020.  Senior policy advisor on Torrey Harris for District 90, Sept. 2019-Jan. 2020.  Strrategic advisor on Davin Clemons for City Council, Dec. 2018-Oct. 2019.  Community director for an education advocacy campaign, July-Nov. 2018.  Campaign manager on Tami Sawyer for Shelby County Commission, Jan.-Aug. 2018.  Special project for Choose 901, Jan. 2013-Jan. 2018.  Data analyst for Education Pioneers, Sept. 2015-July 2016.  B.A. in political science and government from The University of Memphis, 2021.

Bill Lee:  David Topping
(Apr. 2022)  Chief of staff (Feb. 2021-Mar. 2022) and deputy chief of staff (Feb. 2019-Feb. 2021) to the Tennessee Secretary of State.  Field director on Tennesseans for Student Success, Mar. 2016-Feb. 2019.  Deputy campaign manager on Martha Roby for Congress, Nov. 2015-Mar. 2016.  Policy assistant to the Tennessee Secretary of State, Oct. 2014-Mar. 2016.  Research director for the Tennessee Republican Party, Aug. 2012-Oct. 2014.  Director of business development for Helispec Inc., June-Aug. 2012.  Field representative on Bachus for Congress, Jan.-Mar. 2012.  NH field representative on Jon Huntsman for President, June 2011-Jan. 2012.  Political director on Gerald Dial for Alabama State Senate, Aug.-Dec. 2010.  B.A. in political science from Auburn University, 2011; associate's degree in music from Wallace State Community College-Hanceville, 2009.

Beto O'Rourke:  Nick Rathod
(Nov. 2021)  Founder of UpRising Strategies LLC, June 2018-Nov. 2021.  Founder and executive director of State Innovation Exchange (SIX), May 2014-Mar. 2018.  Assistant director for intergovernmental affairs at the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, Sept. 2011-2013.  Special assistant to the President and deputy director for intergovernmental affairs at the White House, Jan. 2009-Sept. 2011.  Washington political director for the NYS Governor David Patterson, Apr. 2007-Nov. 2008.  Senior manager of state and regional affairs at the Center for American Progress, 2005-07.  Community lawyer and organizer at APALRC, 2003-04.  J.D. from American University School of Law; B.A. in political science from Nebraska Wesleyan University, 1997.

Greg Abbott:  Gardner Pate, Campaign Director
(Dec. 2021)  Deputy chief of staff to Gov. Abbott, Mar. 2020-Nov. 2021.  Director of policy and general counsel to Speaker Dennis Bonnen, Jan. 2019-Feb. 2020.  Attorney at Gardner Pate PLLC in Austin, Feb.-Dec. 2018.  Partner at Locke Lord LLP, Sept. 2007-Jan. 2018.  J.D. from the University of Texas School of Law, 2007; B.B.A. in finance from Texas McCombs School of Business, 2004.

Brenda Siegel:  Paige Diana Schoppmann
(Aug. 2022)  Supervisor at Gibson's Cafe in Concord, NH from Aug. 2021.  Campaign manager (contract) on Isaac for Vermont U.S. Senate campaign, June-Aug. 2022.  Regional organizing director in NH for NextGen America, Sept.-Nov. 2020.  Field organizer on Pete for America in Concord, NH from Sept. 2019.  Finance director of the NH State Senate Caucus, May-Sept. 2019.  Newman Civic Fellow for Campus Compact, Aug. 2017-May 2019.  Campus organizer for NH Democratic Coordinated Campaign in Plymouth, July-Dec. 2018.  Bachelor's degree in English language and literature, general from Plymouth State University, 2021.

Phil Scott:  Victoria Biondolillo
(July 2022)  Executive director of the State Workforce Development Board, Aug. 2021-July 2022.  Boards and Commissions Manager in the Office of Gov. Phil Scott, Aug. 2020-July 2022.  Event coordinator for Gov. Phil Scott, Jan.-Feb. 2019.  Office director in Berlin on Phil Scott for Governor, May-Nov. 2018.  Executive intern in the Office of Gov. Phil Scott, Jan.-Sept. 2017.  B.B.A. in political science and government from University of Vermont, 2020.


Tony Evers:  Cassi Fenili
(Jan. 2021...senior advisor from July 2019-Jan. 2021)  Senior advisor to the Democratic Party of Wisconsin, July 2019-Dec. 2020.  Director of gubernatorial appointments to Gov. Evers, Jan.-July 2019.  Deputy campaign manager on Tony for Wisconsin, Aug. 2017-Dec. 2018.  Party affairs director for the Democratic Party of Wisconsin, Oct. 2015-July 2017; surrogates director for the Wisconsin Coordinated Campaign, Aug.-Nov. 2016.  Human resources assistant at St. Mary's Hospital in Madison, Jan.-Oct. 2015.  Deputy finance director (Sept. 2013-Aug. 2014) and deputy membership director (May 2010-Sept. 2013) at the Democratic Party of Wisconsin.  B.A. in political science, social welfare from University of Wisconsin-Madison, 2012.

Tim Michels:  Patrick McNulty
Committee clerk and policy advisor to Sen. Kooyenga, 2019.  Campaign manager on Assemblyman Dale Kooyenga for State Senate (WI), June-Dec. 2018.  Legislative correspondent (Sept. 2017-May 2018) and staff assistant (May 2016-Aug. 2017) to Rep. Paul Ryan.  B.A. in political science, communication from Valparaiso University, 2016.  From Waukesha.

Theresa A. Livingston:
ran own campaign

Mark GordonTom Wiblemo, Campaign Coordinator
Campaign manager on Sen. Tom Barrasso's 2018 re-election.  Executive director of the Wyoming Republican Party in 2016.  Chief of staff  (July 2011-Oct. 2015) and administrative assistant (Jan. 2009-July 2011) to U.S. Rep. Cynthia Lummis.  Chief of staff (Aug. 2001-Jan. 2009) and press secretary (1999-Aug. 2001) to U.S. Rep. Barbara Cubin.  B.S. from South Dakota State University.