Clark-Campaign Organization, Michigan
Clark for President Michigan Leadership
Campaign Headquarters: 19512 Livernois Ave.,
7 & 8 mile)
A Michigan native
in Ann Arbor, Houle has extensive Michigan campaign experience.
recently, he managed the statewide races of Gary Peters for Attorney
and Judge Edward Thomas for Supreme Court. Houle's experience
includes extensive field work for both state and federal campaigns in
as well as work for the AFL-CIO.
In Michigan, Kivork
was a field
manager for the AFL-CIO, coordinating their statewide get out the vote
program during the 2002 primary. He has campaign field experience
ranging from City Council races to statewide gubernatorial contests.
Beeton grew up in
earned his B.S. from Albion College, and considers Michigan to be
After college he worked in Grand Rapids for the Michigan Democratic
as their West Michigan press secretary during the 1996 election
He moved to Washington, DC and served in the Clinton Administration,
at the Department of Health and Human Services and the Department of
In 2000 Beeton served as the Gore/Lieberman press secretary in
Most recently, he served as a press secretary in the U.S. House of
Wilson was a founder
Director of The PotterConally Consultancy, an Atlanta based public
and corporate-responsibility firm. He served as Director of
Alliances and Strategic Marketing for Dell Computer Corporation.
During the Clinton Administration he served as Special Assistant to the
Assistant Secretary for Legislation at the United States Department of
Health and Human Services, Special Assistant to the CEO and Deputy
of Public Information at Fannie Mae, and Special Assistant to the
to the President for Political Affairs in the Clinton White House.
Nawas moved from
Arkansas where she earned her MBA from the Sam Walton College of
at the University of Arkansas; she has a background in business
and litigation support for privately owned companies.
Sen. Gilda Jacobs
Rep. Julie Dennis
of Michigan Regent Kathy White
County Treasurer Dan Kildee 12/27/03
State Rep. Ed LaForge
State Rep. Mary Schoer
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