|Joe Lieberman for President, Inc.
Senator Joe Lieberman announced his presidential campaign and filed
papers with the FEC establishing his presidential campaign committee on
January 13, 2003. Craig T. Smith is national campaign director and
Joe Lieberman for President, Inc. California
(announced May 29, 2003)
Elected Lieutenant Governor in 1998 and re-elected in 2002. Elected
to the Assembly in a special election in 1993, Bustamante became Speaker
in 1996. A native of San Joaquin, Calif.
(announced June 6, 2003)
Campaign manager for California Governor Gray Davis' 1998 and 2002 campaigns.
(The American Association of Political Consultants named South "Campaign
Manager of the Year" in 1999.) Senior advisor to the Gore/Leberman California
campaign in 2000. Managed Davis' 1994 campaign for lieutenant governor.
South has been a political strategist for over 30 years. He was communications
director to Ohio Gov. Richard F. Celeste and Midwest Regional Finance Director
of the DNC. He served in the Department of Agriculture during the
Carter Administration. Robert Scheer, Los Angeles Times contributing
editor, described South as "Davis' hatchet man" in a March 13, 2001 column
writer David Podvin opined in a January 2003 piece (>)
that, "In many ways, South is the Democratic Karl Rove."
Rep. Dennis Cardoza (CA-18)
Rep. Cal Dooley (CA-20)
Rep. Ellen Tauscher (CA-10)
Mel Levine - former Congressman
Robert Hertzberg - former
State Assembly Speaker
John Doerr - Venture Capitalist,
Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers
Sandy Robertson - Chairman,
Henry Samueli - Chairman,
Donna Dubinsky - CEO, Handspring
Dan Scheinman - Senior Vice
Chris Greene - CEO, Greene
Neill Brownstein - Investor,
formerly of Bessemer Venture Capital
Hilda Applbaum - Money Manager,
Yitz Applbaum - Venture
Capitalist, Light Speed Venture Partners
John Freidenrich - Executive,
Steve Perlman - President,
Rearden Studios, Inc.
Dick Kramlich - Co-Founder,
New Enterprise Associates