Obama General Election
Campaign Organization, Oregon
April 14, 2009 disclaimer
Obama for America
Hill) During the primaries LaPan served as
Oregon political director,
Massachusetts state director, and started out working on the NH primary
doing health care, environment, disabilities, sportsmen in the
department. Worked in state government in Montana. In Fall
2004 LaPan was early vote/vote by mail deputy at the DNC. Worked
on Howard Dean's 2003-04 NH primary campaign first as a Seacoast area
then as the regional director in the Concord office. Graduate of
The George Washington University with a degree in political science,
2003. From Santa Fe, New Mexico.
(July 2008) On leave
from position as public relations account executive at Origin
Design. Communications director for Congressman Al Green
(TX-9). Worked for Houston investment bank, Sanders Morris
Harris, performing client service in institutional sales. Degree
in political science from the University of Houston.
representative at Evergreen Investments, 2007. B.A. in government
from the University of Texas at Austin, 2006.
|New Media Director
Campaign for Change
| 3016 SE Division Street | Portland, OR 97202
opening July 13, 2008
Field director on Obama's
Oregon primary campaign; started as Manchester regional field director
on Obama's NH primary campaign. A regional field director on Jon
Tester’s 2006 U.S. Senate race in Montana. A field organizer in
Gresham (Multnomah County East) on Carry Oregon, the 2004 Democratic
Coordinated Campaign. Raised in Seattle; originally from
(A deputy political
director for the Obama campaign in Oregon during the primary) Deputy field director at the
Democratic Party of Oregon and worked for the DNC in 2006-08 as one of
the 50-state partnership staff; started working
at the DPO
in Feb. 2004 and served as
volunteer coordinator on Carry
Oregon (Coordinated Campaign) in Fall 2004. Worked as a car
salesman for a
political activity with Oregon Physicians for Social Responsibility in
2000. Studied cultural anthropology at Reed College.
Grew up in Rhinebeck, NY and Massachusetts.
Regional field director in
Salem on the primary campaign; started as a field organizer on the NH primary campaign
Regional field director in
Corvallis on the primary campaign; started as a field organizer on the
NH primary campaign (Nashua office). Graduate of Wesleyan
Organizers: Alex, Hoekstra,
Caleb Hayes, Jonathan Manton, Eric Litmer, Diana Aguilar, Amanda
Gibson, James Richards, Oren Frey, Erin Devaney, Patrick New, Adrian
Rosolie, Daniel Tawfik, Sheeba Suhaskumar, Francis Choi, Madeline
Blount, Ty Schwoffermann, Caryn Pipinich, Stuart Dotson, Joss
Whittaker, Curtis Haley, Maxwell Brown, Noah Dorson, Steven Coatsworth,
Sean Mann, Nicholas Fenster, Seth Moore, Andrew Gorry, Dan Phipps.
Portland - 1516 NE
Killingsworth St., Portland, OR 97211
- 14025 SW Farmington Rd.,
Bend - 117 Northwest Oregon Ave., Bend,
Corvallis - 223 NW 2nd St., Corvallis,
Eugene - 150 West Broadway, Eugene, OR
Florence - 494 HWY 101, Florence, OR
Gresham - Hood Center, 1665 NE Division
St, Gresham, OR 97030
McMinnville - 448 NE 3rd St.,
McMinnville, OR 97128
Medford - 105 E. Main St., Medford, OR 97051
Oregon City - 611 Main Street, Oregon
City, OR 97045
Pendleton - 21 SW Frazer Ave.,
Pendleton, OR 97801
Salem - 210 Liberty St. SE, Salem, OR 97301
N/NE Portland, and Oregon City offices opened July 24, 2008)
(Aug. 2008) Senior
communications associate at the Raben Group, 2007-08. Assistant
to the legislative director in the Office of Sen. Edward M. Kennedy,
Nov. 2004-Jan. 2007; staff assistant on Committee on the Judiciary,
2003-04. Reporter for the Collierville Herald, 2000-02.
B.A. in journalism from the University of Memphis, 1999.
(July 2008) Oregon field
director/DNC State Partnership Program, Feb. 2006-July 2008. Long
range planner II for the Oregon Department of Transportation, 2005-06. Worked on various legislative,
statewide and congressional races in Idaho begining in 1996. M.P.A. from Idaho State University, 2005.
Candidate for State Rep. in the May
2008 primary. Constituency director at the Democratic Party of
Oregon, 2006-07. Worked in Multnomah County SUN Schools; worked
for Self Enhancement, Inc.. B.A. in American and European history
from Spelman College. Grew up in Gresham and the Parkrose area of
Director/Deputy Political Director
Party of Oregon | 232 NE 9th
Ave. | Portland, OR 97232 (503)
served as a Party county chairperson, chair of several Party
committees, worked full time on a congressional campaign and
volunteered on many congressional, gubernatorial, legislative, city and
county campaigns; has served as precinct committee person for over 20
May 15, 2007) Before
joining the DPO, Lutz was deputy legislative director for Gov.
Kulongoski. In 2006 he headed Gov. Kulongoski's
In 2004 he headed Congressman David Wu's fundraising. Deputy
field director for the DPO’s Coordinated Campaign, 2002. Field
organizer for the DPO in Clatsop County, 2000. Graduate of Rhodes
College in Memphis, TN in 2000. Grew up in rural Ponca City, OK.
In 2001 he began assisting the DPO on a
volunteer basis; in 2002 he managed the voter file for the coordinated
campaign, and in 2003 he came to work full time for the party.
Worked for biotechnology firm. Worked with Advanced Micro Devices
for 13 years and Integrated Device Technology for five years, holding
the position of corporate marketing manager. Worked in the
marketing department of Fairchild Semiconductor.
(March 2008) Previously worked
nine years in sales and event planning. Has also worked as a disc
jockey, chef and circus performer. Originally from Wenatchee, WA.
Came to the Democratic Party of Oregon in
1996 after a career in banking and many years as the Treasurer for
14 offices across Oregon.
Rob Hill served as Obama for America's initial State
(announced June 25, 2008
through Aug. 2008) Served as Obama's state
director for the Oregon primary and earlier as Vermont
director for the March 4 primary, Maine state director for the Feb. 10
caucuses, and state field director on the Jan. 8 NH primary
Directed Montana Democrats' 2006 Coordinated Campaign. Field
for Carry Oregon (2004 Oregon Democratic Coordinated Campaign); field
in Waterloo on Kerry's Iowa caucus campaign. Field organizer and
then field director on Sen. Max Baucus' 2002 re-election
Worked as an environmental organizer with the PIRGs, first in Georgia
then in New Jersey. Graduated from the University of Virginia
a B.A. in history.
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