So, the New York presidential delegate lists show, unsurprisingly, that many of Hillary Clinton’s are elected officials, while most of Barack Obama’s and John Edwards’ delegates are politically active non-officials.
Some names that drew my attention:
Marc Landis, who ran in a special election for the assembly seat on Manhattan’s west side.
Roy Moskowitz, who managed Steven Harrison’s congressional campaign without getting any help from the D.C.C.C.
Chris Owens, who unsuccessfully ran for his father’s congressional seat in Brooklyn. (alternate)
Corey Johnson, who worked on campaigns for Mark Green, Craig Johnson and Andrea Stewart Cousins.
Dilia Schack, a Brooklyn Democratic activist who claimed Vito Lopez had an aide track her down at an airport to sign a petition during the 2006 state Democratic convention.
Marty Mack, a top aide to Eliot Spitzer.
Melinda Katz, a City Council member and candidate for comptroller.
City Councilman David Weprin, also and running for comptroller. (alternate)
David Mejias, a county legislator in Nassau who might run for the state senate. (alternate)