Andrew Cuomo hasn’t publicly announced what he’s running for, but members of his campaign team are emerging.
One addition is Jaime Peters, “director of New Media at Andrew Cuomo 2010.” It’s not totally clear exactly when she was hired, but she recently caught my attention.
It appears that Peters is needed–the campaigns’s social activity Read More
John Del Cecato, the guy who made ads for the last two winning attorney general candidates, signed on to work with Eric Dinallo.
Del Cecato worked on Andrew Cuomo’s campaign in 2006 and, four years earlier, he did the same for Eliot Spitzer (who was running for re-election as AG at the time). Del Cecato Read More
A little more news about Democratic attorney general candidate Sean Coffey, who announced he’s putting $2 million of his own money into his campaign:
He’s hired Jimmy Siegel to do his ads, a campaign source confirmed.
Siegel created the ads for Eliot Spitzer, when he needed to shave the edge off his Read More
The upstate Democratic congressman isn’t negotiating much on the salary, but just think of how it’ll look on your resume.
Here’s the ad he listed with Jobs That Are Left:
Frontline Congressman Dan Maffei’s campaign is seeking highly
motivated Field Organizers for the 2010 Election cycle.
Candidates should have at least one cycle Read More
Reshma Saujani, who is challenging Rep. Carolyn Maloney in a Democratic primary, announced she has a field team in place.
They include an Obama White House intern, an Obama organizer who worked in North Carolina, and an Obama campaign aide who worked on Rep. Scott Murphy’s campaign upstate.
Here’s the release:
• Megan Simpson Read More
Kathleen Rice, the Nassau County district attorney who is running for State AG, announced she’s hired a few key campaign aides (doesn’t seem like they’re putting much stock in the Cuomo campaign talk of a re-election campaign).
Shams Tarek, spokesman. He most recently worked for the NYS Senate Democrats (and, full disclosure, Read More