Skip to comments.Bolling hires 3 for his governor campaign
Posted on 03/21/2012 10:33:34 AM PDT by Gopher Broke
For Immediate Release March 21, 2012
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BOLLING ANNOUNCES NEW HIRES FOR GUBERNATORIAL CAMPAIGN
RICHMOND Lieutenant Governor Bill Bolling today announced the addition of three members to his gubernatorial campaign. These new additions to the Bolling for Governor campaign will join the Political and Finance departments.
"I've been very pleased by the strong pledges of support that my campaign for Governor has received over the past several months from Virginia's business and political leaders, as well as grass roots Republicans from all across our Commonwealth", Bolling said. "These people understand that I am a mainstream, conservative leader who has a record of working with Republicans and Democrats to get things done in Richmond, and that's the kind of leadership we need to build a better Virginia. I am pleased that my campaign team continues to grow, and by adding these experienced and accomplished leaders to our team we will do even more to effectively communicate our message to all corners of the Commonwealth."
Background on new Bolling hires:
M. Boyd Marcus, Jr., General Consultant. Boyd Marcus is a Partner in Marcus & Allen, a full service political and public affairs consulting firm. Current clients include House Majority Leader Congressman Eric Cantor and the George Allen for U.S. Senate Campaign. From 1998-2001, Boyd Marcus served as Chief of Staff to Governor James S. Gilmore III. Prior to serving as Chief of Staff to Governor Gilmore, Marcus was the chief consultant of the Governors successful campaign. He served as the lead consultant in George Allens successful races in 1991 for Congress and 1993 for Governor. Additional highlights of Boyds political career include serving as Campaign Manager for Coleman For Governor 1989; Virginia State Coordinator for Bush For President 1988; Chief of Staff to Congressman Tom Bliley, 1981-1988; Campaign Manager of the Bliley For Congress Committee in 1980, 1982, and 1986.
Christie Heath, Finance Director. Christie Heath formerly served as the Deputy Secretary of the Commonwealth for Governor Bob McDonnell. Previously, she served as McDonnell for Governors Regional Fundraiser covering Richmond, Roanoke, Southwest Virginia and Southern Virginia. In addition to working for various locally elected officials and U.S. Congressmen Eric Cantor and Rob Wittman, Heath also served as Deputy Campaign Manager for Jerry Kilgores 2001 Attorney General race and Finance Director for his 2005 campaign for Governor raising more money than any candidate for governor in Virginia history.
Trixie Averill, Western Virginia Political Director. Trixie Averill formerly served as the Virginia State Director for Americans for Prosperity. Previously, she was Western Political Director for McDonnell for Attorney General and McDonnell for Governor as well as field positions for every Republican gubernatorial nominee since 1993. Additionally, Averill has been a leader on the Republican Party of Virginias State Central Committee, serving as 6th District GOP Chair, Western District Vice-Chair and 6th District SCC representative.
We can take care of these peoples with a campaign of emails and personal letters detailing to them our DISGUST with Bolling "The Puke".
No, if you support Bolling, you can't be a real Conservative ~
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