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Director Iris Wilbur
State field director and deputy Victory director on
the 2011 gubernatorial/Republican campaign in Kentucky. 3rd CD
field director on the 2010 campaign for Louisville Mayor, Congress and
Rand Paul for U.S. Senate. B.S. in management from University of
Albuquerque and Bernalillo County Yotam Levy
(July 2012) Summer associate at First Principle
Consulting, July-Sept. 2011. Parliamentary assistant in the
Office of Knesset Member Yoel Hasson, in Israel, Feb.-June 2010.
M.Phil in politics from University of Oxford, 2012; B.A. in political
science from UC San Diego, 2009.
Roswell and Las Cruces Daniel Sheppard
(July 2012) Student at Texas Tech
Corporal/Non-commissioned officer in the U.S. Marine Corps, 2005-11.
Director of Hispanic Outreach Paulo
Sibaja ...to CO Deputy Coalitions Director in Sept. 2012
(April 2012) A legislative director in the
Assembly, Feb.-April 2012. Director of communications and
legislation at Capitol Resource Institute, 2010-11. Legislative
aide/fellow in the California State Assembly, 2009-10. B.A. in
political science and government from UC Riverside, 2009.
CNN's Peter Hamby reported on Sept. 20 that Republicans were moving
three staffers out of NM and to CO and NV.
Republican Party of New Mexico
Chairman Monty Newman
(elected Dec. 4, 2010) Realtor from Hobbs. Newman was a candidate for the Republican nomination for New Mexico's 2nd CD in 2008, and is the former Mayor of Hobbs.
Executive Director Mark Knoop
(June 2012) Campaign manager on Ronnie Cromer
for SC Senate District 18, Feb.-June 2012; and direct mail
writer/coordinator at Starboard Communications, Feb.-June 2012.
South Carolina state field director on Rick Perry for President, Aug.
2011-Jan. 2012. Regional field director for the Missouri
Republican Party June-Nov. 2010. Communications director on Bob
Livingston for Adjutant General, Jan.-June 2010. Interned with
the SC Republican Party (Fall 2009) and the Romney for President
campaign in South Carolina (Aug. 2007-Jan. 2008). Bachelor's
degree in political science from University of South Carolina,