updated November 16, 2007
RON PAUL 2008 PRESIDENTIALCAMPAIGN
(announced Sept. 21, 2007)
Ivers served as Iowa campaign chairman for Pat Buchanan in 1996 and 2000.
Iowa campaign chairman for Pat Robertson in 1988; chaired Robertson's state-wide
organization that led to the creation of the initial 1989 Christian Coalition
of Iowa (now known as the Iowa Christian Alliance). Two-time Republican
State Central Committee member and served on many Iowa campaigns including
those of Roger Jepsen, Terry Branstad, Chuck Grassley, and Ronald Reagan.
Iowa Republican Party activist for 30 years and is a four-time Republican
National Convention delegate. Purple Heart honoree for his service
in Vietnam. Geneticist trained in the Iowa educational system.
Headquarters: 405 6th Avenue, Suite 104, Des Moines IA 50309
Paul at grand opening on Aug. 9, 2007
From Chicago; started out as
an organizer of a Ron Paul MeetUp in Chicago.
From Ocheyedan (Osceola County).
Runs Copperhead Consulting Services, a consulting business; has developed
a specialty running campaigns against school bond initiatives in the Midwest.
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Attorney from Washington State.
Active with the Libertarian Party in Washington; ran for office three times
and ran a PAC for 3 years for local LP candidates. In his 2000 run
for U.S. Senate Jared gained 64,734 votes (2.63%) in a tightly contested
race in which Maria Cantwell defeated Sen. Slade Gorton by just 2,229 votes.
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Recently graduated with a degree
in communication arts and creative writing from Asbury College and just
finished a bicycle ride across the United States. From Ohio.
Polk County: Davis Fischer,
(took the position of Deputy
Campaign Manager in No. Virginia) Talk show host in Fairfield, Iowa
and managing director of J. Seehusen & Assoc.. Executive director
of the Libertarian National Committee through July 2005. Libertarian
candidate for Congress in Iowa's 3rd CD in 2000; obtained about 1 percent
of the vote.
Field staffer Heather Olson
late Feb. 2007
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