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Hillary Clinton: Press Release - Over 250 Iowa Women to Lead TEAM HILLARY
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Hillary Clinton
Press Release - Over 250 Iowa Women to Lead TEAM HILLARY
November 8, 2007
Campaign 2008
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DES MOINES, IA –Today, Iowans for Hillary announced the names of over 250 women who have joined the Women's Leadership Council for Team Hillary, a grassroots network of women working to make history by electing Hillary president of the United States. Team Hillary is committed to increasing the participation of women in the caucuses by working within their community networks, church groups and family ties. The leaders have united behind Hillary because of her incredible record fighting for families, making college more affordable, and expanding access to affordable health care. With her depth of experience, working women and families recognize they will have a powerful advocate in the White House.

"Hillary Clinton has been a tireless advocate for families and children and has proved she can deliver by providing six million children health insurance through her spearheading of the State Children's Health Insurance Program," said Former First Lady Christie Vilsack. "Working families need an advocate like Hillary Clinton in the White House and I will do everything I can to support her across Iowa."

"Supporting Hillary was an easy choice for me. She is a leader, a uniter, and has never stopped fighting for America's working families," said former Iowa Attorney General and Director of the Office of Violence Against Women, Bonnie Campbell. "I have watched Hillary since she was First Lady fighting to improve our schools and expanding access to affordable and quality health care. She is our greatest defender and I will do everything I can to help make her successful in the caucuses."

"As a mother herself, Hillary understands the difficulties in balancing work and family and has proposed to expand the Family and Medical Leave Act for that reason," said Iowa State Senator Staci Appel. "Hillary is an advocate for families and will fight to provide a safe and happy future for my kids. Hillary has worked so hard to help my family so I will do the same for her."

"Team Hillary is a key component of my campaign in Iowa, said Hillary. "I am honored to have the support and efforts of this talented and hard working group of women leaders across Iowa."

Women's Leadership Council for Hillary:

  • Jacky Adams of Red Oaks, Montgomery County; Montgomery County Activist
  • Sue Akers of Council Bluffs, Pottawattamie County; Democratic Activist
  • Mary Aliva of Des Moines, Polk County; Educator and Mother of Seven
  • Marti Anderson of Des Moines, Polk County; Social Worker and Crime Victim Activist
  • Jennifer Andrews of Bayard, Guthrie County; Union Leader
  • Staci Appel of Ackworth, Warren County; State Senator
  • Ann Au of Des Moines, Polk County; Small Business Owner
  • Deb Babb of Pleasant Hill, Polk County; Union Leader
  • Theresa Backham of Des Moines, Polk County; Local Activist
  • Catherine Bagley of Nevada, Story County; Healthcare Professional and Activist
  • Regenia Bailey of Iowa City, Johnson County; City Councilwoman
  • Raela Baird-Rightsell of Tabor, Mills County; AFSCME Union Representative
  • Bonnie Bannister of Washington, Washington County; Iowans for Hillary County Coordinator, Democratic Activist
  • Dona Bark of De Witt, Clinton County; Past President and current Vice President of the Central Community School District Board of Directors; Past PTA President of the Central Community School District
  • Ruth Barnhill of Albia, Monroe County; Former Monroe County Vice-Chair; Activist
  • Kathy Bass of Cedar Rapids, Linn County; Business Owner
  • Deb Batey of Mt. Pleasant, Henry County; Educator
  • Elaine Baxter of Burlington, Des Moines County; Former Secretary of State
  • Pat Baxter-Rebal of Leclaire, Scott County; Political Activist
  • Linda Beatty of Indianola, Warren County; Former State Rep. and Former City Council Member
  • Katie Beckett of Cedar Rapids, Linn County; Disability Rights Activist
  • Rosanne Beyer of Dows, Franklin County; Mayor
  • Patty Bittner of Granger, Dallas County; Activist
  • Barbara Boatwright of Des Moines, Polk County; Founding Member of Dawn and Retired Social Worker
  • Devin Boerm of Des Moines, Polk County; Activist
  • Connie Boesen of Des Moines, Polk County; Community Activist and School Board Member
  • Cheryl Bolden of Des Moines, Polk County; Vice President of Sisters on Target
  • Kay Bolton of West Des Moines, Polk County; Political Activist
  • Linda Boothe Braby of Davis City, Decatur County; Political Activist
  • Margaret Borgen of Des Moines, Polk County; Community Activist, Volunteer and Former School Board Member
  • Dody Boswell of Des Moines, Polk County; Educator
  • Kerry Bowen of Windsor Heights, Polk County; Women for a Stronger America and CWA member
  • Susie Boyd of Shenandoah, Page County; Activist
  • Alissa Brammer of Des Moines, Polk County; Political Activist
  • Shelley Brody of Des Moines, Polk County; Activist
  • Mary Rose Brown of Iowa Falls, Hardin County; Political Activist, and Former Hardin County Treasurer
  • Carol Brown of Bettendorf, Scott County; President of Quad Cities NOW
  • Pat Brown of Ames, Story County; Community Activist
  • Maria Brummel of Mc Gregor, Clayton County; Democratic Activist
  • Donna Buell of Spirit Lake, Dickenson County; Attorney
  • Kathy Butler of Woodward, Dallas County; Union Leader
  • Bonnie Campbell of Des Moines, Polk County; Former Attorney General, Iowa Democratic Party Chair, and Clinton Administration Appointee heading Violence Against Women Office
  • Jo Campbell of Carter Lake, Pottawattamie County; Professional Educator; former Assistant Superintendent of Pottawattamie County
  • Mickey Carlson of Adel, Dallas County; Former Dallas County Chair
  • Pat Carmody of Colo, Story County; Activist
  • Sheri Carnahan of Davenport, Scott County; Deputy Political Director of AFSCME Council 61
  • Suki Cell of Mount Vernon, Linn County; Retired
  • Claire Celsi of Des Moines, Polk County; Political Activist
  • Cande Cerniglia of West Des Moines, Polk County; Democratic Activist
  • Marilyn Chiodo of Des Moines, Polk County; Activist
  • Jean Classon of Des Moines, Polk County; President of Iowa NOW
  • Deborah Conger of Iowa City, Johnson County; Former County Recorder
  • Joyce Connors of Dubuque, Dubuque County; Hills and Dales Board, Riverview Center Inc. Board, Convention Visitors Bureau
  • Connie Cook of Des Moines, Polk County; Educator
  • Norma Coret of Woodbine, Harrison County; Former County Chair
  • Camile Curley of Mason City, Cerro Gordo County; Women and Political Activist
  • Lynn Cutler of Waterloo, Black Hawk County; Honorary; Former Black Hawk County Supervisor and Former Senior Staff in the Clinton Administration
  • Sondy Daggett of Cedar Rapids, Linn County; Small Business Owner
  • Judith Dailey of Newton, Jasper County; Democratic Activist
  • Swati Dandekar of Marion, Linn County; State Representative
  • Laurie Davis of Charles City, Floyd County; Political and Community Volunteer
  • Sharon Dearden of Des Moines, Polk County; Community Activist
  • Linda Del Gallo of Des Moines, Polk County; Attorney
  • Tammy D-Ferrell of Roland, Story County; Educator
  • Jasmine Draper of Ames, Story County; Student Activist
  • Suzy Drish of Fairfield, Jefferson County; Democratic Activist and Farmer
  • Pam Duffy of Adel, Dallas County; Activist
  • Monica Edwards of Anamosa, Jones County; Union Leader
  • Christine Edwards of Anamosa, Jones County; Union Leader
  • Bonnie Eggers of Agency, Wapello County; Labor Activist
  • Cynthia Eisenhauer of Ankeny, Polk County; Former Chief of Staff for Governor Tom Vilsack
  • Maureen Elbert of Whittemore, Kossuth County; Exectuive Diector of Kossuth & Palo Alto Economic Development; President of Professional Developers of Iowa
  • Mary Elgar of Mt. Pleasant, Henry County; Community Activist and Member and Former Chair of Henry County Democrats and 3rd Congressional District Central Committee
  • Sarah England of Iowa City, Johnson County; Professor, University of Iowa
  • Helen Epperson of Ottumwa, Wapello County; Political Activist
  • Shelly Escobedo of Fort Dodge, Webster County; Webster County Activist
  • Ida Ferring of Eldridge, Scott County; Democratic Activist
  • Paige Fiedler of Johnston, Polk County; Attorney
  • Patti Fields of Iowa City, Johnson County; Iowa City School Board Member; Member of the Advisory Board for University of Iowa Civic Engagement
  • Jennifer Flaherty of Cedar Rapids, Linn County; Nurse
  • Fran Fleck of West Des Moines, Polk County; Community Activist and Volunteer
  • Alice Floss of Iowa City, Johnson County; Community Activist
  • Valentina Fominykh of Des Moines, Polk County; International Consultant and Community Activist
  • Cynthia Forbes of Urbandale, Dallas County; Women for a Stronger America Treasurer
  • Patricia Foster of Dubuque, Dubuque County; Educator
  • Catherine Fouts of Newton, Jasper County; Community Volunteer
  • Melanie Friedman of Iowa City, Johnson County; Political Activist
  • Ellen Fritz of Council Bluffs, Pottawattamie County; Union Leader
  • Cassandra Furlong of Des Moines, Polk County; AFSCME Member
  • Kathryn Glasgo of Corning, Adams County; Activist
  • Annie Glawe of Ames, Story County; Student Activist
  • Kathe Goldstein of Cedar Rapids, Linn County; Activist and Volunteer
  • Kerry Goodson of Des Moines, Polk County; Activist
  • Lynn Graves of Waukee, Dallas County; Political Activist
  • Madonna Griffith of Lawton, Woodbury County; Nurse
  • Connie Gronstal of Council Bluffs, Pottawattamie County; Iowa Civil Rights Commissioner; FAMILY Programs Supervisor; AEA School Social Worker of 28 Years
  • Kate Gronstal of Council Bluffs, Pottawattamie County; PE; Civil Engineer; Community and Political Activist
  • Julie Haggerty of Urbandale, Polk County; Polk County Recorder
  • Kay Halloran of Cedar Rapids, Linn County; Mayor
  • Diane Hamilton of Storm Lake, Buena Vista County; Attorney and Former Buena Vista County Chair
  • Johnie Hammond of Ames, Story County; Former State Senator and died-in-the-wool Democrat
  • Karla Hansen of Holstein, Ida County; Healthcare Activist
  • Ruth Harkin of Cumming, Warren County; Business leader, Attorney and Clinton Administration Appointee as President and CEO of the Overseas Private Investment Corporation
  • Marisue Hartung of Ames, Story County; Democratic Activist and Social Worker
  • Sharon Haselhoff of Iowa City, Johnson County; Political Activist
  • Myrna Heddinger of Palo Alto, Palo Alto County; Activist
  • Carolyn Heising of Ames, Story County; Professor of Engineering, Iowa State University
  • Cindy Heland of Burlington, Des Moines County; Political Activist
  • Megan Heneke of Iowa City, Johnson County; Past President of Iowa College Democrats and University of Iowa Democrats
  • Carmen Hernandez of Dubuque, Dubuque County; Educator
  • Sue Heslinga of Oskaloosa, Mahaska County; Educator and Activist
  • Carla Hicklin of Oskaloosa, Mahaska County; Activist
  • Nicole Hinton of Waukee, Dallas County; Political Activist
  • Linda Hinton of Des Moines, Polk County; Political Activist
  • Coleen Homan of Des Moines, Polk County; Union Leader
  • Barbara Hood of Fairfield, Jefferson County; Former Jefferson County Chair
  • Liz Hoskins of Cedar Rapids, Linn County; Community Activist
  • Ida Houk of Ottumwa, Wapello County; Wapello County Democratic Central Committee member
  • Sandra Hudson of Iowa City, Johnson County; Activist
  • Elizabeth Jacobi of Cedar Rapids, Linn County; Municipal Attorney
  • Carolyn Jenison of Des Moines, Polk County; River Bend Association resident and neighborhood Activist
  • Lee Jolliffe of Des Moines, Polk County; Professor of Journalism at Drake University
  • Cheryll Jones of Bloomfield, Davis County; Political Activist
  • Susan Judkins of Clive, Polk County; Business Leader, Community Volunteer, and President of Nexus
  • Theresa Kehoe of Des Moines, Polk County; Political Activist
  • Patricia Kelly of Dubuque, Dubuque County; Activist
  • Eileen Kennedy of New Hampton, Chickasaw County; Activist
  • Kay Kibbie of Emmetsburg, Palo Alto County; Life long Political Activist, Mother and Grandmother
  • Susan Knapp of Van Meter, Dallas County; Business Leader and Philanthropist
  • Diane Kolmer of West Des Moines, Polk County; Political and Policy Activist
  • Kati Kregel of Fort Dodge, Webster County; Community Activist and former director of Buena Vista Uiversity Fort Dodge Center
  • Mary Ford Krier of Ollie, Keokuk County; Business Women, Former Supervisor, Farm Activist, and Child Advocate
  • Julie Kron Bruntz of West Des Moines, Polk County; Attorney
  • Shayna Kurland of Ames, Story County; Student Activist
  • Donna Lawson of Jefferson, Greene County; Greene County Treasurer
  • Barbara Leach of , Cass County; Honorary; Former Vice Chair of the Iowa Democratic Party; President, Rural America Now
  • Earlene Ledford of Muscatine, Muscatine County; Union Leader
  • Vicki Lensing of Iowa City, Johnson County; State Representative
  • Alice Lopez of Lowden, Cedar County; Cedar County Task Force on Elderly issues
  • Margaret Lucas of Bedford, Taylor County; Democratic Activist and Red Hatter
  • Amanda Luong of Des Moines, Polk County; Local Activist
  • Janet Lyness of Iowa City, Johnson County; Johnson County Attorney
  • Carolyn Lynner of Des Moines, Polk County; Activist
  • Cyril Mandelbaum of West Des Moines, Polk County; CPA; Past President of Nexus
  • Valentina Martin of Waterloo, Black Hawk County; Author and Retired Realtor
  • Mary Mascher of Iowa City, Johnson County; State Representative
  • Dorothy Mauro of Des Moines, Polk County; Activist
  • Grace Mauro of Des Moines, Polk County; Retired
  • Jo McCarty of Iowa City, Johnson County; Educator
  • Martha McCormick of Des Moines, Polk County; Activist
  • Erin McCullough of Lake View, Sac County; Attorney
  • Mary McGee of Des Moines, Polk County; Attorney
  • Dr. Andy McGuire of Des Moines, Polk County; Former Lieutenant Governor Candidate
  • Alissa McKinney of Des Moines, Polk County; Activist
  • Sue McKinney of Colo, Story County; Famer and Vineyard owner
  • Betty McMahon of Muscatine, Muscatine County; Iowans for Hillary County Coordinator; Muscatine County Chair
  • Juanita Mehmen of Charles City, Floyd County; Red Hater and Chaplain of the Veterans of Foreign Wars
  • Doreen Meier of Cedar Rapids, Linn County; Hill's Angels, Volunteer at St. Luke's Hospital, Member of Poe Chapter HJ, Volunteer at St. Paul's Methodist Church
  • Rocky Menke of Fort Madison, Lee County; Labor and Political Activist
  • Paula Meyer , Mitchell County; Board Member, Federal Home Loan Bank of Des Moines and Luther College and President, Friends of Ngong Road
  • Jeanne Middleton of Ankeny, Polk County; Union Leader
  • Mary Mincer Hansen of Panora, Guthrie County; Former Director of the Iowa Public Health Department
  • Deb Mitchell of West Des Moines, Polk County; Realtor
  • Joni Mitchell Schnoes of West Des Moines, Dallas County; Educator
  • Juanita Moreno of Glenwood, Mills County; Activist
  • Kim Motl of Fort Dodge, Webster County; Chair of Webster County Democrats
  • Jessie Myers of Ames, Story County; Student Activist
  • Vi Neil of La Porte City, Black Hawk County; Activist
  • Charlotte Nelson of Des Moines, Polk County; Advocate
  • Pat Nichols of Knoxville, Marion County; County Coordinator; Activist
  • Marcia Nichols of Johnston, Polk County; Political Director, AFSCME Iowa Council 61
  • Mary Norton of New Hartford, Butler County; Former County Supervisor and retired educator
  • Becky Olafsen of Monona, Clayton County; Educator and Democratic Activist
  • Patsy Olejniczak of Fort Dodge, Webster County; Webster County Coordinator, Iowans for Hillary
  • Linda Olson of Marengo, Iowa County; Activist
  • Jean Oxley of Cedar Rapids, Linn County; First Woman to Sit on Linn County Board of Supervisors
  • Kim Painter of Iowa City, Johnson County; Johnson County Recorder
  • Jerica Parker of Cedar Rapids, Linn County; Cedar Rapids Activist
  • Peggy Paullin of Norwalk, Warren County; Small Business Owner
  • Sally Pederson of Des Moines, Polk County; Former Lieutenant Governor
  • Phyllis Peters of Ames, Story County; Political Activist and former Story County Chair
  • Mary Peterson of Centerville, Appanoose County; Democratic Activist
  • Phyllis Peterson of Cedar Rapids, Linn County; Educator
  • Barbara Pfieffer of Saint Charles, Madison County; Activist
  • Palma Pope of Whiting, Monona County; County Vice Chair
  • Cynthia Posovich of Oskaloosa, Mahaska County; Activist
  • Marcella Prevo of Bloomfield, Davis County; Former Director of Women and Children's Health for WIC in 7 counties; Realtor
  • Sandra Quilty of Des Moines, Polk County; Activist
  • Holly Raczkowski of Decorah, Winneshiek County; Troop Leader Girl scout Troops 345 and 348 of Decorah Council Delegate of Girl Scouts of Eastern Iowa and Western Illinois.
  • Linda Reichert of Muscatine, Muscatine County; Small Business Owner and Activist
  • Mary E. Richards of Ames, Story County; Former Story County Attorney
  • Mary Riche of Des Moines, Polk County; Activist
  • Doreen Rick of Mason City, Cerro Gordo County; Educator
  • Marcia Rogers of Cedar Rapids, Linn County; President of Management Resource Group
  • Judy Rose of Anamosa, Jones County; Secretary of Jones County Democrats
  • Judy Rutledge of West Des Moines, Polk County; Activist
  • Holly Sagar of Des Moines, Polk County; Labor and Community Services Activist; Chair of the Iowa Commission on the Status of Women
  • Laura Sands of Des Moines, Polk County; Polk County Activist
  • Becky Schmitz of Fairfield, Jefferson County; State Senator
  • Pat Schneider of Des Moines, Polk County; Community Volunteer
  • Lori SchraderBachar of Ankeny, Polk County; Community Volunteer
  • Mary Ann Schuldt of Sioux City, Woodbury County; Retired Educator
  • Dawn Schulte of Burlington, Des Moines County; Educator
  • Jeanne Shannon of Independence, Buchanan County; Former County Recorder
  • Patsy Shors of Des Moines, Polk County; Activist
  • Christina Siepker of Urbandale, Polk County; Union Leader
  • Georgia Sievers of Avoca, Pottawattamie County; Former Vice Chair of Pottawattamie County Democrats
  • Julie Smith of Des Moines, Polk County; Attorney
  • Constance Smith of Johnston, Polk County; Life long Democratic Activist, mother and grandmother
  • Campbell Spencer of Des Moines, Polk County; Former GLBT Outreach Director for the Democratic National Committee and Gore 2000
  • Sara Porter Stark of Cedar Rapids, Linn County; Volunteer at Cedar Rapids Free Health Clinic and Hill's Angels
  • Julie Stauch of Des Moines, Polk County; Community and Political Activist
  • Sarah Stephenson of Iowa City, Johnson County; Activist and University of Iowa Law Student
  • Mary Stier of Des Moines, Polk County; Former Publisher, Des Moines Register
  • Ann Stough of Panora, Guthrie County; Guthrie County Democratic Party Secretary
  • Jean Stowell of Northwood, Wright County; Activist
  • Maura Strassberg of Grinnell, Poweshiek County; Professor, Drake Law School
  • Sally Stutsman of Riverside, Johnson County; Johnson County Supervisor
  • Sarah Sunderman of Ames, Story County; ISU Democrats President
  • Gail Sunner of Ventura, Cerro Gordo County; Nurse and Community Activist
  • Kim Taylor of Cedar Rapids, Linn County; Mother and Political Activist
  • Dawn Taylor of Des Moines, Polk County; Activist
  • Carrie Tedore of Dubuque, Dubuque County; Executive Committee, Dubuque County Democrats
  • Linda Terry of Greenfield, Adair County; Former Chair, Adair County Democrats and Farm Activist
  • Connie Terry of Earlham, Madison County; Educator
  • Dr. Julianne Thomas of Cedar Rapids, Linn County; Pediatrician and Community Activist
  • Cathy Thompson of Dubuque, Dubuque County; Community Activist
  • Geri Thornsberry of Waterloo, Black Hawk County; Organizational Consultant
  • Sara Tokheim of North Liberty, Johnson County; Activist
  • Rita Vargas of Davenport, Scott County; Scott County Recorder
  • Christie Vilsack of Mt. Pleasant, Henry County; Former First Lady of Iowa
  • Judy Wagner of Larrabee, Cherokee County; Former Mayor of Larrabee, Activist
  • Marcia Wanamaker of Waukee, Dallas County; Real Estate Developer
  • Kathryn Waterhouse of Sperry, Des Moines County; Supporter
  • Susan Webster of Norwalk, Warren County; Realtor and Ecobroker
  • Theresa Weeg of Des Moines, Polk County; Activist
  • Phyllis Weeks of Knoxville, Marion County; Marion County Chair and 3rd Congressional District Central Committee
  • Margi Weiss of Des Moines, Polk County; Activist
  • Sharon Wellendorf of Ida Grove, Ida County; Director of Nursing at Horn Memorial
  • Anita Wendt of Sioux City, Woodbury County; Retired Educator and Community Activist
  • Deb Westvold of Des Moines, Polk County; Social Worker & Mental Health Advocate
  • Robin White of Earlville, Delaware County; Union Leader
  • Donna Whitead of Sioux City, Woodbury County; Activist
  • Karen Wick of Mediapolis, Des Moines County; Des Moines County Central Committee
  • Ann Wilde of West Des Moines, Polk County; Marketing Consultant
  • Jane Wilson of Burlington, Des Moines County; Community Activist and Director of an Energy Assistance Program in Southeast Iowa
  • Cindy Winckler of Davenport, Scott County; State Representative & Past President of National Business and Professional Women
  • Jane Witt of Cedar Rapids, Linn County; Community Activist and Volunteer
  • Linda Yoder of Marengo, Iowa County; County Supervisor
  • Sarah Zaruba of Newton, Jasper County; Union Leader
  • Grace Zimmerman of Anamosa, Jones County; Former County Treasurer
  • Rachel Zimmermann of Iowa City, Johnson County; Political Activist


Citation: Hillary Clinton: "Press Release - Over 250 Iowa Women to Lead TEAM HILLARY," November 8, 2007. Online by Gerhard Peters and John T. Woolley, The American Presidency Project. http://www.presidency.ucsb.edu/ws/?pid=92077.
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