Clinton 2016 General Election Campaign Organization, District of Columbia
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State Director  Herb Smith

Has managed races including school board, county council, State Representative and State Senate, and served as consultant on various municipal races.  Political director on Donna Edwards' campaign for U.S. Senate in the Maryland Democratic primary, 2016.  Campaign director for the 100,000 Homes campaign in Maryland.  Field director for the Maryland Dream Campaign, 2012.  GOTV coordinator in Prince George's County on 2006 governor's race.  Degree in political science from Clark Atlanta University.  twitter


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Chairman  Anita Bonds

(first elected chairman in Nov. 2006)   At-Large Member of the Council of the District of Columbia since she was appointed to fill vacancy in Dec. 2012; elected in 2013 special election.  Director of corporate relations for Fort Myer Construction, Inc..  Director of development for Africare. Employed at Georgetown University, and was instrumental in the creation of the Center for Social Justice, Research, Teaching and Service.  Served in the administrations of Mayors Anthony Williams, Sharon Pratt Kelly and Marion Barry.  Worked on the presidential campaigns of Walter F. Mondale, Rev. Jesse Jackson, and Sen Edward M. Kennedy.  Extensive experience on DC campaigns in the 1970s and 80s.  Graduate of U.C. Berkeley.  Grew up in the Benning Ridge neighborhood of DC.  twitter

Executive Director  Don Isaac, Jr.

Vice president at Summit Commercial Real Estate.  Vice president and director of finance and lease compliance at The Meyer Group.  Analyst in the Public Institutions Group at Jones Lang LaSalle.  Master's degree in real estate from Georgetown; B.A in economics from Morehouse College.  (Isaac's father is director of the Mayor's Office of Religious Affairs).