campaign July 30, 2015
see also: pro-Gilmore super PAC.
Paid Advisor Boyd Marcus
Veteran Virginia consultant. President of Marcus
LLC. Principal at Marcus & Allen for about 20 years until his
endorsement of Terry McAuliffe in Aug. 2013. Led Lt. Gov. Bill
Bolling's campaign for governor until his withdrawal in Nov.
2012. Chief of staff to Gov. Gilmore, 1998-2001; led Gilmore's
1997 campaign for governor focusing on the car tax. Ran Jim
Miller's campaign for the Republican nomination for U.S. Senate against
Ollie North in 1994. Ran J. Marshall Coleman's upset campaign for
the Republican nomination for governor in 1989. Thomas J. Bliley
Jr.'s campaign for Congress. Has known Gilmore since "he and
Gilmore were Young Republicans together at the University of Virginia"
in the 1970s (See.
R.H. Melton. "This Family's Circle
Is Va. Politics." The
Post, Jan. 13, 1998).
Consultant to Gilmore at USA Secure from March 2003;
chief of operations at Gilmore Global Group, LLC from June 2009;
consultant to Gilmore at the Free Congress Foundation from Jan.
Started with Gilmore in Aug. 1998. Studied at Cal State
Chair State Sen. Sam Cataldo
Oct. 16, 2015) Represents District 6, the Farmington area, first
elected in 2012; previously served four terms in the NH House.
nuclear engineer, a businessman and a former commercial
pilot. U.S. Air Force veteran. Graduate of Lowell Tech and
State Coordinator Anne Smith
Oct. 20, 2015) President of The Policy Agency, LLC, a
based consulting firm, since April 1996. Executive director of
the Independent Business Council of New Hampshire, Oct. 2013-Dec.
2014. President of the U.S. Baltic Foundation, 1998-99.
Deputy director and professional staff member at the U.S. Senate
Foreign Relations Committee, June 1988-Dec. 1995. M.A. in
international affairs from The George Washington University, 1990; B.A.
in political science from Frostburg State University.
Kristin N. Power
(ea. Sept. 2015) Co-owner of K Squared Marketing, a public relations and marketing agency in Mount Pleasant, SC. Power has nearly 15 years of experience in marketing, public relations, fundraising, brand development, community relations and special events. Development director for Windwood Farm & Family Services, 2010 -14. Prior to living in Charleston, Power was an account executive with GolinHarris, an international marketing and public relations agency in Atlanta. B.S. degree from Georgia Southern University. Resident of Daniel Island, SC.
See Also: David A. Fahrenthold. "Campaigns start too early? Well, not Jim Gilmore's." The Washington Post, Sept. 7, 2015.