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Mindy Myers: 13 to Watch in Central Mass in 2013

Tuesday, January 01, 2013

 

Following her victory over incumbent Republican Senator Scott Brown in November, Democratic Senator-elect Elizabeth Warren named her campaign manager Mindy Myers as her Chief of Staff for her term in Washington beginning this month.

As campaign manager, Myers was responsible for directing the strategy and every aspect of the over $40 million campaign. The Brown-Warren race was not the 36-year-old's first foray into Senatorial politics either.

In 2010, Myers managed the winning campaign of Senator Richard Blumenthal in Connecticut. Prior to joining the Warren campaign, Myers served as Chief of Staff to Senator Sheldon Whitehouse of Rhode Island. She also served as Campaign Manager for Whitehouseís successful Senate campaign in 2006. Back in 2008, Myers served as New Hampshire State Director for the Obama campaign. Myers also worked in the Legislative Affairs Office of President Bill Clinton, as Senior Advisor and Political Director for former Senate Majority Leader Tom Daschle, and as Deputy Director for Constituency Outreach for Al Gore's presidential campaign in 2000.

By this point, Myers is a seasoned political veteran, having worked closely with New England delegates and in the Clinton White House. She will likely prove to be a great asset to the political newcomer Warren, and her relationships may pay dividends for the freshman Senator as she tries to establish her place in the uppper house of Congress. 

 

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