Let's fight like hell, not because we want to preserve our status, but because we sincerely believe too many everyday Americans will continue to lose if Republicans and special interests winPlouffe to Dems: No 'bed-wetting' Jan 24, 2010
You have a real problem ... and you have to deal with itHackers tap White House, campaign systems Nov 07, 2008
When Barack entered this race, he put his faith in the power of ordinary supporters like you coming together and building a movement for change from the bottom upObama raised record $150M in September Oct 19, 2008
I think the president's goal -- and he's been clear about this -- is to protect the middle class as we move forward hereCarney: Don't hold debt ceiling hostage Apr 11, 2011
We may not have perfect results, but November will be nothing like the nightmare that talking heads have forecastPlouffe to Dems: No 'bed-wetting' Jan 24, 2010
David Plouffe (pronounced /ˈplʌf/; born May 27, 1967) is an American political strategist best known as the chief campaign manager for Barack Obama's 2008 presidential campaign in the United States. A long-time Democratic Party campaign consultant, he was a partner at the party-aligned campaign consulting firm AKPD Message and Media, which he joined in 2000.
After the resignation of David Axelrod to set up for Obama's re-election campaign, Plouffe was appointed Senior Advisor to the President.
Plouffe was raised in Wilmington, Delaware and attended St. Mark's High School. He left the University of Delaware in 1989 to pursue a full time career in politics, and completed his full undergraduate degree in May 2010.