He's going to be the first president to be connected in this way, directly, with millions of AmericansObama administration to be wired to public Nov 10, 2008
I have a concern that going into Election Day, in a dead heat, there could be some drop-off in support of Obama, of 1 or 2 points, because some voters are conflicted about race in this electionRacial factor may emerge if election close Oct 07, 2008
The Clinton camp has been very tough on contributors. I've heard that 'if you don't contribute to us, don't contribute to another campaign.' I've heard thatFundraisers fleeing Clinton camp Apr 20, 2007
What's really fabulous is that it's not just the John Edwards-type candidate (using podcasts), it's local and Congressional candidatesPodcasting changing the face of politics Jul 25, 2005
I think he is somebody ... that's going to make a big difference, pull the party together and actually is very savvy about the Internet grassrootsDean manager endorses Rosenberg for chair Jan 12, 2005
Joe Trippi (born June 10, 1956) is a long-time American Democratic campaign worker and consultant. A mainstay in presidential politics, Trippi has worked on the presidential campaigns of Edward Kennedy, Walter Mondale, Gary Hart, Dick Gephardt, and most recently John Edwards. Most notably, he served as campaign manager for presidential candidate and former Vermont governor Howard Dean.
Trippi is an alumnus of San José State University and a brother of Sigma Nu.
After working in several successful local elections in San Jose, California, in the mid-1970s Trippi joined the national campaign staff of Senator Edward Kennedy's presidential campaign in 1979.