I can unequivocally say, though until someone has the numbers, the nomination fight should continueClinton won't concede, adviser says Jun 03, 2008
She can win the states we need to win in the general electionMcAuliffe: Clinton not out to hurt party May 08, 2008
If you look at where Hillary Clinton will have won -- California, Texas, Ohio, Florida, Michigan, Pennsylvania, New York, New Jersey -- she's winning big statesMcAuliffe optimistic about Clinton Feb 14, 2008
I am confident that under the leadership of Secretary Herman and Congressman Price, the commission will develop recommendations that fully embrace the party's commitment to openness and fairness for voters and candidates and help to produce the strongest possible nomineeMcAuliffe names calendar commission Dec 10, 2004
We owe it to the people who waited hours to vote, who voted for the first time or have voted in every election to understand what happened and what can be done in the future to ensure every voter's rights are protectedDems to study Ohio presidential election Dec 06, 2004
Terence Richard "Terry" McAuliffe (born February 9, 1957) is a longtime fundraiser and political operative for the Democratic Party. He served as chairman of the Democratic National Committee (February 2001-February 2005). He also served as chairman of the 2008 Hillary Clinton presidential campaign. He is currently a Democratic candidate for the 2009 gubernatorial election in Virginia.
McAuliffe grew up in Syracuse, New York and graduated from Bishop Ludden Junior/Senior High School in 1975. His father was treasurer of the local Democratic organization. He started his first business, McAuliffe Driveway Maintenance, at the age of 14. In 1979, he received a bachelors degree from The Catholic University of America in Washington, D.C. After graduation, McAuliffe took a job in the 1980 presidential reelection campaign of Jimmy Carter, and at the age of 22 became the national finance director. It was during this campaign that McAuliffe wrestled an eight-foot, 260-pound alligator for a $15,000 contribution. After the campaign, McAuliffe enrolled in law school at Georgetown University. He received a Juris Doctor degree in 1984. McAuliffe then served as Chairman of the Federal City National Bank by the age of 30.
He has five children with wife Dorothy: Dori, Jack, Mary, Sally, and Peter.