Lots of changing jobs at Obama Communications. From Mark Ambinder:
Dan Pfeiffer is now communications director. He had
been Gibbs's chief deputy, but had taken the lead in communications and
press planning. He is a former senior aide to Sen. Evan Bayh. Pfeiffer
is reported to be a good manager of people.
Strategist Anita Dunn's role seems to have been elevated; she is now "overseeing the campaign's communications, research and policy departments."
Linda Douglass retains her role as traveling press secretary and senior adviser.
Iowa communications director Josh Earnest has been promoted to deputy communications director. Earnest hosted a campaign conference call today on Iraq .
Bill Burton retains the title of National Press
Secretary. Campaign statements will be in his name. He needs to send
Fox News a better photo of himself. The one they use looks outdated.
Christina Reynolds, the research director for John Edwards in '04 and '08, is now the Director of Rapid Response. Spokesmen Tommy Vietor and Hari Sevugan will work with the press on rapid response.
Other spokespeople include Nick Shapiro and Moira Mack;
Shapiro is a veteran of the campaign's operations in Oregon, Texas and
California, and Mack worked for Hildebrand Tewes before the campaign.
Wendy Morigi, ex-of Sen. Jay Rockefeller's staff, is now the national security spokesman.
Dag Vega will
head surrogate operations and Joelle Terry will be the senator's chief
interview booker. regional communications directors include
- Gannett Tseggai – Northeast
- Amy Brundage – Midwest
- Shannon Gilson – Southwest
- Dan Leistikow – Industrial Midwest
- Melanie Roussell – South
- Nayyera Haq – West