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Carol Ann Campbell

Pennsylvania

Involvement in the Democratic Party
* Carol Ann is the Treasurer of the Philadelphia's Democratic Party Organization.
* She also is the Secretary of the Democratic City Committee in Philadelphia, PA.
* Ms. Campbell is also the Chair of an alliance of African American ward leaders in Philadelphia.
* She works very closely with the State Party Chair, Rep. Bob Brady.
* She has run for public office at the local and state level unsuccessfully in the past.
* DNC Carol Ann Campbell is backing Barack Obama

Political Interests and Issues
* She is interested in the problems of the handicapped as well as childrens' issues.
* Ms. Campbell is the self-proclaimed champion of "little people" from West Philadelphia.

Involvement in the 2008 Campaign
* Carol Ann Campbell has announced her support for Barack Obama after having a 90-minute phone conversation with his wife, Michelle.Los Angeles Times

Family Political Background
* Ms. Campbell has a strong family background in politics. Her father, Edgar C. Campbell, had once been known as the "dean" of African American Philadelphia Democratic pols.

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Ronald Donatucci

Basic Bio
*Ronald Donatucci was born in 1952 and raised in South Philadelphia's Girard Estate neighborhood. http://www.temple.edu/temple_times/september06/trusteeDonatucci.html
*The following information came from http://www.temple.edu/temple_times/september06/trusteeDonatucci.html
When the time came to consider college, Donatucci's choice was clear. "Temple was a family tradition," he said. "I had it on both sides: My father, who was in the class of 1935, loved Temple, and so did my mother's brother." (Donatucci's brother, Pennsylvania state Rep. Robert C. Donatucci, and his sister, Rita, are also Temple alumni.)
Shortly after Donatucci graduated in 1970 from Temple with a bachelor's degree in political science from the College of Liberal Arts, his father died suddenly. Stunned, Donatucci heeded the advice of friends who encouraged him to go to law school.
He attended classes at the University of Baltimore School of Law, commuting to Baltimore four nights a week while working as an auditor for the state.
In 1972, Donatucci took a job as a law clerk in Philadelphia's Solicitor's Office under Mayor Frank Rizzo. It was the beginning of a 34-year career in municipal government. 1973 Donatucci was appointed chief of enforcement of Philadelphia's Department of Licenses and Inspections and then counsel to the Philadelphia Parking Authority.
In 1974, Donatucci was elected Democratic ward leader of Philadelphia's 26th ward (the area around the stadium complex), a position he still holds.
In 1976 he successfully ran for Pennsylvania's House of Representatives in the state's 185th district, an office now held by his brother, Robert.
After three years in Harrisburg, Donatucci was elected Register of Wills and Clerk of Orphans' Court for the City of Philadelphia in 1979; 27 years later, he is in his seventh term.
Although little known, the Register of Wills plays a critical role in the city's legal and economic life. Functions of the office include determining whether documents offered for probate should be received as last wills, and hearing testimony when wills are challenged. According to Donatucci, his office handles 7,000 estates a year, either by will or intestate.
Donatucci was appointed to Temple's Board of Trustees in 2007 by Gov. Edward G. Rendell

Involvement in Democratic Party
*Philadelphia Democratic Ward Leader, 1974--. Member, Pennsylvania House of Representatives, 1977-1980. Register of Wills for City of Philadelphia, 1980--(elected for 4 years terms since 1979). Chair, Board of Trustees, Wills Eye Hospital. Member, Board of Trustees, Temple University.
http://www.lawyers.com/Pennsylvania/Philadelphia/Ronald-R.-Donatucci-1543775-a.html

Contributions to Candidates
*Donatucci donated $1000 to Robert Brady in 2000 http://query.nictusa.com/cgi-bin/qind/

Family's Involvement in Politics, the Democratic Party
*Donatucci's father was politically active, serving as a ward leader and a state official under state Auditor General Robert P. Casey (prior to Casey's election as governor). His brother, Robert, is in the Pennsylvania's House of Representatives in the state's 185th district. http://www.temple.edu/temple_times/september06/trusteeDonatucci.html

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Sophie Masloff

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Basic Bio
*Sophie Masloff was born in the Hill District of Pittsburgh on December 23, 1917. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sophie_Masloff
*Masloff spoke only Yiddish until she began attending school in Pittsburgh's Hill District neighborhood. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sophie_Masloff
*She was on the staff of Commissioner John J. Kane and had a thirty year career in the Allegheny County Court System. Sophie Masloff was elected to City Council in 1976. She later served as President of Council. Sophie Masloff began serving as Mayor on May 6, 1988, following the death of Mayor Caliguiri. On November 7, 1989, Sophie Masloff became the first female to be elected Mayor in Pittsburgh's history.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sophie_Masloff

Political Interests and Issues
*Information in this section comes from http://www.answers.com/topic/sophie-masloff
*Masloff's administration was forced to deal with problems such as urban flight, a shrinking industrial sector, and crumbling infrastructure.
*She put forward several proposals to keep the financially troubled Pittsburgh Pirates baseball team from moving to another city, and was the first public figure to suggest that the city's baseball and football teams each have their own stadiums, a plan that was ultimately implemented years later. The success of retro-style ballparks such as Cleveland's Jacobs Field and Baltimore's Camden Yards validated her proposal and caused many fans to wish PNC Park had become a reality sooner.
*She also proposed several controversial plans which became known as the Fifth and Forbes Project, a failed plan to revitalize the downtown Pittsburgh retail area. Similar plans by her successor, Tom Murphy, also failed to draw support.
*Masloff made fiscal responsibility the centerpiece of her term in office. During her administration, she privatized numerous costly city assets including the Pittsburgh Zoo, the city aviary, Phipps Conservatory and the Schenley Park Golf Course.

Involvement in 2008 Election
*After stepping down as mayor, she has served as a Presidential Elector for Pennsylvania in 1996 and was a delegate to the Democratic National Convention from Pennsylvania in 2000 and 2004.
http://www.answers.com/topic/sophie-masloff

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Gerald W. McEntee

Pennsylvania

Basic Bio
* Born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
* Holds a bachelor's degree in economics from LaSalle University in Philadelphia.
* McEntee and his wife Barbara live in Washington, D.C. http:// www.afscme.org/about/740.cfm, http://www.huffingtonpost.com/gerald-mcentee/#blogger_bio
* McEntee began career as a labor leader in Pennsylvania in 1958. As a union organizer in Philadelphia, he led the drive to unionize more than 75,000 Pennsylvania public service employees, which at that time was the largest union mobilization in history.
* Elected Executive Director at the founding convention of the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees (AFSCME) Council 13 in Pennsylvania in 1973. http://www.afscme.org/about/740.cfm
* Named International Vice President of AFSCME in 1974.
* President of the 1.4 million member American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees (AFSCME).
* McEntee was first elected AFSCME President in 1981 and was re-elected in June 2004 to another four-year term.
* One of the most aggressive and politically active organizing unions in the AFL-CIO. Since 1998, nearly 250,000 public service workers have joined AFSCME through organizing campaigns.
* As a Vice President of the AFL-CIO, a member of its Executive Council and chair of the Political Education Committee, McEntee is a key leader of the labor movement and its political program. Under McEntee's leadership, the federation created its highly successful and much imitated voter education campaigns, which helped increase the number of union household voters to a record 26 percent of the electorate in 2000 (up from 19 percent in 1992). http://www.afscme.org/about/740.cfm
* McEntee is a co-founder and chairman of the board of the Washington-based Economic Policy Institute, the preeminent voice for working Americans on the economy. He has led efforts to strengthen and improve such workplace standards as the minimum wage, the Occupational Safety and Health Act, the Fair Labor Standards Act, and the Family and Medical Leave Act. http://www.afscme.org/about/740.cfm
* For his efforts to improve the lives of working families, the Leadership Conference on Civil Rights presented McEntee with its prestigious Hubert H. Humphrey Award in 2004. http://www.afscme.org/about/740.cfm


Involvement in Democratic Party
* President Clinton named McEntee to serve on the Presidential Advisory Commission on Quality and Consumer Protection in the Health Care Industry in 1997. http://www.afscme.org/about/740.cfm



* Has led efforts to strengthen and improve such workplace standards as the minimum wage, the Occupational Safety and Health Act, the Fair Labor Standards Act, and the Family and Medical Leave Act. http://www.afscme.org/about/740.cfm
* Health Care
* "There has been extensive coverage in the mainstream media and blogosphere about the health care proposals of Senators Clinton and Obama. This issue is important to me because I am a passionate advocate of health care for all and because the way the candidates deal with it points to a major reason I'm supporting Hillary Clinton for President: She'll get results." http://www.huffingtonpost.com/gerald-mcentee/clinton-or-obama-on-he_b_85144.html
* Affirmative Action http://www.vpcomm.umich.edu/admissions/statements/ruling/afscme.html


Pledged Status
* On 10/31/07 the Clinton campaign issued a press release announcing the endorsement of the McEntee-led AFSCME. http://www.hillaryclinton.com/news/release/view/?id=3987
* McEntee said after 10 months of polling and interviewing members and scrutinizing candidates' records, Clinton stood out from the pack.
* "As our President, Hillary Clinton will help rebuild America's middle class and make sure that everyone shares in our country's prosperity. She has a record of leadership, of bringing people together for more than 30 years. Hillary Clinton inspires our members. She sparks the flame we need to win," said AFSCME President Gerald W. McEntee.
* AFSCME said it would activate a 40,000-member volunteer army to mobilize its members, and launch an unprecedented GOTV effort in Iowa, where it represents 30,000 workers.
* "We had the most talented and diverse field of Presidential candidates we've seen in years. But when all was said and done, among our members Hillary Clinton clearly emerged as the best candidate to take back the White House for America's working families," McEntee said. http://www.hillaryclinton.com/news/release/view/?id=3987


Contributions to Candidates
* Wife, Barbara: $2,750 to Hillary Clinton. http://fundrace.huffingtonpost.com/neighbors.php?type=name&lname=Mcentee&fname=Barbara, www.fec.gov


Previous Campaign Work
* McEntee's AFSCME Supported Dr. Howard Dean in 2004 before McEntee determined Dean was "Nuts," withdrew support, and requested that Dean drop out of the race. http://query.nytimes.com/gst/fullpage.html?res=9F02E1DB113DF933A15751C0A9629C8B63

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Honorable Jean A. Milko

Vice Chair, Pennsylvania Democratic Party

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Basic Bio
*Jean Milko is married to George Milko and has 2 children and 3 grandchildren. http://www.civiccards.com/product.asp?PID=129
*She has 2 siblings.
*She is 73 years old. http://www.pittsburghlive.com/x/pittsburghtrib/s_409146.html
*She attended the University of Pittsburgh Continuing Education for Women Program, and graduated from Williamsburg High School. http://www.civiccards.com/product.asp?PID=129
*She worked for the Allegheny County Democratic Committee from 1988 until 1994. http://www.civiccards.com/product.asp?PID=129
*She has served on the Council of Exceptional Children of PA and the Carlow College Advisory Board. http://www.civiccards.com/product.asp?PID=129
*She served as the Democratic Allegheny County Jury Commissioner, Jury Commissioner in Millvale Ward 00/District 03 from 1974 to December 2005 when the office was eliminated in a countywide referendum overhauling Allegheny County government. http://www.post-gazette.com/pg/05138/506358-180.stm and http://www.post-gazette.com/pg/04343/423441-85.stm and http://www.pittsburghlive.com/x/pittsburghtrib/s_409146.html
*Almost 90% of her Democratic Jury Commissioner staff, and the staff of the Republican Jury Commissioner Allan Kirschmann, were politically connected. http://www.post-gazette.com/regionstate/20000705jury3.asp and http://www.post-gazette.com/regionstate/20000618rowoverview1.asp

Involvement in the Democratic Party
*Jean Milko is the current Vice Chair of the Pennsylvania Democratic Party. She has held this position for six years. (per phone interview)
*Jim Burn Jr. replaced Jean Milko, who came in third, as Chairman of the Allegheny County Democratic Party in June 2006. http://www.post-gazette.com/pg/06165/697951-192.stm and http://www.post-gazette.com/pg/06163/697606-85.stm and http://www.keystonepolitics.com/node/3583
*Jean Milko served as Acting Chairwoman of the Allegheny Democratic Party from February 2005 until June 2006, the group's first female leader. She took the post when Tom Flaherty resigned the post which he held June 2002 to February 2005 to run for judge of the Common Pleas Court. She served concurrently as the Vice Chair of the State Democratic Party and ran unchallenged in her reelection in 2006. http://www.post-gazette.com/pg/05068/468244-192.stm
*Additional information from the personal interview
*Jean was the Chair of the Allegheny Democratic Party three separate times. The first was in 1970. She was Chair again sometime after that. Her final term as chair was when Tom Flaherty resigned. Up until 1982, you actually had to run in a public election to be the Chair or Vice Chair of the party. After 1982 the rules changed and the Chair and Vice Chair were elected by committee people.
*She was the Chair three times. She was the first, last and only woman chair in 225 years.
*Vice Chair in 1970 and then became the Chair three separate times. You had to run for this office in public. In 1982 it changed and just committee people voted for Chair and vice chair.
*Jury Commissioner 1974 - 2005 when position was eliminated. Also had to run for this public office.
*She has run more than any other person in Allegheny County.
*Reelected Vice Chair Allegheny Democratic Party June 2002 http://www.post-gazette.com/election/20020630dems3.asp
*Served as a Delegate to the 2000 Democratic Convention representing the Congressional District 14 for Pittsburgh and parts of Allegheny County. http://www.post-gazette.com/regionstate/20000615delegate9.asp

Personal Political Interests and Issues
*Jean is listed by Politico.com as one of 13 Pennsylvania superdelegates, including PA Governor Ed Rendell, pledged to Clinton. There are 3 superdelegates pledged to Obama and 10 as yet uncommitted as of 2/24/08. See http://www.politico.com/superdelegates/
*Confirmed by the New York Times listing based on February 14 and 15 lists released by both campaigns posted at http://www.nytimes.com/ref/us/politics/20080217_SUPERDELEGATES_GRAPHIC.html
*''They usually follow the leader of the party,'' DNC vice chairwoman and Clinton-backer Jean Milko, of Allegheny County, said of party members. ''They wait to see what your governor is going to do.'' http://www.mcall.com/news/local/all-a1_5delegates.6255011feb04,0,7469978.story
*Clinton leads in race for PA superdelegates, from article on Sunday, February 17, 2008 http://findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_m0EIN/is_2005_March_1/ai_n11835563

Involvement in 2008 Election
*There is no formal candidate support activity on the part of Jean Milko, Vice Chair of the PA Democratic Party, however the primary for PA is not until April 22nd and candidates have not begun appearing at state events as of yet.

Contributions to Candidates
*No contributions found under Jean Milko or Jean A. Milko.
*No activity found for Committee to Elect Jean A. Milko or the Committee to Reelect Jean A. Milko

Previous Campaign Work
*Clinton leads in race for Pa. superdelegates article on Sunday, February 17, 2008 By Mackenzie Carpenter, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette notes "Former Allegheny County Jury Commissioner Jean Milko, who long ago announced her support for Mrs. Clinton -- "I've known her since she had the pageboy and the headbands on," Mrs. Milko said -- has been plugged into conference calls with the New York senator, as recently as Monday. "She was probably on for about ten minutes, and she sounded very strong, very good," said Mrs. Milko, who said she first met Mrs. Clinton in 1992, "when she came here to campaign for her husband [Bill Clinton] and rode with me and [former mayor and county commissioner] Pete Flaherty in the back of a van to the 28th Ward spaghetti dinner in Forest Hills. I remember we were laughing like crazy." Mrs. Milko certainly fits the profile of the superdelegate Clinton supporter: She's an older female and a longtime party operative, as is Rena Baumgartner, from the central part of the state." http://www.post-gazette.com/pg/08048/858164-176.stm?cmpid=news.xml

Connections to Politicians, Leaders on State Level
*Jean Milko currently serves with Governor Edward Rendell who is the Chair of the PA Democratic Party.


*A judge has ruled the county home rule charter gives Roddey and the County Council power to impose merit hiring on row officers. But the long-running battle between Roddey and the row officers is not over yet. Two years ago, Team 4 found some county row officers spending most of their days away from the courthouse at private jobs. Jury Commissioner Jean Milko rarely came to work at all. http://www.thepittsburghchannel.com/team4/1140156/detail.html
2005 Property Tax Cap Proposal story by WTAE-TV4 Pittsburg PA..."No politician benefits more from the Onorato cap than jury commissioner and Democratic party chair Jean Milko. Milko's house in Braddock Hills is currently assessed at $67,000. Under the 2006 assessment, her property value would be $287,000 -- an increase of 328 percent. Onorato's cap would keep Milko's assessment below $70,000 and save her more than $7,000 a year in taxes. http://www.thepittsburghchannel.com/news/4478204/detail.html
http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/1363398/posts Check the state democratic homepage. When she was Allegheny County jury commissioner, she'd have calls patched through to her places at Seven Springs and Florida. One year she only showed up at the office 21 times.

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Evelyn Richardson

Pennsylvania

Basic Bio
* Lives in Pittsburgh, Allegheny County, http://politicalgraveyard.com/bio/richardson.html

Political interests and issues
* One of 12 Pennsylvanians on the Democratic National Committee along with former Mayor Sophie Masloff. http://kdka.com/local/Pennsylvania.Super.Delegates.2.651716.html

Involvement in the Democratic Party
* Delegate to Democratic National Convention from Pennsylvania, 2000, 2004; member of Democratic National Committee from Pennsylvania, 2004.
* At least 10 have lined up for Mrs. Clinton. Locally, they include Evelyn Richardson of Pittsburgh, a superdelgate by virtue of her membership in the Democratic National Committee.

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Honorable T.J. Rooney

Bethlehem Pennsylvania

Basic bio
*Born in Garden City, NJ, Chairman Rooney is currently the managing partner of Tri-State Strategies PA, a government consulting group. He is married with 2 children. http://www.padems.com Chairman Rooney attended Catawba College. http://www.cotesmart.org

Involvement in the Democratic Party
*Chairman Rooney was a 7 term State Representative to the Pennsylvania House of Representatives (1992 - 2006). He is currently the Chair of the Pennsylvania Democratic Party. http://votesmart.org
http://www.padems.com

Political interests and issues
*Sponsored the nations first Computer Lemon Law, lead efforts to redevlop property belonging to Bethlehem Steel Corp in the Lehigh Valley in Pennsylvania. www.padems.com

Has he publicly declared his support for a candidate?
*On January 28, 2008, it was reported by The Patriot-News that T. J. Rooney was personally endorsing Hillary Clinton.
*It was also noted in the same article that this was a personal endorsement, not a party endorsement.
http://blog.pennlive.com/pennsyltucky/2008/01/well_trade_you_a_rooney_for_a.html

Does he come from a political family?
*Yes, Chairman Rooney's uncle is the former Congressman Fred B. Rooney. http://www.padems.com

Have they worked on previous campaigns?
*Yes, Chairman Rooney worked for Vice President Gore's 2000 Presidential campaign as well as for John Kerry's 2004 bid.
http://www.padems.com

What prominent state individuals have they worked for?
*Chairman Rooney has worked with Gov. Rendell's campaign as well as Sen Bob Casey's. http://www.padems.com

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Ruth Rudy

Former state legislator

Pennsylvania

Basic Bio
* BORN: Jan. 3, 1938, Millheim
* EDUCATION: Carnegie Institute, 1955-56; Pennsylvania State U, 1969-73
* FAMILY: Husband, Guy; three children
* RELIGION: Methodist
* MILITARY: None
* OCCUPATION: Small-business owner
* POLITICAL CAREER: Centre County Clerk of Courts, 1976-82; Pennsylvania House, 1983-
* Rudy's "odd jobs" campaign--she worked odd jobs all around the district to raise her name recognition--made headlines, but even her authorship of Pennsylvania's "three-strikes" law may not win over voters who went convincingly for George Bush in 1992.
* Rudy's 13 years as a state legislator make her a known and popular quantity in central and northwestern Pennsylvania.
http://www.post-gazette.com/pg/08048/858127-176.stm


* Defense, gay Rights, welfare, medical leave,
* QUOTE OF NOTE: "Our concern is, if we can keep people with good jobs [in the district], we can keep our own business going too. http://www.time.com/time/magazine/article/0,9171,985482-4,00.html
* Former state Representative Rudy and former Centre County Commissioner John Saylor have endorsed Bellefonte resident Bill Cahir for the Democratic nomination for the 5th District congressional seat, the Cahir campaign announced Monday.
* "Our region needs an infusion of new ideas and new energy and Bill brings both of those to the table with his candidacy to be our next congressman," Rudy said in a prepared statement."
* Ruth Rudy, as past president of the National Federation of Democratic Women, is a member of the Democratic National Committee and a superdelegate to the member to the Democratic National Convention. Monday, March 03, 2008 in Politics | Permalink http://blogs.centredaily.com/the_thin_man/2008/03/rudy-saylor-bac.html
* In reaction to state Rep. Ruth Rudy's letter asking Pennsylvania senators and representatives to make kidnapping a federal offense, U.S. Sen. Arlen Specter agreed to give the proposal "serious consideration." http://www.collegian.psu.edu/archive/1994/02/02-11-94tdc/02-11-94dnews-9.asp

Involvement in the Democratic Party
* Former state Representative http://blogs.centredaily.com/the_thin_man/2008/03/rudy-saylor-bac.html
* Past president of the National Federation of Democratic Women http://blogs.centredaily.com/the_thin_man/2008/03/rudy-saylor-bac.html

Pledged Status
* Endorsed Hillary Clinton
http://www.superdelegates.org/Ruth_Rudy
2-15-08 - Added DNC Ruth Rudy (PA) for Clinton http://swimmingfreestyle.typepad.com/swimming_freestyle/2008/02/superdelegate-2.html
* Centre Hall Democrat Rudy, a Clinton supporter, said Wednesday that superdelegates such as herself should support whomever their constituents support.
* Rudy, a former state House member, is a Pennsylvania superdelegate because she is a former president of the National Federation of Democratic Women. Said women are her constituents. 'I'm supporting a women's group,' Rudy said Wednesday from her Florida vacation home. 'It's the women of America who are putting votes up for Hillary. http://www.topix.com/content/kri/2008/03/pa-new-front-line-as-clinton-obama-fight-on

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