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I don’t think I need to say much I’m just going to post his resume. I have voted for every one of his candidates. The only person I voted for that lost the election that is not on his list is George McGovern. So here it is his resume to date from Wikipedia, Ted Devine and his record:

Michael Dukakis campaignEdit

From 1987-88, he served as Director of Delegate Selection and Field Operations in the nomination campaign of Governor Michael Dukakis. In 1992, Devine served as a member of the Democratic Party Rules Committee and was a consultant to CBS News throughout the Democratic National Convention in New York. As lead negotiator for the Dukakis campaign at the 1988 Rules Committee, Devine was involved in the Democratic party’s 1988 reform that eliminated winner take all methods of delegate selection and established proportional representation as the exclusive system of delegate allocation in the Democratic Party.[10][11]

Campaign managementEdit

In the general election of 1988, Devine got his start managing national campaigns when he served asCampaign Manager for the Vice Presidential nominee, Senator Lloyd Bentsen of Texas.[12] In 1992, Devine served as Campaign Manager for Senator Bob Kerrey’s campaign for President.[13][14]

Al Gore’s presidential campaignEdit

In the 2000 general election, Devine served as a senior strategist to the Gore/Lieberman campaign and oversaw the day-to-day management of the campaign.[15] Devine was recruited by Carter Eskew to join the campaign part-time in August 1999. In the fall of 1999 and early months of 2000, he was sent occasionally to Gore’s campaign headquarters inNashville as a trouble shooter when Gore was looking for an AFL-CIO endorsement and during the Iowa caucuses and the New Hampshire primary. In the late spring and early summer of 2000, Devine shifted into a more central role in the campaign. He was recognized not only as a “fierce campaigner”, but also as a “mediator among some of the factions that developed within the Gore campaign.”[16] Upon his elevation, Devine helped put Democrats, who were nervous about Gore’s success in the primary election against Bill Bradley, at ease. Devine, unlike other Gore advisers, suggested taking on Bradley by questioning his credentials as a Democrat. He also used his extensive knowledge of the Democratic party rules to help ensure Gore’s victory in the primary by lobbying members of the Democratic National Committee’s Rules and Bylaws Committee to disallow any primaries in the five weeks between New Hampshire and Super Tuesday. His aim was to minimize Bradley’s political momentum should he win the New Hampshire primary and maximize the effect a New Hampshire loss would have. Devine was also willing to put himself in the role of the contrarian, occasionally questioning Gore’s recommendations and telling him when his opinion differed.[17]

John Kerry’s presidential campaignEdit

In 2003 and 2004, Devine served as a senior adviser and strategist to Senator John Kerry’s campaign for President in both the primary and the general election.[18] His elevation to a senior strategic role coincided with Senator Kerry’s turn around in late 2003, and Devine remained in a senior role throughout the remainder of the campaign. He frequently represented the campaign on national television programs such as Meet the Press, C-SPAN, Face the Nation and other broadcasts.[19][20]

Bernie Sander’s presidential campaign

It Bernie wins I hope he chooses another campaign manager we cannot have Donald Trump in the White House.


I hope he is thinking that he will be choosing a new campaign manager if he wins the nomination

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