Tactics and Substance in the 2004 Elections GoogleNews: Howard Dean

December 31, 2003

by V

Clark's Wisconsin Director quits

Odd news: Clark State Director Leaves, Campaign Says Departure "Not on Bad Terms" (WisPolitics.com)
Julie Stauch, the state director for the Wisconsin campaign of Democratic presidential candidate Wesley Clark, has left the campaign and returned to her native Iowa, WisPolitics has learned.

A Wisconsin campaign spokesman did not provide details about what rival campaigns are calling a shake-up.

But Nick Berning, Clark's Wisconsin press contact, said Stauch's departure was "mutual" and "not on bad terms."

"She definitely was not fired," Berning said, declining further details about her departure.
So... she quit? I suppose it could be because of issues unrelated to the campaign (family obligations, etc.), but then I think they would take the opportunity to point that out.


(via To the Point)
Posted by V at December 31, 2003 11:53 AM

Maybe she just got bored!

Posted by: at December 31, 2003 02:35 PM

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