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Wednesday, January 28, 2004

 

Shakeup http://apnews.myway.com/article/20040128/D80C37DG1.html

posted by Editor at Wednesday, January 28, 2004 permalink View blog reactions

MSNBC is reporting that campaign manager Joe Trippi has been reassigned. Gore's Roy Neel to take over campaign.

Developing story... Click link above for initial story. Thanks to Mike on the zonk board for the link.

UPDATE (Aziz): another link just posted with a lot more information. Here's info on Neel:

Neel, Gore's former senatorial chief of staff, served as chief executive of the U.S. Telecom Association in Washington before working on Gore's 2000 presidential campaign. Neel was named to head Gore's transition team in anticipation of the former vice president winning the White House.


sources say that Dean asked Trippi to stay on the payroll, but Trippi decided to leave. "I may be out of the campaign, but I'm not out of the fight," Trippi was quoted as saying.

UPDATE (MATT B): Here is the O-Blog posting on Neel from 1/7/2004.


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