Clark for President New Mexico
Albuquerque: 2501 Candelaria NE
Santa Fe: 923 W. Alameda
Las Cruces: 1021 Amador St., Suite E
Prior to being
state director, Burke was a Principal at The Burke Group, Inc., a
relations and public policy consulting firm based in Washington,
Burke has served in various capacities in federal government, including
Counselor to Secretary of Energy Bill Richardson; Principal Deputy
Secretary of the Army; and Deputy Under Secretary, Natural Resources
Environment in the Department of Agriculture. He also worked as a
policy analyst at the White House under the Clinton Administration and
was a trial attorney in the Environmental Enforcement Section of the
Department of Justice. Burke, 44, holds a J.D. from Georgetown
Law Center and an A.B. from Brown University.
Regional Political Coordinator" in Little Rock. Prior to the campaign worked as a credit
analyst for Los Alamos
Bank. Sales operations coordinator for a multimedia software
Graduate of University of California, Santa Barbara with a B.A. in
Science and Business Economics, Aug. 2000.
Served as Press
Lt. Gov. Cruz Bustamante starting in January 2002. Press
for the 2000 Democratic National Convention in Los Angeles. Press
Secretary for the 2000 Gore/Lieberman presidential campaign in New
Communications Director for California Congresswoman Lucille
the Congressional Hispanic Caucus, and the nonprofit Welfare-to-Work
as well as Deputy Press Secretary for the 1996 Clinton/Gore re-election
campaign in California.
Former Ambassador to
nominated by President Clinton in April 1998 and started serving in
From Albuquerque, New Mexico, a Korean War veteran, Romero founded and
served as chairman and CEO of Advanced Sciences, Inc.. A founder
of the Hispanic Culture Foundation and the National Hispanic Cultural
in New Mexico.
||Edward L. Romero
of New Mexico (1975-78) - served in the State Legislature from
served as Governor from 1975-78. Founding publisher of Hispanic
magazine. Currently a consultant with Butch Maki and Associates.
Jim Baca, former
Albuquerque (1997-2001) - director of the Bureau of Land
at the U.S. Department of the Interior, 1993-94. State Land
1981 and 1990. First political job was as press secretary for
Bruce King, 1974.