Wesley Clark-Campaign Organization, Tennessee

Clark for President Tennessee Leadership
Campaign Headquarters: 223 8th Ave North, Suite 207, Nashville 
Tennessee State Director Will Drake
(started in Tennessee in late Nov. 2003)  Drake has campaign experience in five Southern states.  In 2003 he worked on Kathleen Blanco's gubernatorial campaign in Louisiana.  In 2002 he served as field director for the South Carolina Democratic Party Coordinated Campaign and later was the SCDP's political director.  Drake is from Hoover, Alabama and attended Indiana University.
State Field Director Libby Lawson

More Offices:
1428 Union St., Memphis
6408 Paper Mill Rd., Knoxville
Operations Director Jordan Foster


Congressman Lincoln Davis (TN-4)   12/05/03

Sen. Thelma Harper, Nashville
Sen. Doug Jackson, Dickson
Rep. Joe Armstrong, Knoxville
Rep. Stratton Bone, Lebanon
Rep. Kent Coleman, Murfreesboro
Rep. Charles Curtiss, Sparta
Rep. Gene Davidson, Adams
Rep. Joe Fowlkes, Cornersville
Rep. Ulysses Jones, Memphis 
Rep. Mark Maddox, Dresden
Rep. Larry Miller, Memphis
Rep. Johnny Shaw, Bolivar
Rep. David Shepard, Dickson

On Jan. 13, 2004 the campaign announced more than 125 key endorsements from top Tennessee Democrats and grassroots supporters; the list included a former member of Congress from Chattanooga, 10 state representatives, three state senators, more than a dozen elected officials on the local level, educators, grassroots activists, business owners, veterans, attorneys, ministers, military spouses, firefighters, environmentalists, and students. 

David Keith - actor
George Jones - "country music legend and life-long Tennessean."

Johnny Hayes - finance chairman of the Gore campaign in 2000 and finance chair for Gov. Phil Bredesen in 2002 is vice chair of the national campaign. 

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