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Recent Campaign Staffer Announcements

May 26, 2011
tags: 2011 Lt. Governor, 2011 Sec. of State, Billy Hewes, Ricky Dombrowski
by Brett

We have a couple recent statewide campaign announcements that we wanted to point out:

First, Billy Hewes has added Keith Plunkett to serve as communications director for the campaign. Plunkett will also serve as campaign representative for Madison county. Plunkett serves on the Madison county GOP executive committee, worked on Rep. Gregg Harper’s campaign in 2008, and has served on the Congressman’s staff since that time.

Hewes said this about Plunkett in a press release yesterday: “I am very excited to have Keith join us as we campaign to maintain solid conservative leadership and experience in the Lieutenant Governor’s office. He brings with him a wealth of experience in traditional communication and new media, and is well respected in Madison County. I have worked with Keith on federal issues involving Mississippi over the past couple of years with Congressman Harper’s office. I know firsthand that he will bring to this job tenacity and a work ethic that is second to none.”


Also, Ricky Dombrowski, who is challenging Delbert Hosemann in the GOP primary, announced today that Howie Morgan will serve as campaign manager. Morgan is president of Election Impact Group, an Oxford based political consulting firm he started back in 1997. Morgan has worked on campaigns for a variety of offices in over 30 states, with his most well-known client likely being Rep. Marsha Blackburn (R-TN).

In a press release, Dombrowski said this about Morgan: “As a business owner I know that a strong organization depends on strong leadership. I am pleased to have someone join our campaign team like Howie who is as committed to conservative values with his leadership roles in organizations like the National Taxpayers Union, the National Rifle Association, and the Minuteman Project.”

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