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Gansler Assembles Team

When Doug Gansler announced his campaign team in his race for state Attorney General yesterday, there were a lot of familiar names.

His campaign manager will be Sandy Brantley, who was once general counsel to then Gov. Parris N. Glendening, and long involved in statewide races for governor and the U.S. Senate. Mostly recently, the Baltimore resident has worked as an attorney with the Alliance for Justice, a Washington, D.C. based nonprofit.

Deputy campaign manager will be Olivier Kamanda, who was president of the Montgomery County Young Democrats from 2004 to 2006 and a member of both the NAACP and the African-American Democratic Club.

Antigone Davis will be campaign coordinator supervising volunteers, the campaign headquarters, and the candidate's schedule.

Vivek Chopra will be field director, a role he played in Gansler's 1998 race for Montgomery County state's attorney and for Kathleen Kennedy Townsend in Montgomery in 2002.

Sending out the news, as press and media coordinator, was none other than Mike Morrill, a long time activist who most recently managed Sen. Barbara A. Mikulski's reelection bid. He also worked as Glendening's director of communications.

By Phyllis Jordan  |  June 8, 2006; 1:11 PM ET
 
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