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Clinton Unveils 100-Member Virginia Committee

Tim Craig

Sen. Hillary Clinton (D-NY.) today unveiled a list of 100 Democratic activists who will head up her grassroots efforts across Virginia. The group, which makes up Clinton's Virginia steering committee, includes a who's who of party activists from every region of the state.

"Virginia is Clinton Country," said Clinton spokesman Mo Elleithee. "We are going to fight hard for every vote from Abingdon to Alexandria, and make the case as to why Hillary Clinton is the candidate most ready to hit the ground running on day one."

You can read Clinton's full list of supporters below.

Rita Aguilar, Co-Chair, Democratic Lawyers Council (Arlington)

Phyllis Ander, Finance Chair, VA Democratic Women's Caucus (Virginia Beach)

Beth Arthur, Arlington County Sheriff (Arlington)

Cynthia V. Bailey, Attorney (Richmond)

Linda Berkoff, Democratic Activist (Fredericksburg)

Lia Bass, Rabbi (Arlington)

Ollie Bates, Chair, Virginia Beach Democratic Committee (Virginia Beach)

Charlene Bickford, Former Chair, Arlington Co. Democratic Comm. (Arlington)

Christie Bieber, Former President, Virginia Young Democrats (Henrico)

Tyler Bishop, Former VA Asst. Secretary of Transportation (Richmond)

Allida Black, Frmr. Member, Arlington Co. Human Rights Comm. (Arlington)

Dorothy Blackwell, Democratic Activist (Lexington)

Wendy Bowen, Chair Nottoway County Democratic Committee (Crewe)

Sandra Brandt, 2nd District Democratic Committee Chair (Virginia Beach)

Linda Brooks, Member, 3rd Congressional District Democratic Comm. (Newport News)

Patricia E. Brown, Community Activist (Centreville)

Connie Brennan, Nelson County Board of Supervisors (Faber)

George Burke, 11th District Democratic Committee Chair (Leesburg)

Larry Byrne, Frmr. Vice Chair, Fairfax Co. Democratic Comm. (Falls Church)

Teresa Caviness, Member of National Democratic Leadership Council (Richmond)

Audrey Collins, 4th District Democratic Committee Chair (Chesapeake)

Marta Cook, Former Treasurer, University of Virginia Democrats (Charlottesville)

Samuel T. Crockett, III Member, 10th District Democratic Committee (Lovettsville)

Hon. Karen Darner, Former Member, Virginia House of Delegates (Arlington)

Sharon Davis, Frmr. Chair, Arlington Co. Democratic Comm.(Arlington)

Sandra DeAngelis, Chair, Bristol City Democratic Committee (Bristol)

Carlos Del Toro, Commander, U.S.N. (Ret.) (Stafford)

Hon. Adam Ebbin, Member, Virginia House of Delegates (Arlington)

Hon. Al Eisenberg, Member, Virginia House of Delegates (Arlington)

Alex Eisenberg, Community Activist (Arlington)

Sylvia Ellis, Events & Fundraising Chair, VA Beach Dem. Comm. (Virginia Beach)

Hon. Barbara Favola, Arlington County Board Member (Arlington)

K.Mike Fleenor, Attorney (Pulaski)

Peter Feddo, Democratic Activist (Richmond)

Larry Framme, Former Virginia Sec. for Economic Development (Richmond)

Rebecca Geller, Treasurer, Fairfax County Young Democrats (Springfield)

Janet Green, Former Democratic National Committee Exec. Dir. (Falls Church)

John Grisham, Author (Charlottesville)

Angela Haywood, Democratic Party Activist (Chesapeake)

Gail Harrison, Democratic Party Activist (Arlington)

Gracie G. Hensley, Chief Dep. Clerk Circ. Court of Wise County/City of Norton (Norton)

Liz Howard, Co-Founder, National Democratic Law Students Council (Williamsburg)

Hon. Johnny Joannou, Member, Virginia House of Delegates (Portsmouth)

Ariel Jones, Former Virginia Jaycees State President (Arlington)

Thomas Jordan, Democratic Party Activist (Roanoke)

Hon. J. Jack Kennedy, Wise County Clerk of Court (Norton)

Nick Kessler, Pres. Metro Richmond Area Young Dems. (Richmond)

Saif Khan, Frmr. Member, Virginia Commonwealth Univ. Student Senate & Former member, Army National Guard
(Richmond)

Alicia Knight, Community Activist (Stafford)

Barbara Kreykenbohm, Democratic Activist (Falls Church)

Peggy Kugler, Democratic Activist (Lorton)

Sue Langley, Vice Chair, VA Dem. Party Women's Caucus (Vienna)

Alisa Learner, Maher Democratic Activist (McLean)

Carole Leiber, Member, Arlington Co. Democratic Comm. (Arlington)

J. Alden Leonard, Student Government Representative, College of William and Mary (Williamsburg)

Maggi Luca , Frmr., Chief of Staff, Rep. Leslie Byrne (Springfield)

Lorene Martin, Former Martinsville Democratic Committee Chair (Martinsville)

Suzette Matthews, 1st District Democratic Comm. Chair, &Former Faquier County Chair (Marshall)

Hon. Jennifer McClellan, Member, Virginia House of Delegates (Richmond)

JJ Minor , 1st Vice Chair, Richmond City Dem. Comm. (Richmond)

Jeffrey Mitchell, Democratic Party Activist (Blacksburg)

Gail Montouri, Democratic Activist (Radford)

Laurie Naismith, Legislative Aid to Del. Lynwood W. Lewis, Jr. (Norfolk)

Benjamin David Novak, President of the Environmental Law Society, College of William & Mary Law School
(Williamsburg)

Bill Nusbaum, Former 2nd Congressional District Dem. Comm. Chair (Norfolk)

Sharon Nusbaum , Democratic Activist (Norfolk)

Lucelle O'Flaherty, Alexandria Democratic Committee Member (Alexandria)

Morgan O'Leary , Former President VA Commonwealth Univ. Young Dems. (Richmond)

Vivian Paige, Democratic Activist (Norfolk)

Eric Payne, Chair, Richmond City Democratic Comm.(Richmond)

Leighton Powell, Conservation Activist (Richmond)

Maribel Ramos, Community and Democratic Activist (Alexandria)

Mame Reiley, Chair, Dem. Nat'l Comm. Women's Caucus (Alexandria)

Eugene Resnick, President, College Democrats of Virginia (Charlottesville)

Pat Reuss, Democratic Party Activist (Springfield)

Rachel Rifkind, Chair, VA Democratic Women's Caucus (Annandale)

Susan Rowland, Chief of Staff, Delegate Lionell Spruill (Chesapeake)

Melanie B. Salyer, Chair, Wise Co. Virginia Dem. Comm. (Big Stone Gap)

Eleanor Saslaw, Democratic Activist (Springfield)

George Schwartz, Stafford County Supervisor (Stafford)

Marjorie Signer, President, Virginia NOW (Arlington)

Kay Slaughter, Frmr. Mayor, Charlottesville City Co. Member (Charlottesville)

Hon. David Slutzky, Albermarle County Supervisor (Charlottesville)

Rebecca Slutzky, Frmr. VA Tech College Dems. Board Member & VA Tech Student Gov't Executive (Charlottesville)

Hon Paul Smedberg, Member, Alexandria City Council (Alexandria)

Gabe Snow, Community Activist (Arlington)

Hon. Lionell Spruill, Member, Virginia House of Delegate (Chesapeake)

Seth Stark Vice Chair, Springfield Magisterial District Dem. Comm. (Fairfax Station)

Sharon Stark, Treasurer, 11th Congressional District Dem. Comm. (Fairfax Station)

Opal Stroup, Co-Chair Spotsylvania Democratic Comm. (Fredericksburg)

Sarah Summerville, Attorney (Arlington)

Susan Swecker , Chair, Dem. National Comm. Southern Caucus (Richmond)

Helen Tansley, Conservation Activist (Richmond)

Mary Tate, University of Richmond Law Professor (Richmond)

Mary Sue Terry, Former Attorney General (Patrick County)

Meghan Thornton, Frmr Treasurer, VA Young Democrats (Williamsburg)

Hon. Patsy Ticer, Member, Virginia State Senate (Alexandria)

Andres Tobar, Chair, VA Coalition of Latino Organizations (Arlington)

James Turpin, Vice Chair for Finance, Dem. Party of VA (Arlington)

Ann Unitas, Democratic Party Activist (Arlington)

Hon. Raymond Vickery, Fmr. Member of VA House of Delegates and Assistant Secretary of Commerce for Trade
Development in Clinton Administration (Vienna)

Hon. Mary Margaret Whipple, Member, Virginia State Senate (Arlington)

Mary Bailey White, President, James Madison Univ, Young Democrats (Harrisonburg)

Kate Wilder, Lt. Colonel, USAF Ret. (Springfield)

Rex Young, Lee Co. Young Dem. Committee Chairman (Dryden)

Linda Zecher, Democratic Fundraiser (Keswick)

By Tim Craig  |  February 4, 2008; 3:55 PM ET
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Comments

That's one of the funniest lists I've ever seen. Oooooh.... Obama supporters be afraid... both Lionell Spruill AND HIS LEGISLATIVE ASSISTANT are on the gang of 100.

Posted by: Anonymous | February 4, 2008 6:33 PM | Report abuse

Don't forget about some very accomplished members of student governments from around the state.

Really?

Student Government positions is your claim to fame in endorsing a candidate for President?

Posted by: Anonymous | February 4, 2008 6:45 PM | Report abuse

From A to A? Great range.

Posted by: Anonymous | February 4, 2008 7:52 PM | Report abuse

I want to express my Gratitude to my Immigration Judge Mr. Charles K. Adkins-Blanch in Falls Church, VA for saving my life by granting me Political Asylum. Thank You so very much Dear Judge!

Rustam K.

Posted by: Viva Immigration Judge Mr. Charles K. Adkins-Blanch! | February 4, 2008 8:52 PM | Report abuse

First off, congrats to the Hillary campaign for achieving all that it has. :-)

Secondly, to the people on the list, good work! Without you guys, I'm pretty sure the Hillary campaign would undoubtedly be struggling. It's amazing how much work goes into a campaign, and you guys make it work. So, once again, Congrats!! I'm sure your hard work will inevitably pay off. :)

Posted by: Katelyn K. | February 5, 2008 2:24 AM | Report abuse

Typical. The immediate assumption that this is a comprehensive and complete list of endorsements for Sen. Clinton. This is a list of individuals responsible for grassroots activities. Virginia is looking more and more like a key player, not only in the primary stages, but in the general election. A large voting bloc that could potentially influence results are college students, either voting by absentee or re-registering for Virginia. That's probably the reason so many student government members are part of Sen. Clinton's steering committee.

If this fevered and uninformed outburst is a glimpse into the disillusioned and clueless mind of an archetypal Obama supporter, I'd rather vote for Huckabee.

Posted by: Sumter | February 5, 2008 4:42 PM | Report abuse

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