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-----Original Message-----
From: Litkenhaus, Colleen [mailto:Colleen_Litkenhaus@who.eop.gov]
Sent: Wednesday, October 27, 2004 12:12 PM
To: gbecker@georgewbush.org
Subject: test - did you get this?
-----Original Message-----
From: sharansky@nsba.org [mailto:sharansky@nsba.org]
Sent: Tuesday, October 26, 2004 8:28 AM
To: John.Bailey@georgewbush.org
Subject: Joint Organizational Statement on No Child Left Behind (NCLB) Act

ATTACHMENT: nclbmonty-Bailey.doc
ATTACHMENT: Joint Statement on NCLB - final Oct 21 - proofed (2).doc

-----Original Message-----
From: Patrick Mendoza [mailto:pmendoza@rpof.org]
Sent: Monday, October 25, 2004 2:17 PM
To: Lenny Alcivar - Political [mailto:LAlcivar@rnchq.org]; mazel@georgewbush.org; Pablo Diaz [mailto:pdiaz@rpof.org]; John Heffernan [mailto:jheffernan@rpof.org]; Humberto Collado [mailto:hcollado@rpof.org]; Therese Rohrbeck [mailto:trohrbeck@rpof.org]; luhar@rnchq.org; josebermudez23@hotmail.com
Subject: RE: Photos from today's AP Wire; story on Miami Herald

(leg up on podium)

Man, what an advance job!


Patrick Mendoza
Field Director, Miami-Dade County
Victory 2004
Cell: 305.389.1744

From: Lenny Alcivar - Political [mailto:LAlcivar@rnchq.org]
Sent: Mon 10/25/2004 2:12 PM
To: mazel@georgewbush.org; Pablo Diaz; John Heffernan; Humberto Collado; Therese Rohrbeck; luhar@rnchq.org; Patrick Mendoza; josebermudez23@hotmail.com
Subject: Photos from today's AP Wire; story on Miami Herald


http://news.yahoo.com/news?tmpl=story2&cid=480&u=/041025/480/flwl10210251726&printer=1

http://story.news.yahoo.com/news?tmpl=story&u=/041025/480/flwl10610251744

http://news.yahoo.com/news?tmpl=sl&g=events/lf/041204bushdaughters&l=&e=3&printer=1

http://story.news.yahoo.com/news?tmpl=story&u=/041025/480/flwl10110251723
-----Original Message-----
From: Randa FahmyHudome [mailto:randa@fahmyhudome.com]
Sent: Monday, October 25, 2004 10:07 PM
To: Phareswire@aol.com; hfwhite@yahoo.com
Cc: jkarim@georgewbush.org
Subject: Re: (no subject)

Okay Walid - after our conversation I went ahead and did a google search on the names below. I am not sure if they are spelled correctly. I did not find anything questionable. Since I do not know most of them - I cannot vouch for their reputations. You will have to do that. Kamal Nawash cannot be on the list - for the reasons we discussed.

Remember this: We do not want to do anything that might harm the President's chances of re-election by exposing him to any controversy. If you have doubts about these names - perhaps we don't need to do this press release at all.
--
Randa Fahmy Hudome, President
Fahmy Hudome International, LLC
815 Connecticut Avenue, N.W. #200
Washington, D.C. 20006
202-429-5566
202-429-5577 fax

From: Phareswire@aol.com
Date: Mon, 25 Oct 2004 21:40:30 EDT
To: hfwhite@yahoo.com, randa@fahmyhudome.com
Cc: jkarim@georgewbush.org
Subject: Re: (no subject)

Friends

This is it. The final draft and the final names. I am awaiting to confirm on one Chaldean American from Detroit. Nawash, upon your suggestion is not in. Check one more time if it is the case. Couple phone numbers are missing, will be added.
QU: Do you think I should put my name as a contact?
I am up all night, working on my long memorandum of academic endorsement.
Check the signing names and let me know
Best
Walid

THE MIDDLE EASTERN AMERICAN NATIONAL CONFERENCE ENDORSES PRESIDENT GEORGE W. BUSH

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
OCTOBER 23, 2004

CONTACT: Professor Walid Phares
Mechricus@aol.com
202 207 0188
305 283 9253

The Middle Eastern American National Conference (MEANC), based in Washington, D.C., is pleased to announce that they have endorsed George W. Bush to be re-elected as President of the United States.

The MEANC is a coalition of Americans of Middle East descent who hail from various religious and ethnic backgrounds including: Arab, Maronites, ChaldoAssyrian, Persian, African, Copt, Berber, Sunni, Shiite, Orthodox, Melkite, Syriac, Jews, Druze, Lebanese, Iraqi, Syrian, Egyptian, Libyan, Sudanese, Palestinian, Jordanian, Algerian, Yemeni, Arabian, Kuwaiti, Afghani, Iranian, Turk, Moroccan, Mauritanian, Ethiopian, and others.

The following is the text of MENAC's endorsement in full:

"We the undersigned, declare our endorsement of President George W Bush for a second term as a President of the United States. We base our endorsement on the President's support of policies we deem in line with the aspirations and agendas of the majority of Americans from Middle Eastern descent. We especially support the principles which the President has articulated in the areas of U.S. national and homeland security, the international campaign against terrorism and the promotion of human rights, democracy and self determination in the Middle East."

We need phone numbers, city, states

John Hajjar, Esq., MA
Lebanese American
617-770-0500

Dr Joseph Jebeily
Lebanese American

Tom Harb, Florida
Maronite-American

Jacob Keryakes, Jersey City, NJ
Coptic - American
201-920-7277

Former State Senator, John Nimrod, Chicago, IL
Assyrian American
Johnnimrod@aol.com

........... city state
Chaldean American

Dr Zuhdi Jasser, Arizona
Muslim-American
zuhdi@jasserclinic.com
602-721-7186

Farid Ghadry, Maryland
Arab Syrian American
301-346-5000

Mohamed Eljahmi, MA
508-254-4370
Arab Libyan American

Mrs Zainab al Suwaij , MA
Arab Iraqi American

Mohamed Mansour Kane, New York
African-Mauritanian-American
( 646) 824-1226

Jimmy Mullah, Washington DC
African-South Sudanese American

Abderhaman Tajeldin, North Carolina
African-Darfur-American
Matarya@aol.com
Jamal Hassan
South Asian American, Maryland
410-540-4905, poplu@hotmail.com

-----Original Message-----
From: Don Yeager [mailto:dyeager@ultraisp.com]
Sent: Monday, October 25, 2004 1:38 AM
To: pennsylvania04@georgewbush.org
Subject: Voters Guide

here's a copy of a voters' we need to get distriibuted

ATTACHMENTS: Dear-Fellow-American0001.gif (converted from .tif file)

-----Original Message-----
From: Jesse Appleton [mailto:jdappleton2001@hotmail.com]
Sent: Friday, October 22, 2004 6:32 PM
To: rhayes@georgewbush.org
Subject: Graves Bus Stop line-by-line

Here's the line by line for the trip.

>From: "Sarah Woodward" [sarah@gravesforcongress.com]
>Reply-To: [sarah@gravesforcongress.com]
>To: [jdappleton2001@hotmail.com]
>Subject: Graves Bus Stop line-by-line
>Date: Fri, 22 Oct 2004 17:29:28 -0500
>
>Thanks for your help.
>
>
>Sarah Woodward
>Administrative Director
>Graves for Congress
>105 East Mill Street, Suite D
>Liberty, MO 64068
>816.792.1222
>816.792.1230--fax
> Sarah@gravesforcongress.com
>
ATTACHMENT: Graves Bus Tour line-by-line.doc
-----Original Message-----
From: Randa FahmyHudome [mailto:randa@fahmyhudome.com]
Sent: Saturday, October 23, 2004 12:00 PM
To: Phareswire@aol.com; hfwhite@yahoo.com
Cc: jkarim@georgewbush.org
Subject: Re: (no subject)

WALID - ATTACHED IS THE PRESS RELEASE. PLEASE FILL IN YOUR CONTACT NUMBER LETTER HEAD ETC. ALSO I NEED CITY AND STATES TO SHOW GEOGRAPHICAL DIVERSITY. LEAVE THE LAST PAGE AS TALKERS FOR THOSE WHO WILL BE CALLED BY THE PRESS
PLEASE LET ME KNOW OF APPROVAL ASAP SO I CAN HELP YOU DISTRIBUTE TO THE PRESS.
--
Randa Fahmy Hudome, President
Fahmy Hudome International, LLC
815 Connecticut Avenue, N.W. #200
Washington, D.C. 20006
202-429-5566
202-429-5577 fax

ATTACHMENTS: MIDDLE EAST PRESS.doc

-----Original Message-----
From: Dan Balz [mailto:balzd@washpost.com]
Sent: Thursday, October 21, 2004 6:39 PM
To: KMehlman@georgewbush.org
Subject: quote

Ken, from our conversation about turnout and voter groups, I'd like to put the following quote on the record. It has to do with undecided voters.

Claiming that undecided voters are more conservative than liberal, older and tend to go to church more regularly, Bush-Cheney campaign manager Ken Mehlman said, "I have not thought this group is a group inherently for Kerry."

Thanks,
Dan
-----Original Message-----
From: Ford, Jon (Collins) [mailto:Jon_Ford@collins.senate.gov]
Sent: Thursday, October 21, 2004 11:23 AM
To: Vail, Bill (Collins) [mailto:Bill_Vail@collins.senate.gov] ; McCarthy, Sarah (Collins) [mailto:Sarah_McCarthy@collins.senate.gov] ; Murphy, Tom (Collins) [mailto:Tom_Murphy@collins.senate.gov] ; Card, William (Collins) [mailto:William_Card@collins.senate.gov] ; Bosse, Philip (Collins) [mailto:Philip_Bosse@collins.senate.gov]
Cc: RBumps@georgewbush.org
Subject: RE: Pineworks- Auburn

you are some smooooth!

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Vail, Bill (Collins)
> Sent: Thursday, October 21, 2004 11:08 AM
> To: McCarthy, Sarah (Collins); Murphy, Tom (Collins); Card, William
> (Collins); Ford, Jon (Collins); Bosse, Philip (Collins)
> Cc: 'RBumps@georgewbush.org'
> Subject: RE: Pineworks- Auburn
>
> I'd suggest an op-ed piece written by a" friend" that exposes the
> injustice of these attacks on a local family owned business.
> The friend could focus on the notion that Kerry supporters are
> apparently willing to damage local businesses and families in their
> effort to stifle free speech.
> Pineworks isn't sponsoring the anti-Kerry piece right? They are simply
> buying ad time on the local channel.
>
>
> Politics is however, a contact sport.
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: McCarthy, Sarah (Collins)
> Sent: Thursday, October 21, 2004 10:40 AM
> To: Murphy, Tom (Collins); Vail, Bill (Collins); Card,
> William (Collins); Ford, Jon (Collins); Bosse, Philip (Collins)
> Cc: 'RBumps@georgewbush.org'
> Subject: Pineworks- Auburn
>
> Hello All,
>
> Rod Wilson, owner of Pineworks (a furniture maker) in Auburn
> called us this week. His daughter (who works for him) also contacted
> SMC via e-mail.
>
> They advertise with the Sinclair group and are very
> upset/worried about the boycott being organized against them. They
> won't pull their ads because they say the time slot they're in (during
> the Oprah show) is very successful and they would lose thousands of
> dollars by pulling out.
>
> They have received numerous phone calls threatening the business
> but nothing actionable from what I understand.
>
> I am at a loss as to what I can do for them. Obviously,
> consumers are free to organize boycotts and I'm sure SMC wants to stay
> out of this. However, I feel for the company, which is a small family
> owned business that uses all Maine products in their production.
>
> Any thoughts on what I could do for them?
>
> Thanks,
> Sarah

-----Original Message-----
From: Summer Van Horn [mailto:summer@jeb.org]
Sent: Tuesday, October 19, 2004 6:22 PM
To: mmiller@rpof.org; bbevis@georgewbush.org; morlan@rpof.org; mayers@rpof.org; rpeck@georgewbush.com; josebermudez23@hotmail.com; kgalles@rpof.org
Cc: 'Mandy Fletcher'
Subject:

Please make note of this invite list generated by Finance for possible attendance at October 23rd Presidential Rally. Please review for duplicates in your area. I will contact each area coordinator with VIP ticket requests as I receive them, please advise me if your tickets are limited or if they become low. Thanks to each of you for your help on this, I know a few requests have already gone out and I appreciate your early reservations for those special donors.

Thanks again and please call me with any questions. I will begin my call outs to this list tomorrow morning. - SVH
Please note this list is missing Jacksonville contacts, I will send those names to Malorie and Brewster when I update the list tomorrow.

Summer-leigh Van Horn
RPOF and Woods-Herberger Group
305 670 5255
305 670 0404 fax
summer@jeb.org

ATTACHMENT: Lakeland FTM JAX Melbourne POTUS rallies.xls

-----Original Message-----
From: Beth Thompson [mailto:Beth@migop.org]
Sent: Sunday, October 17, 2004 8:31 PM
To: Ingham VC; Robin Foster; jdunagan@georgewbush.org
Subject: RE: doors

The point of the calls is to gauge the progress throughout the week. It is NOT a replacement for the tally sheets.

-----Original Message-----
From: Ingham@migop.org [mailto:Ingham@migop.org]
Sent: Sunday, October 17, 2004 6:23 PM
To: Robin Foster; jdunagan@georgewbush.org; Beth Thompson
Subject: RE: doors

what is the point of conference calls in the morning then, I reported every morning on the doors, I must have just forgot to email you.

-----Original Message-----
From: Robin Foster [mailto:Robin@migop.org]
Sent: Sunday, October 17, 2004 5:26 PM
To: 'jdunagan@georgewbush.org'; Beth Thompson; Ingham VC
Subject: doors

the previous four emails were all that I received from you this week, no mention of doors.
-----Original Message-----
From: Robin Foster [mailto:Robin@migop.org]
Sent: Sunday, October 17, 2004 5:25 PM
To: 'jdunagan@georgewbush.org'; Beth Thompson [mailto:Beth@migop.org]; Ingham VC [mailto:Ingham@migop.org]
Subject: FW:

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Ingham@migop.org [mailto:Ingham@migop.org]
> Sent: Tuesday, October 12, 2004 8:50 PM
> To: robin@migop.org
> Subject:
>
> 1357 calls 15 vols - Ingham
>
> Total for the week - 3571 calls
>
> Jeremy Marks
>
> East Lansing Victory Center Director
>
> 315 W. Grand River Ave.
> East Lansing, MI 48823
> ingham@migop.org
> 517 896 1890
-----Original Message-----
From: Summer Van Horn [mailto:summer@jeb.org]
Sent: Thursday, October 14, 2004 11:17 AM
To: mazel@georgewbush.org
Subject: FW: campaign comments

Michele - I am told you collect these…

-----Original Message-----
From: Summer Van Horn [mailto:summer@jeb.org]
Sent: Thursday, October 14, 2004 11:15 AM
To: 'Gigi Bolt'
Subject: campaign comments

TV ads recommendations/comments

- Mention the plans for Small Business taxes, hopefully cuts. Small businesses are for Bush/Cheney but need some relief.
- Use Lynne Cheney's response in a campaign commercial. [ The only thing I can say as a mother, is that Sen. Kerry is a bad man, a bad man.] Her response to Sen. Kerry's comments.
- Also: Congratulations to President Bush on his debate last night.

Summer-leigh Van Horn
305 670 5255
305 670 0404 fax
summer@jeb.org
-----Original Message-----
From: Amcarbonell@aol.com [mailto:Amcarbonell@aol.com]
Sent: Wednesday, October 13, 2004 3:29 PM
To: bdoster@georgewbush.org
Subject: Script for Jeb GOTV

Brett: Here is the script we discussed. It would be in Spanish and run on Mambi duuing the two weeks of early voting. I translated to Eng. so you would know what it says. I will also send you the lay out on the early voting piece. Thanks, Ana

ATTACHMENT: GOTV_AD_FOR_MIAMI.doc

-----Original Message-----
From: garrett.walls@96-hour.com [mailto:garrett.walls@96-hour.com]
Sent: Thursday, October 14, 2004 10:33 AM
To: Bryant Adams [mailto:badams@georgewbush.org]; Adriel Domenench [mailto:adriel.domenench@96-hour.com]; Ethan Eilon [mailto:ethan.eilon@96-hour.com]
Subject: Updated 10-13 Slope Report (w/Garfield)

Here you guys go. I just crunched the numbers and we are currently at 3318 call attempts, which is 53% of our goal of 6305 call attempts. We are hoping that this evening will be very productive, because the Govs are supposed to tell everyone to make calls after our event this afternoon.

thanks guys,

garrett

=====
Garrett Walls
96-Hour Victory Team
Western Slope Field Director
970-242-9144

ATTACHMENT: 10-13 Slope Report(Garrett Tony Drew Heather).xls

-----Original Message-----
From: deborah burstiondonbraye [mailto:burstiondonbraye@yahoo.com]
Sent: Tuesday, October 12, 2004 4:46 PM
To: dbd [mailto:donbraye@ohiogop.org]
Cc: twatkins@georgewbush.org; twall@rnchq.org; chris garrett [mailto:cgarrett@rnchq.org]
Subject: Bush Ohio African American events

FOR INTERNAL USE ONLY

Tuesday, October 12, 2004

From: Deborah Burstion-Donbraye, Bush-Cheney 04 Steering Committee

Hello Everyone:

With only three weeks to go to another historical presidential election plans are being finalized for three upcoming Bush-Cheney events in Ohio:
Columbus--Monday, Oct. 18, 1:30-3 p.m.
Dayton--Monday, Oct. 18 6:30-8 p.m.
Toledo--Tuesday, Oct. 19 8:30-10:30 a.m.
The major speakers will be former Cong. JC Watts in Columbus, and Maryland Lt. Gov. Michael Steele and Texas Railroad Commissioner Michael Williams for Dayton and Toledo. More information with specific details will be available tomorrow (Wednesday), but I wanted you to save the date and begin contacting others so that we will have as many people as possible attending.

The message of these events will include empowerment (economic and educational) and highlight the policies and accomplishments of the Bush-Cheney Administration. The Toledo event has been designated as an Ohio and a national event for pastors and the faith-based community. A Friday article in the New York Times ("Black Pastors Backing Bush Are Rare, But Not Alone") prematurely announced the Toledo event, but underscores the importance of our state and the African American clergy and community to winning election.

All three events are invitation only, closed to the media and RSVP's are needed, but we hope you will share your invitation with as many people as possible within your sphere of friends and that you will bring others with you to these events. Many thanks.

Deborah

Do you Yahoo!?
Yahoo! Mail - CNET Editors' Choice 2004. Tell them what you think.
-----Original Message-----
From: Amcarbonell@aol.com [mailto:Amcarbonell@aol.com]
Sent: Tuesday, October 12, 2004 4:14 PM
To: sshiver@rpof.org
Cc: bdoster@georgewbush.org
Subject: Early Voting/Republican Slate Mail Piece

Steve: Any word on the early voting mail piece and the slate cards for early voting. Move-on is organizing a mayor early voting initiative for the Dems. in Miami-Dade We need to be able to get the word out on early voting to our base. The mailer and slate card are critical. Attached is the text. I made a correction to the previous version I had sent you. Thanks, Ana

ATTACHMENT: Early Voting Site Mailer.doc

-----Original Message-----
From: Leisha Adams [mailto:leisha@orgop.org]
Sent: Tuesday, October 12, 2004 3:04 PM
To: Marc lucca; bwentworth@georgewbush.org; Amy Casterline
Subject: FW: Personal Ivitation: Kim Thatcher

The Thatchers wanted to make sure we knew about this and were invited...I don't know what that means about the donation, but here it is...FYI

Leisha Adams
Membership Liaison/Events Coordinator
Oregon Republican Party
(503) 587-9233
(503) 587-9244 FAX

ATTACHMENT: Flyer.pdf

-----Original Message-----
From: Scott Kopple [mailto:skopple@georgewbush.com]
Sent: Tuesday, October 12, 2004 2:01 PM
To: Marcus Veazey - Political [mailto:MVeazey@rnchq.org]; edfailorjr@iowagop.org; Kevin Shuvalov [mailto:kshuvalov@rnchq.org]; hans@iowagop.org; ssauber@georgewbush.org; Cam Henderson [mailto:chenderson@georgewbush.com]; Ragan Dickens [mailto:ragandickens@georgewbush.com]; Holland Patterson - Political [mailto:HMPatterson@rnchq.org]; Ann Marie Hauser [mailto:ahauser@georgewbush.com]; Dan Ronayne [mailto:dronayne@georgewbush.com]; Nora Mautner [mailto:NMautner@georgewbush.com]; Ed Failor Jr. [mailto:efailorjr@iowagop.org]; StrataVizion [mailto:stratavizion@mchsi.com]
Subject: RE: Line by line

I'd like to have a call today regarding the Gov. Barnstorm to Iowa at 2:30pm CDT. Please join us.

1-866-809-4014
2004017 passcode

Thank you.

-----Original Message-----
From: Marcus Veazey - Political [mailto:MVeazey@rnchq.org]
Sent: Tuesday, October 12, 2004 12:27 PM
To: edfailorjr@iowagop.org; Kevin Shuvalov; Scott Kopple;
hans@iowagop.org; ssauber@georgewbush.org; Cam Henderson; Ragan Dickens;
Holland Patterson - Political; Ann Marie Hauser; Dan Ronayne; Nora
Mautner
Cc: Marcus Veazey - Political
Subject: Line by line

Attached is the most recent copy of the line by line for Thursdays events in Iowa.

Would each of you look at it and let me know if you have any thoughts. note that we are arriving later in IA than we had originally planned. Also, we will only have Governor Pawlenty of MN on the plane for this, as Gov. Ehrlich hasdropped out. Branstad may or may not be able to do the event at the new time in Des Moines.

MV
202.297.0765
-----Original Message-----
From: Scott Kopple [mailto:skopple@georgewbush.com]
Sent: Tuesday, October 12, 2004 1:36 PM
To: Marcus Veazey - Political [mailto:MVeazey@rnchq.org]; edfailorjr@iowagop.org; Kevin Shuvalov [mailto:kshuvalov@rnchq.org]; hans@iowagop.org; ssauber@georgewbush.org; Cam Henderson [mailto:chenderson@georgewbush.com]; Ragan Dickens [mailto:ragandickens@georgewbush.com]; Holland Patterson - Political [mailto:HMPatterson@rnchq.org]; Ann Marie Hauser [mailto:ahauser@georgewbush.com]; Dan Ronayne [mailto:dronayne@georgewbush.com]; Nora Mautner [mailto:NMautner@georgewbush.com]
Subject: RE: Line by line

Margaret is re-checking on Gov. Branstad's schedule but its looking very doubtful.

We have a larger issue in that both Kerry and Edwards and their spouses will be in Des Moines all together for a 6pm event out at the fairgrounds. In speaking with Dan, Ann Marie and Kevin we are not sure that this is going to work since the media will be flocked to the fairgrounds and cameras will need to be pre-set for the event. We are afraid that we might get buried or lost. This will not only be an Iowa story but a national story too.

Can we jump on a quick call -- I can gather the Iowa team together.

-----Original Message-----
From: Marcus Veazey - Political [mailto:MVeazey@rnchq.org]
Sent: Tuesday, October 12, 2004 12:27 PM
To: edfailorjr@iowagop.org; Kevin Shuvalov; Scott Kopple;
hans@iowagop.org; ssauber@georgewbush.org; Cam Henderson; Ragan Dickens;
Holland Patterson - Political; Ann Marie Hauser; Dan Ronayne; Nora
Mautner Cc: Marcus Veazey - Political
Subject: Line by line

Attached is the most recent copy of the line by line for Thursdays events in Iowa.

Would each of you look at it and let me know if you have any thoughts. note that we are arriving later in IA than we had originally planned. Also, we will only have Governor Pawlenty of MN on the plane for this, as Gov. Ehrlich hasdropped out. Branstad may or may not be able to do the event at the new time in Des Moines.

MV
202.297.0765
-----Original Message-----
From: Chris Carr's Blackberry [mailto:chriscarr@attwireless.blackberry.net]
Sent: Saturday, October 09, 2004 12:45 PM
To: Goose [mailto:tgius@georgewbush.com]; Cary Evans [mailto:cevans@georgewbush.com]; Rich Beeson [mailto:rbeeson@rnchq.org]; Scott Stewart [mailto:sstewart@georgewbush.org]
Subject:

Can we get Gen Tommy Franks to record EV 1 auto-dial call. This call has to go out this Thursday. Please advise
Chris Carr
702-258-9182 p
702-258-9186 f
-----Original Message-----
From: Amcarbonell@aol.com [mailto:Amcarbonell@aol.com]
Sent: Friday, October 08, 2004 9:43 AM
To: bdoster@georgewbush.org; mfletcher@georgewbush.org; mazel@georgewbush.com; jbrodie@rpof.org; amartinez@rpof.org
Cc: mvschlapp@hotmail.com
Subject: Earned Media

Attached please find a proposed schedule for earned media opportunities in Miami-Dade for the coming weeks. I am certain there will be many others but these are the ones that I think we need to make certain they happen.

The Nicaraguan rally on 10/17 is one that it would be great to have Governor Bush and Connie Mack at along with the 3 Congressmen.

I know Jim is also working on an event down South which is key. Please let me know any feedback you all might have.

Thank you, Ana Carbonell

ATTACHMENT: Activities_for_Earned_Media_in_Miami.doc

-----Original Message-----
From: Cary Evans [mailto:cevans@georgewbush.com]
Sent: Wednesday, October 06, 2004 12:34 PM
To: chris@nevadagop.org; Scott Stewart [mailto:sstewart@georgewbush.org]
Subject: RE:

I hope our folks are as well. How many will we have up by Sunday?

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Chris Carr's Blackberry
> [mailto:chriscarr@attwireless.blackberry.net]
> Sent: Wednesday, October 06, 2004 12:11 PM
> To: Scott Stewart; Cary Evans
> Subject:
>
> Kerry edwards team are out putting up signs
> Chris Carr
> 702-258-9182 p
> 702-258-9186 f
-----Original Message-----
From: Jamie Yannacone [mailto:jyannacone@pagop.org]
Sent: Tuesday, October 05, 2004 12:43 AM To: Lori Yates [mailto:LYates@rnchq.org]; Charity_N._Wallace@who.eop.gov; jmanser@georgewbush.org; sfry@pagop.org
Subject: Re: Timmy Kelly ...

Sorry - wrong e-mail for Jim Manser last time!

Jamie Yannacone writes:

> FYI - If you don't know much about Timmy Kelly (one of the greeters listed
> for this Thursday's event), he's a VERY popular kid in the Philly area.
> Having battled blindness and mild cerebral palsy after a premature birth,
> Timmy has become very well known in recent years, with many in the area
> having seen him sing the national anthem at Philadelphia Eagles games.
>
> Here's an article about him written during last season's NFL playoffs ...
>
> http://www.philadelphiaeagles.com/homeNewsDetail.jsp?id=8598
>
> Eagles Anthem Singer Timmy Kelly
>
> January 7, 2004
>
> PHILADELPHIA - After bringing the house down on two separate occasions,
> 10-year-old sensation Timmy Kelly will once again treat Eagles fans as he
> sings the National Anthem prior to this weekend's Divisional Playoff Game
> vs. the Green Bay Packers at Lincoln Financial Field. His appearances at
> both the New Orleans Saints game on 11/23 and the San Francisco 49ers game
> on 12/21 elicited more letters and phone calls than the team had ever
> received about a singer.
>
> "We just had to have him back," said Eagles President Joe Banner. "The
> outpouring of support from the fans was overwhelming!"
>
>
> But Timmy's story makes his accomplishment seem even more remarkable. Born
> prematurely, doctors helped Timmy fight through surgery and illness in
> most of his early life. But it wasn't until he was about three months old
> before doctors suspected that he was blind. And although he was diagnosed
> with mild cerebral palsy shortly thereafter, he has maintained a fairly
> "normal" life, attending Murray Avenue Middle, a mainstream school, and
> generally acting like any other pre-teen.
>
> But unlike other children, from the time he was little Timmy liked to
> sing. His parents noticed, and when he asked to try out to sing the
> National Anthem at an Eagles game three years ago, they drove from their
> home in Huntingdon Valley (PA) to Lehigh to audition.
>
> That first year Timmy caught the judges' eyes; with his free spirit and
> beautiful voice he was easily a choice for the callback at Veteran's
> Stadium. But Timmy was nervous and gauged the pitch incorrectly. He missed
> the high notes of the song, didn't finish, and was invited to try again
> next year. That's exactly what he did. The following year, Timmy made it
> to the second round once again, but his parents had planned a family
> vacation on the same day as the audition and he was forced to wait for a
> second time.
>
> This year everything went off without a hitch. After a great audition and
> a callback, this time at Lincoln Financial Field, Timmy heard his name
> called as one of the winners. "There were all of these people around him,"
> said Timmy's father Tim Kelly, "but he just kept jumping up and down and
> screaming, he was so excited! He even knocked his glasses off his face!"
>
> And twice since then, with his heart in his throat, Tim Kelly has watched
> his son Timmy sing the Anthem in front of a packed stadium. "I'm biased,"
> the elder Kelly continued, "his mother and I both think he's a great
> singer, but to hear that wave of applause come from the crowd - it's hard
> to put into words what that's like for a father."
>
> The Philadelphia Eagles are pleased to welcome Timmy Kelly to Lincoln
> Financial Field to honor our country once again on this special occasion.
>
> # # #
>
> Fans can also see Timmy Kelly sing the Eagles fight song this Friday at
> noon
>
> at the Eagles Pep Rally at City Hall's Dilworth Plaza.
>
> Friday's Pep Rally will also be carried live on CBS3 from noon to 12:30
> pm.
>
>
>
-----Original Message-----
From: Carolyn Coda [mailto:carolyn_coda@yahoo.com]
Sent: Monday, October 04, 2004 3:10 PM
To: JHogan@georgewbush.org
Subject:

for future reference, no mention of WDH and legal or anything work related on the other address. thanks.

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-----Original Message-----
From: jschmidt@schmidtpa.com [mailto:jschmidt@schmidtpa.com]
Sent: Monday, October 04, 2004 10:30 AM
To: mmatalin@georgewbush.org
Subject: FW: Response to Kerry's Stem Cell Attack

something needs to be done about this (below). can't we say something intelligent? can't Bush announce something progressive like dedicating even more federal funds to stem cells and other, more advanced areas such as cord blood? i am so tired of this nuttiness. (and when he says he was first prez to dedicate funds, the dem retort is that this research was not around several years ago, and amount is insignificant)

when healthcare is discussed next debate, things like stem cells and health care insurance and expensive drugs could bury him. i hope this is registering out there.

two of keenum babies are home and doing well. mark has sat by their bedside all weekend, every day and night, like a hawk.
-----Original Message-----
From: Karen Unger [mailto:karen@jeb.org]
Sent: Tuesday, September 28, 2004 9:31 PM
To: 'Alan Levine' [mailto:levine@jeb.org]
Cc: 'Jeb Bush' [mailto:jeb@jeb.org]; bdoster@georgewbush.org
Subject: RE:

Oh yeah. Bill can be a bit nutty. Brettler, are you familiar with what's going on down there? Do you know what Bill is talking about?

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Alan Levine [mailto:levine@jeb.org]
> Sent: Tuesday, September 28, 2004 9:36 PM
> To: Karen Unger [mailto:karen@jeb.org]
> Cc: Jeb Bush [mailto:jeb@jeb.org]; bdoster@georgewbush.org
> Subject:
> karen,
> today i was in pasco county with the LG. while there, bill bunting pulled me and the LG aside
> and told us that he was going after rep. anderson because anderson would not drop mail for the
> president. I don't know what is going on, but bill is capable of sometimes being fairly extreme,
> and it worries me that he may do something that draws attention. it may be worthy of someone
> talking to him...
>
> alan
-----Original Message-----
From: Chris Carr's Blackberry [mailto:chriscarr@attwireless.blackberry.net]
Sent: Sunday, September 26, 2004 3:03 PM
To: Cary Evans [mailto:cevans@georgewbush.com]; Goose [mailto:tgius@georgewbush.com]; Scott Stewart [mailto:sstewart@georgewbush.org]; Mario Sanchez [mailto:msanchez@rnchq.org]
Subject: Fw: Events for September 26th-October 2nd

-----Original Message-----
From: Monica Moradkhan [adpi_forever@yahoo.com]
Date: Sun, 26 Sep 2004 12:16:07
To:mshanchez@rnchq.org, valerie@victorynv.org, chris@nevadagop.org
Cc:cevans@georgewbush.com
Subject: Events for September 26th-October 2nd

Hi Everyone,

Attached are the events scheduled and the list of businesses we are following up tomorrow morning. Please let me know if you have any questions. Thanks!!

Sincerely,
Monica
Chris Carr
702-258-9182 p
702-258-9186 f

ATTACHMENT: Events.doc

-----Original Message-----
From: barbaraledeen [mailto:barbaraledeen@starpower.net]
Sent: Friday, September 24, 2004 11:24 PM
To: cmyers@georgewbush.org
Subject: FW: coburn

-----Original Message-----
From: mark rodgers [mailto:markrodg1@msn.com]
Sent: Friday, September 24, 2004 7:27 PM
To: barbaraledeen@starpower.net
Subject: Re: coburn
tt cm
----- Original Message -----
From: barbaraledeen
To: mark rodgers ; pdavis@nrsc.org
Sent: Friday, September 24, 2004 5:35 PM
Subject: coburn

Coburn would like to have Zell come out a time or two to OK. He is in a dead heat with Carson. Zellis a populist conservative just like Coburn. Carson is a liberal who has been endorsed by MoveOn.org and opposed the President's tax cuts. He doesn't know who can help reach out to Zell to have him come to OK. He needs a hand here.
-----Original Message-----
From: Cmtjewel@aol.com [mailto:Cmtjewel@aol.com]
Sent: Friday, September 24, 2004 10:07 PM
To: ddiaz@georgewbush.org; jsadosky@georgewbush.com
Cc: gregg@georgewbush.com
Subject: WEEK IN REVIEW

Cara Townsend
Victory '04
Missouri Events Coordinator and Press Assistant
W: 314.427.4917
C: 703.585.7407
F: 314.427.4031
ctownsend@mogop.org

ATTACHMENT: MO_week_in_review_9-20.doc
-----Original Message-----
From: Cmtjewel@aol.com [mailto:Cmtjewel@aol.com]
Sent: Friday, September 24, 2004 10:07 PM
To: ddiaz@georgewbush.org; jsadosky@georgewbush.com
Cc: gregg@georgewbush.com
Subject: WEEK IN REVIEW

Cara Townsend
Victory '04
Missouri Events Coordinator and Press Assistant
W: 314.427.4917
C: 703.585.7407
F: 314.427.4031
ctownsend@mogop.org

ATTACHMENT: BC'04TO.doc
-----Original Message-----
From: Lindsay Taylor - Communications [mailto:LTaylor@rnchq.org]
Sent: Wednesday, September 22, 2004 9:35 PM
To: mfletcher@georgewbush.org
Subject: how many people were in Orlando?
Importance: High

The AP article says 200 - that can't be right, right?
-----Original Message-----
From: Chris Carr's Blackberry [mailto:chriscarr@attwireless.blackberry.net]
Sent: Monday, September 20, 2004 5:57 PM
To: Rich Beeson [mailto:rbeeson@rnchq.org]; Cary Evans [mailto:cevans@georgewbush.com]; Scott Stewart [mailto:sstewart@georgewbush.org]; Goose; mhouser@georgewbush.com; hmpatterson@rnchq.org
Subject: Fw: douglas county voter confirmation

This is actually from carson and douglas

-----Original Message-----
From: "Christopher M. Jaarda" [cmjaarda@yahoo.com]
Date: Mon, 20 Sep 2004 12:54:38
To:chris@nevadagop.org
Subject: douglas county voter confirmation

Chris,

Attached is the excel document with the returned mail from Douglas County.

Chris Jaarda

Chris Carr
702-258-9182 p
702-258-9186 f

ATTACHMENT: Douglas County Voter Fraud Master Spreadsheet.xls

-----Original Message-----
From: Charles Hurt [mailto:churt@WashingtonTimes.com]
Sent: Friday, September 17, 2004 12:09 PM
To: 'sstanzel@georgewbush.org'; 'sschmidt@georgewbush.org'
Subject:

yesterday I called over to the campaign asking for your platform statement on tort reform. I've not heard back. Does this mean you don't have a specific platform? If not, that will make a good point in my story and one that pro-tort reform republicans will have fun commenting on. If you do have it, send it along or call me.

Charles Hurt
National Reporter
The Washington Times
202-439-5665
-----Original Message-----
From: Michael Beach [mailto:Beach@ohiogop.org]
Sent: Wednesday, September 15, 2004 9:58 PM
To: Tim Reynolds [mailto:reynolds@ohiogop.org]
Cc: Todd Krueckeberg [mailto:krueckebery@ohiogop.org]; mcook@georgewbush.org
Subject: REVISED Greene County PBDRF 09/15/2004

  9/8 - 9/15
Line 313.55%
Line # 54
Caller % 106.77%
Caller # 41.375

This is a chart of my week over week improvement in productivity. Each line had 54 (313.55%) more calls made over it this Wednesday compared to last Wednesday. Each caller made 41.375 (106.77%) more calls this Wednesday compared to last Wednesday.

Date: 9/15
Captain: M. Vossler

Calling Hours: 6.00
# of Callers: 8
# of Phones: 9
Contacts: 163
Left Message: 293
Wrong Numbers: 41
Refusals: 41
Not Available: 103
WN + R + NA: 185
Supporters: 121
Non-Supporters: 10
Undecided: 32
50: 6
51: 12
52: 2
56: 135
Total Calls: 641

Thanks,
Michael Beach

-----Original Message-----
From: Sean Cairncross - Legal [mailto:SCairncross@rnchq.org]
Sent: Saturday, September 18, 2004 3:15 PM
To: Jill HoltzmanVogel - Legal[mailto:JHoltzmanVogel@rnchq.org]; tjosefiak@georgewbush.org; cguith@georgewbush.com
Subject: FW: RE: Younger

Looks like they got the all-clear.

I'll keep everyone posted. Can someone forward to Chuck as well (don't have his email on bberry). Thanks.

-----Original Message-----
From: Patrick J. Rogers [mailto:patrogers@modrall.com]
Sent: Sat Sep 18 15:09:12 2004
To: Sean Cairncross - Legal [mailto:SCairncross@rnchq.org]
Subject: RE: Younger

Sean--call me, we are on board, and I'll give you the details.

Patrick J. Rogers
Modrall, Sperling, Roehl, Harris & Sisk, P.A.
P.O. Box 2178
Albuquerque, NM 87103-2168
Tel: 505-848-1849
Fax: 505-848-1841


-----Original Message-----
From: Sean Cairncross - Legal [mailto:SCairncross@rnchq.org]
Sent: Saturday, September 18, 2004 12:57 PM
To: Patrick J. Rogers
Cc: jholtzmanvogel@tnchq.org
Subject: FW: Younger

Pat,

Here's research on abstention.

-----Original Message-----
From: Meyers, Ryan P. [mailto:RMeyers@gibsondunn.com]
Sent: Sat Sep 18 14:53:18 2004
To: Sean Cairncross - Legal
Cc: kwheelbarger@georgewbush.com
Subject: Younger

Sean,

The best case I've found so far is New Orleans Pub. Serv., Inc. v. Council of New Orleans, 491 U.S. 350, 359 (1989). In this case, the Court found that Younger abstention did not apply to a state court's review of city council's decision. The Court reasoned that Younger principles did not weigh as heavily in cases that do not implicate the state courts' ability to perform their judicial functions ("[I]t has never been suggested that Younger requires abstention in deference to a state judicial proceeding reviewing legislative or executive action. Such a broad abstention requirement would make a mockery of the rule that only exceptional circumstances justify a federal court's refusal to decide a case in deference to the States."). Depending on the posture of our case, this could be a slam-dunk argument: for instance, in the event that the state court was reviewing a decision by the Secretary of State to leave Nader off the ballot. I do not know if this is in fact the posture of the case, but from your brief description I suspect that it was not.

Nonetheless, New Orleans does have some favorable language that could be used to argue that abstention is the "exception, not the rule," and that the Younger should therefore not apply in this instance:

[T]here are some classes of cases in which the withholding of authorized equitable relief because of undue interference with state proceedings is "the normal thing to do," Younger v. Harris, 401 U.S., at 45. We have carefully defined, however, the areas in which such "abstention" is permissible, and it remains "'the exception, not the rule.'" Hawaii Housing Authority v. Midkiff, 467 U.S. 229, 236 (1984), quoting Colorado River Water Conservation Dist. v. United States, 424 U.S. 800, 813 (1976). As recently as last Term we described the federal courts' obligation to adjudicate claims within their jurisdiction as "'virtually unflagging.'" Deakins v. Monaghan, 484 U.S. 193, 203 (1988) (citation omitted).

I just spoke with Katie Wheelbarger, and I explained to her that there are two ways to attack Younger. First, we could argue that the constitutional interests outweigh the state interests. I think this is our strongest argument and I am looking for any cases that have so held. I've already looked at Supreme Court and 10th Circuit cases on this point and haven't found anything helpful, but I am going to broaden my search and try again. Second, we could argue that the state court does not provide us an adequate opportunity to raise the constitutional challenge because of the time sensitivity involved. It will be difficult to prevail on this argument if we did not bother to raise these issues in the state court. There are several cases which suggest that the plaintiff's failure to raise a claim in the state court prevents it from later claiming that it has not had an adequate opportunity to challenge the constitutionality of the statute. This seems to me to make sense. Therefore, I will continue to focus on the first argument unless I hear otherwise from you. Even if we do not find a case on point, we can still make the argument on the basis of Younger and Pennzoil themselves that abstention should not be applied because the constitutional interest at stake vastly outweighs any state interest in this case.

If you have any questions or wish me to pursue a new direction, you can reach me at 202-544-6338. If I do not answer at that number please try 202-641-7532.

-------------------------------
Ryan P. Meyers
202 887 3635, Direct
202 530 9565, Direct Fax
rmeyers@gibsondunn.com

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-----Original Message-----
From: mkeelen@keelencomm.com [mailto:mkeelen@keelencomm.com]
Sent: Wednesday, September 08, 2004 9:52 PM
To: dcastil@georgewbush.com; dcastil@georgewbush.org
Subject: [Fwd: RE: What next?]

what are your thoughts?-

--------------------------- Original Message ----------------------------
Subject: RE: What next?
From: "Slevin,James" [jslevin@ufanyc.org]
Date: Wed, September 8, 2004 8:06 am
To: "Matt Keelen" [mkeelen@keelencomm.com]
--------------------------------------------------------------------------

Matt,
I spoke with a union official from Hillsborough County, Local 2294. He said they have not made an endorsement and probably will not be making one. It was his feeling that most locals in Florida would not come out and endorse either candidate. The majority of his members do support President Bush. He indicated that if there was an event that was taking place in the Tampa area, there would be no problem turning out a lot of firefighter support for President Bush. They are very interested in an event such as this.
I get the feeling there is a reluctance to go against the IAFF down there. In 2000, Florida was the only state organization to go against the IAFF endorsement of Gore and Shaitberger came down hard on them. I am still waiting to hear from Miami.
Jim

-----Original Message-----
From: Matt Keelen [mailto:mkeelen@keelencomm.com]
Sent: Tuesday, September 07, 2004 6:59 PM
To: Slevin,James
Subject: RE: What next?

Any luck with the fl union guys?

-----Original Message-----
From: Slevin,James [mailto:jslevin@ufanyc.org]
Sent: Sunday, September 05, 2004 9:36 PM
To: Cassidy,Steve; dcastillo@georgewbush.com
Cc: mkeelen@keelencomm.com
Subject: RE: What next?

Also - the our website - www.ufanyc.org gets a lot of hits. If there is specific items you would like listed on it let us know.
-----Original Message-----
From: Cassidy,Steve
Sent: Sun 9/5/2004 8:26 PM
To: 'dcastillo@georgewbush.com'
Cc: 'mkeelen@keelencomm.com'
Subject: Re: What next?

Sounds good. We will talk tomorrow
SJC

-----Original Message-----
From: David Castillo [dcastillo@georgewbush.com]
To: mkeelen@keelencomm.com [mkeelen@keelencomm.com]; Cassidy,Steve [scassidy@ufanyc.org]
CC: Slevin,James [jslevin@ufanyc.org]; Spollen,Jim [jspollen@ufanyc.org]
Sent: Sun Sep 05 19:56:43 2004
Subject: Re: What next?

Everyone needs to chill for a moment. Steve - you and I need to talk tomorrow and walk through this. I will be discussing with Ken and Chris and JAf tomorrow morning. I will call you late morning after I run through some scenarios with those guys.

David Castillo
Bush-Cheney '04

-----Original Message-----
From: Matt Keelen [mkeelen@keelencomm.com]
To: Steve Cassidy [scassidy@ufanyc.org]; David Castillo [dcastillo@georgewbush.com]
CC: Slevin,James [jslevin@ufanyc.org]; Spollen,Jim [jspollen@ufanyc.org]; Matt Keelen [mkeelen@keelencomm.com]
Sent: Sun Sep 05 19:45:51 2004
Subject: Re: What next?

My thoughts are we need to put together a plan of attack for several areas of the campaign, including ground game(bus tours and appreances in targeted states) talking head appearances by steve, and targeted calls by steve to other potential firefighter union endorsements like pittsburgh, philly, dayton, cinny, etc. Plus opeds from steve to papers in targeted states on why the nyc firefighters endorsed potus. We need to get on this, time is ticking.
-----Original Message-----
From: "Cassidy,Steve" [scassidy@ufanyc.org]
Date: Sun, 5 Sep 2004 18:30:47
To:[dcastillo@georgewbush.com]
Cc:"Slevin,James" [jslevin@ufanyc.org], "Spollen,Jim" [jspollen@ufanyc.org], [mkeelen@keelencomm.com]
Subject: What next?

Call me and let me know what your thoughts are. I have some good ideas but I really need to know what Rove is thinking. Call me and let me know what you think. Let's not get over confident. Let's go for the jugular right away. I followed the talking heads the last few days and not one Dem or lib media person brought up Firefighters for Kerry or even homeland security. I hope they were happy with Wed nite and the Endorsement. It is having a hugh impact with IAFF. I'm getting a lot of hate mail which is lways a good sign you're getting to them. My members are thrilled but the rest of the national labor movement is furious with me although none of them have had the guts to call me directly. They have been complaining through 2nd parties.
SJC

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-----Original Message-----
From: Robert William - Political [mailto:RWilliam@rnchq.org]
Sent: Tuesday, September 07, 2004 6:20 PM
To: Robert William - Political; Drew Ryun - Political; Christina Thornton - Political; Martin Gillespie - Political; gciarrocchi@georgewbush.com; lbernstein@georgewbush.org; David James - Political; nsinatra@pagop.com; Drew Ryun - Political; Christina Thornton - Political; Martin Gillespie - Political; gciarrocchi@georgewbush.com; lbernstein@georgewbush.com; Trey Best - Political; nsinatra@pagop.org Cc: nsinatra@georgewbush.com
Subject: RE: Weekly Report September 7, 2004
Importance: High

Attached is my weekly report as of September 7, 2004.

Robert William
RNC Field Staff - Pennsylvania Evangelical Outreach
202-306-5557

ATTACHMENT: Weekly_Report_September_7_ 2004.xls

-----Original Message-----
From: Deanna McCallum [mailto:deanna@iowagop.org]
Sent: Sunday, September 05, 2004 4:59 PM
To: bmeadows@georgewbush.org
Subject: FW: Info

-----Original Message-----
From: Deanna McCallum [mailto:deanna@iowagop.org]
Sent: Sunday, September 05, 2004 3:57 PM
To: 'bmeadows@georgewbush.com'
Subject: Info

Let me know if you need anything else. BTW we are definitely going out tonight...call me if you guys want to meet up.

Deanna McCallum
Events Director
Iowa Victory 2004
(515) 282-8105 office
(515) 282-9019 fax
deanna@iowagop.org

ATTACHMENT: DRAFT-DSMPreprogram 0905004 2pmCDT.doc
ATTACHMENT: DSM OnSitePregrogramGreeterBios.doc
-----Original Message-----
From: Pfeifle, Mark [mailto:MPfeifle@2004nycgop.org]
Sent: Wednesday, September 01, 2004 2:45 PM
To: Mark Wallace [Campaign] [mailto:mwallace@georgewbush.com]; Nicolle Devenish [mailto:ndevenish@georgewbush.com]; Alcivar, Leonardo [mailto:lalciver@2004nycgop.org]
Cc: Harris, William [mailto:wharris@2004nycgop.org]; Norcross, David [mailto:dnorcross@2004nycgop.org]; Steve Schmidt [mailto:sschmidt@georgewbush.com]; tholt@georgewbush.org; Davis, Alicia [mailto:adavis@2004nycgop.org]
Subject: CNN/Youth Program

Jean M at CNN is filing on the aids protesters at the youth convention today.

She's trying to get someone on camera to respond and turn it into a larger security story.

I said no; I'd talk to her on the phone.

CNN will be looking to get someone on tape; please refer them to me.

Thanks. Mark.
-----Original Message-----
From: dullain Ehrlich [mailto:dullainehrlich@wsrp.org]
Sent: Wednesday, September 01, 2004 7:41 PM
To: rpaccess77@aol.com; 'Darcy Cheesman [mailto:darcy.cheesman@snohomishcountryrepublicans.com]'; 'Evelyn Spencer'; 'Daniel Chavis'; 'Shar Dyer'; 'Ann Humphreys'; mark@markhulst.com; 'K Yvonne Goldsmith'; 'Yvonne Goldsmith'; 'Charles Crabtree'; 'Bill Carruthers'
Cc: 'Donald Povia [mailto:dpovia@georgewbush.com]'; Jon Seaton [mailto:jseaton@georgewbush.org]; 'Chris Gulugian-Taylor - Political [mailto:CGTaylor@rnchq.org]'; 'Frauna Hoglund [mailto:frauna.hoglund@snohomishcountyrepublicans.com]'; 'Mary Jane Aurdal [mailto:czarina@whidbey.com]'; 'Marta and Bill Guevara [mailto:amagraphix@attbi.com]'
Subject: Getting our Am History classes in high school signed up now for volunteering for the election

School has started. Let's contact the high schools to engage and sign up Am History students to volunteer for the campaign. They can phone bank, sign wave, register etc. Let's get them before the D's do. Maybe we can get someone to chair this area in each county. Dullain

DULLAIN EHRLICH
Victory Staff 2nd Congressional District
State of Washington
Office 425-337-7066
dullainehrlich@wsrp.org
-----Original Message-----
From: Perino, Dana M. [mailto:Dana_M._Perino@ceq.eop.gov]
Sent: Wednesday, September 01, 2004 9:57 AM
To: dbearson@georgewbush.org; Mamo, Jeanie S. [mailto:Jeanie_S._Mamo@who.eop.gov]; Gross, Taylor S. [mailto:Taylor_S._Gross@who.eop.gov]
Subject: W va, mt top mining

Jim will go to w va tomorrow to announce that we will appeal the mountain top mining decision. See me for details
-----Original Message-----
From: Perino, Dana M. [mailto:Dana_M._Perino@ceq.eop.gov]
Sent: Tuesday, August 31, 2004 9:44 PM
To: gbecker@georgewbush.org
Subject: Fw: How is it going?

-----Original Message-----
From: Anderson, David R. [David_R._Anderson@ceq.eop.gov]
To: Connaughton, James [James_Connaughton@ceq.eop.gov]; Perino, Dana M. [Dana_M._Perino@ceq.eop.gov]; Greene, William [William_Greene@who.eop.gov]; Becker, Glynda A. [Glynda_A._Becker@who.eop.gov]
Sent: Tue Aug 31 21:41:52 2004
Subject: Fw: How is it going?

-----Original Message-----
From: Todd Ungerecht [Todd.Ungerecht@noaa.gov]
To: Anderson, David R. [David_R._Anderson@ceq.eop.gov]
CC: Bob.Lohn@noaa.gov [Bob.Lohn@noaa.gov]
Sent: Tue Aug 31 18:35:40 2004
Subject: Re: How is it going?

The call lasted a little longer than it should have been allowed, but I think Bob got through the questions pretty well. Incidentally, I don't know how they got the number, but about 8 or 10 enviro reps were called as the sequence of the callers were recognized. Luckily, none of them were given an opportunity to ask a question.

There were 16 media reps with questions during the call:
1. Eric Barker, Lewiston Tribune
2. Rocky Barker, Idaho Statesman
3. Eva Brandt, Associated Press
4. Kathleen O'Neil, Post-Register News
5. Hal Briton, Seattle Times
6. Will Phinney, Confederated Tribes Bulletin
7. Jeff Barnard, AP
8. Barry Eppeson, Columbia Basin Bulletin
9. Bill Rudolph, NW Fishletter
10. Natalie Henry, Greenwire
11. Eric Robinson, the Columbian (Vancouver, WA)
12. Blaine Harden, Washington Post (NW office)
13. Michelle Cole, The Oregonian
14. Gary G?, Highland Times
15. Mark Engler, Capitol Press
16. Amy Cole, Movable Currents (I suspect an arm of American Rivers)

Bob gave a 10 minute overview following the points, followed by Q&A. The qs focused on a variety of issues--how the opinion achieved no jeopardy for Snake River fall chinook and sockeye, how RSWs work and the project timeframe for their installation, etc., and then evolved into questions about the jeopardy standard, how different from 2000, whether it would lessen the standard for recovery, how the environmental baseline from 2000 changed, how harvest impacted, what about the 199 RPAs in 2000 bi-op.

Blaine Harden (the NW rep for the Washington Post) asked if dam removal would be out of the opinion and if the ocean conditions went south would dam removal be brought back in, etc.,

The AP reporters focused on the standard--whether it would be for sustainability or for recovery.

Natalie Henry from Greenwire asked if the new proposed actions would respond to Judge Redden's concerns.

Bob did well in responding to all questions and encouraged them to review the details of the opinion when its released.

Todd Ungerecht
Senior Policy Advisor
Northwest Region
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
U.S. Department of Commerce
(206) 526-6152

----- Original Message -----
From: "Anderson, David R."
Date: Tuesday, August 31, 2004 2:37 pm
Subject: How is it going?


> Jim and I are eager hear.
>

-----Original Message-----
From: Alexandra Preate [mailto:apreate@politicalcap.com]
Sent: Monday, August 30, 2004 4:32 PM
To: bc04volunteers@georgewbush.org
Subject: Gotham document

Matt - thanks!

Alexandra V. Preate
Chief Executive Officer
Political Capital LLC
212.588.9148 phone
212.588.8924 fax
www.politicalcap.com

ATTACHMENT: GHall K. Rove Advance Memo August 30.pdf
-----Original Message-----
From: Mattingly, Alixe [mailto:amattingly@2004nycgop.org]
Sent: Saturday, August 28, 2004 3:05 PM
To: aviolette@georgewbush.com
Cc: swhitson@georgewbush.org
Subject: no one on 3 pm call

All I have is music...
-----Original Message-----
From: Tim Griffin - Research/Communications [mailto:tgriffin@rnchq.org]
Sent: Thursday, August 26, 2004 6:34 PM
To: kporter@rpof.org; Lindy Landreaux - Political [mailto:LLandreaux@rnchq.org]; Miriam Moore - Research/Communications [mailto:MMoore@rnchq.org]; Victoria Newton - Research/Communications [mailto:VNewton@rnchq.org]; Shawn Reinschmiedt - Research/Communications [SReinschmiedt@rnchq.org]; rkammerdiner@rnchq.org; sshiver@rpof.org; bdoster@georgewbush.org
Subject: Re: caging

Thx
Tim Griffin
Research Director and
Deputy Communications Director
Republican National Committee
310 First Street, S.E.
Washington, D.C. 20003
w:(202) 863-8815
f: (202) 863-8744
tgriffin@rnchq.org

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Kelly Porter [kporter@rpof.org]
> To: Lindy Landreaux - Political [LLandreaux@rnchq.org]; Miriam Moore - Research/Communications [MMoore@rnchq.org]; Victoria Newton - Research/Communications [VNewton@rnchq.org]; Tim Griffin - Research/Communications [tgriffin@rnchq.org]; Shawn Reinschmiedt - Research/Communications [SReinschmiedt@rnchq.org]; rkammerdiner@rnchq.org [rkammerdiner@rnchq.org]; Stephen Shiver [sshiver@rpof.org]; bdoster@georgewbush.org [bdoster@georgewbush.org]
> Sent: Thu Aug 26 18:12:49 2004
> Subject: caging
>
> Total as of today is 1834.
>
> Kelly
>
> ATTACHMENT:
Caging-1.xls
-----Original Message-----
From: Tim Griffin - Research/Communications [mailto:tgriffin@rnchq.org]
Sent: Wednesday, August 25, 2004 5:55 PM
To: Kelly Porter [mailto:kporter@rpof.org]; Lindy Landreaux - Political [mailto:LLandreaux@rnchq.org]; Miriam Moore - Research/Communications [mailto:MMoore@rnchq.org]; Victoria Newton - Research/Communications [mailto:VNewton@rnchq.org]; Shawn Reinschmiedt - Research/Communications [mailto:SReinschmiedt@rnchq.org]; rkammerdiner@rnchq.org; Stephen Shiver [mailto:sshiver@rpof.org]; bdoster@georgewbush.org
Subject: RE: caging

thank you, perfect
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Kelly Porter [mailto:kporter@rpof.org]
> Sent: Wednesday, August 25, 2004 5:47 PM
> To: Lindy Landreaux - Political; Miriam Moore - Research/Communications; Victoria Newton - Research/Communications; Tim Griffin - Research/Communications; Shawn Reinschmiedt - Research/Communications; rkammerdiner@rnchq.org; Stephen Shiver; bdoster@georgewbush.org
> Subject: caging
> The total to date is 1771.
>
> Thanks.
>
> Kelly
>
> ATTACHMENT:
Caging.xls
-----Original Message-----
From: Mike Sheridan [mailto:mikesheridan@wsrp.org]
Sent: Thursday, August 19, 2004 5:16 PM
To: John White
Cc: 'Jon Seaton'
Subject: FW: Reminder of your HAVA meetings shortly

Here are the documents. The "Modifications" document has some specific things they're asking for from you.

Mike Sheridan, Political Director
Washington State Republican Party
16400 Southcenter Parkway, Suite 200
Seattle, WA 98188
(206) 575-2900 x16 (phone)
(206) 575-1730 (fax)
-----Original Message-----
From: Jon Seaton [mailto:jseaton@georgewbush.com]
Sent: Wednesday, August 11, 2004 12:41 PM
To: Mike Sheridan; Chris Gulugian-Taylor - Political; Peter Abbarno
Subject: FW: Reminder of your HAVA meetings shortly
We are pushed back to 1:00.

-----Original Message-----
From: Molly Houser
Sent: Wednesday, August 11, 2004 11:41 AM
To: Jon Seaton; Doug Badger
Subject: Reminder of your HAVA meetings shortly

We will be reviewing your HAVA implementation plans on Wed using the following schedule (call info is below):

2:45-3:10 NV
3:10-3:35 OR
3:35-4 WA

Conference Number: 866-809-4014
Access Code: 9537533

ATTACHMENT: NW HAVA Plan Modifications.doc
ATTACHMENT: State Implementation Template III.doc
ATTACHMENT: poll watcher county matrix.xls

-----Original Message-----
From: Mike Sheridan [mailto:mikesheridan@wsrp.org]
Sent: Thursday, August 19, 2004 3:34 PM
To: 'Jon Seaton [mailto:jseaton@georgewbush.org]'
Subject: FW: voter file affiliation lists

John,

I went through them with peter and added dates, and unless otherwise stated the affiliations came from a combination of mail, calls, and elephant hunt. Let me know if you need more.

Mike Sheridan, Political Director
Washington State Republican Party
16400 Southcenter Parkway, Suite 200
Seattle, WA 98188
(206) 575-2900 x16 (phone)
(206) 575-1730 (fax)
-----Original Message-----
From: Jon Seaton [mailto:jseaton@georgewbush.com]
Sent: Thursday, August 19, 2004 11:49 AM
To: Mike Sheridan
Subject: FW: voter file affiliation lists

-----Original Message-----
From: Molly Houser
Sent: Thursday, August 19, 2004 11:15 AM
To: Jon Seaton
Subject: RE: voter file affiliation lists

Now Cary wants the basis for each affiliation and how old the data is…see below. But I don't know if Peter knows about this additional request.

About the HAVA call, Cary said he would talk to you about that…just remind him next time you talk to him

Molly Houser
NW Regional Political Coordinator
703.647.2723
703.647.2994 fax
-----Original Message-----
From: Jon Seaton
Sent: Thursday, August 19, 2004 2:13 PM
To: Molly Houser
Subject: RE: voter file affiliation lists

Did Abbarno not get you what you needed?

-----Original Message-----
From: Molly Houser
Sent: Thursday, August 19, 2004 11:12 AM
To: Scott Stewart; Doug Badger; Jon Seaton
Subject: FW: voter file affiliation lists
Importance: High

Do ya'll have any more information on these lists from yesterday?

Molly Houser
NW Regional Political Coordinator
703.647.2723
703.647.2994 fax
-----Original Message-----
From: Cary Evans
Sent: Thursday, August 19, 2004 7:54 AM
To: Jon Seaton; Doug Badger; Scott Stewart
Cc: Molly Houser; Tony Gius
Subject: FW: voter file affiliation lists
Importance: High

Can you help Molly with this first thing today please? thanks.

Can you find out the basis for the following affiliations - survey, call, mail, state list? all the detail you can get. including age of data. Can you say spreadsheet for each state?

Need this info by 3 pm edt today LATEST. Earlier would be better.


priority lists are in bold underlined

NV
pro tax cuts
pro balanced budget
pro strengthen social security
pro life
pro choice
boater
hunter
bush supporter 2004
nra member
what is MAP?
social conservative
sportsman
veteran

OR
conservative Oregonian
pro life
pro choice
pro-gun
anti-gun
hunt only
hunt and fish
veterans issues
farmers group
hold the line on taxes
lean toward d
lean toward r

WA crime prevention -- 96 to 98
education funding - 2000 to present
for environment - 2000 to present
for growth control - 96 to 2000
for job creation - 96 to present
for local school control - 96 to present
for moral values - 96 to present
for tax relief - 96 to present
for teacher spending - 96 to present
pro life - 2000 from Gorton Campaign
pro choice - 2000 from Gorton campaign
pro hand guns - 2000 from Gorton Campaign
anti hand guns - 2000 from Gorton Campiagn
pro repeal taxes - 2000 to 2002 petition
anti repeal taxes - 2000 to 2002 petition
veteran - 2000 from Gorton campaign
gun owner - 2000 from Gorton Campaign
hunter - 96 to present
seniors issues - 96 to present
dams issues - 2000 from petition drive
pro Gorton - 96 to 2000
social conservative - 96 to present
sportsman - 96 to present

Cary Evans
cevans@georgewbush.com
www.georgewbush.com
(703) 647-2735
(703) 647-2995 (fax)

Become a Bush Volunteer. Sign up at www.georgewbush.com/signup

-----Original Message-----
From: Karen W Hammond [mailto:karen.hammond@juno.com]
Sent: Thursday, August 19, 2004 12:07 PM
To: kvetri@georgewbush.org
Cc: FHSuitter@suitter.com
Subject: Fw: RE:

David Plummer was unable to attend the Seattle or LA events. As you can see, they are still interested in finding one that will fit their schedules with POTUS. ($25,000) Do you have an updated schedule of events other than convention I can get to him? If I can get the money before convention, is there an event at Convention with POTUS where they can get their picture?

Frank....see below...David is still on board.

--------- Forwarded message ----------
From: "Carol A. Shrives" [carol@classicstar.com]
To: "Karen W Hammond" [karen.hammond@juno.com]
Date: Thu, 19 Aug 2004 08:56:27 -0600
Subject: RE:
Message-ID:
DCDD1F18594EDC4BA0031E104D69183B03BC3A@stallion.classicstar.classicstar. com

Hi Karen,

David and Debby are still very much interested in attending a Victory Event and David asked me to contact you for a schedule of upcoming events and related information. Thank you and please contact me anytime for assistance.

Sincerely,

Carol A. Shrives
Assistant to the CEO
ClassicStar, LLC
-----Original Message-----
From: Rob Bassin [mailto:rbassin@aipac.org]
Sent: Thursday, August 19, 2004 10:22 AM
To: mdowd@georgewbush.org; MDowd@rnchq.org
Subject: AIPAC Event at the Convention

Matthew,

I wanted to check in and see if your schedule was going to permit you to be part of our program on Monday morning, August 30, up in New York. It would be great if you could be part of the panel. Ralph Reed and Stuart Stevens have already confirmed...you would complete the triumverate. The event is being held at 8:00 a.m. at the The Drake Hotel, located at 56th Street and Park Ave. I hope you can make it. Please let me know as soon as possible.

Thanks,

Rob

Robert H. Bassin
rbassin@aipac.org
-----Original Message-----
From: Cary Evans [mailto:cevans@georgewbush.com]
Sent: Thursday, August 19, 2004 6:47 AM
To: chris@nevadagop.org; Rich Beeson
Cc: Scott Stewart
Subject: RE: yucca

You mean this ad on Yucca? Attached.

ATTACHMENT: (MoveOn) Waste 8-17-04.rm

-----Original Message-----
From: Chris Carr's Blackberry [mailto:chriscarr@attwireless.blackberry.net]
Sent: Wednesday, August 18, 2004 10:43 PM
To: Rich Beeson [mailto:rbeeson@rnchq.org
Cc: Cary Evans [mailto:cevans@georgewbush.com]; Scott Stewart [mailto:sstewart@georgewbush.org]
Subject:

Moveon.org has begun their media campaign against the President on yucca saying the President promised governor Guinn that he would veto yucca and then he lied. Their attempt is to divide our base and label our President as a liar. Also, "communities for quality education" is running ads attacking the President for not fully funding no child left behind. Both are running on local ABC affiliates and both have a local message for NV.
Chris Carr
702-258-9182 p
702-258-9186 f

-----Original Message-----
From: Carrie Thompson [mailto:cthompson@rpof.org]
Sent: Wednesday, August 18, 2004 8:55 PM
To: Sarah Anderson [mailto:sanderson@rpof.org]
Cc: Andy Palmer [mailto:apalmer@rnchq.org]; jbennick@georgewbush.org
Subject: CSV Files

ATTACHMENTS: 11A_7664_20_2004817.CSV; 11E_7470_238_2004817.CSV; 24R-1_7672_140_2004817.CSV; 25E_7665_238_2004817.CSV; 25J_7666_188_2004817.CSV; 25T_7667_144_2004817.CSV; 25X_7671_175_2004817.CSV; 2B_7669_337_2004817.CSV; 2E_7483_187_2004817.CSV; 2F_7670_242_2004817.CSV; 43X_7451_208_2004817.CSV; 44X_7471_322_2004817.CSV; 63Q_7452_219_2004817.CSV; 70Q_7811_210_2004818.CSV; 70V_7813_11_2004818.CSV; 71Q_7812_262_2004818.CSV; 90R_7814_18_2004818.CSV; 91Q_7815_41_2004818.CSV; 91R_7816_3_2004818.CSV; 92Q_7817_123_2004818.CSV; 92Q-1_7818_122_2004818.CSV; 93Q_7819_2_2004818.CSV; 93Q-1_7820_35_2004818.CSV; 97R-1_7821_2_2004818.CSV; 98R_7822_9_2004818.CSV;

-----Original Message-----
From: Carrie Thompson [mailto:cthompson@rpof.org]
Sent: Saturday, August 14, 2004 1:23 PM
To: Andy Palmer [mailto:apalmer@rnchq.org]; jbennick@georgewbush.org; mfletcher@georgewbush.org
Cc: Korie Kapal [mailto:kkapal@rpof.org]; Carrie Thompson [mailto:cthompson@rpof.org]
Subject: WROCKS

ATTACHMENT: WROCKS.xls
-----Original Message-----
From: Carrie Thompson [mailto:cthompson@rpof.org]
Sent: Wednesday, August 11, 2004 3:48 PM
To: mazel@georgewbush.org; jbennick@georgewbush.org; Korie Kapal [mailto:kkapal@rpof.org]
Subject: Monster Truck Event

Jen- Have you heard anything about attending this event? Should we just nose around with some clip boards? :-)

The event is on the 20th and 21st of August.
-----Original Message-----
From: Mary Jane Aurdal [mailto:czarina@whidbey.com]
Sent: Monday, August 09, 2004 2:02 PM
To: dullain Ehrlich [mailto:dullainehrlich@wsrp.org]; 'Donald Povia' [mailto:dpovia@georgewbush.com]; Jon Seaton [mailto:jseaton@georgewbush.org]; 'Peter Abbarno' [mailto:peterabbarno@wsrp.org]
Cc: kathryn@jenniferdunn.org
Subject: Re: Volunteer Recruitment

Hey, Dullain, you gotta admit that when we start a campaign to oust Kerry and elect a Republican President in 2008, Evelyn will have all her homework done .... Meanwhile, she seems to be a "permanent fixture," as in "this whole campaign will fall apart without her."
-- anonymous

-----Original Message-----
From: dullain Ehrlich [mailto:dullainehrlich@wsrp.org]
Sent: Monday, August 09, 2004 12:28 PM
To: 'Donald Povia' [mailto:dpovia@georgewbush.com]; Jon Seaton [mailto:jseaton@georgewbush.org]; 'Peter Abbarno' [mailto:peterabbarno@wsrp.org]
Cc: kathryn@jenniferdunn.org; 'Mary Jane Aurdal'
Subject: Volunteer Recruitment

This is what Evelyn has had HER VOLUNTEER COORDINATOR doing this past week. I sincerely do not know how we are going to make numbers if this is what our BUSH/CHENEY 2ND CD CO-CHAIRPERSON is doing. The entire campaign and election will be long gone before, if ,anything is ever accomplished by Evelyn. We have now lost another week. I cannot do it alone. This is an outrage. We have only 12 weeks left and here another week is lost with another Chart. Any suggestions? Dullain

From: Bonney Ottow [mailto:whitediamondsports@comcast.net]
Sent: Monday, August 09, 2004 8:09 AM
To: dullain Ehrlich
Subject: Volunteer Recruitment

HI Dullain,

I met with Evelyn and Frauna last Tuesday night before going up to Terra. I have gotten together a system for recruitment of volunteers that I will be showing to Evelyn tomorrow. After her comments I plan to proceed with it and will contact each of the volunteer captains. I just wanted to let you know what was going on with what I have been asked to do. I will forward a copy of of the system with names if you would like. I won't have that typed up until after meeting with Evelyn and Frauna tomorrow.

Talk to you later,

Bonney Ottow

-----Original Message-----
From: Jessica Hanson [mailto:jhanson@rpof.org]
Sent: Saturday, August 07, 2004 4:54 PM
To: mfletcher@georgewbush.org; Andy Palmer; Jennifer Bennick; Brett Doster; rrobinson@georgewbush.org
Subject: Palm Beach County's Week of Phonebanking

ATTACHMENT: Phonebank Tracking July 31 - August 6.xls

-----Original Message-----
From: Carrie Thompson [mailto:cthompson@rpof.org]
Sent: Wednesday, August 04, 2004 3:33 PM
To: Andy Palmer; mfletcher@georgewbush.org; jbennick@georgewbush.org; bdoster@georgewbush.org
Cc: Korie Kapal
Subject: Numbers for this week

Here are all of our numbers for this week. I will send each of you a report at the end of the day from here on out. Please call me if you may have questions or comments.

Sincerely,

Carrie Thompson
954-290-2486
cthompson@rpof.org

ATTACHMENT: W Rocks Phone Bank AnalysisAug.xls

-----Original Message-----
From: Jason Heki [mailto:JHeki@rnchq.org]
Sent: Wednesday, August 04, 2004 12:22 PM
To: jearle@georgewbush.org
Cc: hans@iowagop.org
Subject: Dallas County 8-3-04 meeting report

Attached is the Dallas County meeting (8-3-04) report.
Jason

ATTACHMENT: Dallas County 8-3-04 meeting.xls

-----Original Message-----
From: Justin Uran - Political [mailto:JUran@rnchq.org]
Sent: Tuesday, August 03, 2004 2:04 PM
To: dolson@georgewbush.org
Subject:

ATTACHMENT: Church_Lists.xls

-----Original Message-----
From: Mattingly, Alixe [mailto:amattingly@2004nycgop.org]
Sent: Monday, August 02, 2004 5:55 PM
To: dm.perino@verizon.net; bwalton@georgewbush.org; tessier@podestamattoon.com; cjessop@georgewbus.org; ashley.snee@gov.ca.gov; adamsjul@hotmail.com; jschmidt@schmidtpa.com; marniefunk@hotmail.com; aharden@georgewbush.com
Cc: Maescher, Rebecca [mailto:rmaescher@2004nycgop.org]; Foley, Jennifer [mailto:JFoley@2004nycgop.org]; pstevens@who.eop.gov; Mattingly, Alixe [mailto:amattingly@2004nycgop.org]; Cram, Julie [mailto:jcram@2004nycgop.org]
Subject: touching base on the convention

Greetings,

I look forward to speaking with each of you within the next 24 hours to review our mission and your specific assignment for the convention. Your role in enabling effective coverage of our convention on the major networks is a critical one and we've got a great team. We've got a lot of work to do in the coming weeks, but hopefully will have some fun too.

You will be receiving a ton of info in the coming days….. specifically, Rebecca Maescher (of the Convention staff and who will be of huge support to our team) will forward to you a lot of very important info on the network coverage, requests to date, etc etc ….. please print it, study it carefully, begin to create a notebook, and be prepared to contact your network key contacts. Most of these requests have been registered with the campaign, the White House, and many of our individual super surrogates. Nonetheless, you will be responsible for your specific network as we go forward. Our immediate task is to make sense of it all, help make strategic decisions and begin to make commitments to our network counterparts. Nicole Devenish, Pam Stevens, Jennifer Foley, Taylor Griffen, Julie Cram and others will be integral to this entire process and work hand in hand with our team.

You will be receiving info on a daily basis, and we will establish a routine way to communicate. I am in NYC and will be in DC on Thursday, hoping that we can meet to jump start our work. Please let me know your availability to talk in the next 48 hours by phone. Forgive my delay in getting in touch, but look forward to seeing you soon.

I am reachable at 212-356-2349 or cell 805-886-6584. (And please let me know that you received this with a quick return e-mail)

Again…. Sorry for the inundation of info you are about to receive in subsequent e-mails. :

Cheers,

Alixe

-----Original Message-----
From: Smith, Jackie [mailto:Jackie.Smith@mail.house.gov]
Sent: Monday, August 02, 2004 9:50 AM
To: 'bbevis@georgewbush.org'
Subject: Congressman Ander Crenshaw
Importance: High

Brewster,
Ander would like to attend the McCain event. Suzy Loving is sending me tickets. Will Ander have a speaking role? What do you want him to do? I am trying to put his schedule together. Since it is scheduling, I can use the office email. Jackie

Jacquelyn Smith
District Director
Congressman Ander Crenshaw, FL-04
1061 Riverside Avenue, Suite 100
Jacksonville, Florida 32204
904.598-0481

-----Original Message-----
From: Lori Shortt [mailto:Lori@harrisonrivard.com]
Sent: Friday, July 30, 2004 4:48 PM
To: nbreeding@georgewbush.org
Cc: William Harrison [mailto:wharrison@harrisonrivard.com]
Subject: Huckabee Events

I spoke with William and he'll be glad to pick up Governor Huckabee from airport and drive him to the Holiday Inn Select. Cindy at Holiday Inn said Governor Huckabee could use the Bay Room on 2nd floor for a little privacy. I'll make sure that William has this information but just in case Cindy is not in the Sales Office and there is some question, you can speak with Jeaneen in the Sales Office also. Thanks and have a great weekend!

-----Original Message-----
From: Hans Gullickson [mailto:hans@iowagop.org]
Sent: Tuesday, July 27, 2004 9:02 PM
To: ssauber@georgewbush.org
Subject: FW: Iowa-S Dakota Event Options

Email me back a few suggestions.
In ranked order

-----Original Message-----
From: Holland Patterson - Political [mailto:HMPatterson@rnchq.org]
Sent: Friday, July 23, 2004 10:37 AM
To: hans@iowagop.org
Subject: FW: Iowa-S Dakota Event Options

What do you think would be good?
-----Original Message-----
From: Brian Lyle - Political
Sent: Friday, July 23, 2004 11:33 AM
To: Holland Patterson - Political
Subject: FW: Iowa-S Dakota Event Options
Here are some events that GMR found for IA and SD. Might be a good starting point to discuss Reggie in those states. At the very least they might want to do their own thing if we cannot get Reggie there.

-----Original Message-----
From: Julie A. Coughlin [mailto:jcoughlin@gmrlive.com]
Sent: Friday, July 23, 2004 11:24 AM
To: Brian Lyle - Political
Cc: Eric Rose; Richard Adams
Subject: Iowa-S Dakota Event Options
Brian,
Ask and you shall receive, attached are some event options for Iowa and South Dakota for the timeframe of August 23-29th. I will be out of the office the remainder of the afternoon at an event, but you can certainly feel free to contact me on my cell phone at any time. If you have specific event related questions feel free to call our Events Group Manager, Rich Adams.
Thanks Brian, have a great weekend!
Julie

Eric's Cell: 262.893.5281
Julie's Cell: 414.467.2275
Rich Adam's Desk: 262.780.6126

Julie A. Coughlin
GMR. The way to live marketing.
GMR | Account Executive | 5000 S. Towne Drive | New Berlin, WI 53151 | Direct 262.780.6154 | Fax 262.786.1126 | Mobile 414.467.2275 | jcoughlin@gmrlive.com

ATTACHMENT: Iowa-S Dakota Event Options.doc
-----Original Message-----
From: Alan Levine [mailto:levine@jeb.org]
Sent: Thursday, July 22, 2004 10:39 PM
To: jeb@jeb.org; bdoster@georgewbush.org; toni@jeb.org; denver@jeb.org; william@jeb.org; patricia@jeb.org
Subject: FW: Newt on What Is At Stake in 2004 Election

-----Original Message-----
From: Vince Haley [mailto:vhaley@gingrichgroup.com]
Sent: Thursday, July 22, 2004 1:21 PM
To: levine@jeb.org
Subject: Newt on What Is At Stake in 2004 Election

Alan,

I wanted to forward along to you a synthesis by Newt on what he considers to be the defining issues of the 2004 election. Of course much of this is likely to be very familiar ground to you but I thought you would like to see what he is circulating.

You should feel free to share it with Republican allies.

All the best.

Vince

ATTACHMENT: NEWT-WHAT_IS_AT_STAKE_IN_2004_ELECTION.pdf

-----Original Message-----
From: Eikenberg, Eric [mailto:Eric.Eikenberg@mail.house.gov]
Sent: Monday, July 19, 2004 10:28 AM
To: FL GOP COS [mailto:FloridaGop@mail.house.gov]
Cc: McCormick, Julie [mailto:Julie.McCormick@mail.house.gov]
Subject: White House briefing
Importance: High

In a follow-up to the briefing we had a few months ago, Mr. Shaw invites your boss (and you) to a FL briefing this Thursday, July 22nd at 8:30 AM at the RNC (Montana conference room) with Ken Mehlman and Karl Rove (possible). Please let me know if you and your boss will attend.

Eric

REMINDER:
FL Citrus breakfast tomorrow morning, July 20th at 8:30 in B338 and lunch hosted by Florida Bankers this Thursday, July 22 at 12 noon, Cap. Hill Club.

-----Original Message-----
From: John Salotti [mailto:jsalotti@eastern.edu]
Sent: Tuesday, July 13, 2004 4:05 PM
To: cbrennan@georgewbush.org
Subject: Reports

ATTACHMENT: Copy of MontcoRockstracking.xls
-----Original Message-----
From: Ryan Krabill [mailto:rkrabill@georgewbush.com]
Sent: Tuesday, July 13, 2004 12:34 PM
To: Donald Povia [dpovia@georgewbush.com]; Thomas Roberts [troberts@georgewbush.com]; Jon Seaton [jseaton@georgewbush.org]; Jennifer Williams [jwilliams@georgewbush.com]
Subject: Spam Alert: RE: i think

Just stay away from Jenna or things could get ugly.

RJK

-----Original Message-----
From: Donald Povia [dpovia@georgewbush.com]
Sent: Tuesday, July 13, 2004 12:26 PM
To: Thomas Roberts; 'Jon Seaton'; Ryan Krabill; Jennifer Williams
Subject: i think

She and I would look good together…


Tue Jul 13,11:44 AM ET

U.S. President George W. Bush (news - web sites) and his daughter Barbara walk from the Marine One helicopter to Air Force One, July 13, 2004 at Andrews Air Force Base in Maryland, just outside Washington. Bush and his daughter are traveling to the Midwest for a two-day campaign trip. REUTERS/Larry Downing

Don Povia
Washington State Field Representative
Bush-Cheney '04, Inc.
dpovia@georgewbush.com
Office: 866.660.BUSH
Direct: 425.688.0148
Cell: 425.736.9186
Fax: 425.688.0170
www.georgewbush.com
----- Original Message -----
From: "dullain Ehrlich" [dullainehrlich@wsrp.org]
To: "'Donald Povia'" [dpovia@georgewbush.com],"'Peter Abbarno'" [peterabbarno@wsrp.org],"Jon Seaton" [jseaton@georgewbush.org]
Sent: Mon, 19 Jul 2004 21:07:52 -0700
Subject: FW: RE: Federal Campaign Law FYI DULLAIN

-----Original Message-----
From: Ann Humphreys [mailto:ash439@gte.net]
Sent: Monday, July 19, 2004 7:03 PM
To: Dullain
Subject: Fw: RE: Federal Campaign Law

----- Original Message -----
From: "ardean anvik" [ardeananvik@hotmail.com]
To: [ash439@gte.net]
Sent: Saturday, July 17, 2004 10:08 AM
Subject: FW: RE: Federal Campaign Law

> FYI - I sent a request to Chris and here is his reply
>
> Ardean Anvik
>
>
> >From: "Chris Vance" [chrisvance@wsrp.org]
> >To: "'ardean anvik'" [ardeananvik@hotmail.com]
> >Subject: RE: Federal Campaign Law
> >Date: Fri, 16 Jul 2004 12:52:54 -0700
> >
> >Will do!
> >
> >CV
> >
> >-----Original Message-----
> >From: ardean anvik [mailto:ardeananvik@hotmail.com]
> >Sent: Friday, July 16, 2004 12:47 PM
> >To: chrisvance@wsrp.org
> >Subject: Federal Campaign Law
> >
> >
> >Chris,
> >
> >I took the information you gave me regarding usage of County Party
> >assets
> >(e.g. newsletters, phone banks) for federal candidates to my County
> >Central
> >Committee and asked for direction as to accepting ads from campaigns or
> >individuals. I explained the information you had provided. Steve
> >VanDenover, Mason County Chair, asked me to check with other counties as
> >to
> >how they are handling national candidates, such as Nethercutt, Bush and
> >Congressional Candidates. I called a few counties and discussed this
> >issue
> >in detail with the State Committeewoman and Editor of the Skagit County
> >Republican newsletter, Ann Marie Humphreys. She was unaware of the
> >prohibiitions that you had outlined to me for newsletters. IN fact she
> >had
> >an ad for George Bush in her latest Newsletter. I told her what you had
> >
> >explained to me about newsletter prohibitions.
> >
> >May I request that you or someone on your staff send directions
> >regarding
> >what Counties can and cannot do as it pertains to newsletters and phone
> >banks usage for federal candidates. There is a great deal of ignorance
> >out
> >here and many counties are violating the campaign law as I understood it
> >
> >from you. God help us if the Democrats find out. I think we all need
> >direction. Can you help us?
> >
> >Thanks, Chris
> >
> >Ardean A. Anvik
> >State Committeeman, Mason COunty
-----Original Message-----
From: Thomas Roberts [mailto:troberts@georgewbush.com]
Sent: Monday, July 12, 2004 5:31 PM
To: Jennifer Williams [mailto:jwilliams@georgewbush.com]; Donald Povia [mailto:dpovia@georgewbush.com]; Ryan Krabill [mailto:rkrabill@georgewbush.com]; Jon Seaton [mailto:jseaton@georgewbush.org]
Subject: RE: roll call - bizzaro seaton

Jon can probably enlighten us. They do a lot of crack in the Bay area.

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Thomas Roberts
Bush Cheney '04
troberts@georgewbush.com
Office: (866) 660-BUSH
Fax: (425) 688-0170

From: Jennifer Williams
Sent: Monday, July 12, 2004 2:28 PM
To: Donald Povia; Ryan Krabill; 'Jon Seaton'; Thomas Roberts
Subject: RE: roll call - bizzaro seaton

I was just trying to educate myself.

-----Original Message-----
From: Donald Povia
Sent: Monday, July 12, 2004 2:27 PM
To: Jennifer Williams; Ryan Krabill; 'Jon Seaton'; Thomas Roberts
Subject: RE: roll call - bizzaro seaton

Would you have rather him said "Mr. Rodriguez is wiping crack."?

-----Original Message-----
From: Jennifer Williams
Sent: Monday, July 12, 2004 2:24 PM
To: Ryan Krabill; Donald Povia; 'Jon Seaton'; Thomas Roberts
Subject: RE: roll call - bizzaro seaton

Crack is supposed to be smoked?

-----Original Message-----
From: Ryan Krabill
Sent: Monday, July 12, 2004 2:11 PM
To: Donald Povia; 'Jon Seaton'; Jennifer Williams; Thomas Roberts
Subject: RE: roll call - bizzaro seaton

With respect to the Spokane media market, Mr. Rodriguez is smoking crack.

RJK
-----Original Message-----
From: Donald Povia
Sent: Monday, July 12, 2004 4:28 PM
To: 'Jon Seaton'; Jennifer Williams; Ryan Krabill; Thomas Roberts
Subject: roll call - bizzaro seaton

21 WASHINGTON (11 EVs):

Play It Again, Sam

John Kerry named Sam Rodriguez his new WA state dir. Rodriguez said the Dem ticket is "a perfect match" for the "trade-dependent state, despite" GOP criticism of John Edwards' "protectionist views." Rodriguez said he's "guardedly optimistic" that Kerry and Edwards will carry WA's 11 EVs, noting that "the high caliber" of Sen. Patty Murray's (D) reelection campaign "will lift all Democratic candidates." Rodriguez said the Spokane media market "is a key target"; the region "narrowly went for" Pres. Clinton, but Pres. Bush "trounced" Al Gore in 2000. Rodriguez: "We feel good about breaking even or winning there this time" (Ammons, AP, 7/10).

Don Povia
Washington State Field Representative
Bush-Cheney '04, Inc.
dpovia@georgewbush.com
Office: 866.660.BUSH
Direct: 425.688.0148
Cell: 425.736.9186
Fax: 425.688.0170
www.georgewbush.com

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