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John Franklin

on March 17, 2009
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Franklin is campaign manager and general consultant at Franklin Consulting, LLC. (www.johnfranklin.org)

[b]2009:[/b] Franklin returned as policy advisor and Political Director for Congressman Darrell Issa (CA-49)

[b]2008, Jun.-Nov.:[/b] Franklin managed Dean Andal's campaign for Congress(CA-11).

[b]2008, Mar.-Jun.:[/b] Franklin managed the campaign to oppose the recall of Jeff Denham (SD-12).

[b]2008, Jan.-Mar.:[/b] Franklin served as Executive Director to the Chairman of the 2008 National Republican Congressional Committee's Annual fundraising gala. The event raised $8.6 million for the NRCC.

[b]2007:[/b] Franklin was a consultant on the campaign of Duncan D. Hunter in his 2008 congressional race (CA-52).

[b]2006:[/b] Franklin managed the campaign of Brian Bilbray in his 2006 congressional special election (CA-50).

[b]2006:[/b] Franklin managed the campaign of Sharron Angle in her 2006 congressional primary election (NV-02).

[b]2006:[/b] Franklin was Finance Director to Mike Whalen in his 2006 general election (IA-01).

Previously, Franklin served as a Legislative Aide (defense & tax) for U.S. Representative Darrell Issa since 2003. He also served as Issa'a Political Director during Issa's Chairmanship of the NRCC March Dinner in 2008 prior to managing Jeff Denham's campaign against the recall.

Franlkin's LinkedIn page, http://www.linkedin.com/pub/5/091/115
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Darrell Issa

on March 17, 2009
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Issa is a member of the U.S. House of Representatives

http://www.issa.house.gov

Issa is currently Ranking Republican Member of the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform

http://republicans.oversight.house.gov/

Issa also serves on the Judiciary Committee

2008: Issa was Chairman of the National Republican Congressional Committee's Annual Fundraising event which raised $8.6 million for the Party.

2003: Issa was the major contributor to "Rescue California" the organization which organized the petition gathering to recall Governor Grey Davis.

2000: Issa was elected to the U.S. House

1998: Issa sought the Republican nomination for U.S. Senate

1996: Issa served as the Republican National Convention Volunteer Chairman

Issa is a former Chairman of the Consumer Electronics Association, former Chairman of the San Diego Lincoln Club

Issa is the founder, former CEO and currently a member of the board of directors of Directed Electronics Inc. (DEIX on the NASDAQ) Directed Electronics manufactures the popular "Viper" car alarm. http://www.directed.com

Issa's top staffers include, Chief of Staff, Dale Neugebauer, District Director, Phil Paule, Political Director, John Franklin
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Darrell Issa

on March 17, 2009
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Issa is a member of the U.S. House of Representatives

http://www.issa.house.gov

Issa is currently Ranking Republican Member of the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform

http://www.republicans.oversight.house.gov

Issa also serves on the Judiciary Committee

2008: Issa was Chairman of the National Republican Congressional Committee's Annual Fundraising event which raised $8.6 million for the Party.

2003: Issa was the major contributor to "Rescue California" the organization which organized the petition gathering to recall Governor Grey Davis.

2000: Issa was elected to the U.S. House

1998: Issa sought the Republican nomination for U.S. Senate

1996: Issa served as the Republican National Convention Volunteer Chairman

Issa is a former Chairman of the Consumer Electronics Association, former Chairman of the San Diego Lincoln Club

Issa is the founder, former CEO and currently a member of the board of directors of Directed Electronics Inc. (DEIX on the NASDAQ) Directed Electronics manufactures the popular "Viper" car alarm. http://www.directed.com

Issa's top staffers include, Chief of Staff, Dale Neugebauer, District Director, Phil Paule, Political Director, John Franklin
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Darrell Issa

on March 17, 2009
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Issa is currently Ranking Republican Member of the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform

Issa also serves on the Judiciary Committee

2008: Issa was Chairman of the National Republican Congressional Committee's Annual Fundraising event which raised $8.6 million for the Party.

2003: Issa was the major contributor to "Rescue California" the organization which organized the petition gathering to recall Governor Grey Davis.

2000: Issa was elected to the U.S. House

1998: Issa sought the Republican nomination for U.S. Senate

1996: Issa served as the Republican National Convention Volunteer Chairman

Issa is a former Chairman of the Consumer Electronics Association, former Chairman of the San Diego Lincoln Club

Issa is the founder, former CEO and currently a member of the board of directors of Directed Electronics Inc. (DEIX on the NASDAQ) Directed Electronics manufactures the popular "Viper" car alarm.

Issa's top staffers include, Chief of Staff, Dale Neugebauer, District Director, Phil Paule, Political Director, John Franklin
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Jeff Denham

on March 17, 2009
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Denham is a candidate for California Lt. Governor, 2010

[b]May 7, 2008:[/b] Sen. Don Perata called an end to his campaign to recall Denham "in the spirit of putting politics aside to solve problems." Perata's statement: http://www.sacbee.com/static/weblogs/capitolalertlatest/012414.html

[b]March 24, 2008:[/b] Members Denham's team in his defense against a recall:
-- Wayne Johnson and Tim Clark, JohnsonClark Associates, lead consultants
-- John Franklin, Campaign Manager
-- Kevin Spillane, consultant and media strategist
-- Mark Bogetich, MB Associates, research specialist
-- Steve Kinney, Public Opinion Strategies, pollster
-- John Bovee, Bovee Company, Sacramento fundraiser
-- Jane Clark, JLC Group, district fundraiser
-- Dana Ferriera, deputy on-site campaign manager
Source: Flashreport.org, http://www.flashreport.org/blog.php?postID=2008032413151364

[b] February, 2008:[/b] 67,000 Recall signatures were turned in to election officials in the five counties that encompass the senate district. A total of 31,084 valid signatures need to be counted to qualify the recall for the ballot. If successful, the governor will be required to set a date for the recall election. The most likely date would be the same as the June 3 statewide Primary Election.

[b]September 2007:[/b] Denham created a campaign account to fight the recall attempt against him. Source: http://cal-access.sos.ca.gov/Campaign/Committees/Detail.aspx?id=1300419&view=electronic

[b]2007-2008:[/b] Denham is defending himself against a recall attempt by the state's Democratic leadership. The recall campaign began during the budget impasse in the summer of 2007, as Denham refused to break from the Republican caucus and cast the final vote necessary to pass the state budget. Consultants Wayne Johnson and Tim Clark are working for Denham's defensive campaign.

Denham's website: http://www.joinwithjeff.com/
Recall campaign website: http://www.wedeservebetter.info/


[b]August 2007:[/b] Denham was removed by Senate Pro tem Don Perata as vice chair of the governmental organization committee and as chair of the agriculture committee. after the state budget impasse in which Denham refused to break from the Republican caucus and cast the final vote necessary to pass the budget. Perata returned Denham to a seat on the committee in January 2008, though not as vice-chair.
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Jeff Denham

on March 17, 2009
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[b]May 7, 2008:[/b] Sen. Don Perata called an end to his campaign to recall Denham "in the spirit of putting politics aside to solve problems." Perata's statement: http://www.sacbee.com/static/weblogs/capitolalertlatest/012414.html

[b]March 24, 2008:[/b] Members Denham's team in his defense against a recall:
-- Wayne Johnson and Tim Clark, JohnsonClark Associates, lead consultants
-- John Franklin, Campaign Manager
-- Kevin Spillane, consultant and media strategist
-- Mark Bogetich, MB Associates, research specialist
-- Steve Kinney, Public Opinion Strategies, pollster
-- John Bovee, Bovee Company, Sacramento fundraiser
-- Jane Clark, JLC Group, district fundraiser
-- Dana Ferriera, deputy on-site campaign manager
Source: Flashreport.org, http://www.flashreport.org/blog.php?postID=2008032413151364

[b] February, 2008:[/b] 67,000 Recall signatures were turned in to election officials in the five counties that encompass the senate district. A total of 31,084 valid signatures need to be counted to qualify the recall for the ballot. If successful, the governor will be required to set a date for the recall election. The most likely date would be the same as the June 3 statewide Primary Election.

[b]September 2007:[/b] Denham created a campaign account to fight the recall attempt against him. Source: http://cal-access.sos.ca.gov/Campaign/Committees/Detail.aspx?id=1300419&view=electronic

[b]2007-2008:[/b] Denham is defending himself against a recall attempt by the state's Democratic leadership. The recall campaign began during the budget impasse in the summer of 2007, as Denham refused to break from the Republican caucus and cast the final vote necessary to pass the state budget. Consultants Wayne Johnson and Tim Clark are working for Denham's defensive campaign.

Denham's website: http://www.joinwithjeff.com/
Recall campaign website: http://www.wedeservebetter.info/


[b]August 2007:[/b] Denham was removed by Senate Pro tem Don Perata as vice chair of the governmental organization committee and as chair of the agriculture committee. after the state budget impasse in which Denham refused to break from the Republican caucus and cast the final vote necessary to pass the budget. Perata returned Denham to a seat on the committee in January 2008, though not as vice-chair.
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Duncan D. Hunter

on March 17, 2009
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Member of Congress

2008: Elected to the U.S. House of Representatives

2008: Returned from fighting in Afghanistan as a Marine Captain - Honorably Discharged from USMC.

2007: Announced he would seek election to the seat in Congress being vacated by his father, then U.S. Rep. Duncan Hunter

2007: Retained Dave Gilliard as campaign General Consultant
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Duncan D. Hunter

on March 17, 2009
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Member of Congress

2008: Elected to the U.S. House of Representatives

Returned frp, fighting in Afghanistan as a Marine Captain in 2008.

2007: Announced he would seek election to the seat in Congress being vacated by his father, then U.S. Rep. Duncan Hunter

2007: Retained Dave Gilliard as campaign General Consultant
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Darrell Issa

on March 17, 2009
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Issa is currently Ranking Republican Member of the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform

Issa also serves on the Judiciary Committee

2008: Issa was Chairman of the National Republican Congressional Committee's Annual Fundraising event which raised $8.6 million for the Party.

2003: Issa was the major contributor to "Rescue California" the organization which organized the petition gathering to recall Governor Grey Davis.

2000: Issa was elected to the U.S. House

1998: Issa sought the Republican nomination for U.S. Senate

1996: Issa served as the Republican National Convention Volunteer Chairman

Issa's top staffers include, Chief of Staff, Dale Neugebauer, District Director, Phil Paule, Political Director, John Franklin
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John Franklin

on Feb. 5, 2009
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Franklin is campaign manager and general consultant at Franklin Consulting, LLC. (www.johnfranklin.org)

[b]2009:[/b] Franklin returned as policy advisor and Political Director for Congressman Darrell Issa (CA-49)

[b]2008:[/b] Franklin managed Dean Andal's campaign for Congress(CA-11).

[b]2008:[/b] Franklin managed the campaign to oppose the recall of Jeff Denham (SD-12).

[b]2007:[/b] Franklin was a consultant on the campaign of Duncan D. Hunter in his 2008 congressional race (CA-52).

[b]2006:[/b] Franklin managed the campaign of Brian Bilbray in his 2006 congressional special election (CA-50).

[b]2006:[/b] Franklin managed the campaign of Sharron Angle in her 2006 congressional primary election (NV-02).

[b]2006:[/b] Franklin was Finance Director to Mike Whalen in his 2006 general election (IA-01).

Previously, Franklin served as a Legislative Aide (defense & tax) for U.S. Representative Darrell Issa since 2003. He also served as Issa'a Political Director during Issa's Chairmanship of the NRCC March Dinner in 2008 prior to managing Jeff Denham's campaign against the recall.

Franlkin's LinkedIn page, http://www.linkedin.com/pub/5/091/115
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Don Perata

on July 5, 2008
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[b]May 7, 2008:[/b] Perata called an end to his campaign to recall Sen. Jeff Denham (R-SD12) "in the spirit of putting politics aside to solve problems." Most agree that Perata actually ended the effort because polling numbers indicated the effort was failing badly. The recall was defeated by more than 75%. Perata's statement: http://www.sacbee.com/static/weblogs/capitolalertlatest/012414.html

[b]February 5, 2008:[/b] Prop 93, the initiative to alter term limits (http://www.totalcapitol.com/?contest=653), was defeated by the voters forcing then end of Perata's time in the Senate. Days later Perata handpicked his successor as Senate Pro Tem in Darrell Steinberg (D-SD6). The transition is expected in August 2008 when Perata's term ends.

[b]Summer 2007:[/b] Perata started a recall campaign against Sen. Jeff Denham (R-SD12) after the state budget impasse in which Denham refused to break from the Republican caucus and cast the final vote necessary to pass the budget. The effort has cost as much as $275,000. Perata's spokesman Paul Hefner is also the spokesman for the recall campaign.

[b]August 2007:[/b] Perata removed Denham as vice chair of the governmental organization committee and as chair of the agriculture committee after the state budget impasse in which Denham refused to break from the Republican caucus and cast the final vote necessary to pass the budget. Perata returned Denham to a seat on the committee in January 2008, though not as vice-chair.

[b]February 5, 2008:[/b] Prop 93, the initiative to alter term limits (http://www.totalcapitol.com/?contest=653), was defeated by the voters forcing then end of Perata's time in the Senate. Days later Perata handpicked his successor as Senate Pro Tem in Darrell Steinberg (D-SD6). The transition is expected in August 2008 when Perata's term ends.

[b]2006 Present:[/b] Perata is the subject of an ongoing public corruption investigation by the Federal Bureau of Investigation. Article: (http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?file=/c/a/2004/11/19/MNGSB9UAM01.DTL)
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Don Perata

on July 5, 2008
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[b]May 7, 2008:[/b] Perata called an end to his campaign to recall Sen. Jeff Denham (R-SD12) "in the spirit of putting politics aside to solve problems." Most agree that Perata actually ended the effort because polling numbers indicated the effort was failing badly. The recall was defeated by more than 75%. Perata's statement: http://www.sacbee.com/static/weblogs/capitolalertlatest/012414.html

[b]February 5, 2008:[/b] Prop 93, the initiative to alter term limits (http://www.totalcapitol.com/?contest=653), was defeated by the voters forcing then end of Perata's time in the Senate. Days later Perata handpicked his successor as Senate Pro Tem in Darrell Steinberg (D-SD6). The transition is expected in August 2008 when Perata's term ends.

[b]Summer 2007:[/b] Perata started a recall campaign against Sen. Jeff Denham (R-SD12) after the state budget impasse in which Denham refused to break from the Republican caucus and cast the final vote necessary to pass the budget. The effort has cost as much as $275,000. Perata's spokesman Paul Hefner is also the spokesman for the recall campaign.

[b]August 2007:[/b] Perata removed Denham as vice chair of the governmental organization committee and as chair of the agriculture committee after the state budget impasse in which Denham refused to break from the Republican caucus and cast the final vote necessary to pass the budget. Perata returned Denham to a seat on the committee in January 2008, though not as vice-chair.
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Tim Clark

on July 5, 2008
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Clark is vice president of campaign consulting firm JohnsonClark & Associates, a leading California campaign consulting firm. (http://www.johnsonclark.com/), based in Sacramento

[b]2007-08:[/b] Clark was lead consultant for Sen. Jeff Denham's (R-SD12) defense against a recall attempt. The recall campaign is spearheaded by Senate Pro Tem Don Perata (D-SD9).

[b]2008:[/b] Clark was lead consultant to Bob Watkins for Congress, 2008.

[b]2008:[/b] Clark works on Robert Rao's Republican primary campaign in the 15th Assembly District.

[b]June 2007:[/b] Campaign consultant for Jim Nielsen's bid for Second Assembly District. Previously, Clark worked for Jason Larrabee's campaign, but switched to Neilsen's camp after Larrabee dropped out and Neilsen jumped in.
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John Franklin

on June 9, 2008
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Franklin is campaign manager and general consultant at Franklin Consulting, LLC. (www.johnfranklin.org)

[b]2008:[/b] Franklin is currently Campaign Manager to Dean Andal (CA-11).

[b]2008:[/b] Franklin managed the campaign to oppose the recall of Jeff Denham (SD-12).

[b]2007:[/b] Franklin was a consultant on the campaign of Duncan D. Hunter in his 2008 congressional race (CA-52).

[b]2006:[/b] Franklin managed the campaign of Brian Bilbray in his 2006 congressional special election (CA-50).

[b]2006:[/b] Franklin managed the campaign of Sharron Angle in her 2006 congressional primary election (NV-02).

[b]2006:[/b] Franklin was Finance Director to Mike Whalen in his 2006 general election (IA-01).

Previously, Franklin served as a Legislative Aide (defense & tax) for U.S. Representative Darrell Issa. He also served as Issa'a Political Director during Issa's Chairmanship of the NRCC March Dinner in 2008 prior to managing Jeff Denham's campaign against the recall.

Franlkin's LinkedIn page, http://www.linkedin.com/pub/5/091/115
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John Franklin

on June 9, 2008
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Franklin is campaign manager and general consultant at Franklin Consulting, LLC. (www.johnfranklin.org)

[b]2008:[/b] Franklin is currently Campaign Manager to Dean Andal (CA-11).

[b]2008:[/b] Franklin managed the campaign to oppose the recall of Jeff Denham (SD-12).

[b]2007:[/b] Franklin was a consultant on the campaign of Duncan D. Hunter in his 2008 congressional race (CD 52).

[b]2006:[/b] Franklin managed the campaign of Brian Bilbray in his 2006 congressional special election (CD 50).

Previously, Franklin served as a Legislative Aide (tax) for U.S. Representative Darrell Issa. He also served as Issa'a Political Director during Issa's Chairmanship of the NRCC March Dinner in 2008 prior to managing Jeff Denham's campaign against the recall.

Franlkin's LinkedIn page, http://www.linkedin.com/pub/5/091/115
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