Tuesday, April 14, 2015

She's In by Fred DuVal

About Fred P. DuVal, DuVal a former Republican made the switch to the Democratic Party in his college years. DuVal was the Democratic candidate for Arizona Governor in 2014. 
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E-Mail From Fred
Fred DuVal
April 13, 2015
She is IN. Hillary Clinton's announcement of her candidacy for President begins a long and historic journey that will conclude with the election of the first woman President of the United States.
Please join in on this history-making campaign.

Beyond breaking the glass ceiling, her election will cement the gains our country has made over the past 6 years, make prosperity for all the central priority of our time, assure a Presidential veto over extreme and partisan priorities that consume our Congress, and produce Supreme Court justices that begin to reverse the damage done by the Robert's court.

Serving in the Clinton White House was an honor and privilege for me, and I got to know Hillary well. She is among the most capable and talented leaders I have ever observed. She is one of the most experienced and qualified candidates for President in our nation's history. And she is a warm, passionate and compelling person. She will lead, and she will fight for the opportunity that still eludes too many.

It is important for Arizona that we get her off to a strong start here. Assuring that Arizona is competitive, and a targeted state is personal to me.

I am asking you to help Hillary early.

I believe most of us will be getting on board. Let's do it early and with an impressive start.

I hope you will help demonstrate that Arizona is Ready for Hillary.

Please respond by pledging to help. The maximum is $2,700. Pledging that amount will make you a Premier member of the Arizona finance team. Pledge $1,000 to be a Finance Committee member. But whatever your circumstances please pledge whatever you can. 

The campaign has established a link for our donations. Please Click here to donate. I would also appreciate hearing from you with your pledge. I will want to track them and assure that you are invited to campaign events - particularly when she visits Arizona. 
With gratitude,
He is co-author of the book Calling Arizona Home, which was published in 2005.[10] In 2010, he became the co-chair of the "Getting AHEAD" initiative[2] with Maricopa Community Colleges Chancellor Dr. Rufus Glasper. In September 2010, DuVal was appointed to an advisory group for the National Governors Association's "Complete to Compete" educational initiative.[11][12][13
 From 2002–2006, DuVal served on the Arizona Commerce and Economic Development Commission.[2]In August 2006, Duval was appointed chairman of the Arizona Board of Regents.[3]
In 1997 Bill Clinton appointed Duval as the White House Deputy Director of Intergovernmental Affairs where he played a role in the implementation of Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity Reconciliation Act of 1996. DuVal helped negotiate a national tobacco settlement and guided White House policy development concerning American Indian gaming rights, tribal appropriations, and Section 638.[7] In 1999, DuVal led negotiations between the White House, governors, and mayors about Clinton Executive Order 13132.
In 1993, DuVal became Deputy Chief of Protocol at the U.S. Department of State and held the position until 1996.[5][6]

DuVal became one of the founders of the centrist Democratic Leadership Council in 1985 and served on the Democratic National Committee from 1989 to 1993 and from 2009 to 2011. He was Treasurer of the Democratic Governors Association from 2008 to 2010.[4]  DuVal worked as a senior aide to Arizona Governor Bruce Babbitt from 1980 to 1985. He managed Babbitt’s 1978 gubernatorial campaign and his 1988 presidential campaign.[2]
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