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Tulsi 2020

(page updated April 5, 2019)

initial announcement Jan. 11, 2019; formal announcement Feb. 2, 2019 +.
.   @tulsigabbard

Candidate  Tulsi Gabbard  timeline

Staff  Noland Chambliss

Independent consultant since 2016.  Board member of The Dream Corps since 2015.  Strategist at SYPartners in San Francisco, 2016-18.  Director of external affairs (2014-15) and strategic communications (2012-14) at  Cief of staff to Van Jones, 2009-11.  Deputy field director in Michigan and field staff in NH, SC, ME, VT and OR on Obama for America, 2007-08.  Bachelor's degree in political science from Vassar College, 2006.  twitter

Spokeswoman  Erika Tsuji

Reported by Politico Gabbard's youngest sister Vrindavan, who has worked as a U.S. Marshal, iwas set to take a leading role in the campaign.

Former Campaign Manager  Rania Batrice  

(Jan.-Feb. 2, 2019)  Deputy campaign manager for the Convention (from June 2016), national director of surrogates (from Feb. 2016) and Iowa communications director (from Sept. 2015) on Bernie 2016.  Worked on Desmond Adams for Congress in IA 3rd CD.  Iowa senior political advisor to former Sen. Jim Webb, March-May 2015.  Campaign manager on George Sinner for Congress (ND), May-Nov. 2014.  Communications director at the North Dakota Democratic-NPL, Sept. 2012-Aug. 2013.  Executive director at The Freedom Project/Abi Ferrin Inc, in Texas, 2010-12; executive director Innocence Project of Texas, 2010-11.  Campaign manager on Texans for Kinky, 2009-10; campaign manager at Texas Legends, 2009-10.  Campaign manager on Loebsack for Congress re-election, Feb.-Nov. 2008.  Deputy regional director/political director on John Edwards for President in Iowa, SC and OK, 2007-08.  Media consultant at Rindy Miller Media, 2006-07.  Field director on Gammage for Governor (TX), Dec. 2005-April 2006.  Instructor of Arabic, English, test prep, translator at Princeton Review, May-Nov. 2005.  B.A. in psychology and art from Austin College, 2003. Texas native.  twitter

See: Daniel Strauss and Alex Thompson.  "Tulsi Gabbard campaign in disarray."  Politico, Jan. 29, 2019.