David Wilhelm

Manager, Clinton-Gore 1992 Presidential campaign

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Manager of the 1992 Gore-Clinton presidential campaign, and now a regular spokesperson for the Obama campaign; investment banker based in Ohio, and founder of the website FaithfulDemocrats.com

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