Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign hired Massachusetts political veteran Tracey Lewis to be the New Hampshire state field coordinator.
This will be Lewis’s third presidential campaign as field staffer. She has also worked in Florida and Wisconsin. Besides her experience in presidential politics, Lewis was the coordinated campaign manager for the Massachusetts Democratic Party in the 2006 elections.
In 2004 she worked for John Kerry in Florida as the statewide canvass director, in charge of organizing get-out-the-vote efforts.
“When you sign up Tracey you get a day and night commitment. I mean that literally,” said Kerry in a statement to the Globe. “There were days on the 2004 campaign, especially in Florida, that I know Tracey worked for days on end – many nights without even an hour's worth of sleep. My Florida campaign manager used to tell me he’d leave the headquarters at two in the morning, come in at six, and realize Tracey had never left.”