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Democratic National Committee (DNC)

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Formal Governing Body of the Democratic Party




Washington, D.C.


Tom Perez

Deputy Chair:

Keith Ellison

Finance Chair:

Henry R. Muñoz III

The Democratic National Committee is the principal party organ of the Democratic Party, responsible for supporting Democrats campaigning for President of the United States and other federal offices. Its chair since 2017 is Tom Perez, formerly Secretary of Labor in the Obama administration.

Directors, Employees & Supporters

  1. James Zogby
    Former Executive Committee, 2001-2017
  2. Jonathan Zucker
    Former National Director of Operations for Finance
  3. Jill Alper
    Former Political Director
  4. Alexis Herman
    Former Co-Chair, Rules and Bylaws Committee
  5. Keith Ellison
    Deputy Chair
  6. Andres W. Lopez
    Member (Puerto Rico)
  7. Seema Nanda
    Chief Executive Officer
  8. A’shanti Gholar
    Former National Deputy Director
  9. Terry McAuliffe
    Former Chair, 2001-2005
  10. Howard Dean
    Former Chair, 2005-2009
  11. Stuart Appelbaum
    Executive Committee
  12. Sunita Leeds
    Executive Committee Member
  13. Patrick Rodenbush
  14. Joe Sandler
    Former General Counsel
  15. Jess Morales-Rocketto
    Former Online Activist Manager
  16. Ben Wessel
    Former Redistricting Staffer
  17. Georgina Cannan
    Deputy Director and Counsel of Civic Engagement and Voter Protection
  18. Natalie Foster
    Former Digital Director
  19. Brad Woodhouse
    Former Communications Director (2008-2013)
  20. Hillary Clinton
    2016 Democratic Presidential Nominee
  21. Sally Boynton-Brown
    Former Candidate, DNC Chairmanship Election (2017)
  22. Marc Elias
  23. Daniel P. Dozier
    Former Finance Director, Americans Abroad (2009)
  24. Caroline Ciccone
    Former Communications Director
  25. Shripal Shah
    Former Staffer
  26. Tony Carrk
    Former Director of Rapid Response Research (2011-2013)
  27. Rebecca Parks
    Former Rapid Response Manager (2011-2013)
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