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Wednesday June 3rd, 2015 9:52AM

Ga. Democrats name coordinated campaign leaders

By The Associated Press
ATLANTA (AP) - The Democratic Party of Georgia has announced its selections for the leaders of the state party's coordinated campaign.<br /> <br /> Tracey Lewis, former strategic adviser for Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren, has been chosen to serve as the campaign's executive director. Lewis has also worked with the Alliance for Climate Protection and has held leadership positions in several other campaigns and voter outreach initiatives.<br /> <br /> Managing partner of Franklin Communications, Cabral Franklin, has been chosen as the campaigns senior adviser. Franklin has served as a consultant for several local and state politicians and political action groups.
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