Candidates move to fill vacant jobs

WASHINGTON, DC: With the presidential election now officially under a year away, the George W. Bush and Al Gore camps have started to scurry to fill vacancies on their PR teams.

WASHINGTON, DC: With the presidential election now officially under a year away, the George W. Bush and Al Gore camps have started to scurry to fill vacancies on their PR teams.

WASHINGTON, DC: With the presidential election now officially under

a year away, the George W. Bush and Al Gore camps have started to scurry

to fill vacancies on their PR teams.



Unfortunately, last week’s high-profile announcements (Gore’s

appointment of Chris Lehane to replace Kiki Moore, who didn’t want to

relocate to Nashville, as press secretary) and rumors (that Bush was

close to adding former Elizabeth Dole campaign press secretary Ari

Fleischer) were lost in the din of Gore’s association with feminist

author/ pundit Naomi Wolf.



While Wolf was brought aboard to make Gore more appealing to teenage

voters, her comments that the Veep should try to be more of an ’Alpha

male,’ not to mention that her dollars 15,000 monthly fee made her more

highly paid than the VP himself, gave rise to further doubts about the

candidate’s PR savvy.



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