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Eiring is perhaps the least surprising to jump, given Dean’s personal interest in grassroots donors, but Eiring was credited with building up a first-class grassroots donor list over the past two years.
Siegel is expected to play a high profile role in both the Andrew Cuomo campaign for state attorney general, as well as some role in a potential run by Hillary Clinton for the presidency. Siegel was embarrassed after organizing a major donor event in Manhattan earlier this year for Dean. But the response rate for the event was less than 30 percent, and the event was moved from the Jacob Javits Center to a more intimate hotel ballroom.
“Siegel did a great job for Dean, and instead, his people complain about what was going on in New York,” says a Democratic operative in New York. “None of the problems were her. It’s all Dean, all the time.”
Kreloff is not believed to have had anything to do with the snubs of Dean in the recent round of fundraisers in California, though again, the events Dean attended in Seattle and San Francisco were far smaller than the DNC had expected when they initially made the plans for them.
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