June 15, 2011

Former Huckabee Flack Stewart Named National Press Secretary for Bachmann

Alice Stewart First reported in the Washington Post’s “Afternoon Fix”, Alice Stewart has been named National Press Secretary for the all-but-announced president campaign of Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-MN).

Bachmann had previously announced the hiring of two other former Huckabee aides, senior strategist Ed Rollins and Iowa staffer Wes Enos.

Stewart is leaving her job as Deputy Director of Public Affairs for Arkansas Secretary of State Mark Martin.  She is a former news anchor in Little Rock, AR and Savannah, GA.

Last cycle she managed the U.S. Senate campaign of Gilbert Baker (R-AR). 

Stewart is a native of Atlanta and a graduate of the University of Georgia.  (Washington Post’s “Afternoon Fix”)

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