Kerry/Edwards 2004 Part 2:
The Push for the
Arizona Swing Vote
week my guest was Stu Starky, the
Democratic nominee for Senate in Arizona.
He is running against Sen. John McCain
and giving the race a true sense of
democracy by offering an alternative
voice. He is an 8th grade math teacher in
South Phoenix and committed to winning
This week’s guest is in the thick of the
campaign for Kerry and possesses a great
deal of experience in getting Democrat’s
voices out to the people.
Listen in and help win Arizona’s 10
electoral votes for Kerry-Edwards.
As always, thank your for your support
and I look forward to taking your calls
on this pressing topic. And don't forget,
get out and vote!
Sue Walitsky serves as the Arizona
Communications Director for Kerry-Edwards
’04. In this role, she is the primary
media spokesperson for the campaign in
Arizona and lead for all communications.
Ms. Walitsky moved to Phoenix from
Pennsylvania, where she managed the
multi-media, broadcast video,
photography, radio and media training
operations for the state. During the 2002
election cycle, she was Director of
Broadcast Media for the Democratic
National Committee. Ms. Walitsky finished
the Clinton-Gore Administration as Acting
Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for
Public Affairs. Before that, she spent
three years as Director of Regional Media
and Press Outreach for the U.S. State
Department and over four years as the
White House Liaison for the U.S.
Active in politics since 1988, Ms.
Walitsky was responsible for tracking and
coordinating special events in eight
western states, including Arizona, for
the 1992 Clinton-Gore campaign. She also
has worked at the last three Democratic