Ellen Moran News
Dunn Out, Pfeiffer Up, at White House Communications Shop
Anita Dunn, the White House communications director, is leaving the White House at the end of the month, sources tell ABC News. She will remain a consultant to the White House advising with long-term communications planning and other strategic issues.
A Dunn Deal
Former Obama for America campaign adviser Anita Dunn will on Monday become the new White House director of communications, replacing Ellen Moran. Dunn was originally President Obama's first pick to be communications director. She turned down the job to spend...
Gibbs on Moran ’s Departure: Family, not Friction
From Sunlen Miller White House press secretary Robert Gibbs today beat back questions over the abrupt departure of White House communications director Ellen Moran, framing her move as a decision made more for her family and less due to troubles...
The Note, 4/22/09: Commissions & Omissions: Shift leaves Obama on defense -- and gives GOP an argument
A little legal dispute about policies and prosecutions is turning into a major political challenge for President Obama, as a shift that will have the Justice Department looking backward gives Republicans an opening to blast the president’s national-security and foreign-policy stances, ABC News ...
Who's Woman Enough to Be President?
With the presidential election still more than a year away, candidates continue stomping for votes among key demographics like women. But according to Elizabeth Edwards, the wife of presidential candidate John Edwards, her husband may be a better women's advocate than the only female in the running
Obama Names White House Message-Bearers
President-elect Barack Obama Saturday continued filling out his White House staff, announcing key communications aides, including spokesman Robert Gibbs. Along with Gibbs, Obama also selected Ellen Moran to be communications director and Dan Pfeiffer to serve as her deputy. "These...
Is Hillary Playing the Gender Card?
Joining us now to talk about Hillary Clinton and the gender issue. Ellen Moran executive director of EMILY's List with us here in Washington and Kellyanne Connolly is in new York and she is a a Republican political consultant. Thanks for joining us thanks Let me start with you Alan sitting your
Gender Gap Politics
Sen. Hillary Clinton, D-N.Y., is the first woman in U.S. history to be a major party's leading candidate for president. But will sisterhood translate into women's votes, propelling the former first lady into the White House as the country's first female president? Clinton has been the Democratic