Dan Pfeiffer has been appointed as Deputy Director of Communications for President-elect Barack Obama.
A biographical note from November 2008 states that he "currently serves as the Communications Director for the Presidential Transition Team. He began on Obama's presidential campaign in January 2007 as the traveling press secretary before returning to Chicago to manage the press operation as Communications Director. Prior to the Obama campaign, Pfeiffer worked as Senator Evan Bayh's Communications Director, Senator Tom Daschle's Deputy Campaign Manager in 2004 and the Communications Director on Senator Tim Johnson's reelection in 2002. He has also worked for the Democratic Governors Association and the Gore-Lieberman campaign."
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- "White House Communications and Press Secretary positions announced", Media Release, November 22, 2008.
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