Margaret Hoover was hired in September 2006 as Deputy Finance Director for former New York mayor and Republican 2008 presidential hopeful Rudy Giuliani's Solutions America political action committee.  Hoover left the Giuliani campaign in April 2007, "to pursue the ever-popular 'other opportunities,' adding that she's 'still supporting Rudy for president.'" 
Hoover, a fund-raiser, "used to work in the White House" for President George W. Bush's "political guru" Karl Rove. "Hoover, the great-granddaughter of former President Herbert Hoover, was paid $10,000 [in September 2006] as the new deputy finance director for Solutions America, Giuliani's political action committee. She reports directly to another former Bush campaign aide, Anne Dickinson, Giuliani's top fund-raiser," NewsMax reported October 29, 2006.
"Her greater value was to shore up the former mayor’s credentials with conservatives and to signal Giuliani’s seriousness about a White House run. Hoover ... also brought important national campaign experience to Giuliani’s presidential quest, having worked for Bush-Cheney '04," Chris Smith wrote in the April 9, 2007 issue of New York Magazine.
Related SourceWatch/Congresspedia Resources
- "Insider Report: Hillary OKs Gay Marriage; Giuliani Acts," NewsMax, October 29, 2006.
- Chris Smith, "Rudy’s Rove Connection Hits the Road. Staffer Margaret Hoover sucks it up," New York Magazine, April 9, 2007.
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