Steve Hildebrand, along with Paul Tewes, began Hildebrand Tewes Consulting in 2005. Their 2007-2008 clients includes the presidential campaign of Barack Obama and the MoveOn-led anti-war lobby Americans Against Escalation in Iraq.
According to his official bio on his website, "Steve began campaigns with Tom Daschle back in 1986 and has spent the last 19 years organizing some of the most targeted and high profile races in the nation. Working extensively in South Dakota, Iowa and Minnesota, Steve has managed races and ran two political parties. He served as Midwest Political Director for the DNC during the Clinton re-elect in 1996 and as Political Director at the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee (DSCC) in 97/98. In 99/2000, Steve ran the Iowa caucuses for Vice President Al Gore and ran the Women Vote! Program for EMILY's List in 2000. He managed Senator Tim Johnson's campaign in 2002 and Senator Tom Daschle's campaign in 2004.
- Al Gore
- Americans Against Escalation in Iraq
- Americans United for Change
- Americans United to Protect Social Security
- Barack Obama/campaign team
- Campaign for America's Future
- Daniel Akaka
- Emergency Campaign for America's Priorities
- Emily's List
- Kent Conrad
- Maria Cantwell
- National Environmental Trust
- Planned Parenthood
- Robert Byrd
- Sheldon Whitehouse
- South Dakota Campaign for Healthy Families
- Tim Johnson
- Tom Daschle
- Washington State Democratic Party
Articles and Resources
- AAEI - How Democrats Took Over and Betrayed the Peace Movement, PRWatch.org, February 9, 2008.
- Richard Wolffe, Everywhere and Beyond: Will Obama win Wyoming? Don't be silly. Still, Paul Tewes's job is to make McCain defend his turf, Newsweek, June 23, 2008.
- Jason Horowitz, The Hildebrand Manifesto, New York Observer, July 21, 2008.* John Stauber, How Obama Took Over the Peace Movement, PRWatch.org, March 27, 2009.
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- "The People Who Get You Results: Steve Hildebrand", Hildebrand Tewes Consulting website, archived from October 2007.