Lorraine McHugh-Wytkind is the founder of LMW Strategies, a Bethesda (Maryland) based public relations firm.
In March 2007 O'Dwyers PR Services Report describes McHugh-Wytkind as having worked as "communications director for Sen. Hillary Clinton who held PA posts during the Clinton Administration in the White House, and later at the Food and Drug Administration under Secretary Donna Shalala."  (sub req'd.)
In November 2005 Newsday reported that Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton was "paying eight full-time Senate staffers as much as $2,600 in extra monthly wages to moonlight as campaign operatives". One of the eight was McHugh-Wytkind, who was described as being Clinton's "$100,000-a-year communications director. Glenn Thrush reported that Wytkind "received the highest stipend, garnering $2,600 during September from Clinton's re-election campaign, records show." 
Other SourceWatch Resources
- President's Commission on Care for America's Returning Wounded Warriors
- Walter Reed Army Medical Center scandal
- Glenn Thrush, "Clinton staffers paid more to work on her campaign: Records show Sen. Hillary Clinton pays some full-time staffers up to $2,600 more each month", Newsday, November 3, 2005.
- "Strategic Communications services in support of the President's Commission on Care for Americas Returning Wounded Warriors", FedBizOpps datbase, March 22, 2007.
- "Pentagon To Award No-Bid Vet Health PR Contract", O'Dwyer's PR Daily, March 26, 2007. (Sub req'd)
- Marc Longpre, "Pentagon's WSH hires firm in aftermath of Walt Reed scandal", PR Week, March 27, 2007.
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