World Biography:

Patti Solis Doyle

(b. 1965)

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World Biography
Pattie Solis Doyle

(b. 1965)




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Patti Solis Doyle (b. 1965) is a professional political consultant and, until February 10, 2008, was the campaign manager for Hillary Rodham Clinton's presidential campaign. On June 16, 2008, Doyle joined the campaign of Hillary Clinton's primary election foe, Senator Barack Obama, where it was announced that she will serve as the chief of staff to Senator Obama's running mate, whoever that turns out to be.

Doyle has the distinction of being the first Hispanic presidential campaign manager, and also the first one to lose their position following a campaign downturn.

Born Patti Solis, her parents immigrated illegally from Mexico, though she grew up in the Chicago area and attended Northwestern University in Chicago.

She began working in politics on Richard M. Daley's campaign for mayor of Chicago. Solis later moved to Little Rock, Arkansas, and became Hillary Rodham Clinton's assistant.

She is executive director of HillPac and ran Clinton's campaign for the United States Senate election in New York, 2000. She is married to Jim Doyle, a Harvard Law School graduate.



Clinton Insiders Take Umbrage at Solis Doyle Move--Washington Post, June 16, 2008

Chicagoan runs Hillary's camp--Chicago Sun-Times

Hillary Clinton's Consigliere Speaks--The New Republic.

Adviser to Senator Clinton Stays in Shadows--The New York Times December 13, 2006

Patti Solis Doyle--Wikipedia Article

Copyright ゥ 1998-2008 Roger A. Lee and History Guy Media; Last Modified: 02.10.08

Lee, R. "World Biography: Patti Solis Doyle (b. 1965)"  

Family, Career, and Personal Highlights

Jim Doyle- Husband (they have two children)



BA, Northwestern University.


2000: Senatorial Campaign Manager for Hillary Clinton

2007-2008: Presidential Campaign Manager for Hillary Clinton

2008: Joined the campaign of Senator Barack Obama





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