Jill Holtzman Vogel
Jill Holtzman Vogel is a partner in HoltzmanVogel PLLC.
Holtzman Vogel is "running for the 2007 Republican nomination for the [Virginia] State Senate seat [in the 27th District] now held by GOP Sen. Russ Potts. Holtzman Vogel ran for the same nomination in 2003, but withdrew in favor of Mark Tate." 
According to her firm profile, Vogel "specializes in ethics, campaign finance and tax exempt organizations. In addition to managing the firm, in February 2004, she was named Chief Counsel of the Republican National Committee. As counsel, she led the national party’s legal effort during the 2004 Presidential election. Prior to founding the practice, she served as Deputy Counsel at the Department of Energy, overseeing the transition and working with the White House, Energy Secretary Abraham, and other Federal Agencies to implement Energy initiatives. Prior to that, she served as Deputy Counsel at the Republican National Committee. During November and December of 2000, she served as counsel in the Florida Presidential Recount, acting on behalf of the Bush-Cheney campaign in West Palm Beach and in Osceola County. She also served as staff counsel for the 1996 Republican National Convention in San Diego, California. Jill holds a B.A. in Government and Religion from the College of William and Mary, and a J.D. from DePaul University School of Law in Chicago, Illinois."
Related SourceWatch Resources
- Holtzman Vogel for Senate, VPAP.org.
- "RNC Chairman Names Jill Holtzman Vogel Chief Counsel at the RNC," GOP.com, February 23, 2004.
- "RNC tells TV stations not to run anti-Bush ads. GOP committee says MoveOn.org's spots are illegally financed," CNN, March 7, 2004.
- Josephine Hearn, "Former Frist aide combines lobbying, election know-how. Vogel built career keeping members ‘out of trouble’" (cache file) The Hill, September 21, 2004.
- "RNC Chief Counsel Jill Holtzman Vogel Returning To Practicing Law In Virginia," GOP.com, January 26, 2005.
- "Holtzman-Vogel in the 27th," Commonwealth Watch Blogspot, April 12, 2005.
- "Frist's Charity Under Scrutiny," CBS News, December 17, 2005.