Brent O'Leary

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This profile of a 2008 Democratic superdelegate from Democrats Abroad was part of the Superdelegate Transparency Project, a collaboration of LiteraryOutpost, OpenLeft, DemConWatch, HuffPost's OffTheBus and the Congresspedia community to build an open-source tally and informational resource on the 2008 Democratic superdelegates. (More about superdelegates.)
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Brent O'Leary is a superdelegate in the 2008 Democratic nomination.

Brent O'Leary is a superdelegate in the 2008 Democratic presidential nomination.



2008 superdelegate

This information was gathered by volunteer researchers as part of the Superdelegate Transparency Project on the superdelegates for the 2008 Democratic presidential primary. For more info see the Democrats Abroad superdelegate tracker or visit the STP homepage.

Brent O’Leary was born in Jackson Heights in Queens NY on May 7, 1970. He graduated from Trinity College in 1992 and received his law degree from Boston University in 1996. He was an associate with White & Case LLP from 1999-2003 and is presently a legal compliance officer for Bloomberg LP. He was a Delegate to the 2000 Democratic National Convention and is presently a member of the Democratic National Committee and a Superdelegate to the 2008 Democratic National Convention.

Money in politics

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Articles and resources

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    External resources

    • DemConWatch - A very comprehensive list of superdelegates and known commitments. Please use this as a starting point and double check by doing a news search to make sure the data is accurate. If you have a tip, let them know.
    • - Web site with full listing of superdelegates broken out by state and then type.

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