FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Nov. 28, 2018
Senator-Elect Hawley Announces Chief of Staff, State Director
COLUMBIA, Mo. – Senator-elect Josh Hawley has named two key hires in his new office. Hawley has selected U.S. Senate campaign manager Kyle Plotkin to serve as his Chief of Staff and Daniel Hartman, currently chief of staff in the Attorney General’s Office, to serve as State Director.
Senator-elect Hawley said, “Kyle and Daniel have made it their mission to serve the people of our state, and they know how to get the job done. It will be the mission of my office to deliver real results for the people of Missouri. They deserve someone fighting for them in Washington. We look forward to hitting the ground running in January.”
More information about Senator-elect Hawley’s Chief of Staff and State Director:
Kyle Plotkin managed Josh Hawley’s successful U.S. Senate campaign. He has previously served as chief of staff and chief spokesperson for the Governor of Louisiana, and in a variety of roles in state government and political campaigns. In addition to his government and political experience, Plotkin has worked in the private sector at firms including McKinsey & Company and Purple Strategies.
Daniel Hartman serves as Chief of Staff to the Missouri Attorney General. A native Missourian, Daniel served as an infantry officer in the U.S. Army’s First Infantry Division, where he led a 40-soldier rifle platoon in combat during the Surge of Baghdad. On a subsequent tour in Iraq, Daniel developed reconstruction programs to strengthen Iraqi business and governance while attached to the US Department of State. After leaving the Army, he earned a law degree at the University of Missouri and later managed the successful 2016 campaign of Missouri Attorney General Josh Hawley.