HAROLD ICKES has been in the public arena since 1964, when he began his work as a Civil Rights worker in Mississippi and Louisiana. He then turned his focus to presidential campaigns and the practice of labor law, among other things. Harold served as Deputy Chief of Staff to President Clinton for three years and as a senior advisor to Hillary Clinton’s 2000 and 2006 Senate races. In 2013, he was an advisor to his longtime friend, Bill de Blasio, in his successful campaign for Mayor of New York City. Over decades of public service, practicing law, campaign work, and lobbying, Harold has developed strong relationships with Senate Democrats, particularly strengthened through his role during Hillary Clinton’s 2008 presidential bid, when he was responsible for lining up Members of Congress to be Super Delegates to her campaign.