The Truman National Security Project, a liberal advocacy group started in 2005, has grown rapidly during the past two years, jumping from a seven-person staff to 30. The latest additions are former Senate aide Leigh O’Neill, who is the project’s new policy director, and Robin Rooks McQueen, its first development director. McQueen was most recently the top fundraiser for the Center for American Progress think tank.
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