Episode 25, by David Axelrod for The Axe Files, January 2016
Patti Solis Doyle, the first Hispanic woman to lead a presidential campaign, chats with David about her family’s immigration to the U.S. from Mexico, the 17 years she spent working for Hillary Clinton both in the White House and on the campaign trail, and why she thinks Clinton is a better candidate this time around and will ultimately win the Democratic nomination.
What My Dad Could Teach Donald Trump, by Patti Solis Doyle for CNN, August 20, 2015
"At the end of the day, however, a race should boil down to who can govern. Who has the right ideas and policies for the time? And who can actually get them done?
Monday, during Hillary Clinton's economic address, we got to see her at her best, talking about the topics that matter most, in a way that demonstrates how she'd get things done (and why others are likely to fail)."
Will GOP midterm victories help or hurt Hillary Clinton?, by James Rosen for Fox News, November 7, 2014
“I think Hillary Clinton did yeoman's work in campaigning out there for Democrats,” said Patti Solis Doyle, a former Clinton campaign manager in 2008, in an interview with Fox News. “She did what she could to help her friends, and very strong Democrats out there. She raised money for them; she campaigned for them.”
Bloomberg Politics' Midterm Election Night Coverage, With All Due Respect, for Bloomberg TV, November 4, 2014
A Chicago startup is aiming to mine a silver lining in the fiscal misery hanging over Illinois... Vendor Assistance Program says it can profit by advancing the money to pay the vendors, then keeping late fees the state owes them. Vendors forego the penalty payments but get their money faster than they would otherwise.
Campaign Boys Club, hosted by Alicia Menendez for Huffington Post Live, January 8, 2013
Patti Solis Doyle, Hillary Clinton's 2008 presidential campaign manager, joined HuffPost Live Tuesday to discuss the role of women in political campaigns and speculated on her former boss' 2016 presidential prospects.
"Hopefully there will be a 2016 campaign," Solis Doyle told HuffPost Live host Alicia Menendez, while praising the diversity among Clinton's top 2008 staff.
Patti Solis Doyle On Hillary Clinton 2016 Run: 'Hopefully' (VIDEO), by Danny Shea for The Huffington Post, January 8, 2013
“I think what voters are looking for is the sense that ‘this guy knows what he’s doing,’ and ‘I feel comfortable leaving this guy in charge,’ ” said Patti Solis Doyle, who ran Hillary Clinton’s campaign when she debated Obama (and the other Democratic presidential candidates) in 2008, and later helped prepare Joe Biden for his vice presidential debate with Sarah Palin.
What Obama Needs to Do in Denver, by Alexis Simendinger for Real Clear Politics, October 1, 2012