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Kristy Campbell going back to work for Mitt Romney

Kristy Campbell, a former spokeswoman for Jeb Bush and Bill McCollum, is joining Mitt Romney's general election campaign as deputy communications director, the New York Times reports. Campbell worked in Romney's press shop during his 2008 campaign for president.

Most recently, Campbell was serving as communications director for the American Conservative Union. She also spent time in New Mexico working for Gov. Susana Martinez

Campbell adds more Florida ties to Team Romney. Romney's national spokeswoman Andrea Saul worked briefly for Gov. Charlie Crist when he was running for the U.S. Senate as a Republican, as did Romney chief strategist Stuart Stevens.

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Republican Operative

She's so awesome!!! Florida misses her. Congrats Kristy!!!

DC operative

DC sure to miss Kristy Campbell, too! She's one of the good ones.

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