PRO KEY PRO-INITIATIVE FOUNDING GROUPS

D.C. League of Women Voters

D.C. Federation of Civic Associations

United States Public Interest Research Group (PIRG)

Common Cause/D.C.

Rock Creek Sierra Club. BOTTLE BILL INITIATIVE CAMPAIGN

Jonathan Puth, director and chief campaign spokesman, formerly of Environmental Action.

Peter Williams, campaign spokesman and executive director,

Common Cause/D.C.

Robert Bruce Johnson, campaign treasurer, an independent realtor. CAMPAIGN ORGANIZATION

Hired since October to coordinate about 1,000 volunteers:

Lonni Moffet, paid coordinator of volunteers and membership director.

William Wasserman and David West, paid coordinators of leaflet drops and poll workers.

Denise Zeck, paid special events fundraiser and phone bank coordinator.

The initiative supporters have recruited a variety of individuals and won endorsements from about 80 civic, political and environmental groups. CON

KEY INDUSTRY GROUPS AND REPRESENTATIVES

MidAtlantic Coca Cola Bottling, John Downs, vice president public relations.

Glass Packaging Institute, Sylvia E. Swanson, vice president public affairs.

Anheuser-Busch, David W. Wilmot, registered lobbyist.

Wine Institute, Arthur Silverman, attorney.

Various other bottlers, beverage industry and packaging firms and organizations that agreed to underwrite the campaign.

CLEAN CAPITAL CITY COMMITTEE

Chairman, John Downs, vice president public relations, Mid Atlantic.

Treasurer, Sylvia E. Swanson, vice president public affairs, Glass Packaging Institute.

STRATEGIST AND POLLSTER

Matt Reese & Associates, political consulting, public relations and demographic polling. Responsible for drafting and initiating strategy. Charles Sewell, lead staff member. Ricky Scrutchins, assistant.

LOCAL OFFICIALS AND ORGANIZATIONS

E. Arnold and Co., public relations to handle news media.

Sterling Tucker, former city council chairman as community speaker and letter writer opposing initiative.

Ofield Dukes, public relations coordination of speaking groups.

Phinis Jones and Charles Moreland, field organization, initially hired to recruit "opinion makers" throughout city. Jones and Moreland subsequently replaced by Phylis G. Jones {no relation to Phinis} who is now committee campaign manager.

Clergy Against Initiative 28 Committee. About 130 ministers recruited to oppose bottle initiative and to support recycling efforts funded by the bottle industry.

CAMPAIGN ORGANIZATION

Phylis G. Jones, campaign manager.

Variety of paid coordinators for District's 8 wards and paid precinct chairman in about 90 of the city's 137 precincts.