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Bob Ney for Congress

ORGANIZATION

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Jack Abramoff
Government
28-Feb-1958   Casino Jack
Dick Armey
Politician
7-Jul-1940   US House Majority Leader, 1995-2003
Michael J. Bates
Government
?   Lobbyist
William K. Brewster
Politician
8-Nov-1941   Congressman from Oklahoma, 1991-97
John T. Collins
Business
c. 1947   CEO of The Collins Group
David A. Daberko
Business
c. 1945   CEO of National City, 1995-2007
Jim Haslam
Business
13-Dec-1930   Pilot Corporation
John W. Kessler
Business
c. 1936   John W. Kessler Company
C. Robert Kidder
Business
c. 1945   CEO of Borden Chemical, 1995-2002
Gregory S. Lashutka
Politician
1944   Mayor of Columbus, 1992-2000
Duncan M. McFarland
Business
c. 1939   Wellington Management Company
John J. McMackin, Jr.
Business
10-Jan-1952   Partner, Williams & Jensen
Michael Oxley
Politician
11-Feb-1944   Congressman from Ohio, 1981-2007
Charles A. Ratner
Business
c. 1942   CEO of Forest City Enterprises
Marty Russo
Politician
23-Jan-1944   Congressman from Illinois, 1975-93
Bill R. Sanford
Business
c. 1944   CEO of Steris, 1987-2000
Charles Schwab
Business
29-Jul-1937   Founded Charles Schwab & Co.
Lawrence M. Small
Government
14-Sep-1941   Secretary, Smithsonian Institution, 2000-07
Mark E. Speese
Business
c. 1958   CEO of Rent-A-Center
R. Allen Stanford
Business
24-Mar-1950   Stanford Financial Group
Richard F. Syron
Business
25-Oct-1943   CEO of Freddie Mac, 2003-08
Leslie H. Wexner
Business
8-Sep-1937   CEO of Limited Brands
William Zeliff
Politician
12-Jun-1936   Congressman from New Hampshire, 1991-97


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