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ORGANIZATION

Steve Forbes' Presidential campaign committee, not to be confused with the corporate earnings ranking compiled by Forbes magazine.

Location:
Washington, DC

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Gil Amelio
Business
1-Mar-1943   CEO of Apple, 1996-97
Dwayne Andreas
Business
4-Mar-1918   Archer Daniels Midland CEO, 1970-97
Jon E. Barfield
Business
c. 1952   Chairman of Bartech Group
Barbara M. Barrett
Attorney
c. 1950   US Ambassador to Finland
Craig R. Barrett
Business
29-Aug-1939   Chairman of Intel
Michael J. Birck
Business
25-Jan-1938   CEO of Tellabs, 1975-2004
Brent Bozell
Activist
14-Jul-1955   Media Research Center
William F. Buckley
Columnist
24-Nov-1925 27-Feb-2008 National Review
Frank V. Cahouet
Business
25-May-1932   CEO of Mellon Financial, 1987-98
Herman Cain
Business
13-Dec-1945   Godfather's Pizza
Louis C. Camilleri
Business
1955   CEO of Altria
Benjamin S. Carson
Doctor
18-Sep-1951   Pediatric neurosurgeon at Johns Hopkins
Bruce Chapman
Government
1-Dec-1940   Founder of the Discovery Institute
Joseph Coors, Sr.
Business
12-Nov-1917 15-Mar-2003 Ultraconservative beer baron
Richard W. Courts II
Business
c. 1936   Chairman of Atlantic Investment Co.
Helene von Damm
Government
4-May-1938   Reagan's personal secretary
Donald Devine
Government
c. 1937   Director, Office of Personnel Management, 1981-85
Charles F. Dolan
Business
16-Oct-1926   CEO of Cablevision, 1985-95
Vince Dooley
Football
4-Sep-1932   Georgia Bulldogs Head Coach, 1964-88
Irl F. Engelhardt
Business
c. 1946   CEO of Peabody Energy, 1990-2005
Eric C. Fast
Business
c. 1949   CEO of Crane
George M. C. Fisher
Business
c. 1940   CEO of Kodak, 1993-2000
Steve Forbes
Business
18-Jul-1947   Owner and publisher of Forbes magazine
Joe T. Ford
Business
c. 1937   CEO of Alltel, 1987-2002
Milton Friedman
Economist
31-Jul-1912 16-Nov-2006 1976 Nobel Prize for Economics
Foster Friess
Business
2-Apr-1940   Friess Associates
Edwin C. Gage
Business
c. 1942   CEO of Carlson Companies, 1989-91
Gay Hart Gaines
Administrator
11-Feb-1938   Chairman of GOPAC, 1993-97
Albert R. Gamper, Jr.
Business
c. 1942   CEO of CIT Group, 1987-2004
Robert R. Grusky
Business
19-Aug-1957   Hope Capital Management
John S. Herrington
Government
31-May-1939   US Secretary of Energy, 1985-89
Barron Hilton
Business
23-Oct-1927   Chairman of Hilton Hotels
Stan E. Hubbard
Business
c. 1961   Hubbard Broadcasting Inc.
John N. Irwin II
Diplomat
31-Dec-1913 28-Feb-2000 US Deputy Secretary of State, 1970-73
Mark E. Jennings
Business
c. 1962   Generation Partners
Lawrence Kudlow
Economist
20-Aug-1947   Kudlow & Cramer
Eddie Lampert
Business
19-Jul-1962   Billionaire, Chairman of Sears
Leonard Lauder
Business
c. 1933   Chairman of Estee Lauder
Lew Lehrman
Business
15-Aug-1938   Rite Aid drugstore founder
Carl H. Lindner
Business
22-Apr-1919 17-Oct-2011 Cincinnati billionaire
Stephen J. Luczo
Business
c. 1957   CEO of Seagate, 1998-2004
Harold M. Messmer, Jr.
Business
20-Feb-1946   CEO of Robert Half International
James W. Michaels
Journalist
17-Jun-1921 2-Oct-2007 Longtime Forbes editor
Cleta Mitchell
Attorney
1950   Conservative lawyer
Steven T. Mnuchin
Business
c. 1963   Dune Capital Management
Deroy Murdock
Columnist
1963   Conservative pundit
Charles H. Price II
Diplomat
1-Apr-1931 12-Jan-2012 US Ambassador to the UK, 1983-89
Michael Retzer
Business
c. 1946   US Ambassador to Tanzania, 2005-07
Thomas L. Rhodes
Journalist
c. 1941   President, National Review
Howard S. Rich
Business
c. 1940   Libertarian activist
Julian H. Robertson, Jr.
Business
25-Jun-1932   Tiger Management
John S. Shiely
Business
c. 1952   CEO of Briggs & Stratton
Henry R. Slack
Business
?   CEO of Minorco, 1992-98
Gregory Slayton
Business
c. 1959   US Consul General to Bermuda
John M. Templeton, Jr.
Relative
19-Feb-1940   Conservative philanthropist
Thomas J. Tisch
Business
c. 1955   Four Partners Investment Partnership
Charles R. Walgreen
Business
11-Nov-1935   Former CEO, Walgreen's drugstores
Caspar Weinberger
Government
18-Aug-1917 28-Mar-2006 Iran-Contra figure pardoned by Bush
Armstrong Williams
Columnist
5-Feb-1959   Black conservative pundit on the take
Stephanie Zimbalist
Actor
8-Oct-1956   Remington Steele


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