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Club for Growth

ORGANIZATION

Conservative anti-tax political action committee, founded in 1999. The club's aim is to replace moderate Republican politicans with conservative ones. They spent $8 million on campaigns in 2002, and plan to spend $15 million in 2004.

Official Website:
http://www.clubforgrowth.org/

Founding Date:
1999

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Frank E. Baxter
Business
c. 1938   CEO of Jefferies & Company, 1987-2000
David Boies
Attorney
Mar-1941   Represented Gore in Bush v. Gore
Richard W. Boyce
Business
c. 1954   Texas Pacific Group
Brent Bozell
Activist
14-Jul-1955   Media Research Center
William F. Buckley
Columnist
24-Nov-1925 27-Feb-2008 National Review
William W. Canfield
Business
c. 1938   TALX Corporation
Chris Chocola
Politician
24-Feb-1962   Congressman from Indiana, 2003-07
Dan W. Cook III
Business
c. 1941   Conservative fundraiser
Harlan Crow
Business
1950   Chairman and CEO, Crow Holdings
Betsy DeVos
Activist
c. 1958   Wife of Dick DeVos
Daniel DeVos
Business
c. 1958   Amway scion
Pete du Pont
Politician
22-Jan-1935   Governor of Delaware, 1977-85
Mallory Factor
Activist
c. 1950   Merchant banker
Edwin Feulner
Activist
12-Aug-1941   Heritage Foundation founder
Milton Friedman
Economist
31-Jul-1912 16-Nov-2006 1976 Nobel Prize for Economics
George Gilder
Pundit
29-Nov-1939   Technological futurist pundit
Richard Gilder
Business
c. 1932   Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History
Michael W. Grebe
Attorney
c. 1941   President of the Bradley Foundation
Robert R. Grusky
Business
19-Aug-1957   Hope Capital Management
Patricia L. Herbold
Diplomat
24-Sep-1940   US Ambassador to Singapore
Roger Hertog
Business
c. 1941   Reinvented The New York Sun
John Huarte
Football
6-Apr-1944   Winner, 1964 Heisman Trophy
Robert S. Ingersoll
Diplomat
28-Jan-1914 22-Aug-2010 CEO of Borg-Warner, 1958-72
David Keating
Activist
c. 1955   Club for Growth
Lawrence Kudlow
Economist
20-Aug-1947   Kudlow & Cramer
Arthur B. Laffer
Economist
14-Aug-1940   Reagan advisor, Laffer curve
Robert A. Levy
Activist
c. 1939   Cato Institute
Robert E. McNair
Politician
14-Dec-1923 17-Nov-2007 Governor of South Carolina, 1965-71
Steven J. Milloy
Activist
?   JunkScience.com
Edward J. Mooney
Business
c. 1942   CEO of Nalco Chemical, 1994-2000
Stephen Moore
Activist
16-Feb-1960   Club for Growth
Eric O'Keefe
Activist
Dec-1954   Sam Adams Alliance
San W. Orr, Jr.
Business
1941   Wausau Paper Corporation
Bob Perry
Business
30-Oct-1932   Perry Homes, Republican financier
Thomas V. Reifenheiser
Business
c. 1936   Managing Director, Chase Securities
Thomas L. Rhodes
Journalist
c. 1941   President, National Review
Howard S. Rich
Business
c. 1940   Libertarian activist
Steven G. Rothmeier
Business
c. 1947   CEO of Northwest Airlines, 1985-89
Richard Scaife
Activist
3-Jul-1932   The Republican George Soros
Mark S. Siegel
Attorney
c. 1950   REMY Investors
Paul E. Singer
Business
1944   Billionaire, vulture capitalist
Pat Toomey
Politician
17-Nov-1961   US Senator from Pennsylvania
Thomas J. Usher
Business
11-Sep-1942   CEO of US Steel, 1995-2004
John Von Kannon
Activist
c. 1950   Heritage Foundation
Paul Weyrich
Columnist
7-Oct-1942 18-Dec-2008 Conservative activist
George C. Wortley
Politician
8-Dec-1926   Congressman from New York, 1981-89
Walter B. Wriston
Business
3-Aug-1919 19-Jan-2005 CEO of Citibank, 1967-84


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