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POLITICAL ACTION COMMITTEE

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Washington, DC

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Herbert M. Allison
Business
24-Aug-1943   CEO of TIAA-CREF, 2002-08
John F. Barrett
Business
c. 1949   CEO of Western & Southern Financial
John H. Biggs
Business
19-Jul-1936   CEO of TIAA-CREF, 1993-2002
Carroll Campbell
Politician
24-Jul-1940 7-Dec-2005 Governor of South Carolina, 1987-95
James D. Ericson
Business
c. 1936   CEO of Northwestern Mutual, 1993-2001
Michael D. Fraizer
Business
c. 1958   CEO of Genworth Financial
Dennis R. Glass
Business
c. 1949   CEO of Lincoln National
J. Barry Griswell
Business
c. 1949   CEO of Principal Financial Group, 2000-08
C. Robert Henrikson
Business
c. 1947   CEO of MetLife
W. Hayne Hipp
Business
c. 1940   CEO of Liberty Corp., 1979-2006
J. Gorman Houston, Jr.
Judge
11-Mar-1933   Justice, AL Supreme Court, 1985-2005
John D. Johns
Business
c. 1951   CEO of Protective Life
Frank Keating
Politician
10-Feb-1944   Governor of Oklahoma, 1995-2003
Paul X. Kelley
Military
11-Nov-1928   28th USMC Commandant, 1983-87
Dennis J. Manning
Business
Jan-1947   CEO of Guardian Life
Thomas M. Marra
Business
c. 1959   President and COO of Hartford Financial
Bruce J. Nicholson
Business
c. 1944   CEO of Thrivent
Arthur F. Ryan
Business
1942   CEO of Prudential, 1994-2007
David A. Stonecipher
Business
c. 1940   CEO of Jefferson-Pilot, 1993-2004
John R. Strangfeld
Business
c. 1955   CEO of Prudential
Dona D. Young
Business
8-Jan-1954   CEO of Phoenix Companies
Edward J. Zore
Business
1945   CEO of Northwestern Mutual


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