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    Buchanan/Nader Debate Is Coming Up Real Soon Does Pat Buchanan Have This Information Yet? Nader -Bush Scandal Who What When Where Why & How
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      Buchanan/Nader Debate Is Coming Up Real Soon
      Does Pat Buchanan Have This Information Yet?

      Nader -Bush Scandal
      Who What When Where Why & How
      http://www.billparish.com/20000619ralphnader.html
      "Cisco Systems Watered Stock Scheme Captures Ralph
      Nader, Watered
      Stock Defined PORTLAND, Ore., June 19 -- According to
      the
      Washington
      Post, in a standard presidential campaign filing, Ralph
      Nader has
      disclosed that 32 percent of his entire net worth of
      $3.8 million is
      invested in Cisco Systems stock. Perhaps this is
      indeed the most
      significant proof to date regarding how effectively
      Cisco Systems and
      Microsoft have concealed a massive watered stock
      scheme."
      http://www.urhc.org/prescontrib.html
      "Reference: April 19, 1999 issue of Business Week, pp.
      34-36 "Major
      CEO Contributors to Front-runner Republican
      Presidential Candidates
      George W. Bush
      James Barksdale - Former CEO of Netscape
      Richard Cheney - CEO of Halliburton
      J.W. Marriott Jr. - CEO of Marriott International
      Henry Kravis - Founding partner of Kohlberg Kravis
      Roberts
      Kenneth Lay - CEO of Enron
      T.J. Rodgers - CEO of Cypress Semiconductor
      Wilfred Corrigan - CEO of LSI Logic
      Floyd Kvamme - Partner at Kleiner Perkins Caulfield and
      Byers
      Gordon Binder - CEO of Amgen
      Herbert Kelleher - CEO of Southwest Airlines
      Michael Dell - CEO of Dell Computer
      Robert Herbold - COO of Microsoft

      http://www.morningnews.com/specials/
      bush_campaign/0717bush1bush.htm
      "Three Cisco managers did donate to Mr. Bush"
      http://www.contracostatimes.com/news
      /california/stories/xbush_20000620
      .htm
      "Bush strikes gold in Silicon Valley.Chambers, chief
      executive of
      Cisco Systems, Bush collected what..CALIFORNIA
      Published Tuesday,
      June
      20, 2000 Bush strikes gold in Silicon...
      http://www.guardianunlimited.co.uk/e
      finance/article/0,2763,184617,00.h
      tml
      handheld start Microsoft hires Bush aide
      http://www.austin360.com/news/featur
      es/national/0702silicon.html
      "Bush courts Silicon Valley High-tech leaders greet
      candidate with
      open arms and wallets in
      CaliforniaÂ…Thursday's event attracted something of
      a

      high-tech who's who.
      The event
      chairmen included Netscape co-founder James Barksdale,

      Microsoft Corp.
      Executive Vice
      President Robert Herbold, venture capitalist Floyd
      Kvamme,
      Oracle Corp.
      President Raymond
      Lane and Cisco Systems Chief Executive Officer John

      Chambers."


      http://www.tompaine.com/features/2000/06/19/5.html
      article on how Nader candidacy helps Bush in 2000

      http://www.onlinejournal.com/Commentary/Nader/nader.html
      "Is Ralph Nader on the Bush campaign's payroll?
      By Bev Conover

      June 15, 2000 | In a presidential election year in
      which the
      courts are the grand prize, along comes presidential
      wannabe
      Ralph Nader, the self-proclaimed champion of the people
      who hasn't a chance of being elected, to play spoiler.
      But the spoiler roll Nader is playing isn't against the
      Republicans
      and George W. Bush who find the Constitution an
      annoyance, and
      democracy too messy for their and big businesses'
      tastes, but the
      Democrats and Al Gore.
      The outwardly monkish and disheveled Nader, who for
      some unfathomable
      reason has become the darling of the Green Party, has
      been taking in
      millions of people - not to mention millions of
      dollars-ever since he
      proclaimed himself the champion of the consumer by
      declaring the
      Covair "unsafe at any speed" and carefully constructing
      an image as
      the "good guy," as opposed to all those nasty
      Washington insiders and
      big business bullies.
      Today, Mr. Pure sits atop a financial empire which not
      only rivals
      the
      biggest corporations in their reach and influence, but
      he runs as an
      iron-fisted autocrat. This is not to say that the peons
      who labor in
      his many nonprofit organizations have not done some
      good. But their
      leader is not what he seems to be.
      While some criticize Nader, himself a lawyer, for being
      in league
      with
      the trial lawyers' lobby, his hypocrisy in amassing a
      personal
      fortune
      in stocks, CDs and treasury notes while publicly giving
      the
      impression
      he has taken some vow of poverty is more troubling.
      And now he seems hell bent on attempting to stop the
      Democrats from
      holding on to the White House and regaining control of
      Congress. What
      is issuing from Nader's mouth is that the Democrats
      haven't been true
      enough to the cause -especially Al Gore.
      While some of us won't argue that many Democrats have
      become like the
      centrist Republicans of yesterday, is that any reason
      to help the
      extremist Republicans of today hang on to Congress and
      let the Bush
      family again get its hands on the White House, so
      together they can
      pack the federal courts, including the Supreme, with
      Antonin Scalia
      and Clarence Thomas clones?
      If this is get even time in Nader's mind, someone
      should remind him
      that he and his PIRGs will go down in flames with the
      rest of us.
      Ralph, this is the wrong time for your games. If you
      succeed in
      gaining victories for the GOP and George W., history
      will not be kind
      to you. Give it up, man. All you are succeeding in
      doing is dividing
      us at a time when we must be unified in order to save
      our freedoms.
      Have you gone over the edge or are you on the Bush
      campaign's
      payroll?"
      http://www.stranded.com/govschool/messages/3471.html
      "Thursday, May 25, 2000 in the Washington Post

      Nader's Bid Complicates Gore's Task
      by Thomas B. Edsall

      Ralph Nader's renegade Green Party presidential
      campaign is turning
      out to be an unexpected problem for Al Gore's
      presidential bid in key
      Democratic states in the Northeast and West Coast, and
      could
      influence
      the outcome in Midwest battleground states, especially
      Michigan. The
      longtime consumer advocate is demonstrating the
      potential to fracture
      Gore's support among core liberal-Democratic
      ConstituenciesÂ….For the presidential campaign of
      Texas Gov.
      George W.
      Bush, all this is manna from political heaven."In any
      state where the
      election is close, Nader, if he just gets a few
      percentage points,
      means a net loss of two or three points for Gore," said
      a Bush
      strategist, who was still cautious not to exaggerate
      Nader's
      potential
      at this early stage in the contest.
      "He helps us the most in California," a "must-win"
      state for Gore, he
      added. Without Nader, California is widely viewed as
      leaning strongly
      toward the presumptive Democratic nominee, but with
      him, "Nader makes
      us competitive in California," the Bush strategist
      said. While
      running
      at 4 percent to 5 percent in most national polls,
      Nader, draws
      support
      at 9 to 10 percent in California, and 7 percent in
      Oregon. At those
      levels, because most of Nader's support comes from
      voters who would
      otherwise likely back Gore, Nader could convert the
      Pacific Coast
      from
      a part of the Democratic base to a costly, competitive
      arena, forcing
      Gore to spend time and money defending himself in a
      region expected
      to
      be securely Democratic. Nader, who has been traveling
      the country on
      commercial airlines at a hectic pace, has been far
      tougher on Gore
      than Bush. On the stump and in interviews,"

      http://csf.colorado.edu/bioregional/2000/msg00549.html
      "RFK Jr on Nader/Gore/Bush - Environment
      From the NYTimes Op Ed page Thursday

      Nader's Threat to the Environment
      By ROBERT F. KENNEDY JR.

      WHITE PLAINS, N.Y.-Ralph Nader is my friend and hero,
      but his Green Party candidacy for the presidency could
      torpedo
      efforts to address the nation's most important environmental
      challenges.
      The threat, of course, is that Mr. Nader's candidacy could siphon
      votes
      from Al Gore, the environment's most visible champion since
      Theodore
      Roosevelt, and lead to the election of George W. Bush.
      Mr. Nader dismisses his spoiler role by arguing that there is
      little
      distinction between the major parties' candidates and that Mr.
      Gore has
      compromised on too many issues. While I admire Mr. Nader's
      high-minded ideals, his suggestion that there is no difference
      between Mr.
      Gore and Mr. Bush is irresponsible.
      On the environment, the difference is fundamental. It reaches deep
      into
      their philosophies and records, showing most recently in their
      choice of
      running mates: Dick Cheney's anti-environmental votes in Congress
      extended even to opposing the Clean Water Act, while Joe Lieberman
      has staunchly supported strong environmental legislation and even
      written
      it.
      While environmentalists have had their disappointments with the
      Clinton
      administration, they need to keep their perspective. Mr. Gore,
      more than
      anyone else, deserves credit for rallying conservationists and
      fortifying
      President Clinton to repulse the Gingrich Congress's efforts to
      eviscerate
      30 years of environmental law.
      He helped persuade Mr. Clinton to protect the Arctic National
      Wildlife
      Refuge in a standoff that led to shutdown of the government-a
      risky
      gambit that, unpredictably, also paid off politically. Mr. Gore
      also fought
      for tough clean air rules, secured more financing for programs
      like energy
      conservation research and successfully promoted many measures to
      preserve diminishing wild areas.
      He has risked heavy criticism for his support of the Kyoto
      agreement to
      limit global warming, and his book "Earth in the Balance" is an
      ambitious
      blueprint for the environmental movement.
      For his efforts, Mr. Gore has earned the enmity of the polluters
      and their
      political spokesmen, including Mr. Bush and his father, who
      christened
      Mr. Gore "Ozone Man" to ridicule his concern for clean air.
      Governor Bush, by contrast, has a famously abysmal environmental
      record, made all the more objectionable by his attempts to deny
      it. His
      appointees to Texas environmental agencies come from the chemical
      and
      oil industries. He has allowed Texas' biggest polluters, his
      contributors, to
      write environmental laws that make compliance voluntary. Texas
      under
      his leadership is 49th in the nation in per capita environmental
      spending.
      In a change that seemed impossible just five years ago, Houston
      has now
      surpassed long-suffering Los Angeles as the smoggiest city. Texas
      now
      claims the country's highest levels of air and water pollution and
      toxic
      releases.
      Governor Bush has promised to hand over the Arctic Refuge to the
      oil
      industry, dilute the Clean Water and Clean Air Acts, and lift
      protections
      on public lands. With clean air programs already under assault
      from
      conservative judicial activists, he praises the anti-environmental
      decisions
      of Justices Antonin Scalia and Clarence Thomas. Whatever his
      litmus test
      for court appointments, it almost certainly won't include a
      positive record
      on the environment. And Mr. Bush favors the current system of
      campaign
      finance, which puts inordinate power in the hands of polluters.
      Incredibly, Mr. Nader has said that, if forced to choose, he would
      vote
      for Mr. Bush-presumably as more likely to cause a backlash in
      the
      environment's favor. In fact, a vote for Mr. Nader is a vote for
      Mr. Bush,
      and environmentalists who join his personal crusade risk
      marginalizing the
      conservation movement.
      Al Gore's eight years as vice president have mainly tested his
      loyalty. As
      president, he will at last have the opportunity to carry out his
      own
      environmental vision.
      Robert F. Kennedy Jr. is the president of the Water Keeper
      Alliance
      and a lawyer for the Natural Resources Defense Council."
      Bush & Occidental
      Speaking of Occidental please see
      http://www.oxy.com/
      http://www.oxychem.com/
      Occidental Chemical is a subsidiary of Occidental. "Roger Hirl,
      Dallas TX Pres & CEO, Occidental Chemical Co. Contributions to
      Bush's Gov. Races: $1000" Above from:
      http://www.tpj.org/data/pioneers.html where you will find the
      material
      below:
      "July 21, 1999
      Identities of George Bush's 115 Pioneers
      Each "Pioneer" has raised at least $100,000 for Bush's Presidential
      Campaign
      PAGE 1
      Joe Allen
      Alfred Austin
      Joe Barton
      Lee Bass
      George Bayoud
      Louis A. Beecherl
      Dennis R. Berman
      Wayne L. Berman
      Roland Betts
      Teel Bivins
      James Blosser
      Michael Boone
      Rudy Boschwitz
      Katherine Boyd
      Dan Branch
      Stephen Brauer
      Nancy Brinker
      William Brisben
      Christopher Burnham
      Jonathan Bush
      William H. T. Bush
      Joe Canizaro
      A. R. "Pete" Carpenter
      PAGE 2
      Claiborne Carrington
      Bill Ceverha
      James Click
      Herb Collins
      Peter Coneway
      Jim Culbertson
      Robert Dedman
      Bob Devlin
      Bill DeWitt
      Jennifer Dunn
      Patrick Durkin
      Dick Egan
      Gov. John Engler
      Marty Fiorentino
      Tom Foley
      Sam Fox
      Jim Francis
      Bradford (Brad) Freeman
      David Girard-diCarlo
      D. Stephen Goddard
      Hank Greenberg
      Adele Hall
      Tim Hammonds
      PAGE 3
      Dick Heath
      R. Steven Hicks
      Roger Hirl
      Alfred Hoffman
      Bob B. Holland
      R.D. Hubbard
      James Huffines
      Gaylord Hughey
      Robert Woods Johnson
      Thomas Johnson
      Walter Johnson
      Don Jordan
      Shelly Kamins
      Stephen Kass
      Richard & Nancy Kinder
      Doro Koch
      Michael Kojaian
      David Laney
      James Langdon
      Frank Lavin
      Kenneth Lay
      Howard Leach
      Steve Letbetter
      PAGE 4
      Tom & Nancy Loeffler
      John Mahaffey
      Thomas Marinis
      Robert Martinez
      Dean & Andrea McWilliams
      David A. Metzner
      Vance Miller
      David Miner
      Philip Montgomery
      Charles Nash
      James Nicholson
      Dennis Nixon
      Alan Novak
      Erle Nye
      Joseph O'Donnell
      Joseph O'Neill
      Bill Owens
      Marshall Payne
      Robert Pickens
      Don Powell
      Heinz Prechter
      Mercer Reynolds
      Dub (A.W.) Riter
      PAGE 5
      Nicholas Sarafy
      William Scherer
      Bud (Allan) Shivers
      James Simmons
      Alex Spanos
      Manuel Stamatakis
      Craig & Dorothy Stapleton
      Peter Terpeluk
      Jack Vaughn
      Roger Wallace
      Frederick L Webber
      Ron Weiser
      Mrs. Jimmy Westcott
      Robert Whilden
      George Williams
      Roger G. Williams
      Bob Wright
      Charles Wyly
      Zach Zachariah
      Raul Romero
      Evans Rose
      Rusty (Edward) Rose
      Tony (A.R.) Sanchez






      Joe Allen, Houston TX
      Attorney, Vinson & Elkins LLP
      Contributions to Bush's Gov. Races: $450
      Alfred Austin, Tampa FL
      President, The Austin Companies
      Contributions to Bush's Gov. Races: $0 Joe Barton, Ennis TX
      Congressman, U.S. House of Representatives Contributions to Bush's
      Gov. Races: $100 Lee M. Bass, Fort Worth TX President, Lee M. Bass,
      Inc.
      CONTRIBUTIONS TO BUSH'S GOV. RACES: $3927
      Part of billionaire oil tycoon family; Bass Family PACs gave $210,000
      to Bush
      George Bayoud, Dallas TX
      ,
      Contributions to Bush's Gov. Races: $3000
      former Secretary of State for Texas
      Louis A. Beecherl, TX
      investor, Texas Oil & Gas; Beecherl Investments
      Contributions to Bush's Gov. Races: $146000
      Dennis R. Berman, Dallas TX
      president, Denitech
      Contributions to Bush's Gov. Races: $175400
      Wayne L. Berman, Washington DC Lobbyist, Berman Enterprises Inc
      Contributions to Bush's Gov. Races: $16000 clients inlcude Flo-Sun
      Inc
      and Scruggs, Millette et al.
      Roland Betts, NY
      Executive, Chelsea Piers Mgmt
      Contributions to Bush's Gov. Races: $15000
      former parnter with Bush in the Texas Rangers
      Teel Bivins, Austin TX
      State Senator, State of Texas
      Contributions to Bush's Gov. Races: $5250
      James Blosser, Ft. Lauderdale FL
      Government Relations, Poole & McKinley
      Contributions to Bush's Gov. Races: $0
      Michael Boone, Dallas TX
      Attorney, Haynes & Boone LLP
      Contributions to Bush's Gov. Races: $9000
      Rudy Boschwitz, Plymouth MN
      Chairman, Home Value
      Contributions to Bush's Gov. Races: $0
      Katherine Boyd, Burlingame CA
      owner, Katherine Boyd Interior Decoration
      Contributions to Bush's Gov. Races: $3025
      Dan Branch, Dallas TX
      Attorney, Langley & Branch
      Contributions to Bush's Gov. Races: $2000
      Stephen Brauer, Bridgeton MO
      Executive, Hunter Engineering Co
      Contributions to Bush's Gov. Races: $6000
      Nancy Brinker, TX
      housewife, Brinker International
      Contributions to Bush's Gov. Races: $50 wife of Norman Brinker who
      gave Bush $34,500 William Brisben, OH Home Builder, W. O. Brisben
      Companies Contributions to Bush's Gov. Races: $0 Christopher Burnham,
      CT Asset Mgmt, Columbus Circle Investors Contributions to Bush's Gov.
      Races: $5000 Jonathan Bush, Killingworth CT Chairman, J Bush & Co
      Inc/Riggs Bank Contributions to Bush's Gov. Races: $2000 George W.
      Bush's uncle William H. T. Bush, St. Louis MO Chairman, Bush,
      O'Donnell & Co.
      CONTRIBUTIONS TO BUSH'S GOV. RACES: $11250
      Joe Canizaro, New Orleans LA
      CEO, Joseph Canizaro Inc
      Contributions to Bush's Gov. Races: $2000
      A. R. "Pete" Carpenter, Jacksonville FL
      CEO, CSX Transportation
      Contributions to Bush's Gov. Races: $0
      Claiborne Carrington, San Antonio TX
      ,
      Contributions to Bush's Gov. Races: $0
      Bill Ceverha, Dallas TX
      State Lobbyist,
      Contributions to Bush's Gov. Races: $7400 Clients included Pioneer
      Louis Beecherl and PSG Inc.
      James Click, AZ
      Executive, Jim Click Automotive
      Contributions to Bush's Gov. Races: $3000
      Herb Collins, Boston MA
      Chair, Boston Capital Partners
      Contributions to Bush's Gov. Races: $6000 Peter Coneway, Houston TX
      Investment Banker, Goldman Sachs & Co.
      CONTRIBUTIONS TO BUSH'S GOV. RACES: $10000
      His wife gave Bush $35,000
      Jim Culbertson, Winston-Salem NC
      Executive, Financial Computing Inc
      Contributions to Bush's Gov. Races: $0
      Robert Dedman Jr., Dallas TX
      CEO, ClubCorp International
      Contributions to Bush's Gov. Races: $16090
      on National Center for Policy Analysis's Board
      Bob Devlin, Houston TX
      CEO, American General Financial
      Contributions to Bush's Gov. Races: $0
      Bill DeWitt, Cincinnati OH
      Private Investor, Reynolds, DeWitt Securities Company
      Contributions to Bush's Gov. Races: $10000
      Jennifer Dunn, WA
      US Representative, Congress
      Contributions to Bush's Gov. Races: $0
      Patrick Durkin, Greenwich CT
      Managing Director, Donaldson Lufkin & Jenrette
      Contributions to Bush's Gov. Races: $1350
      Dick Egan, Hopkinton MA
      Salesman, EMC Corporation
      Contributions to Bush's Gov. Races: $0
      Gov. John Engler, MI
      Governor, State of Michigan
      Contributions to Bush's Gov. Races: $0
      Marty Fiorentino, Jacksonville FL
      VP of Communications, CSX Transportation
      Contributions to Bush's Gov. Races: $0
      Tom Foley, Greenwich CT
      Executive, The NTC Group
      Contributions to Bush's Gov. Races: $15000
      Sam Fox, St. Louis MO
      CEO, Harbour Group
      Contributions to Bush's Gov. Races: $6000

      Jim Francis, Dallas TX
      President, Francis Enterprises
      Contributions to Bush's Gov. Races: $11400
      Bradford (Brad) Freeman, Los Angeles CA General Partner, Freeman,
      Spogli & Co.
      Contributions to Bush's Gov. Races: $85000
      David Girard-diCarlo, Philidelphia PA
      Attorney/ CEO, Blank, Rome, Comisky, & McCauley LLP
      Contributions to Bush's Gov. Races: $0
      D. Stephen Goddard, Houston Tx
      Managing Partner, Arthur Andersen LLP
      Contributions to Bush's Gov. Races: $1500
      Hank Greenberg, NY
      CEO, American International Group
      Contributions to Bush's Gov. Races: $0
      Adele Hall, Shawnee Mission KS
      Housewife, Hallmark Cards
      Contributions to Bush's Gov. Races: $0
      wife of Donald J. who gave Bush $5,000
      Tim Hammonds, Washington DC
      president/lobbyist, Food Marketing Institute
      Contributions to Bush's Gov. Races: $0
      Dick Heath, Dallas TX
      CEO, BeautiControl Cosmetics
      Contributions to Bush's Gov. Races: $124849
      R. Steven Hicks, Austin/Dallas TX CEO, Capstar Broadcasting Co.
      Contributions to Bush's Gov. Races: $51000 Roger Hirl, Dallas TX Pres
      & CEO, Occidental Chemical Co.
      CONTRIBUTIONS TO BUSH'S GOV. RACES: $1000
      Alfred Hoffman, Ft. Myers FL CEO, Watermark Communities, Inc.
      Contributions to Bush's Gov. Races: $0 Bob B. Holland III, Dallas TX
      Senior VP, General Counsel, Triton Energy Contributions to Bush's
      Gov.
      Races: $6000 R.D. Hubbard, Palm Desert CA CEO, Hollywood Park, Inc.
      CONTRIBUTIONS TO BUSH'S GOV. RACES: $0
      Horse Racing Track and Casino
      James Huffines, Austin TX
      Investor, Morgan Keegan; Bank of Dallas Contributions to Bush's Gov.
      Races: $33900 Gaylord Hughey Jr., Tyler TX Attorney, Hughey Oil
      Company; Potter & Gunn Atty. Contributions to Bush's Gov. Races:
      $46500 Robert Woods Johnson, New York NY CEO, Johnson & Johnson, Inc.
      Contributions to Bush's Gov. Races: $22583
      Thomas Johnson, Austin TX
      Exec. Director, AGC (Associated General Contractors) of Texas
      Contributions to Bush's Gov. Races: $0
      Walter Johnson, Houston TX
      President & CEO, Southwest Bank of Texas
      Contributions to Bush's Gov. Races: $5000
      Don Jordan, Houston TX
      Exec., Reliant Energy
      Contributions to Bush's Gov. Races: $0

      Shelly Kamins, Washington DC
      Chairman of GOPAC; Investor, Blum Frank & Kamins
      Contributions to Bush's Gov. Races: $10500
      Stephen Kass, Burbank CA
      ,
      Contributions to Bush's Gov. Races: $10500 Richard & Nancy Kinder,
      Houston TX Chairman & CEO, Kinder Morgan, Inc.
      CONTRIBUTIONS TO BUSH'S GOV. RACES: $119409
      Former CEO of Enron
      Doro Koch, Bethesda MD
      Homemaker
      Contributions to Bush's Gov. Races: $0
      George Bush's sister

      Michael Kojaian, Southfield MI
      President, Kojaian Mgmt Corp
      Contributions to Bush's Gov. Races: $5000
      David Laney, Dallas TX
      Attorney, Jenkins & Gilchrist
      Contributions to Bush's Gov. Races: $15000
      James Langdon, Washington DC
      Attorney, Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld
      Contributions to Bush's Gov. Races: $3500
      Frank Lavin, Canton OH
      Banker, Citibank
      Contributions to Bush's Gov. Races: $0

      Kenneth Lay, Houston TX
      CEO, Enron
      Contributions to Bush's Gov. Races: $100000
      wife Linda gave Bush $22,500
      Howard Leach, San Francisco CA
      President, Cypress Farms Inc
      Contributions to Bush's Gov. Races: $11000
      Steve Letbetter, Houston TX
      Executive, Reliant Energy
      Contributions to Bush's Gov. Races: $0 Tom & Nancy Loeffler, San
      Antonio TX Attorney, Arter & Hadden Contributions to Bush's Gov.
      Races: $141000 ex-member, U.S. House of Representatives, Appointed by
      Bush to Univ.
      of Texas Board of Regents
      John Mahaffey, Springfield MO
      President, Mahaffey Enterprises
      Contributions to Bush's Gov. Races: $2000
      Thomas Marinis Jr., Houston TX Attorney, Vinson & Elkins, L.L.P.
      Contributions to Bush's Gov. Races: $5500 Sits on board of dirs. at
      Phoenix House Robert Martinez, Tampa FL Managing Dir.-Gov't
      Relations, Carlton Fields Law Contributions to Bush's Gov. Races: $0
      Former Governor of Florida Dean & Andrea McWilliams, Austin TX
      Spokesman for TX Sen. Mike Galloway, State of Texas Contributions to
      Bush's Gov. Races: $0 David A. Metzner, VA Lobbyist, American
      Continental Group Contributions to Bush's Gov. Races: $5000 clients
      include Lockheed Martin and Gov. of India Vance Miller, Dallas TX
      CEO, Henry S. Miller Co.
      CONTRIBUTIONS TO BUSH'S GOV. RACES: $20000
      Real estate
      David Miner, Cary NC
      State Representative, State of North Carolina Contributions to Bush's
      Gov. Races: $0 Philip Montgomery III, Dallas TX Owner, P.O.B.
      Montgomery & Co.
      Contributions to Bush's Gov. Races: $2300
      Charles Nash, Austin TX
      Owner - Car Dealer, Chuck Nash Chevrolet
      Contributions to Bush's Gov. Races: $5000
      James Nicholson, Detroit MI
      President, PVS Chemicals
      Contributions to Bush's Gov. Races: $0 Dennis Nixon, Laredo TX
      Banker, International Bancshares Corp.
      Contributions to Bush's Gov. Races: $5000
      Alan Novak, Coatesville PA
      Attorney, Conrad O'Brien Gellman & Rohn
      Contributions to Bush's Gov. Races: $0
      Erle Nye, Dallas TX
      CEO, Texas Utilities
      Contributions to Bush's Gov. Races: $11400
      Appointed by Bush to Texas A&M Board of Regents

      Joseph O'Donnell, Cambridge MA CEO, Boston Concessions Group, Inc.
      CONTRIBUTIONS TO BUSH'S GOV. RACES: $6000
      Joseph O'Neill III, Midland TX
      Managing Partner, O'Neill Properties
      Contributions to Bush's Gov. Races: $15500
      Bill Owens, Denver CO
      Governor of Colorado, State of Colorado
      Contributions to Bush's Gov. Races: $0
      Marshall Payne, Dallas TX
      Investor, Cardinal Investment Corporation
      Contributions to Bush's Gov. Races: $20600
      Robert Pickens, Dallas TX
      Investor, Self-employed
      Contributions to Bush's Gov. Races: $13000
      Don Powell, Amarillo TX
      President, The First National Bank
      Contributions to Bush's Gov. Races: $21000 Appointed by
      BUSH TO TEXAS
      A&M Board of Regents Heinz Prechter, Southgate MI
      Chairman & CEO,
      ASC,
      Inc.
      Contributions to Bush's Gov. Races: $9000
      Was Chairman of Pres. Bush's Export Committee
      Mercer Reynolds, Cincinatti OH
      Private Investor, self-employed
      Contributions to Bush's Gov. Races: $10000
      Dub (A.W.) Riter Jr., Tyler TX
      Managing Partner, Pinstripe Investments
      Contributions to Bush's Gov. Races: $8350
      Appointed by Bush to Univ. of Texas Board of Regents
      Raul Romero, Houston TX
      CEO, S&B Infrastructure
      Contributions to Bush's Gov. Races: $150
      Appointed by Bush to Univ. of Texas Board of Regents
      Evans Rose Jr., Pittsburgh PA
      Attorney, Cohen & Grigsby
      Contributions to Bush's Gov. Races: $0
      Rusty (Edward) Rose III, Dallas TX
      partner, Cardinal Investments
      Contributions to Bush's Gov. Races: $40805
      former Bush business partner
      Tony (A.R.) Sanchez Jr., Laredo TX
      CEO, Sanchez-O'Brien Oil & Gas
      Contributions to Bush's Gov. Races: $101000
      Oil, Land, Banking magnate in the Valley. Appointed by
      Bush to Univ.
      of Texas Board of Regents
      Nicholas Sarafy, Brownsville TX
      Business Executive, Performance Testing Services
      Contributions to Bush's Gov. Races: $8750
      William Scherer, Fort Lauderdale FL
      Attorney, Conrad Scherer & James
      Contributions to Bush's Gov. Races: $0
      Bud (Allan) Shivers Jr., Austin TX
      consultant/investor, Waste Recovery Inc
      Contributions to Bush's Gov. Races: $8500
      Texans for Lawsuit Reform spokesman
      James Simmons, Paradise Valley AZ
      Owner, James P. Simmons & Associates
      Contributions to Bush's Gov. Races: $600
      Alex Spanos, Stockton CA
      Owner, San Diego Chargers
      Contributions to Bush's Gov. Races: $12500
      Manuel Stamatakis, Wayne PA
      Founder & CEO, Capital Management Enterprises
      Contributions to Bush's Gov. Races: $0
      Craig & Dorothy Stapleton, Greenwich CT
      Executive, Marsh & McLennan Companies
      Contributions to Bush's Gov. Races: $10000
      Peter Terpeluk Jr., Washington DC
      Lobbyist, American Continental Group
      Contributions to Bush's Gov. Races:
      $10000
      clients include Gov. of India
      Jack Vaughn, Dallas TX
      Owner, Vaughn Petroleum
      Contributions to Bush's Gov. Races:
      $15900
      Roger Wallace, San Antonio TX
      Consultant, PSI
      Contributions to Bush's Gov. Races: $4500
      Frederick L Webber, VA
      CEO/president/lobbyist, Chemical
      Manufacturers
      Association
      Contributions to Bush's Gov. Races: $500
      Ron Weiser, Ann Arbor MI
      CEO, McKinley Associates
      Contributions to Bush's Gov. Races: $0
      Mrs. Jimmy Westcott, Dallas TX
      Homemaker, Westcott Communications
      Contributions to Bush's Gov. Races:
      $15000
      Related to Carl Westcott of Westcott
      Communications"
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