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Selected Affiliations:

Jack A. Abramoff

Bush-Cheney For President (2004)
Relationship: Attained "Pioneer" status, meaning he raised more than $100,000 for the campaign. 1
Most Recent Year Confirmed in this Role: 2004
Group's Stated Purpose: Reelect George W. Bush president of the United States.

Cassidy & Associates
Relationship: Former Lobbying Consultant 2
Most Recent Year Confirmed in this Role: 2004
Group's Stated Purpose: Lobbying firm.

Citizens for America
Relationship: Lobbied for President Reagan's agenda. 3
Most Recent Year Confirmed in this Role: 1985
Group's Stated Purpose: Lobbied for President Reagan's agenda.

College Republican National Committee
Relationship: Chairman 4
Most Recent Year Confirmed in this Role: 1985
Group's Stated Purpose: A nationwide coordinating organization for the Republican youth movement.

Greenberg Traurig
Relationship: Lobbyist. Resigned following articles in the Washington Post that described Abramoff's huge fees and complex financial dealings with Indian clients. Currently under investigation by the Senate Indian Affairs Committee. 5
Most Recent Year Confirmed in this Role: 2004
Group's Stated Purpose:

Middle Gate Ventures
Relationship: Started company in July 2004; dedicated to energy projects, real estate development, and motion picture production -- no lobbying. 6
Most Recent Year Confirmed in this Role: 2004
Group's Stated Purpose:

United Seniors Association (USA) (overview)
Relationship: Member of the Board of Directors 7
Most Recent Year Confirmed in this Role: 2002
Group's Stated Purpose: Expand retirement and investment freedom, economic freedom, and health freedom for senior Americans and generations to come.

 
1   White House for Sale Web site. (Available at www.whitehouseforsale.org. Accessed on May 28, 2004.)
2   Judy Sarasohn, "Olson to Return to Gibson, Dunn," Washington Post, July 8, 2004.
3   Michael S. Gerber and Albert Eisele, "Republican Power Broker Jack Abramoff on Lobbying in the Bush II Era," The Hill, March 26, 2004.
4   College Republicans National Committee Web site. (Available at www.crnc.org. Accessed on May 28, 2004.)
5   Jonathan Groner and Kristen A. Lee, "Tribal Counsel," Legal Times, March 10, 2004.
6   Judy Sarasohn, "Olson to Return to Gibson, Dunn," Washington Post, July 8, 2004.
7   United Seniors Association 990 form, 2002.


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