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National Conservative Campaign Fund

ORGANIZATION

"The National Conservative Campaign Fund, founded in 1999, is an independent political action committee. Our goal is to raise funds to enable us to contribute the maximum allowed by law to the top 100 conservative candidates running for the U.S. House and Senate."

Location:
Washington, DC

Founding Date:
1999

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Howard Ahmanson, Jr.
Philanthropist
3-Feb-1950   Reclusive fundamentalist-Christian philanthropist
George A. Alcorn
Business
c. 1933   Alcorn Exploration
Gary Aldrich
Activist
22-May-1945   Clinton antagonist
Bruce Bartlett
Government
11-Oct-1951   Conservative pundit
Charles Black
Government
c. 1947   Chairman, BKSH & Associates
Morton C. Blackwell
Activist
16-Nov-1939   Influential conservative activist
David N. Bossie
Activist
1965   Citizens United
Brent Bozell
Activist
14-Jul-1955   Media Research Center
Floyd G. Brown
Activist
10-Mar-1961   Ultraconservative smear merchant
Bay Buchanan
Government
23-Dec-1948   US Treasurer, 1981-83
William F. Buckley
Columnist
24-Nov-1925 27-Feb-2008 National Review
Ann Coulter
Pundit
8-Dec-1961   Rightwing bombthrower
T. Kenneth Cribb
Activist
7-Aug-1948   Conservative activist
Carol G. Dawson
Government
8-Sep-1937   Conservative activist
Joseph E. diGenova
Government
c. 1945   US Attorney, District of Columbia, 1983-88
Frank Donatelli
Activist
4-Jul-1949   McGuireWoods Consulting
Becky Norton Dunlop
Government
2-Oct-1951   Conservative activist
Michelle Easton
Government
12-Aug-1950   Clare Boothe Luce Policy Institute
Edwin Feulner
Activist
12-Aug-1941   Heritage Foundation founder
Foster Friess
Business
2-Apr-1940   Friess Associates
George Gilder
Pundit
29-Nov-1939   Technological futurist pundit
William L. Hanley, Jr.
Business
27-Jan-1940   Lexington Management Group
Donald Hodel
Government
23-May-1935   Reagan's Secretary of Energy & Interior
Reed Irvine
Activist
29-Sep-1922 16-Nov-2004 Founder, Accuracy in Media
Jeane Kirkpatrick
Government
19-Nov-1926 7-Dec-2006 Reagan's UN Ambassador
G. Gordon Liddy
Government
30-Nov-1930   Watergate criminal, talk-show-host
Ed Meese
Government
2-Dec-1931   Attorney General under Reagan, 1985-88
Ted Olson
Government
11-Sep-1940   US Solicitor General, 2001-04
Thomas L. Phillips
Publisher
25-Dec-1941   Phillips Publishing International
Erik Prince
Business
6-Jun-1969   Founder of Blackwater Worldwide
Ralph Reed
Activist
24-Jun-1961   Former head of the Christian Coalition
Donald Regan
Government
21-Dec-1918 10-Jun-2003 US Secretary of the Treasury, 1981-85
Alfred Regnery
Publisher
21-Nov-1942   The American Spectator
Thomas V. Reifenheiser
Business
c. 1936   Managing Director, Chase Securities
William Bradford Reynolds
Government
21-Jun-1942   Reagan administration
Marjory Ross
Publisher
c. 1959   Regnery Publishing
Howard Segermark
Activist
?   Howard Segermark Associates
Frank Shakespeare
Diplomat
9-Apr-1925   US Ambassador to the Vatican, 1986-89
John K. Singlaub
Military
10-Jul-1921   US Army general, CIA operative
Mark Skousen
Economist
c. 1948   Forecasts & Strategies
Victoria Toensing
Pundit
16-Oct-1941   Washington lawyer
Emmett Tyrrell
Columnist
1943   Publisher, The American Spectator
Guy Vander Jagt
Politician
26-Aug-1931 22-Jun-2007 Congressman from Michigan, 1966-93
Richard Viguerie
Activist
23-Sep-1933   Conservative activist
Murray Waas
Journalist
c. 1960   Washington reporter
Faith Ryan Whittlesey
Diplomat
21-Feb-1939   Twice US Ambassador to Switzerland


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