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NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Steve Ballmer
Business
24-Mar-1956   CEO of Microsoft
David Bohnett
Business
2-Apr-1956   GeoCities cofounder
John Breaux
Politician
1-Mar-1944   US Senator from Louisiana, 1987-2005
Chris Coons
Politician
9-Sep-1963   US Senator from Delaware
Cal Dooley
Politician
11-Jan-1954   Congressman from California, 1991-2005
Vic Fazio
Politician
11-Oct-1942   Congressman from California, 1979-99
Harold Ford
Politician
11-May-1970   Congressman from Tennessee, 1997-2007
Bob Graham
Politician
9-Nov-1936   US Senator from Florida, 1987-2005
Sidney Harman
Business
5-Aug-1918 12-Apr-2011 Founder of Harman International
Ron Kirk
Politician
27-Jun-1954   US Trade Representative
Mary Landrieu
Politician
23-Nov-1955   US Senator from Louisiana
Joseph Lieberman
Politician
24-Feb-1942   US Senator from Connecticut
Blanche Lincoln
Politician
30-Sep-1960   US Senator from Arkansas
Paul Magliocchetti
Criminal
c. 1946   Washington lobbyist, PMA Group
Mike McCurry
Government
21-Dec-1954   White House Press Secretary, 1994-98
Carola McGiffert
Government
?   Center for Strategic & International Studies
Mack McLarty
Government
14-Jun-1946   White House Chief of Staff, 1993-94
Halsey Minor
Business
6-Dec-1964   CNET founder
Jim Moran
Politician
16-May-1945   Congressman, Virginia 8th
Adam Smith
Politician
15-Jun-1965   Congressman, Washington 9th
Ellen Tauscher
Politician
15-Nov-1951   Former Congresswoman, California 10th


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