George W. Bush-Campaign Organization, Connecticut
Bush-Cheney '04, Inc. Connecticut Leadership
Craig Stapleton - U.S.
ambassador to the Czech Republic, Aug. 2001 to Jan. 2004. Previously
president of Marsh and McLennan Real Estate Advisors, Inc. in New York
City since 1982. Partner with Bush in the Texas Rangers baseball
team. Served on the Board of the Peace Corps under President George
H.W. Bush. Married to President George W. Bush’s cousin, Dorothy.
formally announced June 7, 2004
Thomas Foley - Previously
served as director of private sector development for the Coalition Provisional
Authority in Iraq, appointed Aug. 2003. Chairman of T.B. Woods Corp.
Founder of the leveraged buyout firm NTC Group, 1985. Worked at Citicorp
Venture Capital. According to news accounts Foley was a Harvard Business
School classmate of Bush. 1971 graduate of Phillips Andover Academy.
(Gov. John Rowland had been
the State Chair but stepped down in May 2004 due to the scandal).
State chair of Connecticut Students for
Bush - Erik Rapprich, Connecticut College
as political director on Gov. Rowland's 2002 re-election campaign.
J.D., University of Connecticut School of Law and M.B.A., in Finance, University
of Connecticut School of Business, 2003. B.A., University of Connecticut,
||Sarah Beth Luce
Connecticut Republican Party
Partner in the law firm of Cooney,
Scully & Dowling in Hartford. J.D. from Western New England College,
1981. B.A. from University of Massachusetts, 1978.
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Eric M. Appleman/Democracy in Action