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Pioneer Profiles: George W. Bush's $100,000 Club
Name: Jim Click
Occupation: Owner, Jim Click Automotive Group
Industry: Transportation
Home: Tucson, Arizona

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Jim Click Automotive is one of the nation’s largest auto dealer companies, controlling 15 dealerships. Click is a huge source of GOP soft money. He says he learned both cars and politics from his late granduncle Holmes Tuttle, an archconservative car dealer who convinced Ronald Reagan to enter politics. Click flushed $25,000 down the toilet in the mid ‘80s, when Bush convinced him to invest in one of his infamous oil deals. He also got an award in ’98 from President Clinton's Committee on Employment of People with Disabilities—which was chaired by Gore’s campaign chief, Tony Coelho.

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