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Pioneer Profiles: George W. Bush's $100,000 Club
 
Name: Patrick M. Nesbitt
Occupation: Chair, Windsor Capital Group
Industry: Real Estate
Home: Los Angeles, California

Political Contributions:
Bush Gubernatorial Races: 
 $0
Republican Hard Money: 
$36,000
Republican Soft Money: 
$125,000
Democratic Hard Money: 
$0
Democratic Soft Money: 
$0
Federal PAC Hard Money:
$0
Total Contributions:
 $161,000
Soft Money from Employer:
$25,000
to Republicans:
$25,000
to Democrats:
$0
Nesbitt started out doing market research and site location for fast-food chains. He started in the real estate business by buying The Continent: a 60-acre, mixed-use development in Columbus, Ohio. Today, Nesbitt owns hotels and provides consulting services to this industry. He is the nationís largest private owner of Embassy Suites Hotels. Windsor also acquires shopping centers, apartment projects, and multi-use commercial properties. Like Pioneer Norman Brinker, Nesbitt is a polo fanatic. He owns an ocean-view polo ranch in Santa Barbara, complete with stables, a waterfall and 25,000 square feet of residential space. 


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