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Pioneer Profiles: George W. Bush's $100,000 Club
Name: Peter Terpeluk, Jr.
Occupation: Managing Director, American Continental Group
Industry: Lawyers & Lobbyists
Home: Chevy Chase, Maryland

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Terpeluk worked in the Small Business Administration for the Reagan administration. He ran his own lobby firm, Terpeluk & Associates, before joining Pioneer David Metzner at American Continental in ’94. American’s client list includes gambling, medical, hi-tech and other special interests, including India’s government. Terpeluk was President Bush’s campaign finance chair in ’92. He and Pioneer Wayne Berman are finance co-chairs of the Republican Governors Association. Berman made $500,000 off his close ties ex-Connecticut Treasurer Paul Silvester, who was convicted in ‘99 for taking kickbacks for investing state pension funds with private investment managers. Terpeluk was a big donor to Silvester’s campaign.

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