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Pioneer Profiles: George W. Bush's $100,000 Club
 
Name: Robert H. Whilden, Jr.
Occupation: General Counsel, BMC Software, Inc.
Industry: Electronics
Home: Houston, Texas

Political Contributions:
Bush Gubernatorial Races: 
 $3,500
Republican Hard Money: 
$5,000
Republican Soft Money: 
$0
Democratic Hard Money: 
$0
Democratic Soft Money: 
$0
Federal PAC Hard Money:
$2,999
Total Contributions:
 $11,499
Soft Money from Employer:
$0
to Republicans:
$0
to Democrats:
$0
Whilden worked 39 years at the corporate law firm Vinson & Elkins, where he started out defending insurance companies before moving into the firmís general corporate practice. Whilden was head of the firmís corporate securities section and nearing mandatory retirement in í99, when he switched horses to become general counsel for his former client, BMC Software. 


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