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Pioneer Profiles: George W. Bush's $100,000 Club
 
Name: Ronald P. Spogli
Occupation: Owner, Freeman Spogli & Co
Industry: Finance
Home: Los Angeles, California

Political Contributions:
Bush Gubernatorial Races: 
 $20,000
Republican Hard Money: 
$35,000
Republican Soft Money: 
$50,000
Democratic Hard Money: 
$1,000
Democratic Soft Money: 
$0
Federal PAC Hard Money:
$0
Total Contributions:
 $106,000
Soft Money from Employer:
$25,000
to Republicans:
$25,000
to Democrats:
$0
Spogli attended Harvard Business School with Bush. He later formed an investment banking firm in the 80s with Pioneer Brad Freeman and current Los Angeles Mayor Richard Riordan in the 80s. Riordan split up with the other two partners in 88, when they decided to specialize in big leveraged buyouts worth more than $100 million. Freeman Spogli recently announced plans to expand into venture capital deals. 


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