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Response to Auntie Bush (Reply #118)

Wed Mar 26, 2014, 09:15 PM

129. Has Mrs. Clinton come out against the 3rd way?

 

Note that the "Grand Bargain" is a Third Way idea.

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William D. “Bill” Budinger is the founder of Rodel, Inc., where he served for 33 years as its chairman and CEO. Rodel was instrumental in developing portions of the semiconductor manufacturing process and is currently the global leader in high-precision planarization technology for semiconductors, silicon wafers, and storage media substrates. Rodel grew from its origin in a garage to a major manufacturing company with plants in Delaware, Arizona, Germany, Japan, Taiwan, France and Malaysia serving both U.S. and foreign markets. It was a privately-held company until it joined Rohm and Haas’ Shipley Electronics Group in 1997 – 2001, and is now part of Dow. Mr. Budinger is also an inventor and the holder of more than three dozen patents.

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Derek Kaufman is Head of Global Fixed Income at Citadel LLC and a member of Citadel’s Portfolio Committee.

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Peter B. Lewis, born November 11, 1933 in Cleveland, Ohio, is the non-executive Chairman of Progressive Corporation, of which he acquired control in 1965 in an early leveraged buyout. At that time, the small insurance company with $6 million in revenues specialized in insuring those drivers who had difficulty finding auto insurance. For 45 years since, 35 as CEO, Lewis has overseen the transformation of the 100 employee company into a full-line auto insurer with 26,000 employees and annual sales of $14 billion. Today Progressive is the nation’s fourth largest auto insurer.

Mr. Marshall is a partner at Bingham McCutchen LLP, and a Principal of Bingham Consulting Group. Mr. Marshall counsels and devises strategies for advancing clients’ interests before Congress, the executive branch and independent regulatory agencies. He provides guidance regarding ethics compliance and corporate governance. He has developed legislative and regulatory strategies for clients involved in corporate mergers, professional and amateur sports, commercial aviation, utility and banking regulation, and legal process reforms.

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Ms. McCue served as the Chief of Staff for U.S. Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV) from 1998–2006 where she built and managed his leadership, policy and political operations. In 2004, The Almanac of the Unelected said Ms. McCue “can be found at the center of nearly every major debate and agreement in the Senate.” She also oversaw Reid’s leadership and Nevada races. When he was elected Democratic Leader in 2004, she created a cutting-edge communications operation that successfully brought together House and Senate caucuses along with interest groups across the country. She was a key strategist in the historic 2006 mid-term elections for Democrats and has helped shape many winning campaigns for progressives.

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Mrs. Vogelstein is a 1976 graduate of Vassar College, with an Bachelor’s degree in Economics, and a Chartered Financial Analyst.


Mr. Zimlich is the Chief Executive Officer of Bohemian Companies, a group of family-owned real estate and private equity holdings. Previously, Mr. Zimlich served as a manager in mergers and acquisitions, and as a specialist in the not-for-profit and banking industries, at an international accounting firm. He has also worked at the director level for Fortune 500 companies, in the technology and food products industries. Additionally, he has served at the executive level for privately held companies in the technology industry, as well as for a number of start-up businesses.

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