Area business leaders give big

Ford, Tom
November 1998
Crain's Cleveland Business;11/02/98, Vol. 19 Issue 44, p3
Cites the political campaign contributions of Cleveland, Ohio-area business leaders in 1998. Philosophies involved when business executives give money to political campaigns, according to Charles McConville of the Ohio Chamber of Commerce; Contribution limit under the election finance reforms; Big-name contributors to Republican gubernatorial candidate Bob Taft and other candidates.


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