Senate Democrats' Party Time

Stone, Peter H.
July 2007
National Journal;7/14/2007, Vol. 39 Issue 28, p51
The article focuses on a party to be hosted by the U.S. Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee in honor of donors who have kicked in the maximum allowable annual contribution of $28,500. The event will take place in Nantucket Island, Massachusetts. Among the two dozen lobbyists expected to show are former Louisiana Senator John Breaux of Patton Boggs, John Merrigan of DLA Piper, Larry O'Brien of the OB-C Group, Rich Tarplin of Timmons & Co., and Sandi Stuart of Clark & Weinstock.


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