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reporter seeks info from aspen clients
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Re: reporter seeks info from aspen clients
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Re: reporter seeks info from aspen clients
« Reply #2 on: September 05, 2011, 12:54:29 PM »
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I am personally interested in any news articles directly quoting Romney on Apsen Ed...things he's said about these programs.

Romney owns most of Bain, which owns Aspen...

I wonder if Rick Perry also has program ties...

sembler, litchfield, Romney, Santorum...who else?
Well, if you're asking about politicians who have program ties, the late Sen. Edmund Muskie (former governor of Maine [1955-59], Democratic nominee for Vice President [1968], and candidate for the Democratic nomination for President [1972]) had extremely close ties to Hyde School, and even helped facilitate its founding in the mid 1960s. Iirc, Muskie was also a Hyde trustee for many years.

George Mitchell is the current pol on tap.

...Of course, there's always Ed Legg.
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Re: reporter seeks info from aspen clients
« Reply #3 on: February 01, 2012, 04:39:05 PM »
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Quote from: "dragonfly"
I am personally interested in any news articles directly quoting Romney on Apsen Ed...things he's said about these programs.

Romney owns most of Bain, which owns Aspen...

I wonder if Rick Perry also has program ties...

sembler, litchfield, Romney, Santorum...who else?
Well, if you're asking about politicians who have program ties, the late Sen. Edmund Muskie (former governor of Maine [1955-59], Democratic nominee for Vice President [1968], and candidate for the Democratic nomination for President [1972]) had extremely close ties to Hyde School, and even helped facilitate its founding in the mid 1960s. Iirc, Muskie was also a Hyde trustee for many years.

George Mitchell is the current pol on tap.

...Of course, there's always Ed Legg.

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