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Top 10 CEO contributors
Executive Total*Contributions to RepubsContributions to DemsContributions to BushContributions to Kerry
Michael DellChairman, Dell Inc.$124,750$119,750$5,000$6,000$0
George PedersenCEO, ManTech Int'l. Inc.$87,000$40,500$46,500$2,000$0
Walter ZableChairman, president and CEO, Cubic Corp.$76,750$74,500$2,250$2,000$0
Ross Perot Jr.Chairman, Perot Systems Inc.$76,000$67,000$9,000$4,000$0
Nicholas ChabrajaChairman and CEO, General Dynamics Corp.$43,000$10,000$33,000$0$2,000
Richard NotebaertChairman and CEO, Qwest Communications Intl. Inc.$40,000$35,000$5,000$0$0
Jeffrey RichCEO, Affiliated Computer Services Inc.$31,540$27,540$4,000$0$0
David DormanChairman and CEO, AT&T Corp.$29,000$27,000$2,000$4,000$0
Gary ForseeChairman and CEO, Sprint Corp.$26,500$22,000$4,500$4,000$0
Michael JordanChairman and CEO, EDS Corp.$24,750$24,750$0$4,000$0
Total for all Top 100 companies$818,043$643,877$174,166$71,775$9,000
* Figures include contributions by spouses and immediate family.

Sources: The Center for Responsive Politics and Washington Technology

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