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He is most noted as a campaign bundler for the Republican Party.
A few, however, acknowledged that there were other benefits to being a "bundler," as the fund-raisers are known.
At six businesses the employees collectively gave more than $100,000, and each of the six had a top executive on the bundler list.
Current campaign laws require only the disclosure of individual contributions, including those in bundles, not the role played by the bundler.
A controversial addition is the incorporation of a system called Bundler to manage project dependencies.
The bundler often enjoys prominence in the campaign and can gain access to the candidate to make a plea for his or her special interest.
He was once nicknamed the Brooklyn Bundler for his ability to round up contributions, one news report said.
Underlying all this activity is a drive to be the better bundler, and the recent experience of Cox Communications shows why.
The advantage for the bundler is that the big donation is likely to get more attention from a candidate than many smaller donations.
Jones is now state director for federal residential-mortgage bundler Freddie Mac.
Bundler A person who gathers ("bundles") campaign contributions to a candidate from his or her network of friends and business associates.
For instance, a person who solicits a contribution but does not actually deliver it need not be counted as a bundler.
Q. A bundler is a person who collects contributions from others, tries to put them together and make a lot of one-thousands into a large contribution.
In addition, Nemazee was a bundler for the 2009 Presidential Inaugural Committee.
Brinker was a bundler for George W. Bush.
Use of bundler.
He subsequently quit to look after his aging mother, who later died, after which he returned to work as a paper bundler for the local newspaper.
Hochberg was a bundler of contributions for the Obama campaign; some bundlers collected $500,000 for the campaign.
Bundler can refer to:
Anyone who kicked the snowman from its perch on a manhole cover through a yellow Christmas tree bundler would win a $10 pine wreath.
Mr. Strasburg: "It enhances the bundler's position, the role in dealing with the political power base.
Dubbed "the Brooklyn Bundler," he had a reputation as someone who had access not only to elected officials but to several government agencies as well.
Also a top bundler was Howard J. Rubenstein, a public relations executive who has long backed Democratic candidates.
Josh Peek, a developer at 37signals and a Rails core contributor, feels that Bundler is taking the wrong tack.
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