Jack Oliver

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Jack Oliver was "appointed Deputy Chairman of the Republican National Committee (RNC) by Governor James S. Gilmore III on January 18, 2001. He will serve as the political strategist and chief operating officer for the Republican National Committee."[1]

According to his RNC biography, "Jack Oliver was the National Finance Director for Governor George Walker Bush's presidential campaign. Under this position, Jack led the campaign to break all presidential fundraising records, including raising $37 million in 120 days and a total of $99 million.

"Born January 25, 1969, Jack grew up in Cape Girardeau and St. Louis, Missouri. He received his bachelor's degree in political science from Vanderbilt University and a law degree from The University of Missouri-Columbia.

"Jack Oliver has served in various political, financial, and managerial roles in campaigns as well as the offices of Senator Jack Danforth, Senator Kit Bond, Senator John Ashcroft, Congressman Jim Talent, Congressman Bill Emerson, and the Missouri Republican Party."

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