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  1. 1. F~RP1S L05 2 Page 1 of 490 RECORD TYPE: FEDERAL (NOTES NAIL) CREATOR:President of CEI <pres~cei.org> (President of CEI <pres(~cei.org> [UNKNOWN CREATION DATE/TIME:23-APR-2003 13:44:09.00 SUBJECT:: CEI's Ninth Annual Reception and Dinner TO:Kenneth L. Peel ( CN=Kenneth L. Peel/OU=CEQ/O=EOP@EOP CEQ READ :UNKNOWN TEXT: The Board of Directors of the The Competitive Enterprise Institute cordially invite you* to attend its Ninth Annual Reception and Dinner With the keynote address given by House Majority Leader The Honorable Tom DeLay May 20, 2003 Reception - 6:00 pm Dinner and Program - 7:00 pm The Capital Hilton Hotel Washington, DC Please RSVP to RSVP~cei.org or fill out the attached reply card and send it to: CEI Dinner 1001 Connecticut Avenue, NW, Suite 1250 Washington, DC 20036 *This invitation is complimentary and non-transferable Phone: (202) 331-1010 Fax: (202) 331-0640 «<Dinner invite-2003.pdf> «<Dinner reply card-comp.pdf»> -Dinner invite-2003.pdf -Dinner reply card-comp.pdf=-==========ATTACHMEN file:/ID;search_7_11 05 ceq_ 10605_f_869uffl03_ceq.txt 9/29/2005
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  4. 4. Host Committee Thomas H. Altmeyer, Arch Coal Company Barbara Bankoff Brenda Blanchard, Novartis Josephine S. Cooper, Alliance of Automobile Manufacturers Deborah Dingell, General Motors Foundation William A. Dunn, Dunn Capital Management Scott Fallon, BEA Systerns Michael S. Greve, American Enterprise Institute Timothy N. Hyde. DCI Group Jack Krumhol tz, Microsoft Corporation Edward Kutler, Clark & Weinstock Leonard Lliggio, Atlas Economic Research Foundation Thomas Gale Moore. Hoover Institution Lisa B. Nelson, AOL Time Warner William O'Keefe, Solutions Consulting Gerald Prout, FMC Corporation Patricia Richards, Marathon Oil Corporation William K. Ris, Amerijan Airlines Frances B. Smith, Consumer Aleri. Fred L. Smith, Jr., Competitive Enterprise Institute Wayne Valis. Vais Associates Todd A. Walker, UST Public Affairs Catherine B3. Windlels, Pfizer Inc.
  5. 5. You are cordially invited to attend The Competitive Enterprise Institute's Ninth Annual Reception and Dinner Celebrating the 2003 Julian Simon Award and Warren T. Brookes Fellowship With Keynote Address by House Majority Leader The Honorable Tom DeLay Tuesday, May 20, 2003 6:00 - 10:00 p.m. The Capital Hilton_ 1001 Sixteenth Street, NW Washington, D.C. Business Attire Cocktail Reception 6:00 p.m. Please Respond by May 15, 2003 Dinner and Program 7:00 p.m. Reply Card Enclosed
  6. 6. The Honorable Tom DeLay rom DeLay serves as House Majority Leader in the 108th T Congress. Following the historic Republican victory of 1994, DeLay was elected House Majority Whip. Widely credited with revolutionizing the office, DeLay regularly overcame the limitations imposed by extremely modest majorities in the 106th and 107th Congresses to deliver victory after victory for House Republicans, including the Contract with America, Normal Trade Relations with China, Welfare Reform, Trade Promotion Authority, the Balanced Budget Act, and all the key elements of the Bush Agenda, including the largest tax relief measure in a generation. Before his election as Majority Whip, DeLay served as Chairman of the Republican Study Committee, Republican Conference Secretary, and Deputy Whip. A native Texan, Tom DeLay was born along the banks of the Rio Grande River in the historic border city of Laredo on April 8, 1947. His father's career in the oil and gas industry required several job postings to Venezuela's rural interior, where the DeLay family lived through the turbulence of three revolutions-an experience that DeLay cites as the source of his lifelong "passion for freedom." After starting his education at Baylor University, DeLay graduated from the University of Houston with a degree in Biology in 1970. Shortly afterward, he opened and operated a successful small business in Houston. The demands of running his business convinced DeLay that the primary impediment to economic growth stemmed from the twin burdens of excessive taxation and unneeded regulation. The need to lower these burdens sparked his involvement in the political process. In 1978, DeLay ran for-and won-an open Texas State House seat that had never before been held by a Republican. After serving in Austin for six years, DeLay became the first Republican in Fort Bend County ever elected to the United States Congress. Since 1984, DeLay has represented the 22nd District of Texas, which includes Brazoria, Fort Bend, and Harris Counties. Over the course of his congressional career, DeLay has built a voting record that consistently supports limited, constitutional government, peace through strength, and lower taxes, while respecting the sanctity of life. Tom and Christine DeLay have a daughter, Danielle, and became grandparents last August.
  7. 7. ___________________ &~os Ninth Annual Reception and Dinner Tuesday, May 20, 2003 ___$25,000 Platinum Sponsor, ~kets to Dinner, 10 Invitations to VIP1 ___ 100 ?iF~I 4auto inner. 810,00% ket~ ner, 2 itti IP __ $2_ s5t] io and Dinner ____I cannot atten ~ticoc smy contribution for $____ Name Affiliation______________________ Address City State Zip~ Phone _________Fax__________ Email_________ Check enclosed for $_ _ _ __ _ _ (payable to Competitive Enterprise Institute) VISA__ MasterCard__ Credit Card #__________________ Expiration Date_______ Signature ~wwicei.org (202)331-1010 A
  8. 8. Ninth Annual Reception and Dinner Tuesday, May 20, 2003 Guests For security purposes, GEL must be supplied with the complete name of each guest no later than May 15th. N am e _ __ _ __ _ __ _ __ _ __ _ __ _ __ _ _ __ _ __ _ __ _ __ _ __ _ __ _ __ Name N ame _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ Name Name Name N ame _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ Name Name Name

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