Earl W. Stafford
Address: Lives and/or works in
Areas of interest:
politics & government
Politics: Stafford is a contributor to Democratic committees and campaigns.
College: Stafford received a bachelors degree in business from the University of Massachusetts and an MBA from Southern Illinois University.
Personal social network: Much of Stafford's Muckety comes from business connections.
Earl W. Stafford personal relations:
Amanda Stafford - spouse
Earl W. Stafford Jr. - son
Other current Earl W. Stafford relationships:
Apollo Theater Foundation - director
Morehouse College - trustee
National Museum of African American History and Culture - council member
National Symphony Orchestra - director
Stafford Foundation - founder
The Butler - executive producer
Universal Systems and Technology - chairman & CEO
Washington Capitals - co-owner
Wentworth Group LLC - CEO
Earl W. Stafford past relationships:
2012 Barack Obama presidential campaign - fundraiser
2013 Barack Obama inaugural committee - contributor
Business Executives for National Security - director
U.S. Air Force - air traffic controller
Venture Philanthropy Partners - director
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Earl W. Stafford campaign contributions:
Listed below are federal donations of $3,000+ reported to the FEC.
Black Men Vote - $100,000 on 10/4/2012
Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee - $10,000 on 5/18/2012
Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee - $-5,800 on 5/18/2012
Obama Victory Fund 2012 - $30,800 on 1/16/2012
Swing State Victory Fund - $5,000 on 1/16/2012
Obama Victory Fund 2012 - $10,000 on 6/22/2011
Obama Victory Fund 2012 - $10,000 on 6/16/2011
Obama Victory Fund 2012 - $35,800 on 5/11/2011
Democratic National Committee - $15,000 on 2/3/2010
Contributions to misc. political organizations:
Barack Obama inauguration - $50,000
Muckety news stories featuring Earl W. Stafford
The Butler reached movie screens this week not because a Hollywood studio saw its potential, but because a group of wealthy individuals did.
August 17, 2013
Historians still talk about the regular folks who tracked mud all over the White House at Andrew Jackson's inauguration. There is not likely to be any of that at the three-day People's Inaugural planned by Earl W. Stafford.
December 7, 2008