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I started wondering just who are these USA Next people, after reading their connection to voting machines in Ohio on another thread.

Here's a little bio of Charles W. Jarvis from their own website.

"Charlie is a businessman who served as a senior executive in the administrations of Presidents Ronald Reagan and George H. W. Bush, including Deputy Undersecretary of the Interior..."

He also served as Executive Vice President of Focus on the Family in Colorado...."

It goes on to say that he is "corporate executive in a Fortune 100 company and as Vice President and the Chief Operating Officer of a national legal corporation."

Funny, it doesn't mention what Fortune 100 company or what legal corporation?

Interestingly a search led me to McLaughlin and Associates law firm, one of whose clients(other than two thirds of the Republican party) is United Seniors Association, with which Jarvis is affiliated.

Their website's front page prominently features information on social security.

No mention of what "companies" he is affiliated with that I have been able to find yet.

Also, there seems to be a strange lack of information on CEO William Brindley when googled in affiliation with USANExt.  I read on another thread of his affiliation with election voting machines in Ohio as well.

I'm posting this diary as a place to collect more information on these two as you Kossers so like to do.

Originally posted to Carolyn on Tue Feb 22, 2005 at 05:12 AM PST.

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