Records show Moskow donated money to Bush fund

US - Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago President Michael Moskow donated $2,000, the maximum allowable, to President George W. Bush's election campaign, according to Federal Election Committee records.

Moskow gave $1,000 to Bush's primary campaign and $1,000 to his general election campaign. He also gave $2,900 in five separate donations to the Republican National Committee during the 1999-2000 election cycle, FEC records show. Moskow has contributed $6,200 to Republican candidates since joining the

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