Harold Hamm & Mitt Romney

Harold Hamm (born December 11, 1945) is an American oilman who was ranked in the March 2012 issue of Forbes as the 30th richest person in America and 76th richest person in the world, with a net worth of $11 billion. Willard Mitt Romney (born March 12, 1947) is an American businessman who was the Republican Party's nominee for President of the United States in the 2012 election. 5.0/5

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I'm typically not one to share my political views publicly- however this was a great experience that I thought some of you may like to hear. On Sunday afternoon, I received a call from Mitt Romney's close friend and campaign director. The next thing I know I am in NYC talking in front of 1000 peop le on stage with Charles Schwab, Jimmy John Liautaud (founded Jimmy John Sandwiches), Scott McNealy (founded Sun Microsystems) and Harold Hamm(one of the wealthiest men in America). We were on a panel led by Secretary Carlos Gutierez talking about what it's like to run a business and job creation in today's economy with increasing taxes and govenment regulation. I was the obvious only "small business" on stage (not intimidated at all (LOL), but was able to talk about how it is today in comparison to when the others built their businesses back in the day. I also got to hear from Donald Trump, Ann Romney, the Romney boys, Paul Ryan, Marco Rubio, Rudy Giuliani, Dennis Miller and so many more. Was an experience of a ...
Harold Hamm, CEO of the oil company Continental Resources, has given $985,000 to Restore Our Future, the pro-Mitt Romney super PAC.
Submitted by Kurt Walters on Wed, 08/22/2012 - 16:24 “Mitt Romney returned to Texas oil country Tuesday to fuel his campaign coffers with nearly $7 million raised in just one day, largely with money from top energy industry executives,” according to a report from NBC news yesterday. At the fundraiser in Houston, while sharing a dais with ExxonMobil CEO Rex Tillerson and oil billionaire Harold Hamm, Romney began to talk about the fossil fuel-focused energy plan he will be releasing soon, but then stopped short of explaining the plan because, as the Huffington Post reported, “I know that we have members of the media here right now, so I’m not going to go through that in great detail.”
Video on msnbc.com: Harold Hamm is an oil tycoon and Mitt Romney's energy advisor. He's also spent nearly $1 million dollars on the effort to defeat President Obama, thanks to the Supreme Court's Citizens' United ruling. Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., talks with Ed Schultz about the effect of limitless...
The full force of Citizens United is starting to take shape. Mitt Romney’s energy advisor, oil tycoon Harold Hamm, will be able to spend limitless amounts of money to buy politicians who will deregulate the industry.
Tomorrow, Harold Hamm -- the billionaire oil executive currently serving as Mitt Romney's top energy advisor -- will testify before the Senate Finance Committee. Hamm, the 78th richest person in the world according to Forbes, has continually defended the billions...
Now you know who is running the show in the North Dakota oil fields. WASHINGTON (AP) - Oklahoma oil billionaire Harold Hamm didn't wait long to give almost $1 million to a group supporting Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney after he became Romney's top energy adviser in March. Campaign reports show that just weeks after joining the Romney campaign, Hamm gave $985,000 to a pro-Romney super PAC. Hamm's company, Continental Resources Inc., oversees oilfield stakes in North Dakota and Montana. Hamm has been disdainful of President Barack Obama's energy policies. On his website, Hamm complains that the Obama administration has "done everything in their power to stop fossil fuel usage." Hamm matched his contributions with his role personally advising Romney on energy policy, blurring the line between the campaign and the super PACs that support them but are legally barred from coordinating with candidates.
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