The Lobbyists' Bios

Reggie Bashur: Governmental relations and communications consultant; deputy executive assistant to Gov. George W. Bush; press secretary to Gov. Bill Clements; news reporter with Dix Newspapers of Ohio.

Cliff Johnson: Senior adviser to Bush; Texas water commissioner; legislative director for Clements; former state Rep.

Clayton Pope: Governmental consultant; Texas water commissioner; former state Rep.

Don Adams: Chief legal counsel to Gov. Dolph Briscoe; Baylor law school graduate; former state Rep.; member, Texas Industrial Commission.

Angelo P. Zotarelli: Legislative lobbyist since 1983; member, City Arts Commission; staff member under Lt. Gov. Bill Hobby.

Homero R. Lucero: On staff at the Adams and Zotarelli consulting firm.

Neal T. "Buddy" Jones: Legislative consultant since 1985; executive assistant to Texas House Speaker Gib Lewis; former state Rep.

Bill Miller: Austin political and media consultant since 1995; consultant, with his mother, on two winning national campaigns in Canada; aide to U.S. Congressman Robert J. Livingston; political analyst for KTBC-TV.

Carl S. Richie: attorney with Mayor, Day, Caldwell and Keeton; deputy chief of staff to Gov. Ann Richards; interim director, Texas Ethics Commission; assistant to Comptroller John Sharp.

Hugo Berlanga: This former state Rep. chaired the Elections Committee, Calendars Committee, and Mexican-American Caucus.

Karen R. Johnson: President, Entergy Texas; executive director, State Bar of Texas; member, Governor's Council of Texas; lobbyist with the firm of Akin, Gump, Strauss, Hauer and Feld.

Carl A. Parker: Former state Rep.; senior partner with firm of Parker and Parks, L.L.P.; general counsel for Bridge City Cablevision.

Froy Salinas: Staff of Comptroller of Public Accounts; special assistant to AG Jim Mattox; life insurance sales; typewriter/adding machine repairman.

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