Jon graduated from Colorado College and University
of Colorado Law School. After
working for the Office of Economic Opportunity in the San
Luis Valley, he started three
restaurants and a manufacturing business before committing
to his passion, architecture
and planning. The father of four, he lives in Colorado.
In his spare time he writes songs,
sings, kayaks and skis.
Larry graduated from Harvard University where he continued
his musical career as a
guitarist in a rock and roll band, the Dielectrics.
He is a constitutional law scholar and
is semi-retired as a teacher. He and his wife divide
their time between Connecticut and
Mexico. He enjoys tennis, playing his guitar, traveling,
and being with his children.
John reputedly continues to strum when not campaigning.
After graduating from Yale
University, he entered the Navy and served in a gunboat
in Vietnam. On return he
challenged the precepts of the war, testifying before
the Senate Foreign Relations
Committee at age 27. After graduating from Boston College
Law School, he entered
politics in Massachusetts and has been the U.S. Senator
from that state since 1984. He
is currently the 2004 Democratic Presidential candidate.
He and his wife and their children
have an impressive variety of athletic and cultural
interests which they fit in and around
John's busy campaign schedule.
Peter graduated from Harvard in 1968 and University
of Cincinnati Medical School in
1977. Now semi-retired as an emergency room physician,
he and his wife live in western
Massachusetts, where they make award-winning maple
syrup from sugar trees.
Jack continues to play and perform as a New Orleans
ragtime piano player. A former Navy and newspaperman,
he and his family make their home on the Massachusetts
Andy graduated from Yale University and Columbia University
Business School. After a successful career at First
Boston Corporation as a municipal bond trader he and
his wife moved to Rhode Island, where he is involved
in real estate management ...that is when he isn't
fishing for striped bass.