| Cleveland Dodge |
|Died||June 24, 1926 (Age 66)|
|Alma mater||Princeton University|
|Children|| • Cleveland E. Dodge|
• Bayard Dodge
• Elizabeth Dodge Huntington
|Parents|| • William Earl Dodge Jr|
• Sarah Hoadley
[[Description::The main donor to the US presidential campaign of Woodrow Wilson.]]
Cleveland H. Dodge was director of National City Bank, amongst others.
|Woodrow Wilson/Deep state control||“This Wall Street cabal, with the aid of New Jersey political bosses, pushed for Woodrow Wilson to become Governor of New Jersey in November, 1910.
Within a few months, Cleveland Dodge opened a bank account in New York and an office at 42 Broadway to boom Wilson into the Presidency. The campaign bank account was opened with a check for $1,000 from Cleveland Dodge. Dodge then provided funds to mail out the True American of Trenton, New Jersey to 40,000 subscribers throughout the United States, followed by a regular two pages a week of promotional material on Wilson For President.Two-thirds of Wilson's campaign funds for the presidency came from just seven individuals, all Wall Streeters and linked to the very trusts Wilson was publicly denouncing.”
- The Federal Reserve Conspiracy
- Ray Stannard Baker, The Life and Letters of Woodrow Wilson, VI, pp. 33-4.