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Who Really Represents California?
Meet Your Member: Rep. Dan Lungren (CA-03)
Source: Congressional Pictorial Directory, 109th Congress.
|LUNGREN, Daniel Edward, a Representative from California; born in Long Beach, Los Angeles County, Calif., September 22, 1946; attended St. Barnabas School, Long Beach, 1960; graduated from St. Anthony High School, Long Beach, 1964; A.B., Notre Dame University, South Bend, Ind., 1968; attended University of Southern California Law Center, Los Angeles, 1968-1969; J.D., Georgetown University Law Center, Washington, D.C., 1971; admitted to the California bar in 1972; lawyer, private practice; staff for United States Senators George Murphy, California and Bill Brock, Tennessee; delegate, California State Republican conventions, 1974-1979; cochairman, National Congressional Council, 1977-1978; elected as a Republican to the Ninety-sixth and to the four succeeding Congresses (January 3, 1979-January 3, 1989); was not a candidate for renomination in 1988 to the One Hundred First Congress; elected California State attorney general in 1990 for the four-year term beginning in January 1991 and reelected in 1994; unsuccessful candidate for governor in 1998; elected as a Republican to the One Hundred Ninth Congress (January 3, 2005-present).
Source: Biographical Directory of the United States Congress, 2006.
|Summary data about Rep. Dan Lungren|
|% of Vote Received in Last General Election*||61.91 %|
|Special Interest Money Ranking||288 out of 433|
|Contributions from Lobbyists Ranking||260 out of 433|
|Contributions from Out-of-State Ranking||180 out of 433|
|Contributions from Small Donors Ranking||297 out of 433|
|Contributions from PACs Ranking||295 out of 433|
|Total Contributions from Lobbyists, 2000-2005||$ 20,250|
|Contributions from Lobbyists Per Cycle (adjusted)‡||$ 11,239|
|Total Privately Funded Travel†||$ 1 to $ 10,000|
|Yrs of Service||0.5|
|Privately Funded Travel (with years-of-service multiplier)**||$ 20,001 to $ 30,000|
|Total Contributions from Out-of-State 2000 Cycle to Present||$ 189,010|
|% of Contributions from Out-of-State††||14.10 %|
|Contributions from Out-of-State Per Cycle (adjusted)‡||$ 86,419|
|Contributions from Small Donors||$ 977,748|
|Contributions from Small Donors Per Cycle (adjusted)‡||$ 427,904|
|% of Contributions from Small Donors||42.20 %|
|Contributions from PACs, 2000 Cycle to Present||$ 579,282|
|% of Total Contributions from PACs||27.60 %|
|Contributions from Business PACs Per Cycle (adjusted)‡||$ 263,012|
|Contributions from Labor PACs Per Cycle (adjusted)‡||$ 1,238|
|Contributions from PACs Per Cycle (adjusted)‡||$ 269,301|