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Who Really Represents Nebraska?
Meet Your Member: Sen. Chuck Hagel (NE)
Source: Congressional Pictorial Directory, 109th Congress.
|HAGEL, Charles Timothy (Chuck), a Senator from Nebraska; born in North Platte, Nebraska, October 4, 1946; graduated from St. Bonaventure High School, Columbus, Neb.; graduated from the Brown Institute for Radio and Television, Minneapolis, MN, 1966; graduated from University of Nebraska, Omaha, 1971; served in the U.S. Army infantry, attaining the rank of Sergeant E-5, 1967-1968, and serving in Vietnam in 1968; newscaster and talk show host in Omaha 1969-1971; administrative assistant to Representative John Y. McCollister (R-Neb.) 1971-1977; manager of government affairs for Firestone Tire & Rubber Company, Washington, D.C. 1977-1980; deputy administrator, United States Veterans Administration, 1981-1982; investment banker and business executive in Washington and Omaha; deputy director and chief executive officer of the Economic Summit of Industrialized Nations (G-7) in 1990; elected as a Republican to the United States Senate in 1996; reelected in 2002 for the term ending January 3, 2009.
Source: Biographical Directory of the United States Congress, 2006.
|Summary data about Sen. Chuck Hagel|
|% of Vote Received in Last General Election*||82.76 %|
|Special Interest Money Ranking||20 out of 100|
|Contributions from Lobbyists Ranking||44 out of 90|
|Contributions from Out-of-State Ranking||55 out of 100|
|Contributions from Small Donors Ranking||4 out of 100|
|Contributions from PACs Ranking||37 out of 100|
|Total Contributions from Lobbyists, 2000-2005||$ 197,683|
|Contributions from Lobbyists Per Cycle (adjusted)‡||$ 69,767|
|Total Contributions from Out-of-State 2000 Cycle to Present||$ 1,415,166|
|% of Contributions from Out-of-State††||50.50 %|
|Contributions from Out-of-State Per Cycle (adjusted)‡||$ 479,657|
|Contributions from Small Donors||$ 210,969|
|Contributions from Small Donors Per Cycle (adjusted)‡||$ 73,397|
|% of Contributions from Small Donors||7.0 %|
|Contributions from PACs, 2000 Cycle to Present||$ 1,991,803|
|% of Total Contributions from PACs||37.60 %|
|Contributions from Business PACs Per Cycle (adjusted)‡||$ 674,510|
|Contributions from Labor PACs Per Cycle (adjusted)‡||$ 18,437|
|Contributions from PACs Per Cycle (adjusted)‡||$ 695,938|