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Who Really Represents Iowa?
Meet Your Member: Rep. Jim Leach (IA-02)
Source: Congressional Pictorial Directory, 109th Congress.
|LEACH, James Albert Smith, a Representative from Iowa; born in Davenport, Scott County, Iowa, October 15, 1942; attended the public schools of Davenport, Iowa; B.A., Princeton University, Princeton. N.J., 1964; M.A., School of Advanced International Studies of Johns Hopkins University, Washington, D.C., 1966; London School of Economics, 1966-1968; staff, United States Representative Donald Rumsfeld of Illinois, 1965-1966; foreign service officer, United States Department of State, 1968-1969; special assistant to director, Office of Economic Opportunity, 1969-1970; member, Delegation to Geneva Disarmament Conference and United Nations General Assembly, 1971-1972; business executive; United Nations Conference on Natural Resources, 1975; member, United States Advisory Commission on International Education and Cultural Affairs, 1975; director, Federal Home Loan Bank Board, 1975-1976; delegate, Iowa State Republican conventions 1974, 1976; elected as a Republican to the Ninety-fifth and to the fourteen succeeding Congresses (January 3, 1977-present); chair, Committee on Banking and Financial Services (One Hundred Fourth through One Hundred Sixth Congresses).
Source: Biographical Directory of the United States Congress, 2006.
|Summary data about Rep. Jim Leach|
|% of Vote Received in Last General Election*||58.92 %|
|Special Interest Money Ranking||433 out of 433|
|Contributions from Lobbyists Ranking||433 out of 433|
|Contributions from Out-of-State Ranking||433 out of 433|
|Contributions from Small Donors Ranking||407 out of 433|
|Contributions from PACs Ranking||433 out of 433|
|Total Contributions from Lobbyists, 2000-2005||$ 0|
|Contributions from Lobbyists Per Cycle (adjusted)‡||$ 0|
|Total Contributions from Out-of-State 2000 Cycle to Present||$ 1,482|
|% of Contributions from Out-of-State††||0.2 %|
|Contributions from Out-of-State Per Cycle (adjusted)‡||$ 379|
|Contributions from Small Donors||$ 1,136,921|
|Contributions from Small Donors Per Cycle (adjusted)‡||$ 280,415|
|% of Contributions from Small Donors||53.60 %|
|Contributions from PACs, 2000 Cycle to Present||$- 239|
|% of Total Contributions from PACs||0.0 %|
|Contributions from Business PACs Per Cycle (adjusted)‡†||$ 72|
|Contributions from Labor PACs Per Cycle (adjusted)‡†||$ 0|
|Contributions from PACs Per Cycle (adjusted)‡†||$ 64|