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Rep. Artur Davis

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Birthdate: b. 10/09/1967
Birthplace: Montgomery, AL
District: represents AL-07
Political Party: Democratic
Religion: Lutheran
Education: JD, Harvard Law School, 1993 BA, Government, Harvard University, 1990.
Last elected in 2006, unopposed.
Biographical information from Project Vote Smart, Wikipedia. Photo from Congressional Biographical Directory.

Money

Raised $1,176,123 (#130)
Spent 49% (#452)
From self 0% (#34)
From individuals 40% (#387)
From PACs 60% (#110)
PAC = Political Action Committees. Money data from the FECfor the 200X cycle.

Earmarks

Requested 18 (#343)
Total cost $72,168,046 (#177)
Received 17 (#341)
Total cost $43,687,000 (#190)
Data for fiscal year 2008 from Taxpayers for Common Sense.

Voting Analysis

Ideology 29% left-wing (#246)
Predictable 97% (#139)
Data and terminology from VoteView. Unpredictable measures how often members vote against their party.

Speeches

Spoke 3 times (#357)
Avg. length 641 words (#402)
Data for 110th Congress from GovTrack.

Bills

Co-sponsored 639 (#377)
Introduced 28 (#395)
Debated 0 (#529)
Enacted 0 (#469)
Data from GovTrack.

Interest Group Alignment

Interest Group Alignment compares a politician’s votes to positions taken by interest groups. [ more ]
GroupAgreement
NAACP 100% (7/7 votes)
American Nurses Association 100% (5/5 votes)
National Association of Realtors 100% (8/8 votes)
AFL-CIO 92% (12/13 votes)
International Brotherhood of Teamsters 85% (6/7 votes)
Mortgage Bankers Association 83% (5/6 votes)
National Association for the Advancement of Colored People 83% (5/6 votes)
Friends Committee on National Legislation 80% (4/5 votes)
Public Citizen 80% (8/10 votes)
National Association of Home Builders 71% (5/7 votes)
American Civil Liberties Union 60% (3/5 votes)
National Retail Federation 20% (1/5 votes)
US Chamber of Commerce 16% (1/6 votes)
U.S. Chamber of Commerce 14% (2/14 votes)
More interest groups →
Data from Maplight.org , for the 11Xth Congress.

Top Contributors

Individuals reporting the same zip code who have donated to a lawmaker's political campaign. Use with caution: based on raw FEC data.
1 T. Michael Mr. Goodrich $8,000 from May 1, 2001 to April 17, 2006
2 F. Dixon Mr. Brooke $8,000 from June 9, 2003 to April 12, 2006
3 Richard Mr. Brockman $7,000 from July 11, 2002 to April 24, 2006
4 Harold Mr. Abroms $7,000 from December 29, 2001 to February 13, 2006
5 Larry Morris $6,100 from August 2, 2004 to February 20, 2007
More contributors →
Source: FEC data from the 1980 to 2000 election cycles.

Top Contributor Employers

Campaigns disclose the employers of their contributors; this list aggregates them. Use with caution: this list is based on raw FEC data
1 Self $190,734
2 Maynard Cooper And Gale $38,450
3 Bek $17,250
4 Mcwane $14,450
5 Retired $12,852
More contributors →
Source: FEC data from the 1980 to 2000 election cycles.

Top Lobby Contributors

New rules require lobbyists to disclose their giving, and giving by the PACs they control. Use with caution: This data compiled from raw filings
1 Mr. David L. Pringle - Aflac Incorporated $5,000
2 Shane Downey - National Business Travel Association $5,000
3 Mr. Keith Gray - Alabama Farmers Federation $5,000
4 George Nichols - New York Life Insurance Company $5,000
5 Mr. Daniel F. C. Crowley - Investment Company Institute $5,000
More lobby contributors →
Source: Senate Office of Public Records LD-203 disclosure database; data from 2008.
Some campaign finance information from Open Secrets.


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