Representative Chaka Fattah

Representative for Pennsylvania's 2nd congressional district, Democrat

Top Industries
#IndustryYr AmountCareer Amount
1Lawyers/Law Firms$44,753$693,551
2Public Sector Unions$34,500$383,125
4Building Trade Unions$30,000$316,250
5Defense Aerospace$23,500$62,000
6Pharmaceuticals/Health Products$17,000$65,050
7Industrial Unions$16,000$181,500
8Misc Business$11,700$11,700
10Real Estate$9,800$220,022
14Telephone Utilities$8,000$50,100
Top Donors 2014
#DonorYr AmountCareer Amount
1Comcast Corp$19,500$92,400
2Parker McCay$10,400$10,400
3Sheet Metal Workers Union$10,000$71,000
4Intl Brotherhood of Electrical Workers$10,000$48,900
5American Federation of Teachers$10,000$82,000
6Lockheed Martin$9,000$9,000
7Raytheon Co$8,000$8,000
8Northrop Grumman$7,500$7,500
9United Technologies$7,500$7,500
10Boeing Co$7,000$7,000
54Verizon Communications$2,000$2,000

Bio Information

FATTAH, Chaka, (1956 - ) Image courtesy of the Member FATTAH, Chaka, a Representative from Pennsylvania; born in Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, Pa., November 21, 1956; attended Overbrook High School, Philadelphia, Pa.; Community College of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pa.; University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School, Philadelphia, Pa.; M.A., University of Pennsylvania’s Fels School of State and Local Government, Philadelphia, Pa., 1986; Harvard University’s John F. Kennedy School of Government, Cambridge, Mass., 1984; special assistant to director of housing and community development, Philadelphia, Pa., 1980; special assistant to managing director of housing and community development, Philadelphia, Pa., 1981; policy assistant, Greater Philadelphia Partnership; member of the Pennsylvania state house of representatives, 1982-1988; member of the Pennsylvania state senate, 1988-1994; elected as a Democrat to the One Hundred Fourth and to the nine succeeding Congresses (January 3, 1995-present).

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