Representative Earl Blumenauer

Representative for Oregon's 3rd congressional district, Democrat

Top Industries
#IndustryYr AmountCareer Amount
1Health Professionals$79,250$349,030
2Construction Services$51,400$483,816
3Public Sector Unions$44,625$358,125
5Transportation Unions$43,000$439,625
7Building Trade Unions$37,000$241,750
9Misc Manufacturing & Distributing$31,475$307,190
10Lawyers/Law Firms$29,066$352,379
46Telephone Utilities$4,000$4,000
Top Donors 2014
#DonorYr AmountCareer Amount
1National Assn of Insurance & Financial Advisors$10,000$10,000
2Amalgamated Transit Union$10,000$84,000
3Deloitte LLP$10,000$10,000
4American Federation of Teachers$10,000$10,000
5Blue Cross/Blue Shield$10,000$10,000
6Intl Brotherhood of Electrical Workers$10,000$94,500
7Credit Union National Assn$10,000$10,000
8Garney Holding Co$10,000$10,000
9Painters & Allied Trades Union$10,000$10,000
10Operating Engineers Union$10,000$52,500

Bio Information

BLUMENAUER, Earl, (1948 - ) Image, Congressional Pictorial Directory, 109th. BLUMENAUER, Earl, a Representative from Oregon; born in Portland, Multnomah County, Oreg., August 16, 1948; graduated from Centennial High School, Portland, Oreg., 1966; B.A., Lewis and Clark College, Portland, Oreg., 1970; J.D., Lewis and Clark Law School, Portland, Oreg., 1976; assistant to the president of Portland State University, Portland, Oreg., 1970-1977; member of the Oregon state house of representatives, 1973-1978; board of directors, Portland Community College, 1975-1981; Multnomah County, Oreg., commissioner, 1978-1985; Portland, Oreg., city commissioner, 1986-1996; served on the Governor’s commission on higher education, 1990-1991; elected as a Democrat, by special election, to the One Hundred Fourth Congress, to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of United States Representative Ronald L. Wyden, reelected to the nine succeeding Congresses (May 21, 1996-present).

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