Representative Eleanor Norton

Delegate for District of Columbia At Large, Democrat

Top Industries
#IndustryYr AmountCareer Amount
1Transportation Unions$44,500$206,050
2Real Estate$39,500$423,501
3Building Trade Unions$35,500$233,600
4Public Sector Unions$34,000$334,450
5Industrial Unions$13,000$130,050
6Misc Unions$12,250$93,250
7Lawyers/Law Firms$8,000$234,377
8Construction Services$7,500$32,700
9Air Transport$6,500$66,999
10General Contractors$5,400$36,750
Top Donors 2014
#DonorYr AmountCareer Amount
1Studley Inc$19,800$65,649
2United Transportation Union$10,000$63,000
3American Federation of Teachers$10,000$76,000
4Machinists/Aerospace Workers Union$10,000$46,500
5Operating Engineers Union$10,000$33,000
6Amalgamated Transit Union$10,000$10,000
7Transport Workers Union$10,000$10,000
8Forest City Enterprises$7,600$64,250
9UNITE HERE$7,500$7,500
10Ironworkers Union$7,500$7,500

Bio Information

NORTON, Eleanor Holmes, (1937 - ) Image, Congressional Pictorial Directory, 109th. NORTON, Eleanor Holmes, a Delegate from the District of Columbia; born in Washington, D.C., June 13, 1937; graduated from Dunbar High School, Washington, D.C.; B.A., Antioch College of Antioch University, Yellow Springs, Ohio, 1960; M.A., Yale University, New Haven, Conn., 1963; LL.B., Yale University Law School, New Haven, Conn., 1964; lawyer, private practice; law clerk to Federal District Court Judge A. Leon Higginbotham, 3rd Circuit, 1964-1965; assistant legal director, American Civil Liberties Union, 1965-1970; adjunct assistant professor, New York University Law School, 1970-1971; executive assistant to the mayor, New York City, 1971-1974; chair, New York City commission on human rights, 1970-1977; chair, United States Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, 1977-1981; senior fellow, Urban Institute, 1981-1982; professor, Georgetown University Law Center, 1982-1990; elected as a Democrat to the One Hundred Second and to the eleven succeeding Congresses (January 3, 1991-present).

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