Representative James Clyburn

Representative for South Carolina's 6th congressional district, Democrat

Top Industries
#IndustryYr AmountCareer Amount
1Electric Utilities$112,750$697,363
3Pharmaceuticals/Health Products$99,211$609,982
4Lawyers/Law Firms$89,743$908,383
5Health Professionals$75,750$584,152
6Securities & Investment$68,700$479,783
7Transportation Unions$62,000$566,500
8Public Sector Unions$60,000$556,850
9Commercial Banks$53,500$378,950
10Hospitals/Nursing Homes$50,700$262,850
24Telephone Utilities$23,500$23,500
44Telecom Services & Equipment$10,000$10,000
Top Donors 2014
#DonorYr AmountCareer Amount
1Merck & Co$15,000$15,000
2Union Pacific Corp$15,000$15,000
3Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance$14,500$14,500
4Northwestern Mutual$14,500$14,500
5National Cable & Telecommunications Assn$11,500$11,500
6New York Life Insurance$11,000$11,000
7Fluor Corp$10,750$71,500
8Lockheed Martin$10,000$10,000
9American Crystal Sugar$10,000$10,000
10Eli Lilly & Co$10,000$10,000
82Verizon Communications$6,000$73,500

Bio Information

CLYBURN, James Enos, (1940 - ) Image courtesy of the Member CLYBURN, James Enos, (relative of George Washington Murray), a Representative from South Carolina; born in Sumter, Sumter County, S.C., July 21, 1940; graduated from Mather Academy, Camden, S.C., 1957; B.S., South Carolina State University, Orangeburg, S.C., 1961; teacher; employment counselor, South Carolina state employment security commission, 1965-1966; director, Charleston County, S.C., neighborhood youth corps and new careers projects, 1966-1968; executive director, South Carolina state commission for farm workers, 1968-1971; member of the staff of Governor John C. West, 1971-1974; South Carolina human affairs commissioner, 1974-1992; elected as a Democrat to the One Hundred Third and to the ten succeeding Congresses (January 3, 1993-present); chair, House Democratic Caucus (One Hundred Ninth Congress); majority whip (One Hundred Tenth and One Hundred Eleventh Congresses); assistant Democratic leader (One Hundred Twelfth and One Hundred Thirteenth Congresses).

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