Representative John Dingell

Representative for Michigan's 12th congressional district, Democrat

Top Industries
#IndustryYr AmountCareer Amount
1Electric Utilities$37,000$1,472,221
2Pharmaceuticals/Health Products$32,500$925,734
4Health Professionals$24,350$1,332,158
5Lawyers/Law Firms$22,545$1,091,342
6Building Trade Unions$22,100$398,650
7Transportation Unions$21,000$430,010
8Telephone Utilities$16,800$637,809
9Industrial Unions$13,900$482,365
29Telecom Services & Equipment$2,000$303,109
Top Donors 2014
#DonorYr AmountCareer Amount
1United Transportation Union$7,500$7,500
2Blue Cross/Blue Shield$6,100$88,200
3Plumbers/Pipefitters Union$6,100$6,100
4Ford Motor Co$5,500$326,225
5American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons$5,350$5,350
6Time Warner$5,000$5,000
7American College of Emergency Physicians$5,000$5,000
8American Crystal Sugar$5,000$5,000
9Operating Engineers Union$5,000$5,000
10American Fedn of St/Cnty/Munic Employees$5,000$115,250
19Verizon Communications$5,000$129,250

Bio Information

DINGELL, John David, Jr., (1926 - ) Image courtesy of the Member DINGELL, John David, Jr., (son of John David Dingell), a Representative from Michigan; born in Colorado Springs, El Paso County, Colo., July 8, 1926; attended Capitol Page School, Washington, D.C., and Georgetown Preparatory School, Garrett Park, Md.; Page, United States House of Representatives, 1938-1943; B.S., Georgetown University, Washington, D.C., 1949; J.D., Georgetown University Law School, Washington, D.C., 1952; United States Army, 1944-1946; lawyer, private practice; research assistant, United States Circuit Judge Theodore Levin, 1952-1953; assistant prosecuting attorney of Wayne County, Mich., 1954-1955; delegate to the Democratic National Conventions in 1956, 1960, 1968, 1980 and 1984; elected as a Democrat to the Eighty-fourth Congress, by special election, to fill the vacancy caused by the death of his father, United States Representative John D. Dingell, Sr., and reelected to the twenty-nine succeeding Congresses (December 13, 1955-present); chair, Committee on Energy and Commerce (Ninety-seventh through One Hundred Third Congresses and One Hundred Tenth Congress).

Be heard on internet issues from speed and performance to internet discrimination and fast lanes. We're here to represent your interests in the conversation in washington and to bring 10G fiber to your door. Don't let the cable companies and big telco win without putting up a fight!