|#||Industry||Yr Amount||Career Amount|
|4||Securities & Investment||$29,700||$415,715|
|5||Special Trade Contractors||$25,500||$181,300|
|9||Public Sector Unions||$18,000||$280,000|
|10||Building Materials & Equipment||$16,000||$85,930|
|#||Donor||Yr Amount||Career Amount|
|2||Adam's European Contracting||$10,000||$10,000|
|3||Independent Community Bankers of America||$8,500||$57,500|
|4||National Roofing Contractors Assn||$8,000||$45,000|
|5||American Fedn of St/Cnty/Munic Employees||$7,500||$89,000|
|6||Tonio Burgos & Assoc||$6,450||$6,450|
|8||National Assn of Development Companies||$6,000||$6,000|
|9||O'Dwyer & Bernstien||$5,500||$5,500|
|10||Blackrobe Capital Partners||$5,200||$5,200|
VELÁZQUEZ, Nydia M., (1953 - ) Image courtesy of the Member VELÁZQUEZ, Nydia M., a Representative from New York; born in Yabucoa, P.R., March 28, 1953; B.A., University of Puerto Rico, Rio Piedras, 1974; M.A., New York University, New York, N.Y., 1976; faculty, University of Puerto Rico, Humacao, P.R., 1976-1981; adjunct professor, Hunter College, City University of New York, N.Y., 1981-1983; staff, United States Representative Edolphus Towns of New York, 1983; member, New York, N.Y., city council, 1984; national director, Migration Division Office, Puerto Rico Department of Labor and Human Resources, 1986-1989; director, Department of Puerto Rican Community Affairs in the United States for the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, 1989-1992; elected as a Democrat to the One Hundred Third and to the ten succeeding Congresses (January 3, 1993-present); chair, Committee on Small Business (One Hundred Tenth and One Hundred Eleventh Congresses).
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