Senator Lamar Alexander

Senior Senator from Tennessee, Republican

Top Industries
#IndustryYr AmountCareer Amount
1Leadership PACs$271,715$729,633
2Pharmaceuticals/Health Products$257,000$548,362
3Health Professionals$237,850$1,234,410
5Securities & Investment$202,750$1,845,457
6Real Estate$198,500$1,557,918
7Lawyers/Law Firms$180,827$1,831,751
8Hospitals/Nursing Homes$167,600$714,750
47Telephone Utilities$23,700$23,700
Top Donors 2014
#DonorYr AmountCareer Amount
1International Paper$58,950$79,200
2Blue Cross/Blue Shield$41,500$72,450
3Hercules Holding$38,600$38,600
4Community Health Systems$28,850$81,100
5Comcast Corp$27,300$27,300
6Regions Financial$26,200$112,750
7McKee Foods$24,800$24,800
8General Atomics$24,600$24,600
9Exelon Corp$23,000$23,000
10Pilot Corp$20,800$96,300
64Verizon Communications$10,000$10,000

Bio Information

ALEXANDER, Lamar, (1940 - ) Senate Years of Service: 2003- Party: Republican ALEXANDER, Lamar, a Senator from Tennessee; born in Maryville, Tennessee, on July 3, 1940; B.A., Vanderbilt University 1962; J.D., New York University Law School 1965; governor of Tennessee 1979-1987; chairman of the National Governors Association 1985-1986; U.S. secretary of education 1991-1993; elected as a Republican to the U.S. Senate in 2002; reelected in 2008 for the term ending January 3, 2015; chair, Republican Conference (2008-2012).

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