Senator Tim Johnson

Senior Senator from South Dakota, Democrat

Top Industries
#IndustryYr AmountCareer Amount
2Securities & Investment$201,300$958,787
3Commercial Banks$166,250$732,974
4Finance/Credit Companies$113,450$543,403
5Lawyers/Law Firms$92,439$1,498,841
7Real Estate$79,999$608,014
8Health Professionals$43,500$775,519
9Misc Finance$39,850$273,824
10Oil & Gas$35,400$35,400
21Telephone Utilities$13,000$13,000
50Telecom Services & Equipment$1,500$1,500
Top Donors 2014
#DonorYr AmountCareer Amount
1Citigroup Inc$65,000$168,110
2Capital One Financial$51,000$83,500
3Blackrock Inc$22,500$22,500
4Cowen Group$17,000$17,000
6Corstone Capital$15,000$15,000
7Prudential Financial$13,000$13,000
8Arnold & Porter$11,249$11,249
10American Financial Services Assn$11,000$11,000

Bio Information

JOHNSON, Timothy Peter (Tim), (1946 - ) Senate Years of Service: 1997- Party: Democrat JOHNSON, Timothy Peter (Tim), a Senator and a Representative from South Dakota; born in Canton, S.Dak., December 28, 1946; attended public schools; B.A., University of South Dakota 1969; M.A., 1970; post-graduate studies, Michigan State University 1970-1971; J.D., University of South Dakota 1975; budget advisor, Michigan Senate 1971-1972; began the practice of law in Vermillion, S.D., in 1975; member, South Dakota House of Representatives 1979-1982; member South Dakota Senate 1983-1986; Clay County deputy State’s attorney 1985; elected as a Democrat to the One Hundredth and to the four succeeding Congresses (January 3, 1987-January 2, 1997); not a candidate for reelection to the House of Representatives in 1996; elected to the U.S. Senate in 1996; reelected in 2002, and again in 2008 for the term ending January 3, 2015; chair, Committee on Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs (One Hundred Twelfth and One Hundred Thirteenth Congresses).

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