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Page updated February 4, 2017.

Barbara Boxer


Barbara Boxer
Muckety score:


97


Barbara Boxer's score is based on 18 connections to others in the Muckety database.
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Barbara Boxer


Gender: Female

Born: 1940



Religion: Jewish

Areas of interest:
politics & government

Political office: Boxer served in the Senate and House as a Democrat from California.

Campaign history: Boxer did not seek re-election in 2016.

Personal social network: Much of Boxer's Muckety comes from political connections. Her power base is her former position as a U.S. senator.

Barbara Boxer personal relations:

Other current Barbara Boxer relationships:

Barbara Boxer past relationships:

Indirect links:
Barbara Boxer has multiple indirect connections to the following people:
Additional Muckety map information sources:
Congressional bioguide
;
Los Angeles Times

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