Address: Lives and/or works in
San Francisco, CA.
Wealth class: Multimillionaire
Areas of interest:
politics & government
Politics: Feinstein is a contributor to Democratic committees and campaigns.
College: She received a B.A. in history from Stanford University.
Personal social network: Much of Feinstein's Muckety comes from political connections. Her power base is her position as a U.S. senator.
Dianne Feinstein personal relations:
Richard C. Blum - spouse
Other current Dianne Feinstein relationships:
2009 foreclosure relief bill - sponsor
Alfalfa Club - member
Aspen Strategy Group - member
CA congressional delegation - senator
Council on Foreign Relations - member
Senate Committee on Appropriations - member
Senate Judiciary Committee - ranking member
U.S. Senate - senator
Dianne Feinstein past relationships:
1990 Dianne Feinstein gubernatorial campaign - unsuccessful candidate
2008 Hillary Rodham Clinton presidential campaign - fundraiser
Jon Chase - aide
DC Muckety: 2009 power couples - named
Democratic power couples, 2013 - listed
Kinde Durkee - treasurer
Financial markets bailout bill (Senate-10/1/08) - voted for
Mark Kadesh - chief of staff
Susan P. Kennedy - communications director
Christian Kierig - legislative assistant
San Francisco (CA) - mayor
Daniel B. Shapiro - legislative assistant
Indirect links:Dianne Feinstein has multiple indirect connections to the following people:
Congressional & campaign info:
Dianne Feinstein is a Democrat from CA
Campaign contributors (Center for Responsive Politics)
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Dianne Feinstein campaign contributions:
Listed below are federal donations of $3,000+ reported to the FEC.
Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee - $32,400 on 12/11/2013
Feinstein for Senate - $3,780 on 10/6/2012
Feinstein for Senate - $3,274 on 10/1/2012
Feinstein for Senate - $8,512 on 9/4/2012
Feinstein for Senate - $3,408 on 7/13/2012
Feinstein for Senate - $5,121 on 7/2/2012
Feinstein for Senate - $5,605 on 6/14/2012
Feinstein for Senate - $52,925 on 5/10/2012
Feinstein for Senate - $52,926 on 5/10/2012
World Alliance for Israel PAC - $5,000 on 4/10/2012
Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee - $30,800 on 2/28/2012
Feinstein for Senate - $4,212 on 11/30/2011
Feinstein for Senate - $3,615 on 8/23/2011
Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee - $30,800 on 6/30/2011
Democratic Party of Arkansas - $5,000 on 10/15/2010
Nevada State Democratic Party - $10,000 on 10/14/2010
Democratic State Central Committee of CA - $10,000 on 10/12/2010
Boxer Victory Fund - $4,800 on 4/12/2010
Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee - $25,600 on 4/12/2010
Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee - $28,500 on 3/31/2008
Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee - $28,500 on 3/30/2007
Muckety news stories featuring Dianne Feinstein
With a fortune of at least $355 million, Rep. Darrell Issa (R-CA) is the richest member of Congress, according to the latest ranking from The Hill.
August 20, 2013
Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) is taking advantage of the platform she has as chair of the Senate Intelligence Committee.
November 22, 2012
Sen. Dianne Feinstein introduced legislation early this year to channel $25 billion in government bailout funds to a federal agency that had just awarded her husband's real-estate firm a lucrative contract to sell foreclosed properties.
April 22, 2009