Edward P. Roski Jr.
Address: Lives and/or works in
Los Angeles, CA.
Wealth class: Billionaire
Areas of interest:
entertainment & sports,
politics & government
Politics: Roski is a contributor to Republican committees and campaigns.
Personal social network: Much of Roski's Muckety comes from sports connections.
Edward P. Roski Jr. current relationships:
Keck School of Medicine - overseer
Los Angeles Kings - part owner
Los Angeles Lakers - part-owner
Majestic Realty Co. - chairman & CEO
National Geographic Society - trustee, council of advisers member
STAPLES Center - part owner
University of Southern California - trustee
Edward P. Roski Jr. past relationships:
California Proposition 23 - major opponent
Los Angeles County Museum of Art - trustee
Indirect links:Edward P. Roski Jr. has multiple indirect connections to the following people:
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Edward P. Roski Jr. campaign contributions:
Listed below are major federal donations reported to the FEC.
Boehner for Speaker - $25,000 on 10/31/2014
Boehner for Speaker - $10,000 on 10/10/2014
Cheney for Wyoming - $5,200 on 10/30/2013
Boehner for Speaker - $30,200 on 10/28/2013
Bluegrass Committee - $5,000 on 8/27/2012
Romney Victory Inc - $50,000 on 7/24/2012
Boehner for Speaker - $10,000 on 6/19/2012
Southern California Fund - $5,000 on 5/28/2012
Boehner for Speaker - $5,000 on 12/12/2011
Pawlenty for President - $-2,500 on 8/8/2011
Hispanic Unity USA - $5,000 on 10/26/2010
Fiorina Victory Committee - $30,400 on 10/25/2010
Democratic National Committee - $3,400 on 6/22/2009
National Republican Congressional Committee - $5,000 on 4/9/2009
Major contributions to state-level political organizations & campaigns:
CA Proposition 23 - in opposition - $100,000 on 7/13/2010
Muckety news stories featuring Edward P. Roski Jr.
For serial sports team owners, teams are like pistachios.
September 18, 2013
Once again, a California ballot proposition is attracting millions of dollars from around the country.
September 5, 2010