Also known as:
Jamie Alter Lynton
Address: Lives and/or works in
Los Angeles, CA.
Areas of interest:
politics & government
Politics: Alter is a contributor to Democratic committees and campaigns.
College: Lynton received a bachelor's degree from Wesleyan University.
Personal social network: Much of Alter's Muckety comes from political connections.
Elizabeth Alter personal relations:
James Alter - daughter
Joanne Alter (deceased) - daughter
Jonathan Alter - sister
Michael Lynton - spouse
Charles H. Rivkin - cousin
Robert S. Rivkin - cousin
Other current Elizabeth Alter relationships:
California Institute of the Arts - trustee
The 74 - director
Elizabeth Alter past relationships:
2008 Barack Obama presidential campaign - fundraiser
2012 Barack Obama presidential campaign - fundraiser
CNN - producer
Court TV - LA bureau chief
Democratic power couples, 2013 - listed
Los Angeles Fund for Public Education - board member
White House state dinner (11/24/2009) - invited guest
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Elizabeth Alter campaign contributions:
Listed below are major federal donations reported to the FEC.
Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee - $5,000 on 10/17/2012
Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee - $20,000 on 6/28/2012
Women on the Road to the Senate: 12 and Counting-Los Angeles - $10,000 on 3/14/2012
Obama Victory Fund 2012 - $35,800 on 4/26/2011
Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee - $10,000 on 1/31/2011
Democratic National Committee - $10,000 on 10/25/2010
Democratic National Committee - $15,200 on 5/31/2009
Muckety news stories featuring Elizabeth Alter
While the Rivkin-Alter family has done well during the Obama years, its reach has grown over generations.
March 30, 2013
When the POTUS and FLOTUS dance at the inaugural balls Monday, America will witness the ultimate in power couples.
January 20, 2013
It's rare that we deliberately draw a congested map, but today the size of the crowd is the point.
July 18, 2011
On Monday, after several media outlets announced his resignation from Newsweek, columnist Jonathan Alter tweeted that he was "going someplace terrific and it will be announced soon."
April 12, 2011