Eric I. Cantor
Address: Lives and/or works in
Areas of interest:
politics & government
Political office: Cantor served in the U.S. House of Representatives as a Republican from Virginia .
Personal social network: Much of Cantor's Muckety comes from political connections. His power base is his former role as House majority leader.
As an officer, director and/or owner of publicly traded securities, Cantor has filed documents with the Securities and Exchange Commission. >> See filings
Eric I. Cantor personal relations:
Diana F. Cantor - spouse
Other current Eric I. Cantor relationships:
Jewish Institute for National Security Affairs - advisory board member
Moelis & Company - vice chairman & managing director
Eric I. Cantor past relationships:
2008 John McCain presidential campaign - fundraiser
Thomas J. Bliley Jr. - driver
David Brat - defeated in 2014 congressional primary
Rob Collins - chief of staff
DC Muckety: 2009 power couples - named
John Emling - chief of staff
Laena Fallon - communications director
Matthew Hodges - legislative assistant
Frederick W. Humphries II - contacted, about Petraeus investigation
Kate MacGregor - legislative director
Colleen Maloney - legislative director
Matt Mandel - legislative assistant
John Murray - aide
Kyle W. Nevins - deputy chief of staff
Lawrence Seyfried - senior policy adviser
Lindsay Shore - legislative aide
Shimon Stein - senior policy adviser
Steve Stombres - chief of staff
U.S. House of Representatives - House majority leader
Virginia House of Delegates - member
White House state dinner (2/11/2014) - invited guest
World Economic Forum 2017 - speaker
Additional Muckety map information sources:
U.S. House of Representatives;
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Muckety news stories featuring Eric I. Cantor
Diana Cantor is one of the most networked board members in the country.
October 5, 2013
House Speaker John Boehner may be negotiating with President Barack Obama one-to-one, but he's relying on a small circle of influence to avoid the fiscal cliff.
December 10, 2012
The two-income household continues to pose problems for Washington office holders.
November 16, 2010