Lewis M. Eisenberg
Address: Lives and/or works in
New York, NY.
Stocks to watch when Lewis M. Eisenberg is in the news:
KKR & Co. LP (KKR)
Areas of interest:
politics & government
Politics: Eisenberg is a contributor to Republican committees and campaigns.
College: Eisenberg received a BA from Dartmouth College and an MBA from Cornell Johnson School of Business.
Personal social network: Much of Eisenberg's Muckety comes from political connections.
Lewis M. Eisenberg current relationships:
Italy - U.S. ambassador nominee
KKR & Co. LP - senior adviser
Republican Jewish Coalition - director
Lewis M. Eisenberg past relationships:
2004 George W. Bush presidential campaign - supporter
2008 John McCain presidential campaign - fundraiser
2012 Mitt Romney presidential campaign - fundraiser
2016 Donald Trump presidential campaign - fundraiser
2017 Trump inaugural committee - finance co-chairman
Goldman Sachs Group Inc. - partner
Granite Capital International Group - founder
Port Authority of New York and New Jersey - chairman
Restore Our Future - contributor
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Lewis M. Eisenberg campaign contributions:
Listed below are major federal donations reported to the FEC.
Republican National Committee - $25,000 on 2/14/2014
Country First PAC - $5,000 on 10/22/2013
Romney Victory Inc - $3,687 on 9/18/2012
Republican National Committee - $30,800 on 4/5/2012
Restore Our Future PAC - $25,000 on 12/30/2011
Linda Lingle Senate Committee - $-2,500 on 11/8/2011
Linda Lingle Senate Committee - $5,000 on 11/8/2011
National Republican Senatorial Committee - $25,000 on 6/2/2011
Scott Brown for US Senate Committee - $4,800 on 2/1/2011
National Republican Senatorial Committee - $25,000 on 4/8/2010
National Republican Senatorial Committee - $15,200 on 7/14/2009
National Republican Senatorial Committee - $15,200 on 6/5/2009
McCain Leadership Fund - $5,000 on 5/7/2009
Free and Strong America PAC - $5,000 on 3/25/2009
Republican National Committee - $25,000 on 9/24/2007
Muckety news stories featuring Lewis M. Eisenberg
In the Romney campaign, the list of bundlers is stored in the same place as tax returns from 2009 and before - out of the public eye.
October 13, 2012
Mitt Romney is moving quickly to tie up big-money supporters who can attract more big-money supporters to his presidential campaign.
June 7, 2011