Mitchell E. Daniels Jr.
Age in 2017: 68
Stocks to watch when Mitchell E. Daniels Jr. is in the news:
Norfolk Southern Corporation (NSC),
Cerner Corporation (CERN)
Areas of interest:
politics & government,
Political office: Mitchell E. Daniels Jr. is a Republican.
He served as governor of Indiana, with term ending in 2013.
Personal social network: Much of Daniels's Muckety comes from political connections. His power base emanates from his roles as governor of Indiana and president of Purdue.
As an officer, director and/or owner of publicly traded securities, Daniels has filed documents with the Securities and Exchange Commission. >> See filings
Mitchell E. Daniels Jr. personal relations:
Cheri Daniels - spouse
Other current Mitchell E. Daniels Jr. relationships:
Center for Security Policy - advisory council member
Cerner Corporation - director
Code.org - advisory board member
Commission on Presidential Debates - director
Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget - co-chairman
Committee for Economic Development - trustee
Hudson Institute - trustee
Hunt Institute Foundation - director
Norfolk Southern Corporation - director
Purdue University - president
Trilateral Commission - member
Urban Institute - trustee
Mitchell E. Daniels Jr. past relationships:
1988 Dan Quayle vice presidential campaign - director
Earl A. Goode - chief of staff
Eric Holcomb - adviser
Indiana state government - governor
Jobs for America's Graduates - honorary director
Richard G. Lugar - chief of staff
Public Opinion Strategies LLC - client
Ronald Reagan (deceased) - senior adviser
U.S. Office of Management and Budget - director
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Additional Muckety map information sources:
Indiana state government;
New York Times;
Securities and Exchange Commission
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Muckety news stories featuring Mitchell E. Daniels Jr.
With rational Republicans running from Mitt Romney as fast as their legs will take them, the party is looking to the states.
November 16, 2012