Richard A. Gephardt
Age in 2017: 76
Address: Lives and/or works in
Stocks to watch when Richard A. Gephardt is in the news:
Dana Holding Corporation (DAN),
Centene Corporation (CNC),
Spirit Aerosystems Holdings Inc. (SPR)
Areas of interest:
politics & government,
Politics: Gephardt is a contributor to Democratic committees and campaigns.
He also has affiliations with centrist and Democratic think tanks.
Political office: Gephardt served in the U.S. House of Representatives as a Democrat from MO.
Personal social network: Much of Gephardt's Muckety comes from political connections. He has direct links to six Fortune 1000 companies.
He is listed in the Muckety 400.
As an officer, director and/or owner of publicly traded securities, Gephardt has filed documents with the Securities and Exchange Commission. >> See filings
Richard A. Gephardt personal relations:
Chrissy Gephardt - daughter
Jane Byrnes Gephardt - spouse
Kate Gephardt - daughter
Matthew Gephardt - son
Other current Richard A. Gephardt relationships:
Centene Corporation - director
Council on Foreign Relations - member
Gephardt Group - president & CEO
Hamilton Project - advisory council member
National Democratic Institute - senior advisory committee member
Scripps Research Institute - chairman
Spirit Aerosystems Holdings Inc. - director
Richard A. Gephardt past relationships:
1976 Dick Gephardt congressional campaign - candidate
2004 Richard A. Gephardt presidential campaign - candidate
Eli Attie - special assistant
Jeffrey G. Berman - senior political adviser
Boy Scouts of America - eagle scout
Cassandra Q. Butts (deceased) - senior adviser
CenturyLink - director
Robert A. Cogorno - research director
Dana Inc. - director
Sharon Daniels - executive assistant
Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee - fundraiser
Democratic Leadership Council - chairman
DLA Piper - adviser
Steven A. Elmendorf - chief of staff
Embarq Corp. - director
Julie Murphy Finn - special assistant
Ford Motor Company - director
Goldman Sachs Group Inc. - adviser
Robert P. Koch - aide
Noah Mamet - national finance director
Moses C. Mercado - deputy chief of staff
Kimberly D. Molstre - press secretary
National Endowment for Democracy - chairman
Laura Nichols - press secretary
Thomas J. O'Donnell - chief of staff
Lizzy O'Hara - legislative director
David Plouffe - deputy chief of staff
RAND Corporation - trustee
Erik J. Smith - senior communications adviser
Shanti Stanton - floor assistant
Richard Sullivan - special assistant
Marti Thomas - assistant to the chief of staff
Ashley Turton (deceased) - aide
Daniel A. Turton - aide
United States Steel Corporation - director
Michael R. Wessel - general counsel
Additional Muckety map information sources:
Federal Election Commission;
Securities and Exchange Commission;
Wall Street Journal
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Richard A. Gephardt campaign contributions:
Listed below are major federal donations reported to the FEC.
Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee - $20,000 on 4/30/2014
Georgia Kentucky Victory Fund - $5,200 on 3/25/2014
Actblue - $5,200 on 3/21/2014
Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee - $32,400 on 6/13/2013
Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee - $30,000 on 2/16/2012
Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee - $30,000 on 4/29/2011
Democratic Party of Illinois - $5,000 on 10/27/2010
Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee - $10,000 on 2/28/2010
Actblue - $5,000 on 9/30/2009
America Works PAC - $5,000 on 9/30/2009
Centene Corporation PAC - $5,000 on 5/28/2009
Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee - $30,400 on 4/27/2009
Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee - $10,000 on 3/12/2008
Muckety news stories featuring Richard A. Gephardt
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January 8, 2014
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September 2, 2012
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February 10, 2012
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December 24, 2011
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November 10, 2011
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October 28, 2011
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May 28, 2011