Eric Cantor Republican (Elected 2000), VA House district 7

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Rep. Eric Cantor (R-Va.) — Eric Cantor of Henrico County, Va. represents the 7th District of Virginia. Cantor was born in Henrico County on June 6, 1963. Cantor received his bachelor’s degree from George Washington University (1985), a J.D. from the College of William and Mary (1988), and a master's in real estate from Columbia University (1989). Cantor worked as an attorney for his family’s real estate business and was elected to the Virginia House of Delegates in 1991. He was first elected to the U.S. House of Representatives on Nov. 7, 2000. He and his wife Diana have three children: Evan, Jenna and Michael. Diana was working at Goldman Sachs when she met her future husband. She has served as a member of the board of directors of Media General Inc., the parent company of the Richmond Times-Dispatch. Source: Congressional Directory Online via GPO Access

No longer in office

Total Campaign Contributions Received by Eric Cantor: $-239,065

Top 10 Interests Funding

Construction Services$2,486
Civil Servants/Public Officials$696
Misc Health$-135
Credit Unions$-150
Special Trade Contractors$-234
Non-Profit Institutions$-260
Misc Business$-260
Building Materials & Equipment$-375

Top 10 Organizations Funding

Moelis And Company$2,637
Allen Consulting$2,486
Harbinger Strategies$2,240
Williams and Jensen$1,500
United States Government$1,000
Public Strategies$500
United States House Of Representatives$500
Bristol Myers Squibb$375
Mcdonalds Corporation$375
Hogan Lovells$300

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