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Richard Gephardt did not run for re-election as House Minority Leader after the Democrats lost seats in the 2002 midterm Congressional elections. He announced his second run for president on January 5, 2003. His successor as Minority Leader, Nancy Pelosi, endorsed his bid for president. Gephardt was seen by many as too old fashioned and unelectable, with his fundraising efforts behind that of former Vermont GovernorHoward Dean and Senators John Kerry, John Edwards, and tied with Joe Lieberman. Furthermore, Gephardt's support of the Iraq War resolution hurt him among liberal activists. Keywords - Richard Gephardt, politician, British personality, man, portrait,
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For many former Republican and Democratic lawmakers, the road to retirement from Congress has been paved with gold. But while Washington has long been known for its revolving door that has shuttled outgoing members of Congress and senior staffers into lucrative lobbying and consulting jobs on K Street, a less noticed but equally profitable venture for many has... Related: Revolving Door Between Congress and Lobbyists Is Speeding Up. Former Speaker of the House John Boehner last month joined the board of tobacco giant Reynolds American. Another case in point: Former GOP House Majority Leader Eric Cantor of Virginia, who lost to an obscure conservative college professor in a stunning primary upset in June 2014. Cantor quickly was hired as a vice chairman, managing director and... According to a new Bloomberg analysis of former House and Senate members who made their way to top corporate directorships, Cantor was the highest paid board member last year among former senators or House members. On the Democratic side, former House Majority Leader Richard Gephardt of Missouri earned about $1 million in director’s fees last year. The 14-term former House member also tops the list of overall earnings since his retirement in 2005. He has picked up a total of $10. 8 million in director compensation since then, according to the Bloomberg analysis, by sitting on a number of... “I’ve learned a lot from this board experience,” Gephardt told Bloomberg. “In fact, I would wish that any member could have board experience and labor experience” before taking office. Indeed, there are probably many sitting lawmakers who would eagerly agree with Gephardt on the value of sitting on corporate boards. The current crop of corporate directors who once served as members of Congress is evenly split between 31 Democrats and 33 Republicans, according to the Bloomberg data. The former GOP members last year averaged $382,535 in board compensation while the Democrats averaged $330,194. That is not a bad haul for former lawmakers who earned just a fraction of that through public service. Source: www.thefiscaltimes.com
For many former Republican and Democratic lawmakers, the road to retirement from Congress has been paved with gold. Scores of former lawmakers with
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Richard Andrew "Dick" Gephardt (born January 31, 1941) is an American politician who served as a United States Representative from Missouri from 1977 to 2005.
Richard A. Gephardt is President and CEO of Gephardt Group. Mr. Gephardt served for 28 years in the United States House of Representatives from 1976 to 2004 ...
Richard Gephardt was born on January 31, 1941 in St. Louis, Missouri, USA as Richard Andrew Gephardt. He has been married to Jane Byrnes since August 13, 1966. They ...
Richard Gephardt (b. 1941) An influential member of the U.S. Congress since1976, Dick Gephardt stepped down from his position as House Democratic leader after the ...