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Debbie Dingell Starts Campaign to Follow Husband in Congress
Posted at 4:35 p.m. on March 1, 2014
The spouse of a current member of Congress has started her campaign to succeed her husband in the next Congress.
Debbie Dingell, D-Mich., filed a statement of candidacy on Friday for the 12th Congressional District of Michigan, a seat currently held by her husband, Rep. John Dingell, D-Mich., who has announced his retirement at the end of this Congress.
Her personal financial holdings have been public as part of her husband’s personal financial disclosure report, which has been filed annually as required by the Ethics Act.
Her husband has also filed numerous stock transaction reports as required by the Stop Trading On Congressional Knowledge (STOCK) Act. The reports show transactions for jointly held stock and individually owned assets. Since January 1, 2013, her own stock transactions included the following:
Debbie Dingell’s recent personal federal campaign contributions include $1,000 on 6/20/13 to Emily’s List; $1,000 on 4/16/13 to Obama for America; $500 on 3/27/12 to Stabenow for U.S. Senate; $250 on $10/17/11 to Obama for America; and $1,000 on 5/12/11 to Klobuchar for Minnesota 2012. Search all her contributions on Political MoneyLine’s Donor Search.
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