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Rep. Adam B. Schiff (D-Calif.)

District: 28th District
Political Highlights: assistant U.S. attorney, 1987-93; Democratic nominee for Calif. Assembly (special election), 1994; Democratic nominee for Calif. Assembly, 1994; Calif. Senate, 1996-00; U.S. House of Representatives, 2001-present
Born: June 22, 1960; Framingham, Mass.
Residence: Burbank
Religion: Jewish
Family: Wife, Eve Schiff; two children
Education: Stanford U., A.B. 1982; Harvard U., J.D. 1985
Military Service: None
Start of Service: Elected: 2000 (8th term)
Committee Assignments: Benghazi Attack; Select Intelligence

Election History
2014generalAdam Schiff (D) 91,99676.5
Steve Stokes (NPA) 28,26823.5
2012generalAdam Schiff (D) 188,70376.5
Phil Jennerjahn (R) 58,00823.5
2010generalAdam Schiff (D) 104,37464.8
John Colbert (R) 51,53432.0
William Cushing (LIBERT) 5,2183.2
2008generalAdam Schiff (D) 146,19868.9
Charles Hahn (R) 56,72726.7
Alan Pyeatt (LIBERT) 9,2194.3
2006generalAdam Schiff (D) 91,01463.5
William Bodell (R) 39,32127.4
William Paparian (GREEN) 8,1975.7
Lynda Llamas (PFP) 2,5991.8
Jim Keller (LIBERT) 2,2581.6
2004generalAdam Schiff (D) 133,67064.6
Harry Scolinos (R) 62,87130.4
Philip Koebel (GREEN) 5,7152.8
Ted Brown (LIBERT) 4,5702.2
2002generalAdam Schiff (D) 76,03662.6
Jim Scileppi (R) 40,61633.4
Ted Brown (LIBERT) 4,8894.0
2000generalAdam Schiff (D) 113,70852.7
James Rogan (R) 94,51843.8
Miriam Hospodar (NL) 3,8731.8
Ted Brown (LIBERT) 3,6751.7
Roll Call Vitals


California is 1st on Roll Call's Clout Index, which measures influence in Congress by state.


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