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  Moran, Jr., James P. "Jim"
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NameJames P. "Jim" Moran, Jr.
Address311 North Washington St
Alexandria, Virginia , United States
Born April 16, 1945 (76 years)
ContributorWishful Thinking
Last ModifedPaul
Feb 05, 2013 07:45pm
Tags Caucasian - Married - Catholic - Christian - Straight -
InfoCongressman Jim Moran was elected to his seventh term in the U.S. House of Representatives in November 2002. He is a member of the Appropriations Committee, where he serves on the Defense Subcommittee, the Interior Subcommittee, and as ranking Democrat on the Legislative Branch Subcommittee. He also is the second ranking Democrat on the House Budget Committee.

Representative Moran is 57 years old. He graduated from the University of Pittsburgh's Graduate School of Public and International Affairs with a master's degree in Public Administration in 1970 after receiving a B.A. in economics from the College of the Holy Cross in 1967. His political career began in 1979 with his election to the City Council in Alexandria, VA., a city of nearly 120,000 residents. Mr. Moran served as Vice Mayor of Alexandria from 1982 to 1984, and was elected Mayor in 1985.

In 1990, he was elected to the U.S. House of Representatives to represent the Eighth District of Virginia. Throughout his career, he has demonstrated vigorous leadership in support of federal employees, women's issues, high technology, fair and open trade, and fiscal discipline. He is the author of legislation to provide military retirees with greater access to health care. He is well known for his efforts to protect federal employee and military retiree benefits and our public health care system.

Congressman Moran is a founding member of the New Democrat Coalition, a group of more than 75 centrist House Democrats committed to fiscal responsibility, improvements to education, and maintaining America's economic competitiveness.

Congressman Moran was named as one of two "High Technology Legislators of the Year," by the Information Technology Industry Council. Later in 2000, Mr. Moran was named to the "Legislative Hall of Fame" by the American Electronics Association for his work on technology issues.

In the 107th Congress, Mr. Moran was the chief sponsor of several bills and resolutions, including proposals to correct inequities for retired federal workers with part time service; provide transit benefits to legislative branch workers; and establish tax incentives for work-force training.


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Date Category Headline Article Contributor
Dec 12, 2012 08:30pm News Rep. Jim Moran's Son Pleads Guilty To Attacking Girlfriend  Article J.R. 
Jan 28, 2011 12:10pm General Lawmaker: Racism cost Dems election  Article Brandonius Maximus 
Sep 02, 2009 02:10am Video Hypocrisy Alert: Dem Moran Calls Town Hall Attendee a "Plant" Demands To See License Before Question  Article ScottĀ³ 
Jun 10, 2006 10:10am Statement Moran: Democratic Majority Means More Money for 8th District  Article RP 
Mar 12, 2003 12:36am General Blaming the Jews  Article Mr. Techno 

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Wife LuAnn Bennett Jan 01, 2004-Jun 15, 2011
Son Patrick B. Moran 0000-
Father James P. Moran 0000-
Brother Brian J. Moran 1959-

  11/06/2012 VA - District 08 Won 64.59% (+34.02%)
  06/12/2012 VA District 8 - D Primary Won 74.31% (+48.61%)
  11/02/2010 VA - District 08 Won 61.03% (+23.73%)
  11/04/2008 VA District 8 Won 67.94% (+38.26%)
  06/10/2008 VA District 8 - D Primary Won 86.61% (+73.22%)
  11/07/2006 VA District 8 Won 66.40% (+35.82%)
  11/02/2004 VA District 8 Won 59.72% (+22.81%)
  06/08/2004 VA District 8 - D Primary Won 58.56% (+17.13%)
  11/05/2002 VA District 8 Won 59.81% (+22.49%)
  11/07/2000 VA District 8 Won 63.34% (+29.29%)
  11/03/1998 VA District 8 Won 66.68% (+33.63%)
  11/05/1996 VA District 8 Won 66.40% (+38.26%)
  11/08/1994 VA District 8 Won 59.35% (+20.09%)
  11/03/1992 VA District 8 Won 56.06% (+14.50%)
  11/06/1990 VA District 8 Won 51.70% (+7.08%)
  05/10/1988 Alexandria, VA Mayor Won 54.92% (+11.58%)
  05/07/1985 Alexandria, VA Mayor Won 51.21% (+11.40%)
  05/04/1982 Alexandria City Council Won 11.30% (+0.00%)
  05/01/1979 Alexandria City Council Won 7.88% (-1.13%)
  11/06/2007 VA State House 046 Lost 0.00% (-93.85%)
VA Lt. Governor - D Primary - Jun 08, 2021 D Hala Ayala
NE District 02 - Nov 03, 2020 R Don Bacon
VA US President - D Primary - Mar 03, 2020 D Joe Biden
US House Minority Whip - Nov 16, 2010 D Steny H. Hoyer
VA US President - D Primary - Feb 12, 2008 D Barack Obama
VA US Senate - D Primary - Jun 13, 2006 D Harris Miller
VA US President - D Primary - Feb 10, 2004 D Howard Dean
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