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Family Ties for Sen. Saxby Chambliss (-Georgia)
In Office
Alternate Name: Clarence Saxby Chambliss

 
Below we show financial and other ties of note between this member of Congress and his or her family members. Much or all of the data was made possible with the exhaustive research by Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington.
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Family Ties Sen. Saxby Chambliss Family

Family Member Sen. Saxby Chambliss (self)

  • EarmarksSen. Saxby Chambliss is associated with organizations that have received earmarks from him:

    • University of Georgia was listed on earmark requests:
      • $1,520,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2010 described as Nanophotonic biosensor detection of bioagents and pathogens
      • $655,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2010 described as National Beef Cattle Genetic Evaluation Consortium, CO, GA, NY
      • $346,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2010 described as Cotton Insect Management and Fiber Quality, GA
      • $100,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2010 described as Facilities and equipment
      • $95,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2009 described as University of Georgia, Athens, GA, for construction, renovation and equipment
      • $368,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2008 described as Cotton Insect Management and Fiber Quality
      • $81,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2008 described as University of Georgia, for construction, renovation, and equipment.
    • Armstrong Atlantic State University (related to University of Georgia) was listed an earmark request:
      • $272,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2008 described as Armstrong Atlantic State University for development of the Bachelor of Arts degree in Cyber Security and Investigation Technology
    • Armstrong Atlantic State University Cyber Security Research Institute Foundation (related to University of Georgia) was listed on earmark requests:
      • $457,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2010 described as Armstrong Atlantic State University Cyber Security Research Institute Foundation, Savannah, GA for curriculum development, including purchase of equipment
      • $428,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2009 described as Armstrong Atlantic State University Cyber Security Research Foundation, Inc., for curriculum development at the Cyber and Homeland Security Institute, including purchase of equipment
    • Columbus (Ga.) State University (related to University of Georgia) was listed an earmark request:
      • $150,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2010 described as Columbus State University, Columbus, GA for a Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) program
    • Darton College (related to University of Georgia) was listed an earmark request:
      • $1,600,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2010 described as Customized nursing programs for Fort Benning
    • Georgia Institute of Technology (related to University of Georgia) was listed on earmark requests:
      • $4,000,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2010 described as Advanced SAM hardware simulator development
      • $100,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2009 described as Georgia Institute of Technology National Textile Center
      • $4,000,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2008 described as Advanced SAM Hardware Simulator Development - ITEAMS
      • $1,600,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2008 described as Advanced Bio-engineering for Enhancement of Soldier Survivability
    • Parker H. Petit Institute for Bioengineering and Bioscience Center for Advanced Bioengineering for Soldier Survivability (related to University of Georgia), Georgia Institute of Technology (related to University of Georgia) was listed on earmark requests:
      • $2,500,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2010 described as Advanced Bio-Engineering for Enhancement of Soldier Survivability
      • $2,500,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2010 described as Advanced Bio-Engineering for Enhancement of Soldier Survivability
    • Georgia Southern University (related to University of Georgia) was listed on earmark requests:
      • $250,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2010 described as Georgia Southern University Biodiesel Research
      • $100,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2010 described as Georgia Southern University, Statesboro, GA, for health professions training
      • $95,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2009 described as Georgia Southern University, for rural health outreach and training
      • $81,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2008 described as Georgia Southern University for rural health outreach and training
    • Georgia State University (related to University of Georgia) was listed on earmark requests:
      • $500,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2009 described as Georgia State University for inmate programs in the Georgia prison system
      • $95,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2009 described as Georgia State University, for health outreach and training
      • $94,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2008 described as Georgia State University HIV/Prisoner Reentry Program
      • $81,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2008 described as Georgia State University, science education partnership programs between colleges, universities, schools, and life science community educational organizations
    • University of West Georgia (related to University of Georgia) was listed on earmark requests:
      • $250,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2010 described as University of West Georgia K-12 School Safety and Emergency Response Initiative
      • $100,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2010 described as University of West Georgia, Carrollton, GA for a small business incubator

Family Member Clarence Chambliss (Bo) (son)


Family Member Julianne Frohbert Chambliss (wife)