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Family Ties for Rep. David Price (-North Carolina, 4th)
In Office
Alternate Name: David Eugene Price

 
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 Rep. David Price Family

Family Member Rep. David Price (self)

  • EarmarksRep. David Price is associated with organizations that have received earmarks from him:

    • Duke University was listed an earmark request:
      • $2,400,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2008 described as Medical Free Electron Laser
    • University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill was listed on earmark requests:
      • $5,000,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2010 described as North Carolina Coiiaboratory for Bio-Preparedness (NC B-Prepared), School of Information & Library Science, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, NC
      • $1,000,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2010 described as Center of Excellence in Logistics and Technology (LOGTECH), Institute for Defense and Business, The University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC
      • $1,000,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2010 described as Solar Energy Research Center Instrumentation Facility, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
      • $300,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2010 described as University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC, for a racial disparities and cardiovascular disease initiative
      • $167,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2009 described as University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, NC for facilities and equipment for the Center for Integrative Chemical Biology and Drug Discovery
    • University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, University of North Carolina at Charlotte was listed an earmark request:
      • $984,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2008 described as University of North Carolina Collaborative Initiative in Biomedical Imaging (NC)
    • Integrated Biomass Refining Institute (related to University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill) was listed an earmark request:
      • $984,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2008 described as Integrated Biomass Refining Institute at North Carolina State University
    • Morehead Planetarium and Science Center (related to University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill) was listed an earmark request:
      • $167,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2009 described as Morehead Planetarium and Science Center, Chapel Hill, NC for a digitization project
    • North Carolina Central University (related to University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill) was listed on earmark requests:
      • $400,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2009 described as North Carolina Central University Juvenile Mentoring and Leadership Academy
      • $128,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2009 described as North Carolina Central University, Durham, NC for academic enrichment activities, including parental involvement
      • $282,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2008 described as North Carolina Central University Leadership Academy for African-American Males
      • $162,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2008 described as North Carolina Central University, for academic enrichment activities, including parental involvement
    • North Carolina State University (related to University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill) was listed on earmark requests:
      • $4,841,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2010 described as Wood Utilization, AK, ID, LA, ME, MI, MN, MS, NC, OR, TN, WV
      • $2,400,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2010 described as Secure Open Source Initiative
      • $100,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2010 described as North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC for a children's engineering and technological literacy program
      • $1,000,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2009 described as NC State University Textile Research
      • $410,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2009 described as North Carolina State University Center for Sustainable Life Support for Human Exploration
      • $2,400,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2008 described as Secure Open Systems Institute
    • University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (related to Elizabeth City State University), University of North Carolina at Charlotte (related to University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill) was listed an earmark request:
      • $984,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2008 described as University of North Carolina Collaborative Initiative in Biomedical Imaging (NC)

Family Member Lisa Price (wife)