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Family Ties for Sen. Harry Reid (-Nevada)
In Office
Alternate Name: Harry Mason Reid

 
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. Harry Reid Family

Family Member Key G. Reid (son)

    Listed as lobbyist by registrants:

    Lobbied on behalf of:

  • EarmarksKey G. Reid is associated with organizations that have received earmarks from Sen. Harry Reid (-NV):

    • Boulder City, Nev. was listed on earmark requests:
      • $290,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2010 described as City of Boulder City for water infrastructure improvements
      • $855,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2009 described as Boulder City Bypass Improvements
      • $500,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2009 described as Boulder City, Third Water Intake
      • $245,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2008 described as Boulder City Bypass Project
    • City of Las Vegas was listed on earmark requests:
      • $600,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2010 described as Emergency Operations Center, City of Las Vegas, NV
      • $200,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2010 described as City of Las Vegas, NV, Foreclosure prevention and intervention program
      • $523,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2009 described as Southern Nevada Health District, Las Vegas, NV, for management of the hepatitis C outbreak in Southern Nevada
      • $400,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2009 described as City of Las Vegas for copper wire theft prevention efforts
      • $142,725 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2009 described as City of Las Vegas Plug-In Hybrid Vehicle Demonstration Program
      • $196,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2008 described as City of Las Vegas, to complete renovation and transformation of the historic Post Office in downtown Las Vegas to a museum on local history
    • City of North Las Vegas, Nev. was listed an earmark request:
      • $2,749,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2009 described as City of North Las Vegas
    • University of Nevada, Reno was listed on earmark requests:
      • $1,600,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2010 described as Development of Deployable Biosensors
      • $500,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2010 described as Nevada Arid Rangelands Initiative, NV
      • $200,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2009 described as Grant Sawyer Center, University of Nevada at Reno judicial education
      • $2,681,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2008 described as University of Nevada, Reno, Center for Materials Reliability (NV)
      • $1,968,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2008 described as University of Nevada, To the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering for continued expansion of James E. Rogers and Louis Weiner Jr. Large-Scale Structures Laboratory
      • $1,192,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2008 described as Food and Agriculture Policy Research Institute
      • $738,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2008 described as University of Nevada, Reno, Technology Transfer Inititiative
      • $400,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2008 described as Hispanic business and demographic information initiative, University of Nevada
      • $365,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2008 described as Nevada Arid Rangelands initiative
    • Black Mountain Institute (related to University of Nevada, Reno) was listed an earmark request:
      • $95,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2009 described as Black Mountain Institute, for undergraduate and graduate instruction in literature, humanities, creative writing, translation and for international and study abroad programs
    • Boulder City (Nev.) Police Department (related to Boulder City, Nev.) was listed on earmark requests:
      • $250,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2010 described as Regional Law Enforcement Training Facility Equipment
      • $600,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2009 described as Chief of Police, Police Dept Regional Law Enforcement Training Facility
    • College of Southern Nevada (related to University of Nevada, Reno) was listed on earmark requests:
      • $2,400,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2010 described as Gas Engine Driven Air Conditioning
      • $718,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2008 described as Community College of Southern Nevada, purchase of equipment and other support for Internet-based course offerings
    • Desert Research Institute (related to University of Nevada, Reno) was listed an earmark request:
      • $1,200,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2010 described as Mobile Aerosol Monitoring System for the Department of Defense
    • Fire Science Academy (related to University of Nevada, Reno) was listed an earmark request:
      • $984,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2008 described as University of Nevada, Reno, Fire Science Academy at Elko
    • Great Basin College (related to University of Nevada, Reno) was listed on earmark requests:
      • $1,000,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2010 described as Great Basin College Direct-Use Geothermal Demonstration Project (NV)
      • $335,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2008 described as Great Basin College, museum exhibit development and education program outreach
    • National Center for Energy Management and Building Technologies (related to University of Nevada, Reno), University of Nevada, Las Vegas (related to University of Nevada, Reno) was listed on earmark requests:
      • $492,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2008 described as University of Nevada, Las Vegas, National Center for Energy Management
      • $492,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2008 described as University of Nevada, Las Vegas, National Center for Energy Management
    • National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges (related to University of Nevada, Reno) was listed on earmark requests:
      • $1,875,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2010 described as Child Abuse Training Programs for Judicial Personnel: Victims Act Model Courts Project
      • $600,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2010 described as Judicial Training, Research & Technical Assistance
      • $1,800,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2009 described as National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges Judicial Education, Research & Technical Assistance
      • $940,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2008 described as National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges
    • Nevada State College (related to University of Nevada, Reno) was listed on earmark requests:
      • $900,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2010 described as Nevada State College, Henderson, NV for nursing education programs, which may include equipment and technology
      • $285,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2009 described as Nevada State College, Henderson, NV, for teacher preparation programs
      • $310,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2008 described as Nevada State College, math and science teacher initiatives
    • Nevada System of Higher Education (related to University of Nevada, Reno) was listed an earmark request:
      • $951,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2009 described as Nevada System of Higher Education, Las Vegas, NV, for equipment purchase for nursing and medical clinical skills labs
    • Truckee Meadows Community College (Reno, Nev.) (related to University of Nevada, Reno) was listed on earmark requests:
      • $600,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2010 described as Truckee Meadows Community College, Reno, NV, to establish an online degree program for non-traditional students
      • $285,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2009 described as Truckee Meadows Community College, Reno, NV, for recruiting, mentoring and providing supportive services
    • University of Nevada Health Sciences System (related to University of Nevada, Reno) was listed an earmark request:
      • $958,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2008 described as University of Nevada Health Sciences System, for construction and equipment.
    • University of Nevada, Las Vegas (related to University of Nevada, Reno) was listed on earmark requests:
      • $1,600,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2010 described as Bio-Surveillance in a Highly Mobile Population
      • $750,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2010 described as Gravity Insensitive Solid-Gas Sorption Climate Control System
      • $350,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2010 described as Nevada Immigrant Resource Clinic
      • $984,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2008 described as University of Nevada, Las Vegas, Nevada Water in the 21st Century Multi-Disciplinary Research Project
      • $738,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2008 described as University of Nevada, Las Vegas, Solar Cell Nanotechnology
      • $670,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2008 described as University of Nevada, for construction at the School of Public Health.
      • $590,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2008 described as University of Nevada, Las Vegas, Light Emitting Diode Display Engineering
      • $580,450 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2008 described as University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV), Las Vegas, NV, for the ITFFRO Center.
      • $344,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2008 described as University of Nevada-Las Vegas for In-Situ Nanomechanics
      • $267,900 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2008 described as University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV) Immigrant Resource Project. Las Vegas, NV for a legal education program.
    • University of Nevada School of Medicine (related to University of Nevada, Reno) was listed on earmark requests:
      • $2,400,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2010 described as In-Field Body Temperature Conditioner
      • $800,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2010 described as University of Nevada School of Medicine, Reno, NV, to establish a diabetes management program
      • $750,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2010 described as University of Nevada School of Medicine, Reno, NV, for facilities and equipment at the Center for Molecular Medicine
      • $571,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2009 described as University of Nevada School of Medicine, Reno, NV, for the Center for Molecular Medicine, including equipment
      • $1,436,000 ultimately approved in fiscal year 2008 described as University of Nevada School of Medicine, Center for Molecular Medicine, for the purchase of equipment and for construction.

Family Member Steven Barringer (Steve) (son-in-law)


Family Member Terrell Henry (daughter-in-law's brother)


Family Member Rory Jason Reid (son)


Family Member Landra Gould Reid (wife)