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Congressional Notable Staffer Disclosures

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Congressional staffers are featured on our "notable staffer disclosures" pages if they have disclosures that met certain criteria. We spotlight work on campaigns, prior or current work for interest groups, gifts received, certain positions held and other matters. For more details, see under "Data entry" on our About Financial Disclosures page.

Note: LegiStorm comprehensively reviewed all filings from 2007-2012 for these notes. Years after 2012 have not been fully reviewed. We are keeping this historical information available for reference purposes but are not updating the information.

  • Haines, David E.
    2009 Report Notes: Agreements: Will continue employment with Shell Exploration and Production Co. at the completion of Brookings Institution Fellowship
  • Hallock, David H. Jr.
    Sen. Mark Warner (D-VA)
    2010 Report Notes: Agreements: Pursuant to partnership agreement, will receive a lump sum payment in Dec. 2010 of partnership share calculated on services performed through Sept. 2010.
  • Hanes, Melodee (Mel)
    Former Sen. Max Baucus (D-MT) Resigned
    2009 Report Notes: Agreements: Employment agreement with the Department of Justice to become special adviser to Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention administrator. Salary between $120,000 and $150,000.
  • Hansen, Christopher James (Chris)
    Sen. Cory Gardner (R-CO)
    2011 Report Notes: Agreements: $30,000 win bonus for managing Gardner for Congress to victory, payable once campaign debt retired.
  • Harkins, Mark B.
    Former Rep. Brad Miller (D-NC) Retired
    2007 Report Notes: Agreements: July 17, 2007 Womble Carlyle Sandridge & Rice, senior government affairs representative starting on August 20, 2007
  • Harrison, Jaime R.
    House Democratic Whip
    2009 Report Notes: Agreements: Agreement with the Podesta Group to begin employment on Dec. 1, 2008
  • Harte, John J.
    Senate Indian Affairs Committee
    2007 Report Notes: Agreements: Ietan Consulting, July 2007, received lump sum bonus of $25,000, left funds in 401K and cash balance plans
  • Hawkings, Elisabeth Wright (Betsy)
    Rep. Andy Barr (R-KY)
    2009 Report Notes: Agreements: Amnesty International USA, commence employment as managing director of government relations, effective Jan. 5, 2009
  • Hayden, Charles
    Former Rep. Chaka Fattah (D-PA) Resigned
    2007 Report Notes: Agreements: February 12-October 15, 2006, leave of absence; January 5-May 24, 2007 leave of absence, February 13-October 14, 2006, Fattah for Mayor Exploratory, annual salary $120,000 without benefits; January 6-May 23, 2007, Fattah for Mayor Campaign, annual salary $180,000 without benefits
  • Head, Robert H.
    Rep. Kay Granger (R-TX)
    2009 Report Notes: Agreements: Agreement to begin employment at Lockheed Martin Corp.
  • Heath, John William Jr. (Jay)
    Senate Armed Services Committee
    2012 Report Notes: Agreements: Pursuant to employment agreement with McKenna, Long and Aldridge LLP, will become counsel with a salary between $100,001-$250,000 beginning May 2012
  • Hendricks, Brian M.
    Senate Commerce, Science and Transportation Committee
    2011 Report Notes: Agreements: Employment agreement with Nokia Siemens Networks to become head of technology policy on July 6, 2011. Terms of agreement include salary between $250,000-$500,000, a target bonus of 25% of salary, future equity.
  • Herrera-Flanigan, Jessica Rae
    House Homeland Security Committee
    2008 Report Notes: Agreements: Acceptance of future employment with Monument Policy Group.
  • Hickey, Liesl Gillespie
    Former Rep. Mark Kirk (R-IL) Ran for Senate
    2007 Report Notes: Agreements: Entered into an agreement to become campaign manager, The ONE Campaign, March 16, 2007.
  • Hoagland, G. William
    Senate Resolution and Reorganization Reserve
    2007 Report Notes: Agreements: Employment agreement with CIGNA Corp. to become Vice President for Public Policy. Terms of agreement include salary between $150,0000 and $200,000; bonus 45% of salary and stock options
  • Hogan, Joseph Michael Jr. (Mike)
    Former Sen. Ben Nelson (D-NE) Retired
    2010 Report Notes: Agreements: Pursuant to agreement for sale of Dogma, Inc. retail store will receive continuing payments for stock through 2013.
  • Hughes, David A. (Dave)
    Senate Finance Committee
    2010 Report Notes: Agreements: Non-qualified deferred compensation agreement with former employer Amgen Inc.
  • Hughes, William J. (Bill)
    House Republican Whip
    2011 Report Notes: Agreements: Employment agreement with Retail Industry Leaders Association to become senior vice president of government relations, salary of $290,000 and signing bonus of $25,000 2009 Report Notes: Agreements: Employment agreement with General Electric to become manager, government relations, salary between $200,000-$250,000