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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.

  • Saltsman, John B. Jr. (Chip)
    Rep. David Kustoff (R-TN)
    2011 Report Notes: Compensation >$5,000: Fleischmann for Congress; Civil Design; Dresner Wicker; Hydro Tech (Jefferson, Ind.); Pilot (Knoxville, Tenn.); Strategy Group (Delaware, Ohio); Palmer Engineering (Winchester, Ky.)
  • Sandy, John A.
    Sen. Jim Risch (R-ID)
    2008 Report Notes: Compensation >$5,000: SVL Infotech
  • Schloesser, Christopher John (Chris)
    Rep. Ro Khanna (D-CA)
    2009 Report Notes: Compensation >$5,000: Lobbying firm clients include Alcatel-Lucent; Balloon Council; BP America Inc.; Center for American Progress Action Fund; Frontier Performance Polymers Corp.; Garden State Ethanol; Honeywell, Electronic Protection; Hudson County Improvement Authority; LeFrak Organization; Lehigh Technologies; Montclair State University; National Association of Independent Life Brokerage Agencies; New Jersey Institute of Technology; NJN Foundation; Patni Life Sciences; Princeton Public Affairs Group;; ResponseAnalytics; Stevens Institute of Technology; Union County
  • Schrage, Steven P. (Steve)
    Former Sen. Scott Brown (R-MA) Defeated
    2010 Report Notes: Compensation >$5,000: CSIS; Romney for President, Foreign Policy and Trade Director
  • Schroeder, Theodore Bartlett (Ted)
    Senate Judiciary Committee
    2010 Report Notes: Compensation >$5,000: O'Melveny and Myers LLP (2009); FedEx Ground, legal services (2009)
  • Schwartz, Jodi L.
    Sen. Ben Cardin (D-MD)
    2008 Report Notes: Compensation >$5,000: Columbus Regional Health Systems, grant writing consulting
  • Schwartz, Michelle Denise
    Former Sen. Frank Lautenberg (D-NJ) Died in Office
    2010 Report Notes: Compensation >$5,000: Williams and Connolly; AES Corp.; Frankin Raines
  • Simon, Brian W.
    Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand (D-NY)
    2010 Report Notes: Compensation >$5,000: Blueprint Strategy Group; Gioia for New York
  • Smith, Jamie Elizabeth
    Senate Commerce, Science and Transportation Committee
    2009 Report Notes: Compensation >$5,000: Hilary Clinton Campaign
  • Stafford, Douglass A. (Doug)
    Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY)
    2011 Report Notes: Compensation >$5,000: Campaign for Liberty, consulting
  • Stenger, Ryan Michael
    Rep. Bob Gibbs (R-OH)
    2011 Report Notes: Compensation >$5,000: Gibbs for Congress; New York GOP; Josh Mandel for Treasurer; Scaturro for Congress; Urquhart for Congress; Cox for Congress; Ganley for Congress
  • Stokes, Spencer F.
    Sen. Mike Lee (R-UT)
    2011 Report Notes: Compensation >$5,000: Stokes Strategies, 1-800 Contacts, America First Credit Union, American Capitol Group, Cardon Health Group, Energy Solutions, ES3, HCA, Heber Light and Power, Magnum Energy, Management Training Corp., Power Company of Wyoming, Salt Lake County, Utah, Salt Lake Valley Fire Services, Staker Parson, Trans West Express, Utah Association of Energy Users, Utah League of Credit Unions, Weber State University, World Touch Technologies, Canyons School District
  • Stone, John Erwin II
    Rep. John Carter (R-TX)
    2008 Report Notes: Compensation >$5,000: U.S. Freedom Foundation, fundraising, public appearances, writing, consulting
  • Sullivan, Terence L. (Terry)
    Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL)
    2011 Report Notes: Compensation >$5,000: Clients of First Tuesday, On the Mark, Under the Power Lines: DeMint for Senate, Gresham Barrett for Governor, Mike Bouchard for Governor, Texans for Kay, Trey Gowdy for Congress, Shane Massey for Congress, Marco Rubio for Senate, Joe Wilson for Congress, Terri Lynn Land for Lt. Governor, South Carolina Victory 2010, Pam Bondi for Attorney General, South Carolina Republican Party, Rob Stutzman, Wolfe Group, Mercury Public Affairs, Palmetto Leadership Council, Republican National Committee, Scott Howell Co., Trey Gowdy for Solicitor, Tom Young for House, Bobby Harrell for House, Scott Ramsey for House, Greg Ryberg for Senate, Republican Party of Florida Victory, South Carolina Senate Republican Caucus, Boone for Sheriff, Creative Communications, Hall and Bowers, South Carolina Medical Association, South Carolina Republican Victory 2010