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Ed Pastor's Biography

Deceased

Contact Information

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Full Name:

Edward 'Ed' López Pastor

Gender:

Male

Family:

Wife: Verma; 2 Children: Yvonne, Laura

Birth Date:

06/28/1943

Birth Place:

Claypool, AZ

Home City:

Phoenix, AZ

Religion:

Roman Catholic

JD, College of Law, Arizona State University, 1974

BA, Chemistry, Arizona State University, 1966

Former Chief Deputy Democratic Whip, United States House of Representatives

Representative, United States House of Representatives, 1991-2014

Delegate, Democratic National Convention, 1972-2008

Member, Board of Supervisors, Maricopa County, 1976-1991

Won Special Election, Experience, United States House of Representatives, September 1991

Former Member, Appropriations Committee, United States House of Representatives

Member, Arts Caucus

Member, Biotechnology Caucus

Member, Border Caucus

Member, Congressional Asian Pacific American Caucus

Member, Congressional Bike Caucus

Member, Congressional Caucus on Women's Issues

Member, Congressional Children's Caucus

Former Chair, Congressional Hispanic Caucus

Treasurer, Congressional Hispanic Caucus

Secretary, Congressional Hispanic Caucus

Member, Congressional Progressive Caucus

Member, Democratic Party Leadership Advisory Group

Member, Democratic Steering and Policy Committee

Member, Executive Board, Democratic Study Group

Member, Human Rights Caucus

Member, Minor League Baseball Caucus

Former Member, Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence, United States House of Representatives

Member, Port Security Caucus

Member, Sportsmen's Caucus

Former Member, Subcommittee on Department of Defense Intelligence and Overhead Architecture, United States House of Representatives

Former Member, Subcommittee on Energy and Water Development, and Related Agencies, United States House of Representatives

Former Member, Subcommittee on Financial Services and General Government, United States House of Representatives

Former Ranking Member, Subcommittee on Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies, United States House of Representatives

Member, Travel and Tourism Caucus

Member, United States Capitol Preservation Commission

Teacher, Chemistry, North High School

Deputy Director, Guadalupe Organization, Incorporated

Staff, Governor Raul Castro, 1971-1972

Member, Advisory Board, National Job Corps Alumni Association

Member, Advisory Council, Arizona Trail Association

Former Board Member, Arizona Joint Partnership Training Council

Former Director-at-Large, Arizona State University Alumni Association

Former Founding Board Member, Arizona State University, Los Diablos Alumni Association

President, Board of Directors, National Association of Latino Elected and Appointed Officials

Former Advisory Member, Boys and Girls Club of Metropolitan Phoenix

Former Board Member, Chicanos Por La Casa

Former Board Member, Friendly House

Board Member, Kids Voting Arizona

Former Board Member, National Conference of Christians and Jews

Former Board Chair, National Council of La Raza

Board Member, Neighborhood Housing Services of America

Former Board Member, Phoenix Economic Growth Corporation

Member, Phoenix Town Hall

Former Board Member, Sun Angel Foundation

Honorary Director, Timber Trails Children's Project, Incorporated

Former Vice President, Valley of the Sun United Way

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