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David Safavian

AKA David Hossein Safavian

Born: c. 1967
Birthplace: Michigan

Gender: Male
Race or Ethnicity: Middle Eastern
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Government
Party Affiliation: Republican

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: Former OMB administrator

Mother: Karen
Wife: Jennifer McLaughlin Safavian
Daughter: Kathleen

    University: BA Political Science, St. Louis University
    Law School: JD, Detroit College of Law (1993)
    Law School: LLM Tax Law, Georgetown University

    US Office of Management and Budget Administrator, Office of Federal Procurement Policy (2003-05)
    General Services Administration Chief of Staff (2002-03)
    Congressional Staff Chief of Staff to Rep. Chris Cannon (2001-02)
    Janus-Merritt Strategies Co-Founder (1997)
    Alaskans for Don Young Inc.
    Americans for a Republican Majority
    Bush-Cheney '04
    Cantor for Congress
    Dave Camp for Congress '98
    Dave Camp for Congress 2010
    Ensign for Senate
    Friends of Conrad Burns 2000
    Friends of John Boehner
    Friends of John Conyers
    George W. Bush for President
    Gerald C 'Jerry' Weller for Congress
    Governor Engler Leadership Fund
    Heather Wilson for Senate
    Islamic Institute Lobbyist
    JD Hayworth for Congress
    Jon Christensen for Congress Committee
    Keep Our Mission PAC
    Mike Pappas for Senate
    Paxon PAC
    Santorum 2006
    Steve Chabot for Congress
    Tom Davis for Congress
    Making False Statements convicted of three counts (20-Jun-2006), overturned (17-Jun-2008), convicted again (19-Dec-2008)
    Obstruction of Justice convicted (20-Jun-2006), overturned (17-Jun-2008), convicted again (19-Dec-2008)
    Abramoff Scandal
    Iranian Ancestry


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