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Former U.S. Representative for Nevada's 1st congressional district, serving since 1999 until 2013.
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ENG:Rochelle "Shelley" Berkley (born Rochelle Levine; January 20, 1951) was the U.S. Representative for Nevada's 1st congressional district, serving since 1999 until 2013. In 2012, she was an unsuccessful candidate for U.S. Senate. She is a member of the Democratic Party. Early life, education, and legal career Berkley was born Rochelle Levine in New York City, New York, the daughter of Estelle (née Colonomos) and William Levine. Her paternal grandparents were Russian Jews and her mother's family were Sephardic Jews from Thessaloniki, Greece. Berkley moved with her family to Nevada when she was a junior high school student, attending Fremont Junior High. After completing high school, she became the first member of her family to attend college when she enrolled as an ...
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Congr. Berkley views Caughlin fire devastation in Reno

Nevada congresswoman and U.S. Senate candidate Shelley Berkley viewed the devastation of the recent Caughlin Fire in southwest Reno on Monday, recalling her initial response when she learned of the Nov. 18 disaster that burned nearly 2,000 acres, destroyed 30 homes and damaged 42 others. "Obviously, as soon as I got word, I was in Washington, I immediately contacted the governor who told me he had declared a state of emergency," said Berkley, a Las Vegas Democrat, who running for the seat held by Sen. Dean Heller, R-Carson City. "I took the initiative to get a hold of FEMA (Federal Emergency ...

A Congresswoman’s Cause Is Often Her Husband’s Gain

At the University Medical Center here, alarms were set off three years ago — kidney transplants were failing at unusually high rates, and some patients were even dying. Federal regulators moved to shut down the kidney transplant program, but the proposed penalty brought a rebuke from Representative Shelley Berkley, Democrat of Nevada, who helped lead a successful effort to get the officials from Washington to back down. In pleading for a reprieve, Ms. Berkley and other members of Nevada’s Congressional delegation said they were acting on behalf of the state’s families, ...

Berkley’s Senate campaign raises almost double Dean Heller’s

... take for thequarter Sen. Dean Heller sent out more than one email urging supporters to donate as much as they could to his Senate campaign, before the midnight deadline for the third fundraising quarter. Now the cause of his sense of urgency is obvious: Heller posted a third quarter fundraising total that is just over half that of his opponent, Rep. Shelley Berkley’s. Heller, a Republican, raised $675,000, Sun columnist Jon Ralston confirmed Thursday; Berkley, a Democrat, raised $1.2 million. Berkley outraised Heller in the second quarter too, but by a narrower margin: in the ...

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