Congressional Directory for the 110th Congress (2007-2008), August 2008.
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    DIANNE FEINSTEIN, Democrat, of San Francisco, CA; born in San 
Francisco, June 22, 1933; education: B.A., Stanford University, 1955; 
elected to San Francisco Board of Supervisors, 1970-78; president of 
Board of Supervisors: 1970-71, 1974-75, 1978; mayor of San Francisco, 
1978-88; candidate for governor of California, 1990; recipient: 
Distinguished Woman Award, San Francisco Examiner; Achievement Award, 
Business and Professional Women's Club, 1970; Golden Gate University, 
California, LL.D. (hon.), 1979; SCOPUS Award for Outstanding Public 
Service, American Friends of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem; 
University of Santa Clara, D.P.S. (hon.); University of Manila, D.P.A. 
(hon.), 1981; Antioch University, LL.D. (hon.), 1983; Los Angeles Anti-
Defamation League of B'nai B'rith's Distinguished Service Award, 1984; 
French Legion d'Honneur from President Mitterand, 1984; Mills College, 
LL.D. (hon.), 1985; U.S. Army's Commander's Award for Public Service, 
1986; Brotherhood/Sisterhood Award, National Conference of Christians 
and Jews, 1986; Paulist Fathers Award, 1987; Episcopal Church Award for 
Service, 1987; U.S. Navy Distinguished Civilian Award, 1987; Silver Spur 
Award for Outstanding Public Service, San Francisco Planning and Urban 
Renewal Association, 1987; All Pro Management Team Award for No. 1 
Mayor, City and State Magazine, 1987; Community Service Award Honoree 
for Public Service, 1987; American Jewish Congress, 1987; President's 
Award, St. Ignatius High School, San Francisco, 1988; Coro Investment in 
Leadership Award, 1988; President's Medal, University of California at 
San Francisco, 1988; University of San Francisco, D.H.L. (hon.), 1988; 
member: Coro Foundation, Fellowship, 1955-56; California Women's Board 
of Terms and Parole, 1960-66, executive committee; U.S. Conference of 
Mayors, 1983-88; Mayor's Commission on Crime, San Francisco; Bank of 
California, director, 1988-89; San Francisco Education Fund's Permanent 
Fund, 1988-89; Japan Society of Northern California, 1988-89; Inter-
American Dialogue, 1988-present; married: Dr. Bertram Feinstein (dec.); 
married on January 20, 1980, to Richard C. Blum; children: one child; 
three stepchildren; religion: Jewish; committees: chair, Rules and 
Administration; chair, Joint Committee on the Library; vice chair, Joint 
Committee on Printing; Appropriations; Judiciary; Select Committee on 
Intelligence; elected to the U.S. Senate, by special election, on 
November 3, 1992, to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of 
Senator Pete 
Wilson; reelected to each succeeding Senate term.

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