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Alan Blinken

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President  Bill Clinton
Religion  Judaism
Political party  Democratic Party
Profession  financial services
Education  Harvard University

Children  4 children
Spouse  Melinda Koch
Preceded by  Bruce Gelb
Name  Alan Blinken
Succeeded by  Paul L. Cejas
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Alma mater  Harvard University, B.A.
Born   1937 (age 84), New York, United States

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Alan John Blinken (born 1937) was the 2002 Democratic nominee for United States Senate in Idaho. He was defeated by the Republican incumbent, Larry Craig. Previously, as a resident of New York City in 1990, Blinken ran for the New York State Assembly in Manhattan, but lost to Republican John Ravitz.

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Blinken served as United States ambassador to Belgium from 1993 to 1997. Professionally he worked in the financial services industry, serving as president of Model Roland & Co. and as managing director of Wertheim Schroder & Co. He was a director of the Belgium-based biopharmaceutical manufacturer UCB.

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He is the grandson of the Ukrainian-born writer Meir Blinken. Blinken Auditorium at the Residential Academic Facility of The Washington Center is named after him.

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Alan Blinken Wikipedia


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