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John Richard Kasich was born on the 13 May 1952 in McKees Rocks, Pennsylvania USA, of Croatian and Czech ancestry. He is now known as an American politician, the present governor of Ohio. In 2015, he joined the 2016 presidential race for a Republican party. Kasich was also an investment banker and a managing director at Lehman Brothers bank, which has probably had the biggest impact on his total net worth.
So, just how rich is John Kasich? Well, as of early 2016, the politician’s net worth is estimated by sources to be over $10 million, the larger part of his wealth having come from various assets and funds he owns. As a congressman, John Kasich has a salary of around $140,000. When he was as a partner at the Lehman Brothers bank and a Fox News analyst, his yearly income was around $500,000. In addition to his wealth, a good portion of family assets and funds belongs to John’s wife and daughters – it is even rumoured that a large part of his wealth is actually his wife Karen’s, who also has large investments in Ohio-based companies such as L Brands, Cardinal Health, American Electric Power and Procter and Gamble.
John Kasich Net Worth $10 Million
He is known to be a very reserved person and hardly ever talks about his personal life in his interviews to media. For that reason, it is not known precisely what vehicles and residences he owns. They all live at Genoa Township home worth $759,500.
He spent his childhood in McKees Rocks, where he went to school and was very good at math. He then attended Ohio State University, where he graduated with a bachelors degree in political science. While he was a student, he wrote a letter to President Richard Nixon about his concerns for the state. When he was just 26, he became a senator for Ohio in 1978, and apart from his political career, he was also a commentator on Fox News Channel.
In 2011, Kasich became the 69th Governor of Ohio. During the duration of his years of service as a governor, Ohio became the state where it was easy to find a job. He is a member of the Republican Party and fully supports its views, for example having been in a strong fight against abortion. In 2015, Kasich became a presidential candidate for the second time, having failed in 2000. In his campaign, he has raised $11.7 million, which has put him around 10th place among other candidates. His allies describe him as a persistent campaigner.
Concerning his private life, he was married to Mary Lee Griffith from 1975 to 1980. he has a Mary Lee Griffith was from 1975 to 1980 , and has been married to Karen Walgbillig since 1997 and they have two daughters. Although his family should currently live at the Ohio governor’s official residence, they do not because it is far from his children’s school. Therefore, he addresses the media and hosts official parties and meetings there, but they all live at Genoa Township home. He was brought up as a Catholic, but now he is a Christian.
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|1||Release of his book, "Courage is Contagious: Ordinary People Doing Extraordinary Things to Change the Face of America".|
|2||Release of his book, "Every Other Monday: Twenty Years of Life, Lunch, Faith and Friendship".|
|3||Hosts the television program Heartland (2001) airing Saturday nights on the Fox News Channel. He is also regularly seen guest-hosting The O'Reilly Factor (1996).|
|4||Release of his book, "Stand for Something: The Battle for America's Soul".|
|5||Hometown is Columbus, Ohio.|
|6||Elected Governor of Ohio on November 2, 2010.|
|7||Announced his candidacy for governor of Ohio on June 1, 2009.|
|8||Was raised in the Roman Catholic Church, but reconsidered his faith after his parents were killed in an automobile accident in 1987. He now attends a non-denominational evangelical Christian Church.|
|9||Graduated from Ohio State University in 1974 with a B.A. in political science. While there, he joined the Alpha Sigma Phi fraternity.|
|10||Father of twin daughters, born in 2000.|
|11||Former Republican congressman from Ohio (1983-2001).|
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