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John Dingell is an American political figure who is a member of the Democratic Party (United States). Dingell’s most recent term began January 3, 1995, succeeding Jamie Whitten and ended January 3, 2015, succeeded by John Conyers. Dingell was born on July 8, 1926, in Colorado Springs, Colorado, U.S.. This article examines John Dingell’s net worth.
Dingell attended Georgetown University small Dingell is married to Helen Henebry (1952-1972); Debbie Dingell (1981-present) and has 4, including Christopher D. Dingell children.
Dingell has held the offices of Chair of the United States House Committee on Energy and Commerce, Ranking Member of the United States House Committee on Energy and Commerce, and Member of the; U.S. House of Representatives; from Michigan.
John Dingell is required to file a financial disclosure every year in office. As of the last year we looked at, Dingell has total liabilities of between $15001 and $100,000. This includes mortgage debt of up to $100,000.
In total, Dingell has assets worth between $4 million and $9 million. Included in these assets are $5 million in mutual funds, $600,000 in cash, and $15000 in real estate. Additionally, Dingell holds other assets of value, such as stakes in D2 Strategies, Enterprise Products Partners, Apple Inc, Microsoft Corp, Honeywell International, General Electric, Aircastle Ltd, Williams Companies, Walgreens Boots Alliance, Wal-mart Stores, Unitedhealth Group, Unilever, Schlumberger Ltd, and Procter & Gamble.
So what is political figure John Dingell’s net worth in 2018? Our estimate for John Dingell’s net worth as of 2018 is: $9 million