Net Worth: $4'000'000
Jon Ossoff is a prominent American politician who has a net worth of about 4’000’000. Jon Ossoff became national attention first because of his 2020 campaign for the United States Senate. On January 6, 2021, it was confirmed that Ossoff defeated his opponent David Purdue. As part of this race, Jon published financial disclosures that estimated his net worth at somewhere in the range of 2. 3’000’000 and $8.8’000’000, depending on valuations of various assets. That range includes a $1 $5’000’000 estimate for the value of his company Insight TWO, a documentary production company. Thomas Jonathan Ossoff was born in Atlanta, Georgia, on February 16, 1987. His grandfather became rich as co-owner of a leather factory. His mother, Heather Benton, is the co-founder of Empower PAC, a political action committee that aims to help women get elected to local offices in Georgia. His father is the owner of Stafford Publications. Jon interned for representative John Lewis in high school. He attended Georgetown University For college and graduated from the School of Foreign Service in 2009. He then earned a Master of Science from the London School of Economics, where He received his Ph.D. in 2013. Insight TWO: Upon graduating, while still living in London, Jon went to work for a production company called Insight: The World Investigates (Insight TWO). Insight went on to produce several documentaries for a variety of networks, including BBC. Ossoff took over majority control of the company and became CEO Using a 250’000 inheritance from his grandfather. Political Career Ossoff worked for five years as a Congressional staffer for Representative Hank Johnson. Jon announced his candidacy to fill his seat In 2017 after Georgia representative Tom Price was appointed Secretary of Health and Human Services. Both John Lewis and Hank Johnson have signed on to Ossoff. The race went to a runoff, where he was defeated. Ossoff launched a campaign to unseat Georgia’s incumbent Senator David Purdue In 2020. In the November general election, neither candidate received 50% of the vote, so the campaign was sent to another runoff. Jon Ossoff was confirmed as the winner of his race against David Purdue On January 6, 2021. Jon is married to Alisha Kramer, an ORGAN at Emory University Hospital.
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