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Kyrsten Sinema Net Worth: How Rich is Senator from Arizona Actually?



Kyrsten Sinema Net Worth

Kyrsten Sinema is a 45 years old American politician and lawyer. She is currently serving as the senior United States Senator from Arizona, representing the state in Congress since January 3, 2019. Kyrsten has previously served as the United States Representative for Arizona’s 9th congressional district for six years from 2013 to 2019. As of 2021, Kyrsten Sinema net worth is estimated to be roughly $1 million.

Full Name Kyrsten Lea Sinema
Birth Date July 12, 1976
Birth Place Tucson, Arizona, United States
Profession Politician, Lawyer
Ex-husband Blake Dain
Net Worth $1 million

Early life

Kyrsten Sinema was born on the 12th of July, 1976 in Tucson, Arizona, United States. She was born to her parents, Dan and Marilyn Sinema. Her dad, Dan was an attorney. She was a kid when her parents separated with a divorce. Following her parent’s separation, her mom took over the custody of the kids and remarried. Kyrsten grew up with two siblings; an elder brother and a younger sister.

Regarding her educational background, she has studied at Walton High School. Then, she joined Brigham Young University from where she earned her University degree in 1995. Kyrsten later attended Arizona State University where she earned a Master of Social work degree in 1999. She also studied at the Arizona State University College of Law and received a J. D. degree in 2004.

Kyrsten Sinema Net Worth & Career


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Kyrsten, at the initial stage of her life, has actively served as a social worker. She dedicated seven years of her life serving in the Washington Elementary School District. Then, in 2002, she started her political career by joining the Arizona Green party. Kyrsten later joined the Arizona Democratic Party in 2004.

Sinema ran as an independent for the Arizona House of Representatives in 2002, where she finished in the last place. In 2004, after joining the Democratic Party, she along with David Lujan earned the victory in the Democratic primaries for Arizona’s 15th district. Kyrsten defeated Republican Bob Thomas in the 2020 election of the Arizona Senate, with a 63 to 37 percent vote margin.

Kyrsten was named one of 32 state legislators to the White House Health Reform Task Force by the former U. S. President, Barack Obama. After a year, she was named one of Time magazine’s 40 Under 40. Sinema made an announcement bidding for Congress in January 2012 in the 9th congressional district. She officially took office in January 2013 after winning by 4 percentage points.

Sinema announced herself as one of the candidates for the Class I United States Senate seat on September 28, 2017. She became the first woman to represent Arizona in the United States Senate after she was sworn as a member of the United States Senate on January 3, 2019.

Kyrsten voted against an increment of the federal minimum wage to $15 per hour in March 2021. She was recently opposed by her own supporters after making a refusal to remove the filibuster to pass new voting rights laws in the current year. Many civil rights activists and dozens of liberal voters went against her and protested outside her office in Phoenix.

Kyrsten Sinema Personal Life

Kyrsten Sinema is openly bisexual. She was previously married to her Brigham Young University classmate, Blake Dain. However, she couldn’t sustain her marriage for long, and she ultimately ended her married life by divorce.

Kyrsten Sinema Net Worth

As of 2021, Kyrsten Sinema’s personal wealth is estimated to be around $1 million. She must have earned the hefty sum through serving in the political field for nearly two decades.

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  1. A Wolfe

    November 2, 2021 at 2:44 am

    I have heard that there are few if any true bisexuals – that in general those who call themselves that are actually gay. Whatever. Sinema left social work for self-absorption. She is now using her social skills to climb the political ladder, not in a positive way, but to put a crimp in the social reforms the democrats are attempting to institute and to pad her purse plus her position on the social ladder. She is not doing anything productive at this point in time, unless adding to the nay-saying of the Republicans can be considered productive. The Republicans are leading us downward to climate hell; huge fires in the west, soon the midwest, flooding at the coasts, and soon all over, and ever increasingly hectic storms, hurricanes, and tornadoes. Our economy and way of life will be wrecked slowly but surely if this is not halted. It could happen In the next several decades. These blockheads may not live to see that, but they would be the architects.

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