Quick Facts of Adam Daniel Kinzinger
|Full Name||Adam Daniel Kinzinger|
|Date of Birth||1978 /02 /27|
|Profession||U.S. Representative for Illinois's 16th congressional district, Poltician|
|Active Year||2003 to Present|
|Online Presence||Wikipedia, twitter,facebook|
Short Description of Adam Kinzinger:
Adam Daniel Kinzinger is the U.S. Representative for Illinois’s 16th congressional district. Adam Kinzinger was first elected to Congress in the year of 2010, winning election to represent Illinois’s 11th congressional district. is a member of the Republican Party. After redistricting, he was re-elected to Congress in both year 2012 and 2014 to represent Illinois’s 16th congressional district.
Early life & Education
Kinzinger was born Feb 27, 1978, in Kankakee. he is the son of Betty Jo, (teacher) and Rus Kinzinger, (CEO of faith-based organizations) raised in Bloomington, Illinois with his parents. He studied at Normal Community West High School in 1996 and graduated bachelor’s degree from Illinois State University in 2000. When he was a student at Illinois State, Kinzinger went for election as a County Board member in McLean County, Illinois in 1998. He won, defeating an incumbent County Board member. Kinzinger remained on the board until 2003.
Revealing his career, Kinzinger served as an intern for former U.S. Senator Peter Fitzgerald shortly after his graduation from Illinois Nation. In 2003, he joined the United States Air Force. On Feb 2, 2010, Kinzinger won the five-candidate Republican primary 64% vote. In 2011, Kinzinger was ranked 5th on The Hill’s annual among “50 Most Beautiful People” list, which ranks anyone who constantly works on Capitol Hill.
In the March Republican primary, Kinzinger won Manzullo, 56%–44%. In the general election, he defeated Democrat Wanda Rohl, 62%–38%. In 2014, Kinzinger won with 78% of the vote. In the general election, Kinzinger faced Democratic nominee Randall Olsen again he won with 71% of the vote. After a year later, Kinzinger won in March 2016 Republican primary with 100% of the vote. At that time, no candidates filed for the Democratic primary for his seat.
On August 3, 2016, Kinzinger published openly that he did not support GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump. “I’m an American before I’m a Republican,” he told “CNN’s Wolf Blitzer, adding that “I’m a Republican because I believe that Republicanism is the best way to defend the United States of America. Trump throws all of these Republican principles on their head.” Kinzinger noted, however, that he also did support Democratic Party presidential nominee Hillary Clinton, Kinzinger is a member of both the Republican Study Committee Kinzinger voted Yes on the 2017 GOP Healthcare Bill, a Bill that would repeal major parts of Obamacare.
Personal life & Networth:
Revealing his personal history, In 2011, Kinzinger engaged to a fellow pilot, Air Force Captain Riki Meyers, the engagement was invited off in 2012.They have no children yet. His successful career as a leader is in more height than his earnings and salary. He has a normal net worth is $205,003.