Bob Dole net worth

Robert Joseph Dole was an American politician who represented Kansas in the United States Senate from 1969 to 1996. He was the Republican Leader of the Senate during the final 11 years of his tenure, including three non-consecutive years as Senate Majority Leader.

Bob Dole net worth
Bob Dole net worth

Bob Dole was a former American political leader and a lawyer who represented the state of Kansas in the United States Senate. He was a leader of a republican party with a net worth of $50 million. He was born in 1923 and he passed away on 5 December 2021 at the age of 98 years. He has also served as a member of the house of representatives. He was a Republican nominee for the role of the vice president of the USA in the year 1976 and was also a Republican nominee for the presidential elections in 1996. He has been awarded various awards such as the bronze star and purple heart. He has also served the US Army during WWII. After his political career, he went on to write many books, act in various shows, and did brand endorsements for Viagra and many others.

Bob Dole Biography

Net Worth $50 Million
Name Bob Dole
Age 98
Height (1.8 m)
Weight 80KG (Approx)
Profession Politician
Date Of Birth July 22, 1923
Birthplace Kansas, USA
Nationality American
Income $2 Million (Annual)
Spouse Elizabeth Dole

Bob Dole Net Worth

Full Name: Bob Dole
Net Worth: $50 Million
Age: 98
Country: United States
Born: July 22, 1923
Salary: $1 Million
Last Updated: 2022

Bob Dole Net Worth Growth

Net Worth in 2022 $50 Million
Net Worth in 2021 $50 Million
Net Worth in 2020 $48 Million
Net Worth in 2019 $47 Million
Net Worth in 2018 $46 Million

Early Life

Bob Dole was born on 22 July 1923 in Kansas, USA. His father owned a small creamery shop to feed the family. Dole completed his schooling at Russell High School and went on to join the University of Kansas. He had to leave university mid-way when the second world war broke out.

His name was enlisted, in the US Army. After having served in WWII, he was seriously wounded and took time to heal back completely. He enrolled at the University of Arizona and then got transferred to Washburn University. He completed both his undergraduate course and took a degree in law.

Personal Life

Bob Dole was first married to Phyllis Holden, and they had a child together. However, the couple got divorced a few years after they got married. He then went on to marry Elizabeth Dole in 1975. He had erectile dysfunction and had done surgeries for his hip. He was also diagnosed with pneumonia. He was then diagnosed with lung cancer which took his life on 5 December 2021.

Assets and Properties

Not much information is available about the properties and assets that Bob Dole owned. Dole lived at his house in North maple, situated at Russell, where his family had lived. Not much is known about his car collections.

Income Sources

Bob Dole had many sources of income. He mainly earned it through his career in politics. Dole made about $148k every month as a senator and was also receiving a pension through military benefits. He had written many books which were best sellers. Dole served as a host for various tv shows and did brand endorsements for Viagra and Pepsi. He had also served as a chairman at various offices. He also made money by being the head of the Federal City Council and was also involved in a lot of voluntary work.

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Bob Dole took part in WWII in 1945 and was awarded the purple star for his contributions. He then went on to practice law at the Russell County court for eight years and then joined politics. He was elected to the house of representatives from 1952 to 1969. He then served as a member of the senate for about 27 years.

He was also the chairman of the republican national committee and then went on to be nominated for the vice-presidential elections in 1976 and a nominee for the presidential elections in 1996. In 1997, he was awarded the presidential medal of freedom and the congressional gold medal in 2018. Post his political career Dole also wrote books, acted in tv shows, and did endorsements.

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