David Dudenhoefer is a famous American politician. He is currently a member of the Republic party who is running for the post of Michigan’s congressional district representatives. He made his way to the general election after defeating Linda Sawyer and Alfred Lemmo of the republic party. He is currently going against Rashida Tlaib of the Democratic, D. Etta Wilcoxon of the Green party, Articia Bomer of the U.S. Taxpayers Party of Michigan, and lastly Sam Johnson of the Working-class party on November 3, 2020.
David Dudenhoefer was a born politician. He even served as district chair for the 13th Congressional District Republican Committee since 2013 and has solved many of the issues in the community and now is the ballot to serve it again as he is very determined to win it.
|Height||5 ft 8 inches|
|Net Worth||Approx $1million|
|David Dudenhoefer #ReplaceRashida Tlaib|
10 facts on David Dudenhoefer:
- David Dudenhoefer was born in Wayne, Michigan, the USA on August 28, 1972.
- David’s age as of 2020 is 48 years as he hit the milestone just a couple of weeks ago.
- Despite being a famous politician and a member of the Detroit gaming industry he isn’t featured in Wikipedia yet.
- His net worth as of 2020 is approximately one million dollars but he hasn’t quite opened up about it.
- David Dudenhoefer recently started his family as he married Jacqueline in January 2019 just one and a half year ago.
- David and his newlywed wife are currently living in Boston, the USA and they are even expecting their first child in November 2020.
- David Dudenhoefer is a politician of the Republic Political Party and is currently going for the general election on November 3, 2020.
- He is currently fighting for issues in the community like proper healthcare, police reform, education, and job training, and lastly better economy.
- Talking about his religion he follows Christianity and is very much dedicated to his religious norms and value.
- He has his own Instagram account @dude4congress where he has more than 311 followers.
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