Debbie Dingell is an American politician born on the 23rd of November of 1953 in Detroit, Michigan, United States. Debbie is a Democratic Party politician who has been the U.S. Representative for Michigan’s 12th congressional district since the year 2015.
|Net Worth||$10 million|
|Children||Jennifer,Jeanne,Chris and John Dingell Jr.|
Dingell has served as the president of the General Motors Foundation and as executive director of Global Community Relations. Debbie was married to her husband, John Dingell in th year 1981. Debbie was a republican but after her marriage, she became a democrat as her husband was a democratic politician at the time.
Eid Mubarak to everyone celebrating Eid al-Adha! Wishing you all a peaceful celebration with loved ones and friends. pic.twitter.com/5uIP6fCA2F
— Rep. Debbie Dingell (@RepDebDingell) July 31, 2020
10 Facts on Debbie Dingell
- At the age of 67 years, Debbie is a widow since the death of her husband in February 7of 2019. The couple together has four children, two sons, and two daughters.
- Debbie is a graduate of the Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service at Georgetown University in the year 1975.
- The congresswoman’s husband is her predecessor in the congressional seat that she is serving today. John Dingell was the longest-serving congressman in the country’s history.
- Dingell was elected as the Board of Governors of Wayne State University in November of 2006.
- The congresswoman is an active member of a number of charitable boards in Michigan and Washington DC.
- Debbie Dingell is a founder and past chairwoman of the National Women’s Health Resource Center and the Children’s Inn at the National Institutes of Health.
- Dingell has 92.8k followers on Twitter and 7.7k followers on Instagram. She recently tweeted for helping the injured on the explosion that occurred in Beirut on August 4.
- With the easy House primary win for Congresswoman Debbie, the Dingell family has served and represented the Michigan district for the 86th consecutive times so far.
- In the year 2018, Congresswoman Debbie introduced the law that would give the Consumer Product Safety Commission the authority to recall defective firearms.
- After the death of Debbie Dingell’s husband, her net worth in 2020 is estimated at $10 million.