Ken Paxton is an American Politician and currently an Attorney General of Texas. Ken previously served as Texas State Senator for the 8th district from 2013 to 2015, his position is currently filled by his wife Angela Paxton. Ken was born in Minot Air Force Base in North Dakota, growing up he lived in various parts of the country because of his father’s duty.
Ken is charged with two first degree security fraud criminal charge and one third-degree felony charge for failing to register with state securities regulators. According to reports Ken might be facing an FBI investigation on his misconduct allegations.
|Birthday||December 23, 1962|
|Net Worth||$1 Million -$ 5 Million|
|Children||Tucker Paxton, Abby Paxton, Madison Paxton, Katie Paxton|
|Education||Baylor University, University of Virginia School of Law Profiles|
10 Facts on Ken Paxton
- Ken Paxton was born on December 23, 1962, in Minot, North Dakota, United States. He is 57 years old as of 2020.
- He has been in the office as Texas Attorney General since 2015.
- He is politically associated with the Republic party.
- The Texas Attorney General is currently married and has 4 children, their names are Tucker Paxton, Abby Paxton, Madison Paxton, and Katie Paxton.
- The name of his wife is Angela Paxton, she is also a politician who has represented D8 in Texas Senate since 2019.
- He has 63k followers in his Twiter account, most of his posts are related to politics.
- According to Wikipedia, his full name is Warren Kenneth Paxton Jr.
- Ken has bad luck when it comes to games and sports. He nearly lost his eye once in his childhood when he was playing hide-and-seek with his friends, the incident had some serious and permanent consequences. His already damaged eye was further traumatized when he shattered the bones near his already damaged right eye when he was playing basketball.
- He is a huge football fan. An autographed jersey from Bill Bates of the Dallas Cowboys is one of his prized possessions.
- He is a well-educated person, he went to Baylor University and the University of Virginia School of Law for his higher education.