Nancy Goroff is a Democratic candidate for the 1st Congressional District. She is also one of the front runners in the election and is running against U.S. Rep. Lee Zeldin.
|Height||5 ft 6 in|
|Net Worth||$100,000 – $1 Million|
|Education||Ph.D from UCLA; BA from Harvard|
|Nancy Goroff for Congress|
She is a Harvard University grad and has a Ph.D. in organic chemistry. She is one of the most highly educated people running for Congress in the 2020 election. having advanced the Democratic primary on June 23, 2020, she will be running for the general ballot on 3rd November.
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— Nancy Goroff for Congress (@ngoroff) September 8, 2020
10 Facts On Nancy Goroff
- Nancy Goroff is 52 years old as of September 2020 according to this source. She was born around 1968 in Chicago.
- While her current husband and relationship status is not available, she was married to Glen Whitney, who worked in Renaissance Technologies.
- The politician doesn’t have a wiki page but you can read more about the candidate in this article.
- Her net worth has not been revealed as of September 2020 but she had more than $2 million in her campaign finances including her cash on hand.
- She is from Chicago and is an American as per her nationality and she is White as per her ethnicity.
- As for her education, she is a Ph.D. graduate in organic chemistry from the University of California, Los Angeles in 1994. Before this, she got a BA degree in Chemistry in 1990. according to this source.
- She won the Democratic primary with 36.1% of the vote and the closest competitor to the candidate was 2 points less than her.
- Before entering politics, she was an educator working as a professor and university administrator.
- In addition to this, she is also a researcher and scientist who said that she will be contributing to science when she is elected.
- She criticized the Trump administration’s response to the Coronavirus pandemic.