A Republican member, Mike Rogers is an American politician who is a former U.S. representative for Michigan’s 8th congressional district. Currently, he is representing Alabama’s 3rd Congressional District and his term ends on January 3, 2021.
Prior to that, Rogers also served as an executive producer for the CNN program Declassified: Untold Stories of American Spies. He is also a member of the Society of Forner Special Agents of the Federal Bureau of Investigation.
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Wishing everyone across Alabama and our great country a happy and safe Thanksgiving today! pic.twitter.com/dAlxHrRFEE
— Mike Rogers (@RepMikeRogersAL) November 26, 2020
10 Facts About Mike Rogers
- Mike Rogers was born as Michael Rogers on June 2, 1963. He is 57 years of age as of now. But, his zodiac is unknown.
- Hailing from Livingston County, Michigan, US, Mike Rogers holds an American nationality.
- An American politician, Mike Rogers’s bio has featured on the official page of Wikipedia. However, these listed facts will definitely help you know him better.
- Mike is active on Twitter. As of now, he has 28.9k followers and 2.9k followings under the username @RepMikeRogersAL.
- Regarding his educational background, he attended Adrian College where he graduated earning a Bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice and Sociology.
- As for his family details, he is the youngest of five sons. His father was a public school teacher and his mother was a director of the local Chamber of Commerce. But, his parent’s name remains disclosed to this day.
- Talking about Mike Roger’s marital status, he is a happily married man. His wife, Kristi Rogers previously served as the CEO and managing director of Aspen Healthcare Services.
- How rich is Mike Rogers? Well, the actual figure of net worth and earnings as a politician is not disclosed in media. So, this tab is unavailable at the moment.
- Besides that, Roger is also associated with Atlantic Councils as a Board of Directors.
- According to politico.com, the Alabama Republican was recently chosen for the top GOP spot on House Armed Services beating Mike Turner.