Eric Swalwell Net worth, Career, Personal, and Early life
Eric Swalwell is a famous American lawyer and politician working for California’s 15th congressional district as a U.S. representative. Eric was also named the presidential campaign candidate in 2020 but withdrew in July 2019. He worked on many committees and subcommittees in the House, and also, he worked as a member of many caucuses.
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The early life of Eric Swalwell
Eric Swalwell was born in Sac City, Iowa, the United States of America. His father, Eric Nelson Swalwell, worked as a police officer in Algona, Iowa. His mother is Vicky Joe Swalwell, and there is no information about her occupation. Eric has three siblings and brothers, and he is the first child in the family.
Eric spent his early life in his birthplace Sac City, Iowa, and after that, he moved to Dublin, California, with his family because of his father’s work and settled there. In childhood, Eric suffered from Bell’s palsy and worried about it; after that, he went to treatment and wanted to wear an eyepatch because of Bell’s palsy.
Eric Swalwell education
Eric Swalwell attended Wells Middle School, and after graduating from there, he joined Dublin High School. After graduating from high school, he joined Campbell University, located in North Carolina and studied with a soccer scholarship from 1999 to 2001. In 2001, he did not get the scholarship because of his injury in hand. He later transferred to the University of Maryland, College Park and graduated with a bachelor’s degree in government and politics in 2003.
After that, he joined the University of Maryland School of Law and earned Juris Doctor in law in 2006. While studying at the University of Maryland school, he worked as Vice president of campus affairs for the Student Government Association and as an executive member for the Student Faculty Staff University Senate.
Eric Swalwell’s personal life
Eric Swalwell was born in Sac City, Iowa, the United States of America, on November 16, 1980, to the couple Eric Nelson Swalwell and Vicky Joe Swalwell. His full name is Eric Michael Swalwell, and he is 41 years old as of 2022. Eric was previously with a woman and did not share any information about her name or other details. Later they both divorced and separated officially, and there is no information about the marriage year and divorced year.
Personal details of Eric Swalwell
|Real Name||Eric Michael Swalwell|
|Celebrity Name||Eric Swalwell|
|Profession||Lawyer and politician|
|Age||41 years old|
|Date of Birth||November 16, 1980|
|Birth Place||Sac City, Iowa, the United States of America|
Body Measurements of Eric Swalwell
|Height in Centimetres||181 cm|
|Height in Inches||5 Feet 11 Inch|
|Weight in Kilograms||77 kg|
|Weight in Pounds||170 lbs|
|Body Measurements||43-32-14 Inch|
|Chest Size||43 Inch|
|Waist Size||32 Inch|
|Biceps Size||14 Inch|
|Hair Colour||Dark Brown|
|Eye Colour||Dark Brown|
|Spouse Name||Brittany Ann Watts|
Eric Swalwell’s net worth
Eric Swalwell is a well-known lawyer and politician, and he is estimated to have a net worth of $ 2 million as of 2022. Eric did not share any information about his annual income and his salary. It is also unknown whether he has any source for his income, and the above amount is only based on the estimate, which may be higher or lower than the actual net worth he earned.
Eric Swalwell relationship
Eric Swalwell was in a relationship with Brittany watts, the director of sales for the Ritz-Carlton resort in Half Moon Bay, Calif. The marriage was held in October 2016, and in 2017, they were both blessed with a first child son named Eric Nelson Swalwell. In 2018, they both welcomed their second child, daughter Kathryn Watts Swalwell, and in 2021 they welcomed their third child and did not share any information about the child. Eric and Brittany Ann are living with their three children in Eckington, Washington, D.C, and Eric used to spend more time with his children.
Eric Swalwell’s social media
Eric Swalwell is active on social media platforms like Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. On Instagram, he has more fans and followers and uploads more pictures and stories. Eric tweets regularly, and he has more followers on Twitter. On Facebook, he will use it to post pictures and videos and has more followers.
Eric Swalwell beginning career
Eric started working in congresswomen Ellen Tauscher in 2001, and then he joined as an intern in Capitol hills. After that, he decided to participate in politics because of the 9/11 attacks and to help the students who suffered from that attack. Eric started to practice in the Alameda County deputy district after he earned a Juris Doctor degree, and in 2006, he joined Dublin Heritage and Cultural Arts Commission.
In 2008, he left there and started to work in Dublin Planning Commission and worked there till 2010. Eric was announced as a candidate in the 15th district of California in September 2011, and also, he won the election.
Eric Swalwell’s successful career
Then Eric worked on a general election campaign in 2012 in San Francisco Chronicle. Eric also worked on a House Committee on Homeland security and the House Committee on Space, science, and Technology. Then in 2014, Eric defeated Republican candidate Hugh Bussell in the general election held in November. Then he worked for the second term, and also, he worked on a United States House Permanent Select Committee of Intelligence. Apart from that, he also served as a Science, Space, and Technology House Committee member.
In 2015, Eric and Republican Darrell Issa introduced a bipartisan sharing economy caucus and worked as a vice-chair for the Democratic Steering and policy committee. In the 2016 general election, Eric defeated Danny Reid Turner. Again, in the 2018 general election, Eric defeated Rudy Peters and sworn for his fourth time. Eric also worked on an Advanced Research Committee on the Judiciary, Subcommittee on Courts, and Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence.
He worked on a subcommittee on Intelligence, Modernizations, and Readiness. Apart from that, he also worked as a member of the parties like the Congressional LGBT Equality Caucus, American Sikh Caucus, and the Congressional Asian Pacific Caucus.