Gabby Giffords Net Worth

How much is Gabby Giffords Worth?

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Gabby Giffords Net Worth:
$20 Million

Gabby Giffords net worth: Gabby Giffords is an American politician and gun control advocate who has a net worth of $20 million. According to Gabby's 2011 financial disclosure, she and Mark were worth just $2 million at that point in time. According to his 2019 financial disclosure, Mark and his Gabby Giffords now have a combined net worth of between $10 and $30 million. The family's fortunes increased as Mark became a highly-sought-after and highly-paid public speaker. They also earned money from book deals, business consulting and corporate board memberships. Since January 2019 Mark earned as much as $8 million from his various endeavors. He earned $1.9 million from 64 paid speeches since January 2018.

Gabby Giffords was born in Tucson, Arizona in June 1970. She is a Democrat who graduated from Scripps College and Cornell University. Gabby Giffords married astronaut Mark Kelly in 2007. She is the second cousin of Gwyneth Paltrow and Jake Paltrow. Gabby Giffords served as a Member of the Arizona House of Representatives from the 13th district form January 2001 to January 2003. She served as a Member of the Arizona Senate from the 28th district from January 2003 to December 2005. Gabby Giffords served as a Member of the U.S. House of Representatives from Arizona's 8th district from January 2007 to January 2012.

In 2011 she was the victim of an assassination attempt but she survived and returned to politics. Giffords submitted her resignation the day after attending President Obama's State of the Union address in 2012.

Gabby Giffords Net Worth

Net Worth:$20 Million
Last Updated:2020
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