Burt Jones has been active as a member of the Republican National Committee and a politician for quite some time now. The politician made headlines recently for being endorsed by the former President of the United States Donald Trump. After endorsement by Donald Trump, Burt Jones came into the national limelight.
He took the office of Georgia in the early 2013s and has been winning elections there consistently and easily. The man was heavily criticized for helping Donald Trump put his policies around America. William Burton-Jones was born on April 25, 1979, is an American politician and businessman. He is married to Jan Boswell Jones and has 2 children.
Burt Jones: Net Worth
The politician has not revealed information about his net worth. But, some online reports estimate it to be around $1 million and $5 million.
Burt Jones: Age and early life
As per his appearance, Burt Jones’s age seems to be in the late 40s. But, Jones has not disclosed his exact age. Meanwhile, his birthday is on the 25th of April every year.
The politician initially started his career at a young age as a football player for his university. He later went on to study marketing at a young age. Burt entered the world of politics in the year 2013 when he won a landslide victory for the Senate Seat of Georgia. He eventually became a powerful politician with help of Senior Republican Members.
Burt Jones: Wife
Burt Jones got married to his wife Jan Boswell Jones in the year 2007.
The couple has remained together since then.
Facts about Burt Jones
As per his profile on Wikipedia, Burt ran a successful Insurance Company before entering politics just after college. But, he left the job after running for the election. The politician has not revealed information about his net worth. But, some online reports estimate it to be around $1 million and $5 million. Talking about his educational qualification, Burt Jones completed his undergraduate degree in marketing from Southern Methodist University. He later earned his Master’s in Finance from Auburn University.
Jones is seeking the Republican nomination for lieutenant governor, announcing his candidacy on Aug 10, 2021. He is endorsed by President Donald J. Trump who describes him as a “conservative warrior.” Jones is a 1998 graduate of Woodward Academy and a 2002 graduate of the University of Georgia, where he played football and majored in history.
He was co-captain of the 2002 Georgia Bulldogs football team, which won the SEC Championship. Jones has served on the Board of Directors of the Butts County Water and Sewage Authority since 2009. During Jones’ 13 year tenure on the Board, he was absent at 41% of the 138 Board meetings. Also during his tenure, Jones voted to raise taxes on three separate occasions resulting in a 38% spike in water and sewage rates over the course of his tenure.