Dan Goldman – Bio, Age, Career, Net Worth, Congress

Dan Goldman - Bio, Age, Career, Net Worth, Congress

Dan Goldman, whose full name is Daniel Sachs Goldman, is an American lawyer and heir to Levi Strauss & Co. As lead majority counsel, he served on Donald Trump’s impeachment inquiry and as lead counsel in the impeachment trial that followed.

Goldman launched a campaign for Congress in New York’s 10th congressional district in June 2022. According to financial disclosure forms, he would be among the wealthiest members of Congress, with a net worth of $253 million. 

Among the candidates for the Democratic nomination on August 24 were former New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio, assembly member Yuh-Line Niou, and Representative Mondaire Jones.

Dan Goldman Bio & Early Life

In 1976, Goldman was born to Susan and Richard W. Goldman in Washington, D.C. His federal prosecutor’s father passed away while Goldman was still a child. 

Dan Goldman
Dan Goldman

His paternal grandparents were Rhoda Haas Goldman and Richard Goldman; his great-grandfather was Walter A. Haas, president of Levi Strauss & Co.; and his great-great-grandfather was Abraham Haas, founder of the Smart & Final chain of restaurants. 

In a plane crash, his brother Bill Goldman died at the age of 38. He also has a sister, Alice Reiter, and he was raised in a Conservative Jewish family.

The Washington native attended the Sidwell Friends School, where his mother previously served as Chair of the Board. He earned his bachelor’s degree in 1998 from Yale University before graduating from Stanford Law School in 2005.

Daniel Goldman Net Worth 2023

Financial disclosure forms indicate that Daniel Goldman has a net worth of $253 million. That put him among the wealthiest members of Congress.

Dan Goldman Wife – Who is His Wife?

He has been married twice. In 2002, he married Canadian Olympic diver and lawyer Anne Montminy, but they divorced in 2008 after having two children. In 2013, he married Corinne Levy. By 2021, the couple will have three children. Goldman announced on March 15, 2020, that he had tested positive for COVID-19 and was moving to his second home in Water Mill, Southampton, until August 2020.

Dan Goldman Family

Dan Goldman family
Dan Goldman family

A married couple, Dan Goldman and his wife, Corinne, are raising their five children in lower Manhattan. For the impeachment investigation of President Donald J. Trump in 2019, Goldman was the lead counsel for abusing his office for his interests regarding Ukraine. He conducted depositions, questioned witnesses at public hearings, and testified before the House Judiciary Committee. 

He worked with Preet Bharara for 10 years as an Assistant United States Attorney in the Southern District of New York. While there, he held powerful actors accountable and made our city safer. 

It was his job to prosecute some of the most significant and significant cases in the office, including violent gangs and gun trafficking, mafia bosses, Russian organized crime, and landmark insider trading and corporate fraud cases. The New Jim Crow, Michelle Alexander’s seminal book about injustice in the criminal justice system, was Goldman’s law school assignment.

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Dan Goldman wins crowded Democratic primary

Dan Goldman wins crowded Democratic primary
Dan Goldman wins crowded Democratic primary

The Democratic primary in New York’s 10th Congressional District was won by attorney Dan Goldman, who served as the lead counsel in the first impeachment trial against former President Trump.

Democratic candidates included Rep. Mondaire Jones (D-N.Y.), who represents the 17th Congressional District but ran in the 10th to avoid a primary battle. In addition, Yuh-Line Niou, Carlina Rivera, and Liz Holtzman are all members of the New York City Council.

“He’s not a traditional politician. He hasn’t held elected office before, and we’ve had to get used to it, but it’s, you know, that’s how things go. Last week, Goldman’s campaign told The Hill that Dan is very much committed to maintaining a positive environment … and that everyone else should scrape it out and do whatever they want.”

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