Elise Stefanik

Elise Stefanik

Biographical Data, Elise Stefanik

Age 38 Years Old
Height 5.6ft(Approx.)
Weight 62kgs(Approx.)
Eye Colour NA
Hair Colour NA
Husband Matthew Manda
Kids Samuel
Religion Roman Catholic
Nationality American
Ethnicity Caucasian

Facts About Elise Stefanik

  • Stefanik is a member of the Republican Party and has been a strong advocate for conservative policies.
  • In 2014, she was elected to the U.S. House of Representatives, becoming the youngest woman ever elected to Congress.
  • She has been re-elected several times since then and, in 2019, was elected to the House Republican leadership as the Chair of the House Republican Conference.
  • Stefanik has been a vocal supporter of former President Donald Trump and was one of his key defenders during his second impeachment trial.
  • She has served on several committees in Congress, including the House Armed Services Committee and the House Education and Labor Committee.
  • Stefanik has strongly advocated for military and national security issues, particularly in her House Armed Services Committee role.
  • She has also been involved in efforts to promote economic growth and job creation in her district, which includes parts of upstate New York.

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Elise Stefanik Networth

As of 2023, Elise Stefanik’s net worth is estimated at around $1.5 million, largely derived from her political career. Her annual salary as a U.S. House of Representatives member is approximately $174,000.


Elise Stefanik Biography

Elise Stefanik is an American politician serving as a United States House of Representatives member of New York’s 21st congressional district. She was born on July 2, 1984, in Albany, New York.

Stefanik attended Harvard University and graduated with a degree in government. After college, she worked in the George W. Bush White House and the communications industry.

In 2014, Stefanik was elected to the U.S. House of Representatives, becoming the youngest woman ever elected to Congress. She has since been re-elected several times and, in 2019, was elected to the House Republican leadership as the Chair of the House Republican Conference.

Stefanik is a member of the Republican Party and a conservative. She has strongly supported the Second Amendment, pro-life policies, and limited government.

During her time in Congress, Stefanik has served on several committees, including the House Armed Services Committee and the House Education and Labor Committee. She has also promoted economic growth and job creation in her district.

In May 2021, Stefanik gained national attention for her vocal defense of former President Donald Trump during his second impeachment trial. She was elected to replace Liz Cheney as the House Republican Conference Chair in May 2021.