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How old is Sen. Chuck Grassley and what is his net worth?

FOREVER A SENATOR?

IOWA Republican Senator Chuck Grassley announced he is running for re-election via Twitter on Friday, September 24, 2021.

The senator has been in office since 1980 and is the longest serving U.S. senator in Iowa. If he is elected, this would be Grassley’s eighth term in office.

Who is Sen. Chuck Grassley?

Grassley started his career in 1958 when he was elected to the Iowa state legislature. He remained in that position until 1974 when he was elected to the U.S. House of Representatives.

Now 88-years-old, Grassley has held the senator position for 40 years, making him the longest running senator in Iowa.  

He posted on Twitter that he is running for re-election at 4am on Friday, September 24, 2021. His post included a meme of a clock turning to 4am before transferring to a video of him running with the sunrise in the background.

What is his net worth?

Grassley was last elected on November 8, 2016, and his term will end in 2023. According to Ballotpedia.org, his base salary is $193,400.

His net worth is $3.1million.

What bills and resolutions did Sen. Chuck Grassley vote for and against in 2019-2020?

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