Jim Hagedorn Wife Jennifer Carnahan, Family, Net Worth, Parents

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Jennifer Carnahan ( Jim Hagedorn Wife ) is an American political operative in the U.S. state of Minnesota know all about her Family, Net Worth, Parents, Husband, Children, Ethnicity and Nationality.

Wiki Bio 
Name  Jennifer Carnahan
Date of Birth 1976
Age ( 2022 ) 46 years
Place of Birth South Korea
Nationality American
Ethnicity Not Known
Marital Status Married
Spouse / Partner Jim Hagedorn
Children Not KNown
Mother Name  Not KNown
Father Name  Not KNown

Not KNown

Education Carlson School of Management (2007–2010)
Profession Party leader of the Republican Party of Minnesota
Net Worth $2 Million
Last Update February 2022

Jennifer Carnahan is a political operative from Minnesota, United States. She was chosen as the Republican Party of Minnesota’s chairwoman in 2017, making her the state party’s first Asian-American chairwoman. In the wake of multiple controversies, she resigned on August 19, 2021, under pressure from state party officials. Carnahan was married to Jim Hagedorn, a US Representative.

Jennifer Carnahan Family

Carnahan was abandoned on the back porch of a small hospital in South Korea on November 11, 1976. She was adopted by a Minnesota-based American family. Carnahan was raised in the Minneapolis–Saint Paul metro area and attended Osseo Senior High School, where he graduated in 1995.

Carnahan graduated from Syracuse University’s S. I. Newhouse School of Public Communications with a bachelor’s degree in broadcast journalism in 1999. In 2010, she received her Master of Business Administration from the University of Minnesota’s Carlson School of Management.

Jennifer Carnahan Husban

Carnahan was married her husband Jim Hagedorn.James Lee Hagedorn was an American politician from the state of Minnesota. A Republican, he was a member of the United States House of Representatives from Minnesota’s 1st congressional district.

Jennifer Carnahan Net Worth

Jennifer Carnahan has an estimated Net Worth around $2 Million in 2022.She earns a good fortune from her hard work, which she devotes a lot of time to and where she presents oneself entirely.

Jennifer Carnahan Ethnicity, Nationality

Carnahan was abandoned on the back porch of a small hospital in South Korea on November 11, 1976. She was adopted by a Minnesota-based American family.Currently she is an AmericanCitizan.

Jennifer Carnahan Career

Carnahan began her career as a branding consultant for private companies such as McDonald’s Corporation, General Mills, and Ecolab. When she was a city council member, she co-hosted a fundraiser event for Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey, who was a member of the Democratic Party. In 2016, she switched her allegiance to the Republican Party.

She was elected to the 2016 Republican National Convention in Cleveland, Ohio as a National Delegate. She ran for the Minnesota Senate in the 59th district as a Republican Party candidate in 2016, but was defeated by incumbent Democrat Bobby Joe Champion.

In 2017, she was elected as the Minnesota Republican Party’s chairwoman. Under the slogan Make Minnesota Red 2018, the state party planned to build on Trump’s near-victory in Minnesota in 2016. However, the party fared poorly in those elections, losing both U.S. Senate contests as well as all state constitution posts.

In the 2020 election, she won zero statewide elections, made no gains in the federal house, failed to retake the state house, which had previously been under Republican control, and made no gains in the state senate.In her announcement to run for a third term in January 2021, she claimed to have paid off all state party legacy debt; however, it was later revealed that the party still owed $255,030.

Fundraising controversy

In April 2021, Carnahan was embroiled in a controversial fundraising mechanism that placed large percentages of fundraising dollars in the hands of a vendor, rather than the state party she is responsible for. It was quoted, “Of the $202,126 raised by the Minnesota Republican Party online, $103,607 went to WinRed, with most or all of it passed on to IMGE LLC, based in Alexandria, Virginia, even though that company had little to do with much of the money raised, according to an email from Max Rymer, a Republican National Committee member from Minnesota.”

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