Michael Barone Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Salary, Net worth, Washington Examiner

Michael Barone
Michael Barone

Michael Barone Biography

Michael Barone is a historian, pundit, conservative political analyst, and journalist working for Washington Examiner. He is famously known of The Almanac of American Politics as the principal author. It is a highly detailed reference work and has been published biennially by National Journal on state politics and Congress.

Additionally, Barone is also a regular commentator on political trends for the Fox News Channel and  United States elections.

Michael Barone Age

Barone was born on September 19, 1944, in Highland Park, Michigan, United States. Micheal is 77 years old.

Michael Barone Height

Barone stands at a moderate height of 5 ft 7 inches/ 1.72 m tall.

Michael Barone Education

Barone attended Cranbrook School for his high school education. Later on, He joined Harvard College and earned a bachelor’s law degree. After law school, Michael served for Judge Wade H as a clerk.

Michael Barone Family

Barone was born by his caring parents  Charles Gerald and Alice Katherine in Highland Park, Michigan. His father served as a surgeon and Medical Doctor of Italian descent.

Michael Barone Wife

Barone married his late pretty wife Joan Shorenstein. She was a journalist serving at The Washington Post as a journalist and for CBS News as a producer. Joan died at the age of 38 in 1985 after a 10-year battle with breast cancer. Joan left Michael with their beautiful daughter Sarah.

Michael Barone Salary

Barone receives an annual salary of $165,456, in accordance with Washington Examiner anchors/reporters’ salaries.

Michael Barone Net worth

Barone has an estimated net worth of $3 million U.S dollars.

Michael Barone Career

Barone is a historian, pundit, conservative political analyst, and journalist working for Washington Examiner. He is famously known of The Almanac of American Politics as the principal author. It is a highly detailed reference work and has been published biennially by National Journal on state politics and Congress.

Additionally, Barone is also a regular commentator on political trends for the Fox News Channel and  United States elections. Moreover, in April 2009 joined the Washington Examiner after serving at U.S. News & World Report for 18 years.

Barone covered the 2020 Washington Examiner presidential election through various opinion pieces published. Barone argued that there no longer needed or useful national presidential nominating conventions. He welcomes their replacement by minimal participation and virtual conventions in 1952.

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