Stuart Rothenberg Biography
Stuart Rothenberg works for The Rothenberg Political Report. Currently, it’s titled Inside Elections, a biweekly political newsletter, as an editor. At the start, he worked at Roll Call as a regular columnist and as an occasional op-ed contributor to other publications, like The Orlando Sentinel, The Washington Post, among others.
Stuart Rothenberg Age
Rothenberg was born in the United States in 1948. He is 73 years old.
Stuart Rothenberg Height
Rothenberg stands at a height of 6 ft 2 in/1.88 m tall.
Stuart Rothenberg Weight
- Not known.
Stuart Rothenberg Family
Rothenberg has kept details on his parents and siblings under wraps despite being a public figure.
Stuart Rothenberg Wife
Rothenberg is merrily married to Elaine who works as a college professor. The duo is proud parents to their two kids namely; Ben and Julia, who work in the communications and branding field.
Stuart Rothenberg Education
Rothenberg studied at Colby College in Waterville, Maine, then he went to the University of Connecticut and earned his Ph.D. He also at one time taught political science at Bucknell Campus in Lewisburg, Pennsylvania, also he taught the same subject at the Catholic Campus of America.
Stuart Rothenberg Salary
Rothenberg annually receives a salary of $89,108, according to Inside Elections correspondent’s salaries.
Stuart Rothenberg Net Worth
Stuart has an estimated net worth of $1 million.
Stuart Rothenberg Career
Rothenberg works for The Rothenberg Political Report, as of now it’s titled Inside Elections, it’s a biweekly political newsletter, and an editor. At the start, he worked at Roll Call as a regular columnist and as an occasional op-ed contributor to other publications, like The Orlando Sentinel, The Washington Post, among others.
Apart from his work in writing Rothenberg has been seen appearing as a political analyst for more than ten years on CNN. Also, he worked for Political Wire as a guest contributor, and at the Voice of America as a political analyst. Also due to Rothenberg’s early prediction in early 2009 that the GOP’s chances of winning back the U.S. House of Representatives in 2010 were “zero”, this makes him wildly known.