Tricia Zunker Husband, Age, Political Party, Net Worth, Education, Religion

Tricia Zunker Husband, Age, Political Party, Net Worth, Education, Religion
Share This Article: Tricia Zunker Tricia Zunker is a politician running for a position in the US House Of Representatives representing Wisconsin’s 7th Congressional District. She is already a Wausau School District school board member.
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Tricia Zunker
Age
39
Gender
Female
Nationality
American Profession
Politician Married/Single
Married Children
1 son
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Facebook Tricia Zunker She is also the majority winner of the Democratic primary on February 18, 2020. She got more than 88% of the votes in the primary and has been touted as one of the candidate best suited to be elected into the House of Representatives.  10 Facts On Tricia Zunker
Tricia Zunker is aged 39 in 2020 according to MFN. She is a law graduate running for a position in Congress. 
There is no information about her husband or relationships in the media. She does however have a son aged 9. Other than this, she has not revealed the details of her family.
Her political party is the Democratic party. She is also a law graduate.
In 2020, she is a Wausau School District school board member who was elected at-large. She was elected in 2018 and her term will end in 2021. 
The candidate has an estimated net worth between $100,000 to $1 million. 
As for her education, she received a B.A. in French, political science, and international relations from the University of Wisconsin–Madison according to Ballotpedia
She also has a Juris Doctor from the University of California, Los Angeles School of Law. 
Using her law degree she has worked as an Associate Justice, Law Professor, Ho-Chunk Supreme Court, etc. 
She is American as per her nationality and is Native American as per her ethnicity. In fact, she is targeting to become the first Native American elected into Congress. 
Using her Native American roos she plans to work for her people and put their issues forward in Congress from her district in addition to putting economic issues forward.