Dan Feltes Bio Overview
Dan Feltes, who is an American politician from the state of New Hampshire, was born on March 23, 1979. He is a member of the Democratic Party of New Hampshire. He has been a member of the New Hampshire Senate for District 15 since 2014. He took responsibility in the office on December 3, 2014.
His current term ends on December 4, 2020. Feltes is running for governor of New Hampshire. He advanced from the Democratic party on September 8, 2020. Feltes began serving as the state Senate Majority Leader in 2018.
|Full Name||Dan Feltes|
|Nick Name||Dan Feltes|
|Date of Birth||March 23,1979|
|Age||41 (As of 2020)|
|Birth Place||Dubuque, lowa|
|Residence||Concord, NH, US|
|Marital Status||Married (Erin, 1981)|
|Children’s||2 Daughters (Iris, Josie)|
|Education||BA (University of Northern Iowa ,1997-2001)MA (Georgetown University,2001-2003)JD (University of Iowa University,2003-2006)|
|Net Worth||Approx.$1 to $5 million (As of 2020)|
Dan Feltes Education
Feltes grew up in Dubuque, Iowa. He earned his BA from the University of Northern Iowa, and an MA in Public Policy from Georgetown University. Dan grew up in a medium-class family, with his father working in a furniture factory, his entire adult life, and his mother working part-time while raising four children.
Dan worked his way through college and law school, taking out loans that he’s still paying off to this day. When Dan graduated from law school, he turned down offers at large corporate law firms to work for New Hampshire Legal Assistance, doing what Dan does best: fighting for people who have no one on their side.
Dan Feltes Career
As a state senator, Dan worked across the hall to extend access to health care for 50,000 plus Granite Staters Residents. His main aim is to protect people with pre-existing conditions, invest in renewable energy, and set the strictest drinking water standards in the country.
Dan worked across the hall where he could, yet, too often progress was blocked. He has designed Critical laws to help working families such as paid family and medical leave, job training, and extended access to substance use disorder treatment. They were vetoed by a disconnected governor who does not understand what the laws are going through working families of this state.
Dan is running for governor to fight for all the Granite States; to make healthcare more affordable, ensure workers earn a living wage, and strengthen our local public schools. Dan will look at each topic through the lens of what it means to everyday working families, like the one he grew up in and the ones he represented at New Hampshire Legal Assistance.
In 2014, Feltes ran for the state Senate seat vacated by Sylvia Larsen and won. Feltes won the Democratic primary, winning every city and every district in District 15. Feltes won 70% of the vote in the Democratic primary and more than 65% of the vote in the general election.
In 2016, Feltes was elected to a second term in the state senate, winning every city and every district in the 15th district and beating all Democrats, including garnering more votes in the 15th district than Hillary Clinton.
Dan Feltes announced his intention to run for governor on September 3, 2019, and fought a highly competitive primary against CEO Andru Volinsky. Although the two shared much of the same ideology, Volinsky was largely seen as the more liberal option, especially given the backing of Senator Bernie Sanders.
Feltes narrowly edged Volinsky by a margin of 52.5 to 47.5 with a solid showing at Concord and Manchester. Volinsky performed well in southwestern New Hampshire. Feltes will face incumbent Governor Chris Sununu on November 3.
Feltes has got ample awards for his Bipartisan leadership on many difficult issues including the campaign for a family-friendly economy for his work. This is all for his own reason to promote paid medical leave insurance.
He has also been honored by the New Hampshire Council on Developmental Disabilities and Community Bridges for his work helping people with disabilities, by the Home Builders and Remodelers Association.
Dan Feltes also was awarded by Housing Action NH for his work in expanding affordable housing and for the force NH ACLU for their work on criminal justice reform. He has been active and awarded for the National Association of Social Workers for their work on both mental health parity and fighting the public health epidemic.
Dan Feltes Net Worth
Dan Feltes Net Worth is estimated to be around $1 million to $5 million. His primary source of income is his Political career, Business.
Dan Feltes Family Relationship
Dan lives in Concord, New Hampshire with his wife Erin and their daughters Josie and Iris. His parents fought hard to give Dan and his siblings the chance to live a good life. The values instilled in him by his parent’s hard work, honesty, integrity, and Caring for people left behind and behind have motivated him his entire life.
Dan Feltes Social Media
|Till October 13,2020||Number of Account||Account Name||Followers|
|1||Dan Feltes for Governor||4718|