New Hampshire Governor Chris Sununu Bio Wiki: Net Worth, Political Career, Education, Family Background, 2020 US Elections
New Hampshire Governor Chris Sununu Bio Overview

Christopher T. ‘Chris’ Sununu is the 82nd elected governor of New Hampshire, USA. Sununu is currently a Republican member of the executive board of State New Hampshire. In Waterville Valley Ski Resort which is situated in Waterville Valley, New Hampshire, Chris worked as Chief Executive Officer.

Chris was born on 5th November 1974. Chris was born in Salem, New Hampshire. Chris is 45 years old as of 2020. His birth sign is Scorpio. He is American with white ethnicity. John H. Sununu who is the former Governor of New Hampshire and Chief of Staff is the father of Chris Sununu. His mother’s name is Nancy. Chris has eight siblings. John E. Sununu who is the former U.S. representative and U.S. Senator is the elder brother of Chris.  

Full nameChristopher T. Sununu
Nick NameChris
Date of birthNovember 5, 1974
Age45
Birth signScorpio
Birth PlaceSalem, New Hampshire, USA
NationalityAmerican
ReligionChristianity
EthnicityWhite
ResidenceBridges House
EducationMassachusetts Institute of Technology, Thomas Jefferson High School
Marital StatusMarried (Valerie Sununu)
ChildrenThree (Calvin, Edie, and Leonardo)
Social MediaFacebook/Instagram/Twitter
Net Worth$2.2 Million
Chris Sununu: Education

Chris joined Thomas Jefferson High school for Science and Technology, Fairfax Country, Virginia in 1993. Chris attended the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Civil/Environmental Engineering in 1998. 

Chris Sununu: Body measurement
Height5’7”
Weight70kg
Eye ColorDark brown
Hair Blonde

Chris Sununu is 5’7” in height with 70kg height. He has dark brown eyes with blonde hair. 

Chris Sununu: Career

Chris Sununu worked in the design of waste management systems and solutions as an environmental engineer from 1998 to 2006. 

From 2006 to 2010, Sununu served as the director and owner of Sununu Enterprises, a family business and strategic consulting group located in Exeter, New Hampshire. Also, Chris served as Senior Environmental Engineer from 2006 to 2007. From 2011 to 2017, he was a member of the Executive Board of the State of New Hampshire. In 2017, Chris worked as the Governor of the State of New Hampshire. He is also selected as the Nominee for the Governor of New Hampshire I 2020.  Subsequently, Chris won 2.3 percent of the vote in the New Hampshire election of 2016.

Chris Sununu: Relationships 

In 2001, Chris Sununu and Valerie got married. Chris and Valerie met in college and dated for some years and then got married. Valerie works to raise awareness among people and collect funding for local and small businesses, childhood development, reading, education, and the recovery of addictions. The couple has three children: Edie, Calvin, and Leonardo. 

Chris Sununu: Social Media

Chris Sununu is active on twitter. He has two accounts, Governor Chris Sununu with 38.4k followers and Chris Sununu with 15.1k followers. He joined in December 2009 on twitter with his account. Also, Chris is active in Facebook with two accounts, Chris Sununu with 13k followers and Governor Chris Sununu with 34k followers.

Also, He has 6k followers in his Instagram account.

https://www.instagram.com/p/CFx8z5jH71r/
Chris Sununu: Net worth

As of 2020, The estimated net worth of Chris Sununu is at least $2.22 million.

Chris Sununu blasts the U.S. Senate for not passing the bill to continue boosting unemployment on 10th September 2020

Chris Sununu has criticized the U.S. The Senate on Thursday failed to pass another coronavirus relief bill that would continue to provide additional unemployment benefits for individuals who have lost their jobs as a result of the pandemic. According to Chris Sununu, under the Lost Wages Assistance Program, more than $81 million is provided by the state to 57,000 Granite Staters which provided an additional $300 in weekly benefits. The program was created by President Donald Trump through executive action, using money from the Agency of Federal Emergency Management, but that funding ran out on Sept. 5.

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