Born on February 17, 1964, Jim Jordan is an American politician who is the US Representative for Ohio’s 4h congressional district. As a member of the Republican Party, he is also the founding member of the Freedom caucus, the farthest-right grouping within the House Republican Conference. For more information, read the article below.
Before Fame: He attended Graham High School and was a four-time state wrestling champion.
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Jim Jordan Ethnicity/Religion
Jim Jordan was born and raised in Champaign County, Ohio and attended Graham High School. While at Graham, he was a four-time state wrestling champion. He was a two-time NCAA Division I wrestling champion and in the 1985 NCAA championship match, Jordan defeated future two-time Olympic gold medalist and four-time world champion John Smith.
Jim Jordan Affair/Married/Wife/Children
He is married to Polly Jordan and the couple has 4 children together. They live near Urbana. For more information, visit his twitter.
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Profile / Wiki / Information
- Full Name: James Daniel Jordan
- Nicknames: Jim Jordan
- Birthday: February 17, 1964
- Age: 54 years old
- Birthplace: Urbana, Ohio, US
- Current Residence: Ohio, US
- Education: Ohio State University, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Capital University
- Profession: Politician
- Political Party: Republican
- Nationality: American
- Ethnicity/Race: White
- Religion: Not Available
- Zodiac: Aquarius
- Spouse/Wife: Polly Jordan
- Children: 4
- Net Worth: $200000 (Estimated)
- Height: Not Available
- Weight: Not Available
- Feet Size: Not Available
- Dress Size: Not Available
Trivia/ Facts that you probably didn’t know
- He attended Graham High School and while at school he was a four-time state wrestling champion.
- Jordan was a two-time NCAA Division I wrestling champion. In the 1985 NCAA championship match, Jordan defeated future two-time Olympic gold medalist and four-time world champion John Smith.
- He was first elected to the Ohio General Assembly in 1994.
- He is a Republican.
- In 2000, he won a seat in the Ohio Senate by defeating independent candidate Jack Kaffenberger by a margin of 88 percent to 12 percent.
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