Born on February 16, 1959, Ken Buck is an American politician who has been serving as the US Representative for Colorado’s 4th congressional district. As a member of the Republican Party, he was elected Chair of the Colorado Republican Party on March 30, 2019. For more information, read the article below.
Before Fame: He attended Princeton University and University of Wyoming.
Ken Buck Ethnicity/Religion
Born in Ossining, New York, Ken was born to parents who were both New York lawyers. His parents information is not known at the moment.
Ken Buck Married/Wife
He has two children from his first marriage. He is now married to Perry Buck. For more information, visit his twitter.
It was a pleasure meeting with the @COREALTORS today to discuss pragmatic reforms to the National Flood Insurance Program and the importance of improving our highways and infrastructure in #Colorado. Thanks for stopping by my office! pic.twitter.com/tJEnRDvfbf
— Congressman Ken Buck (@RepKenBuck) May 16, 2019
Profile / Wiki / Information
- Full Name: Kenneth Robert Buck
- Nicknames: Ken Buck
- Birthday: February 16, 1959
- Age: 60 years old (as of May 2019)
- Birthplace: Ossining, New York, US
- Current Residence: Colorado, US
- Education: Princeton University, University of Wyoming
- Profession: Politician
- Political Party” Republican
- Nationality: American
- Religion: Christian
- Zodiac: Aquarius
- Spouse/Wife: Perry Buck (m. 1996)
- Children: 2
- Net Worth: Not Available
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- Height: Not Available
- Weight: Not Available
Trivia/ Facts that you probably didn’t know
- He is a Republican.
- He and his two brothers were encouraged by their parents to attend Ivy League college.
- He started his career when in 1986, he was hired by Congressman Dick Cheney to work on Iran-Contra Investigation.
- He supports gun rights and is endorsed by Gun Owners of America.
- He opposes abortion.
- He is the author of Drain the Swamp: How Washington Corruption is Worse Than You Think.
A consumption tax, a national sales tax makes some sense. But I think that if we move towards a Fair Tax, if we move towards a national sales tax, we have to make sure that we do away with the income tax.