Jim Copper Has a 50 Million of Worth!

Jim Cooper’s net worth, age, height, weight, wiki, and facts for the years 2020 and 2021! We’ll find out Jim Cooper’s age in this article. How much money does Jim Cooper have and who is he dating now?

Outset of Jim Cooper 

Cooper, James Hayes Shofner (born June 19, 1954), is an American lawyer and politician who has represented Tennessee’s 5th congressional district since 2003. (based in Nashville). From 1983 until 1995, he represented Tennessee’s 4th congressional district as a member of the Democratic Party and the Blue Dog Coalition.  His district encompasses much of Nashville. He is Tennessee’s congressional delegation’s dean.

Cooper attended Groton School, an Episcopal boys’ boarding school in Groton, Massachusetts, and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where he was a member of the Alpha Sigma Chapter of the Chi Psi fraternity, received the Morehead-Cain Scholarship, and earned a B.A. in history and economics.Cooper ran for the Senate seat vacated by Al Gore’s Vice Presidential election in 1994, but was defeated by Republican attorney and actor Fred Thompson. He received a little more than 40% of the vote.

Overall, Democrats in Tennessee had a dismal year, as Republican Bill Frist won Tennessee’s other Senate seat and Republican Don Sundquist was elected governor. Van Hilleary, a Republican, won the 4th district seat, giving the GOP a majority of the state’s congressional delegation for only the second time since Reconstruction.

Brief description about His Net worth – Rank: 23rd in the House with an estimated net worth of $16,269,525 in 2018.

TOP INDUSTRIES INVESTED  2018

Real Estate – $1,000,000

Misc Manufacturing & Distributing$399,001

Park Center Partnership – $3,000,000.       

Data according to the source 2018. His current net worth is 50 million .

Jim Cooper’s House 

jim copper house

The Tennessee House of Representatives is a legislative body in the state of Tennessee. The River Side Farmhouse, built in 1890 for his great-great-grandfather, Jacob Morton Shofner, the Gov. Prentice Cooper House, built in 1904 for his grandfather, and the 1866 Absalom Lowe Landis House near Normandy, Tennessee, are all on the National Register of Historic Places.

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