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Bill de Blasio Net Worth

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Bill de Blasio net worth:
$1.5 Million

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Bill de Blasio net worth, biography & wiki:

Bill de Blasio net worth: Bill de Blasio is the present mayor of Nyc. Produced in Manhattan as Warren Wilhelm, Jr., de Blasio was raised in Cambridge, Massachusetts. De Blasio legally changed his name in 2002 following a discrepancy in a election. He’d been going from the name Bill de Blasio because the late 1980s. In 1984, de Blasio worked as for the New York City Department of Juvenile Justice as part of the Urban Fellows Program. He went to benefit a nonprofit organization that worked to enhance health care in Central America. De Blasio declared his candidacy for Mayor of New York City on January 27, 2013. His program focused on addressing “economical and societal inequalities” within Nyc. Former President Bill Clinton vowed De Blasio into office on January 1, 2014. He’s married to Chirlane McCray, an activist and poet. The couple have two kids.


Bill de Blasio information

Bill de Blasio information

Birth date: May 8, 1961
Birth place: Manhattan, New York City, New York, USA
Height:6' 5" (1.96 m)
Profession:American politician, 109th Mayor of New York City (2014-present)
Education:New York University, Columbia University
Nationality:American
Spouse:Chirlane McCray (m. 1994-)
Children:Dante de Blasio, Chiara de Blasio
Parents:Maria Wilhelm, Warren Wilhelm
Siblings:Donald Wilhelm, Steven Wilhelm

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Thanks

Thanks

TitleYearStatusCharacter
A Most Violent Year2014special thanks

Self

Self

TitleYearStatusCharacter
This Week2015TV SeriesHimself - New York City Mayor
Rachael Ray2015TV SeriesHimself - New York City Mayor
Late Night with Seth Meyers2015TV SeriesHimself - New York City Mayor
Tavis Smiley2015TV SeriesHimself
Face the Nation2015TV SeriesHimself - New York City Mayor
The Daily Show with Trevor Noah2014-2015TV SeriesHimself
CBS This Morning2015TV SeriesHimself - Guest
Meet the Press2015TV SeriesHimself - New York City Mayor
The Nightly Show with Larry Wilmore2015TV SeriesHimself
CNN NewsCenter2014TV Series documentaryHimself - Mayor New York
The Colbert Report2014TV SeriesHimself
The View2014TV SeriesHimself - New York City Mayor / Himself - NYC Mayor
CNN Newsroom2014TV SeriesHimself - Mayor New York City
Inside Edition2014TV Series documentaryHimself
Park Bench with Steve Buscemi2014TV SeriesHimself
Charlie Rose2014TV SeriesHimself - Guest
The Good Wife2014TV SeriesHimself
Today2014TV SeriesHimself - Guest
Politics Nation with Al Sharpton2013-2014TV SeriesHimself
Chutzpah2013Documentary shortHimself
Up Late with Alec Baldwin2013TV SeriesHimself - Guest
Piers Morgan Tonight2013TV SeriesHimself
Council 512001TV SeriesHimself

Archive Footage

Archive Footage

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Omg! Insider2015TV SeriesHimself
CNN Newsroom2014TV SeriesHimself
Now with Alex Wagner2014TV SeriesHimself - Mayor, New York City
Crossfire2014TV SeriesHimself
Democracy Now!2013-2014TV SeriesHimself
Up Late with Alec Baldwin2013TV SeriesHimself - New York City Mayoral Candidate

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#Fact
1New York City Mayor (D) (2014-present).

#Quote
1There are a lot of different demands on the campaign trail, but what matters most is that you connect with voters and take the time to really hear their concerns.
2Everyone I knew was a Red Sox fan. Living up there in 1967 - the Impossible Dream season - that moment was incredibly compelling. I just naturally gravitated to the team. Nineteen seventy-five was arguably the greatest World Series of all time.
3I have a bold plan to break from the Bloomberg years, and end the 'Tale of Two Cities' by providing real opportunity to all New Yorkers, no matter where they live.
4I love the MLB app, because I'm a pretty obsessed baseball fan.
5I didn't set out with the notion of running for elective office; it sort of grew over time. And I honestly at times questioned if progressive change can be effected through elected office.
6My parents were divorced when I was young. I was really brought up by my mother's side of the family.
7While this has been a private part of my family's life, it is now clear a media story will soon emerge. My father tragically ended his life while battling terminal cancer in 1979.
8I think a lot of the best ideas come from the grassroots; I'm someone who does not like a bunker mentality and does not like groupthink.
9Going back to high school and college, I believed I would be involved in public service. I literally could not conceptualize anything else.
10I think small business is struggling in New York City. It's a fantastic market, it's a very appealing market, there's lots of opportunity, at the same time it's a very difficult place to build a small business.
11My wife and family, to say the least, are the center of my life; they are my grounding. I don't want to sound schmaltzy, but they are my inspiration and you name it.
12I've always had a very positive relationship with the municipal labor unions - a respectful relationship.
13I think you can be smart and directed and focused, without being obnoxious, and get plenty done.
14At a certain point, particularly in his third term, Mayor Bloomberg lost touch with the people he was serving.
15I think unionization is good public policy. I think when families secure their economic future, that's good for everyone.
16I am very much a Red Sox fan; I can name you more players than you could possibly imagine. It's just part of who I am.
17My professional life has been about public service. My personal life I define very intently through my family.
18There are families of every kind. I think a lot of people are struggling to make sense of their identity in a very complicated world.
19Clearly, Mayor Bloomberg did some things right. I think he did a very good job on public health. He did a very good job on environment. I think he was right to achieve mayoral control of education. I don't think he then applied it the right way.
20I come personally from a broken family, divorced very early in my childhood, a family with its own share of troubles, so I think that was very influential in both me believing that someday I would consistently devote myself to my own family that I created, but I think it also really affects my view of the world.
21I think Bloomberg's broad vision of the environment in New York City is something I agree with. I broadly stand with his vision for how to deal with climate change and prepare for future weather events.
22I have an activist's desire to improve people's lives.
23As N.Y.C. Public Advocate, I released a report that showed that stop-and-frisks of African Americans in 2012 were barely half as likely to yield a weapon as those of white New Yorkers - and a third less likely to yield contraband. Despite this evidence, the vast majority of those stopped are young black and Latino men.
24I have my loyalty to the team of my youth. Everyone I knew was a Red Sox fan. The team that I grew up with was constantly the underdog but managed to prevail.
25I'm someone who does not like a bunker mentality and does not like groupthink.
26There is nothing wrong with listening. You can listen to people; you can hear people's concerns. You can keep an open mind and still be perfectly strong.


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