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Jack French Kemp Jr. Net Worth

Jack French Kemp Jr. Net Worth is
$200,000

Jack French Kemp Jr. Bio/Wiki, Net Worth, Married 2018

Jack French Kemp (July 13, 1935 – May 2, 2009) was an American politician and a collegiate and professional football player. A Republican, he served as Housing Secretary in the administration of President George H. W. Bush from 1989 to 1993, having previously served nine terms as a congressman for Western New York's 31st congressional district from 1971 to 1989. He was the Republican Party's nominee for Vice President in the 1996 election, where he was the running mate of presidential nominee Bob Dole. Kemp had previously contended for the presidential nomination in the 1988 Republican primaries.Before entering politics, Kemp was a professional quarterback for 13 years. He played briefly in the National Football League (NFL) and the Canadian Football League (CFL), but became a star in the American Football League (AFL). He served as captain of both the San Diego Chargers and Buffalo Bills and earned the AFL Most Valuable Player award in 1965 after leading the Bills to a second consecutive championship. He played in the AFL for all 10 years of its existence, appeared in its All-Star game seven times, played in its championship game five times, and set many of the league's career passing records. Kemp also co-founded the AFL Players Association, for which he served five terms as president. During the early part of his football career, he served in the United States Army Reserve.As an economic conservative, Kemp advocated low taxes and supply-side policies during his political career. His positions spanned the social spectrum, ranging from his conservative opposition to abortion to his more libertarian stances advocating immigration reform. As a proponent of both Chicago school and supply-side economics, he is notable as an influence upon the Reagan agenda and the architect of the Economic Recovery Tax Act of 1981, which is known as the Kemp–Roth tax cut.After his days in political office, Kemp remained active as a political advocate and commentator, and served on corporate and nonprofit organization boards. He also authored, co-authored, and edited several books. He promoted American football and advocated for retired professional football players. Kemp was posthumously awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom in 2009 by President Barack Obama.
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IMDB Wikipedia

Date Of BirthJuly 13, 1935
Died2009-05-02
Place Of BirthLos Angeles, California, U.S.
Height6' (1.83 m)
EducationOccidental College
SpouseJoanne Kemp
ChildrenJimmy, Jennifer, Judith
Star SignCancer
#Fact
1Led the AFL in Yards per Pass Completion in 1960 (14.3), 1964 (19.2) and 1967 (15.5).
2Quarterback with the Pittsburgh Steelers (1957), Los Angeles Chargers (1960), San Diego Chargers (1961-1962[start]), Buffalo Bills (1962[end]-1967, 1969).
3U.S. Congressional representative from New York, 3 January 1971 - 3 January 1989.
4Ranks 86th on NFL All-Time Passing Yards List (21,218).
5Ranks 82nd on NFL All-Time Passing Attempts List (3,073).
6A former star quarterback for the San Diego Chargers and the Buffalo Bills, Kemp held, at the time of his retirement from professional football, three all-time AFL career records: for 3,055 pass attempts, 1,428 completions, and 21,130 yards gained passing. The Bills permanently retired his number 15. Kemp cofounded the American Football League Players Association and was its president from 1965 to 1970.
7Secretary of Housing and Urban Development under George Bush, and Bob Dole's running mate in 1996. Kemp entered politics as a conservative in 1970 by running for and winning New York's 39th Congressional District seat. He supported the Vietnam war and the Equal Rights Amendment, and opposed school busing to achieve racial integration, abortions, increased aid to urban mass transit, and the establishment of a consumer protection agency.

Self

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Fox News Reporting: The Right, All Along - The Rise, Fall and Future of Conservatism2010TV Mini-Series documentaryHimself
Ronald Reagan: Rendezvous with Destiny2009DocumentaryHimself
Dear Mister President2006Documentary shortHimself
Charlie Rose1994-2006TV SeriesHimself / Himself - Guest
Meet the Press2006TV SeriesHimself
Hannity & Colmes2004-2006TV SeriesHimself
The Big Story2005TV SeriesHimself
Fox NFL Sunday2005TV SeriesHimself - Declaration of Independence Reciter
Business First2002-2004TV SeriesHimself - Host
ESPN SportsCentury2001TV Series documentaryHimself
Chicago Hope1997TV SeriesHimself
1996 Vice Presidential Debate1996TV MovieHimself
Rebels with a Cause: The Story of the American Football League1995TV Movie documentaryHimself
America's Political Parties: Power and Principle1992TV Mini-Series documentaryHimself
Firing Line1987-1992TV SeriesHimself - For the Affirmative / Himself
O.J. Simpson: Juice on the Loose1974TV Movie documentaryHimself - Congressman
AFL-NFL World Championship Game1968TV SpecialHimself - Announcer
The NFL on NBC1965-1967TV SeriesHimself - Buffalo Bills Quarterback
1966 AFL Championship Game1967TV MovieHimself - Buffalo Bills Quarterback
1965 AFL Championship Game1965TV SpecialHimself - Buffalo Bills Quarterback
1964 AFL Championship Game1964TV SpecialHimself - Buffalo Bills Quarterback
1961 AFL Championship Game1961TV SpecialHimself - San Diego Chargers Quarterback
ABC's Wide World of Sports1961TV SeriesHimself - San Diego Chargers
1960 AFL Championship Game1961TV SpecialHimself - Los Angeles Chargers Quarterback

Archive Footage

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Debating Our Destiny: Presidential Debate Moments That Shaped History2012Video documentaryHimself
The Speeches of Nelson Mandela1995Video documentaryHimself - Listens to Mandela (uncredited)

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