How Much Is Bill Nelson Net Worth in 2019? Clarence William Nelson II a.k.a. Bill Nelson is an American political figure. From 2001 until 2019, Nelson severed as the Senate for the United States Congress based in Florida.
As an inevitable part of the Democratic Party, Nelson has served as House of Representatives in Florida for six years from 1972 until 1978 and as the United States House of Representatives for 12 years from 1979 until 1991.
Bill Nelson is regarded as one of the successful senators of the U.S., having been in office on six occasions. Before joining politics, Nelson was in the US Army to have represented the states at the Vietnam War.
From 2013 to 2015, Nelson served as the Senate for the aging committee. In 2015, he was succeeded by Susan Collins, back then his net worth was reported at $3 million. Wondering how much is his net worth in 2019?
Let’s find out about Bill Nelson’s current net worth, family life, wife, kids, and wiki in here.
The data on his current net worth hasn’t been revealed. While he was succeeded by Susan Collins back in 2015, his net worth was reported at $3,682,014.
Back then Nelson had $3 million in real estate property and remaining $682,014 in cash.
With a net worth of $3.6 million, Nelson was ranked 43rd richest senate in the United States back in 2015.
Bill Nelson was born as Clarence William Nelson II on 29 September 1942 in Miami, Florida. He is the only child born to parents, father Clarence William Nelson and mother Nannie Merle Nelson.
His parents were of mixed ethnicity Sottish, English, Irish, and Danish ancestry. So Nelson is also of mixed ethnicity and his nationality is American.
Nelson was only 14 years old when his father died of a sudden heart attack while his mother Nannie died of Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) also known as motor neuron disease. His mother passed away while he was 24.
Nelson got married to Grace Cavert in 1972 and are together ever since. The couple exchanged their wedding vows in a private wedding ceremony.
The couple shares two children namely Charles William Nelson and Nan Ellen Nelson.
Bill Nelson spent his teens in Melbourne, where he was enrolled in Melbourne High School. He earned his law degree at the University of Virginia.
At the time of the Vietnam War, Nelson joined the national Army Reserve in 1965. For two years from 1968 until 1970, his service was honored with the post of captain.
He remained in post until 1971. The same year he served under Governor Reubin Askew as his legal advisor.
The next year, he was appointed under Florida’s House of Representatives, during which he represented Brevard County, Seminole County, and Orange County.
In 1978, Nelson was appointed as the House of Representatives. In 1990, Nelson ran for his Democratic nomination as the Governor of Florida but ended up losing to Lawton Chiles.
In 2006, he ran for the US Senate, which he won over Bill McCollum.