Ralph Northam Height, Weight, Net Worth, Age, Birthday, Wikipedia, Who, Nationality, Biography

Ralph Shearer Northam (born September 13, 1959) is an American politician and physician serving as the 73rd Legislative leader of Virginia since January 13, 2018.

A pediatric neurologist by occupation, he was an officer in the U.S. Army Medical Corps from 1984 to 1992. Northam, an individual from the Democratic Party, served as the 40th Lieutenant Legislative leader of Virginia from 2014 to 2018 before winning the governorship against Republican nominee Ed Gillespie in the 2017 election.


Ralph Northam Age, Level and Weight

As of 2020, Ralph Northam age is 60 years old.

He stands on a level of 5 feet 9 inches tall.

He weighs around 70 Kg.

His eye tone is dark brown and has blonde hair.

He wears a shoe size of 9 UK.

Real Name Ralph Shearer Northam
Nick Name Ralph
Born September 13, 1959
Age 60 years old (As of 2020)
Profession Politician
Known For 73rd Governor of Virginia
Political party Democratic
Birthplace Nassawadox, Virginia, U.S.
Residence Executive Mansion
Nationality American
Sexuality Straight
Religion Christianity
Gender Male
Ethnicity White
Horoscope Aries
Physical Stats
Height/ Tall In feet – 5’9″
Weight 70 kg
Eye Color Dark Brown
Hair Color Blonde
Parents Father: Not Known
Mother: Not Known
Personal Life
Marital Status Married
Spouse/ Wife Pam Northam (m. 1987)
Children (2)
Education 1.Virginia Military Institute (BS)
2. Eastern Virginia Medical School (MD)
Net Worth Approx $200 million USD (As of 2020)
Salary $175,000
Online Contacts
Social Media Links Instagram, Twitter, Facebook

Ralph Northam Spouse

As of 2020, Ralph Northam is married with Pam Northam, since 1987.

At present, he dwells in Northam lives in the Chief Mansion in Richmond.

He and his better half Pam have favored with two adult youngsters, Wes and Aubrey.

Ralph Northam Salary and Total assets

As of 2020, Ralph Northam salary is estimated around $175,000.

His total assets is estimated around $200 million USD.

His primary kind of revenue is his political career.

As lead representative, Northam has proposed a state financial plan that would coordinate $22 million towards closing the racial disparity in Virginia’s maternal mortality rate.

The plan created by Northam would aim to eliminate the disparity by 2025.

Ralph Northam Early Life and Education

Northam was born in the town of Nassawadox on Virginia’s Eastern Shore on September 13, 1959.

He and his more seasoned brother of two years, Thomas, were raised on a water-side farm, right external Onancock, Virginia.

The family grew a variety of yields and tended domesticated animals on their 75 acre (30 ha) property.

As a teenager, Northam dealt with a ship to Tangier Island and as a deckhand on fishing charters.

He also dealt with a neighbor’s farm and as a “stock kid” at Meatland supermarket.

According to his education, he and Thomas attended desegregated state funded schools.

Northam graduated from Onancock Secondary School, where his class was predominately African American.

Ralph Northam Career

Northam decided in favor of Republican George W. Bramble in the 2000 and 2004 presidential elections, a fact that opponents raised in later Democratic primaries.

Northam says that he was apolitical at the time and lamented those votes, saying: “Politically, there was no question, I was under informed.

The Washington Post depicted Northam as a moderate state senator who moved to the left on certain issues during the 2017 gubernatorial Democratic primary, for example, support for a $15 minimum wage and opposition to a state constitutional amendment enshrining right-to-work legislation.

Ralph Northam goes against the death penalty.

Facts about Ralph Northam

He has upheld LGBT privileges all through his political career.

He favors decriminalizing marijuana.

He belongs to a predominately black Baptist church in Capeville, Virginia.

He accepts the logical consensus on climate change and as a candidate for lead representative promised to lead efforts to battle climate change.

During Northam’s most memorable year as lead representative, he rejected a bill passed by the Republican-controlled legislature that would have banned localized minimum wages for government contractors.