Bob Casey Jr. is an American lawyer and politician who now serves as the senior United States Senator representing Pennsylvania, a seat he won in 2006. From 1997 to 2005, he served as Pennsylvania Auditor General, and from 2005 to 2007, he served as Pennsylvania Treasurer.

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Bob Casey (Politician) Biography

Bob Casey is the son of Bob Casey, a former Governor of Pennsylvania, and was born in Scranton, Pennsylvania. He attended the College of the Holy Cross after graduating from Scranton Preparatory School in 1978. He graduated from The Catholic University of America Columbus School of Law with a J.D. Casey practised law in Scranton before entering politics as Pennsylvania’s Auditor General, a position he was elected to in 1996 and re-elected to in 2000.

Casey ran for Governor of Pennsylvania in 2002, following in his father’s footsteps, but was defeated in the Democratic primary by eventual general election winner Ed Rendell. Casey was elected Treasurer in the 2004 election after being term-limited out of his job as Auditor General. In the 2006 U.S. Senate election in Pennsylvania, Casey upset two-term Republican incumbent Rick Santorum. He was re-elected in 2012 and 2018, becoming the first Democrat in Pennsylvania history to win a third term in the Senate.

Date of Birth 13 April 1960
Age 61
Birthplace  Scranton, Pennsylvania, United States
Zodiac Aries
Nationality American
Profession Politician; Lawyer
Phone Number (202) 224-6324

Bob Casey Career

Casey was a basketball player who attended Scranton Preparatory School and graduated in 1978. He graduated from the College of the Holy Cross in 1982 and obtained his Juris Doctor (J.D.) from The Catholic University of America’s Columbus School of Law in 1988, following in his father’s footsteps. Casey spent a year teaching 5th grade and coaching basketball at the Gesu School in inner-city Philadelphia between college and law school as a member of the Jesuit Volunteer Corps.

Casey ran for Governor of Pennsylvania in an attempt to follow in his father’s footsteps. In the Democratic primary, Casey ran against former Philadelphia mayor Ed Rendell. The Pennsylvania Democratic Party endorsed Casey, believing him to be a more electable candidate than Rendell. In a bruising primary, Rendell won only 10 of the 67 counties he ran in: Philadelphia and its suburbs (Bucks, Chester, Montgomery, and Delaware), the Lehigh Valley exurbs (Berks, Lehigh, and Northampton), Lancaster County, and Centre County, which is home to Penn State University. The general election was won by Rendell.

Senator Chuck Schumer (D-NY), the chair of the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee, and Senator Harry Reid (D-NV), the Senate Minority Leader, both called Casey in 2005. In 2006, both men approached him about running for the United States Senate against Republican incumbent Rick Santorum. Casey announced his candidacy for the Democratic presidential nomination on March 5, 2005. Casey was running for the Senate for the fifth time in nine years.

Governor Ed Rendell, Casey’s primary election opponent in 2002, endorsed him nearly immediately. Former Congressman Joe Hoeffel, who ran against Pennsylvania’s other Senator, Arlen Specter, in 2004, and former State Treasurer Barbara Hafer, whom many in the pro-choice movement tried to persuade to run against Casey in the Democratic primary, endorsed him.

In 2012, Casey ran for re-election. His chances of re-election were bleak. Casey, an early admirer of Obama, “came to reject the president overtly or developed more nuanced answers to events that separate him from Mr. Obama,” according to observers as the election approached. Mr. Casey, according to analysts, wants to put some distance between himself and a president who has low approval ratings in Pennsylvania. “The Scranton area is hugely important for 2012” for both Obama and Casey, according to the National Journal in October 2011, but “the city has among the worst unemployment in the state, and it’s filled with the blue-collar Dems who weren’t very enthusiastic about Obama when he first ran for president.” Casey’s re-election prospects will be determined by how he handles his relationship with the president.

Bob Casey Jr. warned special counsel Robert Mueller not to give a report on his findings in the Russian intervention in the 2016 US elections investigation too close to the 2018 midterm elections, according to John Catsimatidis on New York radio station WNYM on February 18, 2018. While he said he couldn’t “make any conclusions” about where Mueller’s probe would lead, he said he “would encourage Mueller not provide a report on his conclusions before the midterm elections” because it would “distract from elections or cause people to question the election’s integrity.”

In 2019, Casey, Mazie Hirono, and Patty Murray joined 32 other senators in introducing the Child Care for Working Families Act, a bill that created 770,000 new child care jobs and ensured that families earning less than 75% of the state median income did not have to pay for child care, while higher-income families had to pay “their fair share for care on a sliding scale, regardless of the number of children the family has.” The bill also promoted universal access to high-quality preschool programmes for all 3 and 4-year-olds, as well as modified compensation and training for the child care profession to benefit both teachers and caregivers.

Casey was one of thirty-four senators who signed a letter to President Trump in April 2019, urging him to “listen to members of your own Administration and reverse a decision that will harm our national security and aggravate conditions inside Central America,” claiming that Trump had “consistently expressed a flawed understanding of U.S. foreign assistance” since taking office and that he had “consistently expressed a flawed understanding of U.S. foreign assistance” since taking office. Senators contended that providing foreign aid to Central American countries reduced migration to the United States by helping to improve conditions in those countries.

Bob Casey Net worth, Salary

His estimated net worth is $3.3 Million Dollars in 2021.

Body Measurement, Height, Weight

His height and weight not available. The color of his eyes and hair is not available.

Bob Casey Political Information

State Pennsylvania
Party Democratic
Entered Office: January 3, 2007
Term Expires: January 3, 2025
Mailing Address: 393 Russell Senate Office Building
Washington DC 20510

Bob Casey PERSONAL PROFILE: 

Here you will find contact information for Senator Bob Casey, including his email address, phone number, and mailing address.

  • Name: Bob Casey
  • Date of Birth: 13 April 1960
  • Age: 61 years old
  • Place of Birth:  Scranton, Pennsylvania, United States
  • Birth Sign: Aries
  • Occupation: Politician
  • Nationality: American

Bob Casey OFFICIAL CONTACT DETAILS:

1. Bob Casey Instagram Official Handle: https://www.instagram.com/senbobcasey/

He has an account on Instagram in which he uploaded his Videos as well as Pictures on Instagram. If you want to follow him then you can use the above-given link.

2. Bob Casey Facebook Official Handle – https://www.facebook.com/SenatorBobCasey

He has a page on Facebook in which he uploads his pictures. If anyone wants to see his latest pictures then they can visit the above-written link.

3. Bob Casey Twitter Official Handle – https://twitter.com/SenBobCasey

He is also active on his Twitter handle. He uploads his latest pictures and video updates. If you want to see then you can follow him using the above link.

4. Bob Casey Phone Number / Whatsapp Number (Official)- (202) 224-6324

(202) 224-6324 his Phone number.

5. Bob Casey Email id (official)- NA

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5. Bob Casey’s Official Website – https://www.casey.senate.gov/

https://www.casey.senate.gov/ is the official website of Bob Casey.

Bob Casey Contact Address, Phone Number, Email ID, WebsiteBob Casey Wiki
Full NameBob Casey
Age61
HeightNA
WeightNA
Birth Date13 April 1960
OccupationPolitician, Lawyer
Bob Casey Political DataBob Casey Party, Member, Position
PositionSenator
Assumed OfficeFebruary 3, 2021
Preceded bySusan Collins
Political PartyDemocratic
Other political
affiliations
NA
Member SinceNA
Also Served asUnited States Senator
from Pennsylvania
Jim Inhofe Contact Information
House Address (residence address)Scranton, Pennsylvania, United States
Official Websitehttps://www.casey.senate.gov/
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Email AddressNA
Office Address393 Russell Senate Office Building
Washington DC 20510
Office Number(202) 224-6324
Jim Inhofe Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Snapchat, Youtube Social Media Accounts
Facebook https://www.facebook.com/SenatorBobCasey
Instagramhttps://www.instagram.com/senbobcasey/
Twitter https://twitter.com/SenBobCasey
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