Josh Shapiro Net Worth: Interesting Facts, Earnings, House, Age, Height, Biography

Josh Shapiro Net Worth:$3 Million (approx.)

Josh Shapiro net worth is around $3 Million. Josh Shapiro is a famous American lawyer and politician who has served as the Pennsylvania Attorney General since 2017.

Josh Shapiro Net Worth

Josh Shapiro Net Worth 2022:

  • Net Worth $3 Million
  • Salary Under Review
  • Source of Income Politician
  • Cars Not Available
  • House Living In Own House.

Josh Shapiro Biography:

BornJoshua David Shapiro
June 20, 1973 (age 49)
Kansas City, Missouri, U.S.
Political partyDemocratic
Spouse(s)Lori Shapiro ​(m. 1997)​
Children4
EducationUniversity of Rochester (BA)
Georgetown University (JD)
WebsiteGovernment website Campaign website

Josh Shapiro was born on June 20, 1973, in Kansas City, Missouri. He was raised in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania. Josh Shapiro went to Jack M. Barrack Hebrew Academy for High School.

Josh Shapiro Net Worth
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Josh Shapiro joined the University of Rochester, and in 1992 he became the first freshman to win election as the student body president of the University of Rochester.

Josh Shapiro graduated magna cum laude in 1995. Josh Shapiro earned a J.D. degree from Georgetown University Law Center in 2002.

Josh Shapiro Career:

After graduating college, Shapiro moved to Washington D.C. Josh started as legislative assistant to Senator Carl Levin, then served as a senior adviser to Congressman Peter Deutsch and Senator Robert Torricelli. From 1999-2003, Josh Shapiro worked as Chief of Staff to Congressman Joe Hoeffel.

In 2004, Josh Shapiro ran for the Pennsylvania House of Representatives in the 153rd district. Josh Shapiro won election by a margin of nine points over the Republican nominee, former Congressman Jon D. Fox. Josh Shapiro won re-election in 2006, 2008, and 2010.

Josh Shapiro Biography
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Josh Shapiro became chairman of the board of commissioners, initially serving alongside Democrat Leslie Richards and Republican Bruce Castor.

During his tenure, the board of commissioners implemented zero-based budgeting and shifted county pension investments from hedge funds to index funds. Democrats retained a majority on the board of commissioners in the 2015 election, as Shapiro and his running mate, Val Arkoosh, both won election.

Josh Shapiro won election to the Montgomery County Board of Commissioners in 2011; the election marked the first time in history that the Republican Party lost control of the Montgomery County Board of Commissioners.

In April 2015, Governor Tom Wolf named Shapiro Chair of the Pennsylvania Commission on Crime and Delinquency.


In 2016, shortly before Shapiro took office, the Pennsylvania Attorney General’s office started an investigation of allegations of sexual abuse by the Catholic Church. Shapiro moved forward with the investigation, and, in August 2018, he released the results of an extensive grand jury report. The report alleged the sexual abuse of more than 1,000 children at the hands of over 300 priests. Josh Shapiro’s report prompted similar investigations in other states, an inquiry by the federal government, and proposed legislation to change the statute of limitations in Pennsylvania

Josh Shapiro announced his intention to run for Pennsylvania Attorney General in January 2016. He had never previously served as a prosecutor, but he was a member of the state bar and worked with the law firm Stradley Ronon.

Shapiro campaigned on his promise to restore the office’s integrity following the resignation of Kathleen Kane, and he also promised to work to combat the opioid epidemic and gun violence.

His campaign was supported by President Barack Obama and presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, and billionaire businessman Michael Bloomberg was among the largest donors to Shapiro’s campaign.

Josh Shapiro won the Democratic primary for attorney general in April 2016, defeating Stephen Zappala and John Morganelli with 47% of the vote. In November 2016, Josh Shapiro won election as attorney general, defeating Republican nominee John Rafferty Jr. with 51.3% of the vote.

Josh Shapiro also joined a lawsuit against ITT Technical Institute, a for-profit educational institute, that resulted in a $168 million settlement (with about $5 million of that settlement going to Pennsylvania students).

Upon taking office, Shapiro joined with many other state attorneys general in opposing President Donald Trump’s travel ban, and he also filed a lawsuit to block the implementation of a rule that would have made it easier for employers to deny health insurance coverage of contraceptives.

Josh Shapiro Political Views:

2018, Josh Shapiro reached an agreement with federal officials to prevent the distribution of blueprints for 3D printed firearms. In 2019, Josh Shapiro came out in support of the legalization of marijuana for recreational use by adults, joining Governor Wolf and other leading Pennsylvania Democrats.

Josh Shapiro for Governor in 2022 gubernatorial campaign

Josh Shapiro had long been expected to run for governor of Pennsylvania and on October 13, 2021, Shapiro announced his candidacy for governor in the 2022 election. In January 2022, Shapiro’s campaign reported it had $13.4 million in campaign funds, which was described as a record amount for a candidate in an election year.

Josh Shapiro faced no opponents in the Democratic primary for Governor and on May 17, 2022, Shapiro secured the Democratic nomination. He will face Republican nominee, Doug Mastriano in the general election.

Josh Shapiro Wife:

Josh Shapiro married to Lori Shapiro. Josh Shapiro’s is not dating anyone.

Josh Shapiro Inreresting Facts:

Josh Ranked on the list of most popular Politician. Also ranked in the elit list of famous celebrity born in United States. Josh Shapiro celebrates birthday on June 20 of every year.