Tim Michels Net Worth: Interesting Facts, Salary, Wife, Age, Height, Biography

Tim Michel net worth:$1.5 million (approx.)

Tim Michel’s net worth is $1.5 million.

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It shows that Tim Michels is one of the average rich aspiring legislators.

Tim Michels is a famous American businessman. Tim Michels is a co-owner and co-manager of Michels Corporation, Wisconsin’s largest construction firm, which is also family-owned and runs.

Tim Michel’s current salary is unknown. Michels derives most of his income from his construction company, Michels Corporation. There is no substantial information on his annual or monthly pay, though, as his other income is currently unknown.

Tim Michels Net Worth

Tim Michels Biography:

BornTimothy James Michels
August 7, 1962 (age 60)
Lomira, Wisconsin, U.S.
Political partyRepublican
Spouse(s)Barbara
Children3
EducationSt. Norbert College (BA)
University of Chicago (MBA)
Illinois Institute of Technology (MPA)
WebsiteCampaign website

Tim Michels was born On August 7, 1962 in in Brownsville, Wisconsin, United States.

Tim Michels Biography

Tim Michels Education:

After leaving Lomira High School in 1980, Tim Michels continued to St. Norbert College, where he obtained a bachelor’s degree in political science. Tim Michels got his MBA from the University of Chicago & his MPA from either the Illinois Institute of Technology in 1997.

Tim Michels Career:

Tim Michels served as an infantry officer in the United States Army for 12 years, during which time he was promoted to the rank of major. As a member of the American Legion, Tim Michels is also a member of the VFW.

In Brownsville, Wisconsin, a tiny rural community where he grew up, Tim Michels is a co-owner of the Michels Corporation.

Wisconsin State Senate

In 1998, Michels fought for the state Senate, and received 30 percent of the vote in the Republican primary, losing to incumbent senator Scott L. Fitzgerald.

Tim Michels Biography

In 2004, Tim Michels defeated automobile dealer Russ Darrow, Jr., state Senator Robert Welch, and attorney Robert Lorge in the Republican primary for the U.S. Senate. Tim Michels holds the record through 2010 for the most votes for a Republican in the history of Wisconsin.

Princeton University did a study in 2005 that had a significant impact on election. After only one second of exposure, voters formed an impression of a candidate’s photo that lasted throughout the more deliberate process that aids in their decision

By showing participants’ images of Tim Michels and Russel Feingold, researchers were able to predict the results of the election based simply on face characteristics.

On April 22, 2022, Tim Michels filed paperwork with the Wisconsin Elections Commission to begin his candidacy for governor of Wisconsin.

On July 11, 2022, Tim Michels received the endorsement of former Governor Tommy Thompson, the state’s longest-serving governor. Michels has also been endorsed by former President Donald Trump.

Tim Michels Biography

After announcing his campaign for Wisconsin governor, it was reported that Tim Michels spent much of the previous decade living and working in the New York City area, claiming to “split time” in Connecticut and Wisconsin.

Tim Michels for Governor Campaign:

Though it is common to seek individual donations from the public during political campaigns, Tim Michels had stated that he would not be accepting donations for more than 500 USD from individual people. 

Tim Michels has so far raised 600,000 USD through individual donations, and Michels has maintained his pledge not to seek donations of more than 500 USD from one person. Most of Tim Michels campaigning is through television ads and marketing himself through social media platforms and other digital media.

As per Patrick McNulty, the campaign manager of Tim Michels, he has the experience and the agenda that the party reflects. Thus, the chances of him losing against Tony Evers are quite low. Tim Michels also has the support of former president Donald Trump.

Tim Michels Political Positions:

In his “Back the Blueprint” plan, Tim Michels proposes a 1.5x state aid penalty for communities pursuing the defunding of police and a mandatory minimum two-year prison sentence for felons convicted of gun possession. Tim Michels opposes abortion, and has said abortion pills will “be illegal in Wisconsin” if he is elected.

Tim Michels Family:

Tim Michels is married to Barbara Michels. The couple has 3 childrens.