Ron DeSantis Net Worth, Family, wife, Education, Children, Age, Biography and Political Career

Ron DeSantis Net Worth

Ron DeSantis is us governor of Florida since 2019 know all about him in this article as like his Family, Net Worth, Parents, wife, Children , Education and Career Earnings

Quick Facts


Ron DeSantis






Casey Black ​(m. 2010)​


Yale University (BA)
Harvard University (JD)

Country / Nationality

United States

State / Province




Net Worth

$ 400 Thousand

Ronald Dion DeSantis is an American politician and attorney serving as the 46th governor of Florida since 2019. A member of the Republican Party, he represented Floridas 6th congressional district in the United States House of Representatives from 2013 to 2018.

DeSantis was first elected to Congress in 2012 and was reelected in 2014 and 2016. He briefly ran for U.S. Senate in 2016, but withdrew when incumbent senator Marco Rubio sought reelection. During his tenure, he became known as an ally of President Donald Trump. DeSantis frequently criticized Special Counsel Robert Muellers investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election.

On August 28, 2018, DeSantis won the Republican primary for Floridas gubernatorial election. The close results of the general election between DeSantis and the Democratic nominee, Tallahassee mayor Andrew Gillum, triggered a machine recount. On November 20, DeSantis was certified the winner.

During the COVID-19 pandemic in Florida, DeSantis resisted imposing restrictions such as face mask mandates, stay-at-home orders, and vaccination requirements. In May 2021, he signed into law a bill that prohibited businesses, schools, cruise ships, and government entities from requiring proof of vaccination. In July and August 2021, as Florida experienced a record surge in COVID-19 cases, he banned public schools from implementing mask mandates.

After graduating from Dunedin High School in 1997, DeSantis attended Yale University. He was captain of Yales varsity baseball team and joined the Delta Kappa Epsilon fraternity. On the Yale baseball team, DeSantis was an outfielder; as a senior in 2001, he had the teams best batting average at .336.

He graduated from Yale in 2001 with a B.A. magna cum laude in history. He then spent a year as a history teacher at the Darlington School. DeSantis then attended Harvard Law School, graduating in 2005 with a Juris Doctor cum laude.

DeSantis played on the field the day of the Congressional baseball shooting, and while not present at the time it occurred, he and fellow Representative Jeff Duncan reportedly met the perpetrator beforehand and were asked by him whether Republicans or Democrats were playing that day.

Ron DeSantis Net Worth

Ron DeSantis Net Worth is $ 400 Thousand in 2021.

Ron DeSantis Family

Ronald Dion DeSantis was born on September 14, 1978, in Jacksonville, Florida, the son of Karen and Ronald Daniel DeSantis. He is of Italian descent. His family moved to Orlando, Florida, before relocating to Dunedin, Florida, when he was six years old. In 1991, he was a member of the Little League team from Dunedin National that made it to the Little League World Series in Williamsport, Pennsylvania.

Ron DeSantis Wife and Children

In 2010 DeSantis married Casey Black, a former television host for the Golf Channel and WJXT. They lived in Ponte Vedra Beach, near St. Augustine, until it was drawn into the neighboring 4th district. They then moved to Palm Coast, north of Daytona Beach. They have three children.

Ron DeSantis Career and Achievement

Military Service

DeSantis received his Reserve Naval officers commission and assignment to the Judge Advocate Generals Corps (JAG) in 2004 at the U.S. Naval Reserve Center in Dallas, Texas, while still a student at Harvard Law School. He completed Naval Justice School in 2005. Later that year, he received orders to the JAG Trial Service Office Command South East at Naval Station Mayport, Florida, as a prosecutor. In 2006, he was promoted from lieutenant, junior grade to lieutenant. He worked for the commander of Joint Task Force-Guantanamo (JTF-GTMO), working directly with detainees at the Guantanamo Bay Joint Detention Facility.

In 2007, DeSantis reported to the Naval Special Warfare Command Group in Coronado, California, where he was assigned to SEAL Team One and deployed to Iraq[18] with the troop surge as the Legal Advisor to the SEAL Commander, Special Operations Task Force-West in Fallujah.

DeSantis returned to the U.S. in April 2008, at which time he was reassigned to the Naval Region Southeast Legal Service. The U.S. Department of Justice appointed him to serve as an Assistant U.S. Attorney at the U.S. Attorneys Office in the Middle District of Florida. DeSantis was assigned as a trial defense counsel until his honorable discharge from active duty in February 2010. He concurrently accepted a reserve commission as a lieutenant in the Judge Advocate Generals Corps of the US Navy Reserve. He was awarded the Bronze Star Medal, the Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal, the Global War on Terrorism Service Medal and the Iraq Campaign Medal.

U.S. House of Representatives

2012 Election

In 2012, DeSantis announced he would run in the Republican primary for Floridas 6th congressional district. The district had previously been the 7th, represented by 10-term Republican John Mica, but Micas share of Orlando had been drawn into the new 7th District, and Mica opted to run there even though the new 6th included the bulk of his former territory.

DeSantis won the six-candidate Republican primary with 39% of the vote, with the runner-up, state representative Fred Costello, receiving 23%. In the November general election, DeSantis defeated Democratic nominee Heather Beaven 57–43%, with majorities in all four counties.


On January 29, 2014, DeSantis introduced into the House the Faithful Execution of the Law Act of 2014 (H.R. 3973, 113th Congress), a bill that would direct the United States Department of Justice to report to Congress whenever any federal agency refrains from enforcing laws or regulations for any reason. In the report, the government would have to explain why it had decided not to enforce that law. DeSantis spoke in favor of the bill, arguing that “President Obama has not only failed to uphold several of our nations laws, he has vowed to continue to do so in order to enact his unpopular agenda. …The American people deserve to know exactly which laws the Obama administration is refusing to enforce and why.” The bill did not become law.

In 2013, DeSantis signed a pledge sponsored by Americans for Prosperity, promising to vote against any global warming legislation that would raise taxes.

On August 24, 2017, DeSantis added a rider to the proposed fiscal 2018 spending bill package that would end funding for the Mueller investigation “or for the investigation under that order of matters occurring before June 2015” (the month Trump announced he was running for president) 180 days after passage of the bill. The amendment was intended to counter a bipartisan bill written by two Democratic and two Republican U.S. senators, which was intended to limit the presidents power to fire the special counsel. The DeSantis amendment sought to cut off funding for the investigation by November 2017. It was also a response to Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosensteins statement that the DOJ “doesnt conduct fishing expeditions.” DeSantis stated that the DOJ order dated May 17, 2017, “didnt identify a crime to be investigated and practically invites a fishing expedition.”

DeSantis was a founding member of the Freedom Caucus, a group of congressional conservatives and libertarians.

2016 U.S. Senate Candidacy

On May 6, 2015, DeSantis announced his candidacy for the United States Senate seat held by Marco Rubio, who initially did not file to run for reelection due to his bid for the U.S. presidency. He was endorsed by the fiscally conservative Club for Growth. When Rubio ended his presidential bid and ran for reelection to the Senate, DeSantis withdrew from the Senate race and ran for reelection to the House.

Governor of Florida


In January 2018, DeSantis announced his candidacy for governor of Florida to succeed term-limited Republican incumbent Rick Scott. Trump said in December 2017 that he would support DeSantis should he run for governor. During the Republican primary, DeSantis emphasized his support for Trump by running an ad in which DeSantis taught his children how to “build the wall” and say “Make America Great Again” and dressed one of his children in a red “Make America Great Again” jumper. Asked if he could name an issue where he disagreed with Trump, DeSantis did not identify one. On July 30, 2018, Jonathan Martin of The New York Times wrote that the support DeSantiss primary campaign had received demonstrated both Trumps king-making capacity in a Republican-trending state and a “broader nationalization of conservative politics” whereby “a willingness to hurl rhetorical lightning bolts at the left, the media and special counsel Robert S. Mueller can override local credentials, local endorsements and preparedness for a state-based job.”

On August 28, 2018, DeSantis won the Republican primary. His Democratic opponent in the general election was Andrew Gillum. The race was “widely seen as a toss-up.”

During the campaign, DeSantis came under scrutiny for comments that were allegedly racist, saying, “The last thing we need to do is to monkey this up by trying to embrace a socialist agenda with huge tax increases and bankrupting the state.” DeSantis was accused of using the verb “monkey” as a racist dog whistle, as his opponent was African-American. The incident received widespread media coverage, and DeSantis denied that his comment was meant to be racially charged.

In September 2018, DeSantis announced state representative Jeanette Núñez as his running mate. He resigned his House seat on September 10, 2018, to focus on his gubernatorial campaign. The same month, DeSantis was criticized for not having a fully formed policy platform. He canceled a planned interview with the Tampa Bay Times to have additional time to put together a platform before an in-depth policy interview.

DeSantis was endorsed by the Florida Police Chiefs Association. In the campaign, some sheriffs endorsed DeSantis, while other sheriffs backed Gillum.

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