David Beasley

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The Executive Director of the United Nations World Food Programme is David Beasley. He is a Republican politician from the United States. Beasley, a Republican, served as South Carolina’s 113th governor from 1995 to 1999.

What is the Net Worth and salary of David Beasley?

David Beasley’s net worth is believed to be between $1 million and $9 million. He has amassed tremendous money as a result of his primary occupation as a politician.

 

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Wikis of David Beasley

Full Real Name David Beasley
Famous Name David
Date of Birth February 26, 1957
Age (as of 2021) 64 years old.
Place of Birth Brentwood, Los Angeles, California, United States.
Profession Politician
Net worth USD 1-9 Million (approx.).
Nationality American.
Religion Christianity.
Ethnicity White.
Zodiac Sign Virgo
Height (approx.) 5 feet 7 inches
Weight (approx.) 60 kg
Hair Color Grey
Eye Color Black
Spouse Mary Wood Beasley

Early Life of David Beasley: Age, Birthday, Parents & Siblings

On February 26, 1957, he was born in Darlington, South Carolina. He will be 64 years old in 2021. His zodiac sign is Virgo. David Beasley is his full name. He grew up in the United States with his parents and brothers. He is also an American citizen. He is of Caucasian descent. His preferred faith is Christianity. In terms of schooling, he graduated from a local high school. Similarly, no information regarding his higher education has been disclosed.

Body Measurements: Height & Weight:

David Beasley has a height of 5’7″. He weighs around 60 kg. His eyes are warm and dark, and he has grey hair.

David Beasley Wife & Marriage: Who is His Wife?

There is no further information available about his wife. Furthermore, he has kept a quiet profile and has not been linked to any controversial conduct.

Career and Professional Life 

Both Beasley and his Democratic opponent Lieutenant Governor Nick Theodore faced considerable primary opposition from within their respective parties in the 1994 governor’s election. In 2003, Senator Ted Kennedy of the United States awarded him the John F. Kennedy Profile in Courage Award for his ardent plea to South Carolina legislators to remove the Confederate flag from the statehouse dome.

 

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He was a vocal opponent of gambling, which was permitted in South Carolina until 2002. At the time, many gas stations, convenience stores, and poker “casinos” grew up around the state, and the video poker business planned “Ban Beasley” billboards and radio advertisements in reaction to Beasley’s support for gambling-ban legislation.

Beasley will accept the Nobel Peace Prize on behalf of the World Food Programme in December 2020.

 

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