Net Worth and Salary

Net Worth and Salary


David Clarke

David Clarke

Who is David Clarke?

David Clarke is the former Sheriff of Milwaukee County, Wisconsin, where he worked for 15 years as a law enforcement officer after being appointed by Governor Scott McCallum in 2002. Despite being elected on a Democratic ticket, David Clarke has consistently supported Republican political beliefs, which he frequently articulated on Fox News Channel.

In 2016, he also gave a speech at the Republican National Convention. He resigned from his Sheriff’s job in 2017 after three successful re-elections.

Birth, Parents, Siblings & Education of David Clarke

David was born in Milwaukee on August 21, 1956, and his zodiac sign is Leo. He is 61 years old.

His mother’s career is unknown, but his father was a paratrooper in the US Army throughout the 1950s, notably during the Korean War.

There is no information on educational background.

Net Worth and Salary of David Clarke

As a Sheriff, the former law enforcement officer earned $132,000 per year, plus an additional $220,000 in speaking engagements.

A Montana firearms group also gave the former cop $1,600.

David Clarke’s net worth was estimated to be more than $3 million, according to authoritative sources.

David Clarke
David Clarke posing for photos.Source: SkyHiNews

Facts of David Clarke

Full Name David Clarke
Profession Ex-Sheriff
Birth Date 21st of August 1956
Birth Place Milwaukee
Full Name David Alexander Clarke Jr.
Star Sign N/A
Mother N/A
Marital Status Married
Net Worth $3 million
Nationality American
Ethnicity Black
Height 6 ft 4 inches
Weight 77 Kg
Eye Color Green
Hair Color Red

Professional Career 

David worked as a beer truck driver before switching industries and starting his professional career at the “Milwaukee Police Department” in 1978.

His now-ex-wife worked as a realtor for the security headquarters here as well.

In 1993, David was promoted from Lieutenant to troop Captain, and in 1999, he was scheduled to become Sheriff.

On The Blaze Network radio in 2015, Clarke hosted the program “David Clarke: The People’s Sheriff.”

He was involved in a scandal over his MA thesis, which was said to have been plagiarized by a law enforcement officer.

This, however, did not prevent his valiant spirit from defending his honor.

On September 1, 2017, the Sheriff released a poignant statement announcing that he was finally ready to retire after 40 years of service.

Relationship Status 

Julie Clarke was David’s wife; they married in 1996, and she was a staunch supporter of her husband, accompanying him to all of his public appearances.

She was also born and reared in Wisconsin, attending Ashwaubenon High School before enrolling at the University of Wisconsin to further her education.

Julie works as a realtor in Milwaukee, where she has worked for many years.

The couple met in court, where Julie was working as a clerk and David was there for a case as a lead detective.

David filed for divorce from his wife in early 2018, essentially terminating their marriage. The pair has no children together.

He’s got a Twitter account, too. His father was a Korean War veteran. He’s a member of the Democratic Party.

Height, Weight & Body Measurement

David is 6 feet 4 inches (1.95 meters) tall, and weighs 170 pounds (77 kilograms).

Has brown eyes and black hair. He is a size 4 in the United States.

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Quick Facts about David Clarke

  • David Clarke is the former Sheriff of Milwaukee County in Wisconsin.
  • He served as a law enforcer for 15 years beginning in 2002, after being appointed to the position by Governor Scott McCallum.
  • After three successful re-elections, he resigned from his Sheriff’s position in 2017.
  • David was promoted from Lieutenant in 1993 to troop Captain in 1999, and he was set to become Sheriff in 2002.
  • In 2015, David hosted the podcast “David Clarke: The People’s Sheriff” on The Blaze Network radio.
  • On September 1, 2017, the Sheriff issued a heartfelt statement declaring that, after 40 years of service, he was finally ready to retire.
  • The former law enforcement officer eventually earned $132,000 per year as a Sheriff, plus an additional $220,000 from speaking engagements.