Kevin Cramer Net Worth and Income Sources

Senator Kevin Cramer Net Worth Overview

Kevin Cramer net worth is according to reputable online sources is $500,000.

Kevin Cramer is a junior United States Senator. He has been serving as a senator from North Dakota since 2019. The income as a politician contributed to Kevin Cramer net worth.

Senator Investment and Assets

Sen. Cramer net worth is mostly composed of mutual funds. The value of his corporate investment is depicted in the table below. Summary

Kevin Cramer Net WorthValue
Investments$372,001- $930,000
Total$372,001- $930,000

From the publicly disclosed financial information for 2020, Kevin Cramer net worth is between $372,001 and $930,000 in 2020.

The official portrait photo of Kevin Cramer in 2019.  Credit: Wikipedia Commons

Senator Kevin Cramer Income

Kevin Cramer has two main sources of income. Here are the details of the income sources that contribute to Kevin Cramer net worth.

Income Source 1: Salary as a Senator

Sen. Kevin Cramer’s income as North Dakota’s Senator is $174,000. [2] He was elected a senator in 2019.

Sen. Cramer speaking at a conference in 2013. Credit: Wikipedia Commons

Income Source 2: Investment and Retirement Plans

Sen. Kevin Cramer owns various corporate securities and retirement plans. But he does not earn income from this plan as per the disclosed financial statements in 2020. 

As per the financial information published in SEC, Kevin Cramer net worth is appreciated by about $174,000 annually.

Sen. Kevin Cramer gave an online presentation on energy and environment to the Fargo Chamber of Commerce. Credit: Instagram@SenatorKevinCramer

Kevin Cramer’s Bio/Early Life

Kevin Cramer was born Kevin John Cramer on 21st January 1961. He was one of five children of Richard Cramer and Clarice Hjelden. His place of birth is Kindred in North Dakota.

Cramer studied at Kindred High School. In 1983, he graduated from Concordia College located in Moorhead, Minnesota. He completed his Master’s degree from the University of Bismark, North Dakota.

In 1986, Cramer married Kris Cramer. The couple has five children together. One of their sons Isaac died in 2018 due to alcohol addiction.

Sen. Kevin during a Senate Space Force Caucus event. Credit: Instagram@senatorkevincramer

Kevin Cramer Career

Kevin Cramer’s political career started in 1984 when he worked for Republican Scott Hove. He was elected as the chairman of the Republican Party in 1991 when he was 30 years old. Cramer served as the chairman of the company until 1993.

In 1993, Republican governor Ed Schafer appointed Cramer state tourism director. He also endorsed Cramer for the Economic Development Director post that he served from 1997 until 2000.

Cramer served as the Harold Schafer Leadership Foundation director between 2000 and 2003. In 2004, he was elected for the Public Service Commission post defeating Ron Gumeringer. He was reelected in 2010 when he defeated Brad Crabtree of the Democratic Party.

Cramer campaigned for the United States House of Representatives seat from North Dakota in 1996 and 1998. He was defeated both times by democratic nominee Earl Pomeroy.

In 2010, Cramer again contested for the US House of Representatives from North Dakota. But he lost to Rick Berg in the Republican nomination election. Cramer ran for the post a fourth time in 2012 after the retirement of Berg. This time around he was successful in defeating Democratic Pam Gulleson with a clear majority.

Cramer won reelection in the 2014 and 2016 elections defeating Democratic nominees George B. Sinner and Chase Iron Eyes, respectively.

In 2018, Cramer announced that he would run for the 2018 U.S Senate election in North Dakota. He won endorsement from the Republican Party and raised $1.35 million for the campaign. [3]

Kevin Cramer Accomplishments

Sen. Cramer served as the North Dakota Republican Party Chairman from 1991 to 1993. At age 30, he was the youngest party chairman. [4]

Cramer has sponsored two bills during his tenure that were passed in both houses. He introduced a bill in 2013 to modify the Energy Policy Act of 2015. He proposed changes in the Federal Permit Streamlining Pilot Project offices in Montana and Wyoming.

He had also proposed a bill in 2013 to rename Red River Valley Agricultural Research Center in Fargo, North Dakota. His proposal to rename the center to Edward T. Schafer Agricultural Research Center was passed by the 115th Congress in 2017.

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Kevin Cramer Biography 

Legal Name/Birth NameKevin John Cramer
 Kevin Cramer Net Worth$7,000,000
Sources of WealthJunior US Senator from North Dakota
Date of Birth21st January 1961
Place of BirthRolette, North Dakota
ReligionEvangelical Christian
Marital StatusMarried
Partner/SpouseKris Cramer
Names of ChildrenAbel Cramer, Ian Cramer, Annie Cramer, Issac Cramer, and Rachel Cramer.

Frequently Asked Questions About Kevin Cramer

How old is Senator Kevin Cramer?

Sen. Kevin Cramer was born in 1961. In 2021, he turned 60 years old.

Where is Kevin Cramer from?

Kevin Cramer was born in Rolette, North Dakota. But he spent most of his childhood in Kindred in Cass County, North Dakota.

Is Senator Kevin Cramer a Republican or Democrat?

Senator Cramer has been associated with the Republican Party since 1986.

What district is Kevin John Cramer in?

Sen. Kevin Cramer (R-ND) has been the Senator of North Dakota since 2019.


[1] Sen. Kevin Cramer net worth report filed at SEC

[2]– Sen. Kevin Cramer salary information

[3]– A Washington Post article about the funds raised by Sen. Cramer for the 2018 US Senate election.

[4] – An interview with Sen. Cramer published in Fargo Monthly website

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