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Erick Woods Erickson is popularly recognized as an American political blogger and as a conservative radio host.
Erick Erickson hosts a three-hour weekday talk show on WSB Radio 95.5 FM. Erick Erickson graduated from Mercer University and its renowned, Walter F. George School of Law.
Erick Erickson runs the right-wing blog, 'The Resurgent', on the side. Prior to this venture, he was also the CEO and editor-in-chief of 'RedState', another conservative political blog. Toward the end of his career as CEO of 'RedState', Erick Erickson began to focus more on his own radio show, which was syndicated to other conservative talk show radio stations across the country by the Cox Media Group.
Apart from being a blogger and radio show host, Erick Erickson was also a political contributor to two mainstream news channels. He was a CNN and Fox News anchor from 2010 to 2013, although Fox News Network terminated his contract early into their association.
Keep reading to learn more about blogger and radio host, Erick Erickson, including his net worth and birthday!
Erick Erickson has an estimated net worth of $5 million as of 2022.
It is estimated that Erick Erickson earns around $400,000 per year, through his radio and television career and blogs.
Erick Erickson is 5 ft 10 in (177 cm) tall.
Erick Erickson was born on June 3, 1975, so he celebrated his 47th birthday in June 2022.
Erick Erickson traveled to Dubai, where he studied at the American School of Dubai, only returning back to the United States when he was 15 years old.
Erick Erickson married Christy Erickson in 2000. As of 2022, Erick Erickson lives in Macon, Georgia, with his wife, Christy Erickson, and their children; a daughter named Evelyn Erickson and a son named Gunnar Erickson.
Erick Erickson is known for being a blogger, radio show host, political contributor, political campaign manager, political consultant, and lawyer. Erickson is also known for being the host of his own show, 'The Erick Erickson Show', which is hosted every weekday and focuses on weekly national news from a conservative point of view.
Erick Erickson is a Republican and often shares his political views on various shows. He has made some contensious and controversial comments during his career, some of which have received him negative media attention. For example, Erick Erickson has made some controversial posts on his blog, including verbal attacks on former President Barack Obama, former First Lady Michelle Obama, and their health care director, Linda Douglass. Erickson contended that President Obama received the Nobel Prize as a result of an affirmative action quota.
Erick Erickson has appeared on the radio as a guest host for the national broadcast of 'The Rush Limbaugh Show', along with Herman Cain, Neal Boortz, and G. Gordon Liddy.
Erickson worked as a campaign consultant for local, state, and federal elections and has practiced law for over six years.
Although Erickson talks about charity in these tough times in his book, 'Before You Wake: Life Lessons from a Father to His Children', there are no public details of any charity work undertaken by him.
Erickson has a special interest in writing and commentary, which is what he pursued as his career.
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