Erick Erickson Biography

Published On Sep 16, 2016
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Date of Birth: 1975 , June-3
Birth Nation: United States
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Erickson earned his bachelor's degree from Mercer University in Macon, Georgia, and a law degree from Mercer’s Walter F. George School of Law. Erickson joined the conservative blog RedState in 2005. He served RedState as the editor-in-chief and CEO. The Daily Telegraph listed him in its "List of Most Influential US Conservatives", giving him a rank of 69th most influential in 2007 and 65th in 2010.

Erickson was elected as a Republican member of the Macon on 6 November 2007 to a four-year term as a Georgia city council and he resigned his office on 16 February 2011. He also worked for Television, on 2010 he joined CNN and after leaving it he joined FOX News as a contributor. His journey at radio started from 2011 when he first hosted a local radio show on WSB Radio. He guest hosted The Rush Limbaugh Show.

Erickson (age: 41) married his wife Christy Erickson. There is not any news about the couple getting a divorce as they are having a stable married life. Erickson is of American nationality and white ethnicity. He is a multi-dimensionally talented personality having a net worth in millions of dollars. He is also a resurgent. He does have more than one hundred thousand followers on Twitter.

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Born in Jackson, U.S.

June 3 , 1975

Erick Erickson was born in Jackson, East Feliciana Parish Louisiana, US. Erick Erickson's father worked as an oil company production foreman for Conoco Oil. Erickson is of American nationality and he is of white ethnicity.

Joined the conservative blog RedState

2005

On 2005, Erickson joined the conservative blog RedState. He served RedState as the editor-in-chief and CEO. The Daily Telegraph listed him in its "List of Most Influential US Conservatives", giving him a rank of 69th most influential in 2007 and 65th in 2010.

Elected as a Republican member

November 6 , 2007

Erickson was elected as a Republican member of the Macon on 6 November 2007 to a four-year term as a Georgia city council and he resigned his office on 16 February 2011 in order to pursue his job in WSB radio.

Was hired by CNN

March 16 , 2010

Erick Erickson also worked for Television. On 16 March 2010, CNN announced of hiring him and he left it on 29 January 2013. After leaving CNN as a contributor to John King, USA he joined FOX News as a contributor.

Started his journey at radio

January 10 , 2011

Erick Erickson's journey at radio as a radio host started from 2011 when he first hosted a local radio show on WSB Radio. He also guest hosted the radio program The Rush Limbaugh Show. He later worked full time for radio.