Scott Jennings Biography | Wiki
Scott Jennings is an American writer and conservative political commentator who currently works as an on-air contributor at CNN. He is also known for writing for CNN. com, USA Today and the Los Angeles Times. Previously, Scott worked as an Executive Director of the Bush -Cheney campaign in New Mexico, 2004.
Scott Jennings Education
Scott finished his high school studies in 1996. He then graduated with a bachelor’s degree from the University of Louisville in 2000 through an Mc Connel Scholar. Jennings later proceeded to work as an intern news anchor and reporter for WHAS Radio after graduation.
Scott Jennings Age
How old is Scott? He is 43 years old as of 2020. He was born on 26 October 1977, in Dawson Springs, Kentucky, United States. His birthday is celebrated on 26th October every year. His birth sign Scorpio. ALSO READ: Cheryl Scott
Scott Jennings Nationality | Ethnicity
Jennings holds American nationality and citizenship by birth. He was born and raised in Dawson Springs, Kentucky, United States. He is of White ethnicity/heritage.
Scott Jennings Height | Measurements
Scott stands at an average height of 5 feet 7 inches (1.70 m). Details about his other body measurements are currently under review. However, we shall update this section as soon as we have them from a credible source.
Scott Jennings Parents | Father
Jennings was born and raised in Dawson Springs, Kentucky by her parents. However, information regarding his family members including his mother, father and siblings is not yet available. Scott is known for keeping his personal details away from the public. We shall update you once we get the right information.
Scott Jennings Wife | Autumn Jennings
Is Scott Married? Jennings is currently married to his wife Autumn Stiff Jennings in a private wedding ceremony held at a private location. The two are known for keeping their private love life away from the public. We shall update you once more information about their children is confirmed available.
Scott Jennings Son
Information regarding Scott’s son is currently not available despite there being speculations that he is blessed with three children. However, more details about his son will be updated once confirmed available.
Scott Jennings CNN Salary
Scott working as CNN’s Chief political contributor based in Washington, D.C., earns an estimated annual salary ranging from $56,500 – $150,000.
Scott Jennings Net Worth
Jennings is an American journalist, political contributor and correspondent who has an estimated net worth of $2 million.
Scott Jennings Weight Loss
Information regarding Scott’s weight loss program is currently not available despite there being speculations that he has lost weight. However, more details about Scott’s weight loss program will be updated once confirmed available.
Scott Jennings CNN
Scott is widely known for working as a political contributor for CNN. He even served as a political director for President Bush’s 2000 Kentucky campaign. Scott also reported how New Mexico was one of only two states to flip from blue to red between 2000 and 2004.
This was followed by a news report about Gov Ernie Fletcher who served as an Associate Director in the Office of Political Affairs at the White House. This also Before he was named Special Assistant to the President in October 2005.
Jennings became the Director of Strategic Development immediately after he left the White House. He also became the Senior Strategist for Peritus Public Relations in Louisville. Scott then became a contributing columnist to the Louisville Courier-Journal in 2013.
He wrote a conservative column that appears every other Wednesday. His columns are frequently picked up by Gannett’s flagship USA TODAY. In Jennings’ columns, he mainly tackles policy and political issues affecting Kentucky and the nation. In 2018, Jennings won a Society of Professional Journalists award for his Courier-Journal writing
Jennings officially joined CNN in 2017. He worked alongside former Clinton campaign manager Robby Mook in his first few months. He even interviewed former Kasich chief strategist John Weaver, former Virginia attorney general Ken Cuccinelli, Obama national security alum Shawn Turner and Yale Law School associate dean and other newsmakers.