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Matt Rosendale is an American politician and businessman from Montana. A member of the Republican Party, he is the U.S. representative for Montana’s 2nd congressional district. In 2020, he was first elected to the at-large district. Before his election to Congress, Rosendale was the Montana state auditor. He served one two-year term in the Montana House of Representatives and one four-year term in the Montana Senate, during which he served as majority leader.

Birth Name

Matthew Martin Rosendale Sr.

Nickname

Matt

Profession

Politician

Political party

Republican

Nationality

American

Personal Life

Birthday / Date of Birth

Matt Rosendale was born on the 7th of July 1960, in Baltimore, Maryland, United States.

Age

He’s currently 62 years old.

Sun Sign

Leo

Ethnicity

White

Religion

Roman Catholic

Education

In1978, Rosendale completed his graduation from Queen Anne’s County High School.

Family Details

  • Father – Unknown
  • Mother – Unknown
  • Siblings – Unknown

Marital Status

Married

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Girlfriend / Spouse

Matt Rosendale has dated –

  • Jean F. Rosendale – In 1985, Matt married his loved one Jean and are living together in Glendive on ranch north. They have begotten three offspring who are now adolescents. In 2017, One of their children, Adam served Montana Legislature.

Physical Statistics

Height

  • In feet – 5 feet 11 inches
  • In centimeters – 180 cm
  • In meters – 1.80 m

Weight

  • In Kilograms – 81 kg
  • In Pounds – 178 lbs

Body Build

Slim

Eye Color

Brown

Hair Color

Salt and Paper

Shoe Size

He wears a size 11 (US) shoe.

Sexuality

Straight

Professional Statistics

Famous For

Rosendale became known as A member of the Republican Party, he is the U.S. representative for Montana’s 2nd congressional district. He was first elected to the at-large district. In 2010, he was elected to the Montana House of Representatives, where he served for two years, followed by four years in the Montana Senate, where his colleagues elected him to serve as the Senate Majority Leader.

Political Career

In 2010, Matt was elected to the Montana House of Representatives, where he served for two years, followed by four years in the Montana Senate, where his colleagues elected him to serve as the Senate Majority Leader. In June 2021, Matthew Rosendale was one among the 21 House Republicans to vote against an explanation to convey the Congressional Gold Medal to police officials who protected the U.S. Capitol on the 6th of January.

Similarly in June 2021, Rosendale was one among 14 House Republicans to vote against passing legislation to inaugurate June 19, or Juneteenth, as a federal holiday. In 2023, Rosendale was among 47 Republicans to vote in favor of H.Con.Res. 21 which directed President Joe Biden to remove U.S. troops from Syria within 180 days.

Matt Rosendale Net worth

Matt Rosendale has an estimated net worth of $1.5 million dollars as of 2023.

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Some Lesser Known Facts About Matt Rosendale

  • Matthew was born and brought up in Baltimore, Maryland. In 2002, Rosendale and his family moved to Glendive, Montana.
  • He spent his career working in real estate, real estate development and land management.
  • He grew his family real estate business from a single, five-agent office into a full-service firm with 65 agents and four offices.
  • He was twice elected chairman of the Glendive Agri-Trade Expo committee, a local group that puts on an agriculture exposition showcasing agri-business in eastern Montana. Rosendale also served as head of his local Catholic parish council.
  • In 2012, with State Senator Donald Steinbeisser ineligible for reelection due to term limits, Rosendale announced he would run for the Montana Senate to represent Senate District 19, a heavily Republican district in eastern Montana.
  • In 2016, With State Auditor Monica Lindeen ineligible for reelection due to term limits, Rosendale ran for the position. Rosendale ran unopposed in the Republican primary.
  • In the general election, he faced Jesse Laslovich, who was Lindeen’s chief legal counsel and widely considered one of Montana’s rising political stars.
  • In June 2021, Matthew Rosendale was one among the 21 House Republicans to vote against an explanation to convey the Congressional Gold Medal to police officials who protected the U.S. Capitol on the 6th of January.
  • In 2022, Rosendale voted against a bill that would provide approximately $14 billion to the government of Ukraine. In July 2022, Rosendale was one of 18 Republicans to vote against ratifying Sweden’s and Finland’s applications for NATO membership.
  • In 2023, Rosendale was among 47 Republicans to vote in favor of H.Con.Res. 21 which directed President Joe Biden to remove U.S. troops from Syria within 180 days.
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