He is a journalist and historian, an astute observer of American political trends, his name is Ron Brownstein, an American journalist, who has had great success in explaining with logical accuracy the intricacies of American politics. His extensive experience as a contributing editor for the National Journal, editor for The Atlantic, and election analyst for CNN, has best positioned him to accurately analyze policy, politics, and health care issues. Ron has also shown great skill in the areas of the media and the electorate. The reason for his resounding success is no riddle, his wealth of knowledge is simply informed by his keen sense of American history and politics.
A two-time Pulitzer Prize finalist, Ron Brownstein has been repeatedly cited for his consistency, clarity, and the quality of his reporting on political issues. He is a columnist for CNN.com, The Atlantic and makes regular appearances in the National Journal. Additionally, Ron Brownstein has been named by the Economist as one of the best political journalists in the United States and according to the Washington Post, Ron is one of the great names in gold-plated political journalism who can shape great images with conventional wisdom. His speech reflects his extensive knowledge of American politics and gives him pride of place as
a reliable predictor of America’s future.
Ron Brownstein has appeared several times on This Week, Meet the Press and Newstime with Jim Lehrer. He is also a regular on Washington Week in The Review and Face the Nation. The
Political Analyst is also an accomplished author with six books to his credit.
His real name is Ronald Brownstein, he is Jewish. By descent, born in New York on April 6, 1958. He is of American nationality, but his ethnicity is white. Her father has been identified as David Brownstein and her mother’s name is Shirley, but there is no information about her siblings.
A close examination of his educational background and He graduated from the State University of New York, Binghamton, where Ron Brownstein received a Bachelor of Arts in English Literature in 1979. Details of his early education are not available for the moment.
Career Achievements at CNN
Ron’s career at CNN began in 1998 when he was employed as a political analyst, a position he held for almost five years, covering political issues across America. In 2004, he rose through the ranks to senior political analyst, making
Ron Brownstein a frequent guest on many of his political specials, as well as appearing regularly on the Sunday channels.
The fortune of the famous journalist would be under review, but some sources had valued it at 9 million dollars. It is believed that this fortune comes mainly from his career as a journalist.
Ron Brownstein has registered two marriages and a divorce with his first marriage attempt being to Nina Easton but details of their married life are not known. According to records, they had two children before their marriage ended in divorce.
Eileen Nicole McMenamin became his second wife in a 2005 non-denominational wedding ceremony in Henderson, Nevada. Eileen was once employed by
Senator John McCain as Director of Communications, no news of their offspring has been heard from their union.
Other Facts About Ron Brownstein
He was a White House correspondent for the National Journal in 1983. The Los Angeles Times hired him in 1987 as an editor. In 1989 he moved from the National Journal to the Los Angeles Times as a full-time staff, working in his
capacity as a national correspondent and RonBrownstein became their national political correspondent in 1993. The United States and World Report entrusted him extraordinary work as a political correspondent in 1997.
CNN came calling in 1998 and they gave him the job of political analyst which he held until 2004. He still works for CNN, but as a senior political analyst and he is also employed by Atlantic Media in as Managing Editor for Strategic Partnerships.
The veteran journalist has awarded seven prestigious awards in his career as a journalist. Ron Brownstein is also a two-time Pulitzer Prize finalist for his presidential coverage.
campaigns of 1996, as well as 2004. Moreso, publications like The Economist and Washington Post have touted his journalistic prowess in the past.
- 3. Far from his major career
Ron Brownstein has worked as a content contributor for several publications which include magazines such as; Progressive Nation, Newsday and Washington Monthly. He has also provided quality content to Parade, Reader’s Digest, Nation and several other newspapers.
He is the author or editor of six books including; “Power and Glitter: The Hollywood-Washington” which X-rays the actor-politician relationship. His second book, “Storming the Doors: Protest Politics and Republican Renewal” – co-authored
by Dan Balz, focuses on the revival of the Republican Party that took off during the Clinton administration. His publication “Reagan’s Ruling Class: Portraits of the President’s Top 100 Officials” remained on the Washington Post’s bestseller list for five weeks. Ron Brownstein is co-author of “Selecting a President” and “Who’s Poisoning America.” The New York Times dubbed its latest book “The Second Civil War: How Extreme Bias Crippled”
Washington and Polarized America,” one in 10 books to relax with.