Lynn Sweet Bio, Age, Height, Husband, Salary, Net worth, Chicago Sun-Times
Lynn Sweet Biography
Lynn Sweet is an eminent American journalist presently serving for Chicago Sun-Times based in Washington, Washington D.C, United States. She is also a columnist for The Huffington Post and The Hill and has appeared on MSNBC and CNN as a political analyst. Additionally, Sweet has been a frequent guest on Charlie Rose and C-SPAN.
Lynn Sweet Age
Lynn was born in Chicago, Illinois, United States, on May 15, 1951. She is 70 years old.
Lynn Sweet Height
Sweet stands at the height of 5 ft 8 inches (approx. 1.73 m).
Lynn Sweet Family
She was born in Chicago, Illinois, United States to her caring and supportive parents. Though information concerning her father, mother, and siblings is not available and we will update you once we have clear information about her family members.
Lynn Sweet Husband
She is happily married to her wonderful, caring, and loving husband and the duo has two sons. The adorable family resides in Chicago. Nonetheless, detailed information concerning her husband is not available and we will update you once we have her husband’s info together with her children.
Lynn Sweet Education
She joined and graduated from the University of Illinois at Champaign and graduated with a major in Political Science in 1973. Furthermore, Lynn holds a master’s degree from the University of Northwestern Medill School of Journalism.
Lynn Sweet Salary
Lynn receives an average salary of $143,650. This is according to Sun-Times anchor’s/reporters’ salaries.
Lynn Sweet Net Worth
Sweet has an approximate net worth of $12 Million U.S dollars.
Lynn Sweet Career
She currently serves at the Chicago Sun-Times in Washington as a columnist and Washington bureau chief. In n October 2013, Lynn joined Sun-Times in 1976 and became the Washington, D.C. bureau chief for the station. Moreover, She first covered the Cook County government and the Daley Center courts where she gained experience in Chicago politics and was later promoted to become a general assignment reporter.
She has worked as the paper’s chief political writer and covered major stories including the Illinois legislature. Furthermore, She was the first reporter in the country to local political advertisements and fact-check states. As a result, Lynn gained a reputation also from her colleagues and was considered the “voice of Washington politics” for the Chicago Sun-Times by 1993.
Additionally, Lynn also serves for The Hill and The Huffington Post as a columnist and has appeared on MSNBC and CNN as a political analyst including being a guest on Charlie Rose and C-SPAN. Sweet was among the winner of the 50 Top Journalists and was chosen by Washingtonian magazine.