Clark Stith Net Worth 2024: Age, Wife, Children, Family

Clark Stith net worth

Clark Stith Net Worth

Clark Stith’s net worth is estimated at $3 million.

Who is Clark Stith?

Clark Stith is a member of the Wyoming House of Representatives representing District 48 since June 5, 2017. He is an American by nationality and his occupation title is politician.

Born on May 19, 1961 (age 62 years) in Atchison, Kansas, United States. Clark Stith is regarded as a native of Atchison. However, prior to his elevation to the Wyoming House of Representatives, Stith was Chairman of the Sweetwater County Republican Party.

He was elected to the Rock Springs City Council in 2012 to replace retiring City Councilor Joyce Corcoran and was reelected in 2016. Stith resigned from the City Council after moving out of the ward. He has practiced law in Rock Springs since 1997.

Stith challenged incumbent Democratic State Senator Rae Lynn Job in the general election, having won the Republican nomination unopposed. Job defeated Stith with 55.6% of the vote.

After incumbent Democratic State Representative Bud Nelson announced his retirement, Stith announced his candidacy for House District 48. Stith won the Republican primary unopposed and faced former Rock Springs City Councilman Marty Martin in the general election. Martin defeated Stith with 55.1% of the vote.

Stith challenged incumbent Democratic State Representative Bernadine Craft in the general election, having won the Republican nomination for House District 17 unopposed. Craft defeated Stith with 53.8% of the vote.

When incumbent Republican State Treasurer Joe Meyer died, Stith was one of three finalists submitted to Governor Matt Mead as Meyer’s replacement. Rancher and former Congressional candidate Mark Gordon was ultimately appointed to the position.

In 2014, after incumbent Republican Secretary of State Max Maxfield announced his retirement, Stith announced his candidacy, becoming the second Republican to enter the race behind State Representative Dan Zwonitzer who later withdrew.

He faced former Speaker of the Wyoming House of Representatives Ed Buchanan, former State Representative Pete Illoway, and businessman Ed Murray in the Republican primary. Stith placed last in the primary, having won only 8.6% of the vote.

In 2017, he was appointed by the Sweetwater County Commission to fill the vacancy in House District 48 after incumbent Republican Representative Mark Baker resigned, having moved out of the district.

Clark Stith Wife

Clark Stith is currently single and has two children. He was married to his first wife Lisa Anselmi-Dalton but the couple later divorced.

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