Fred Lucas Biography
Fred Lucas is a well-known American Chief National Affairs Correspondent in The Daily Signal in the Washington DC-Baltimore area since joining in May 2020. Lucas also serves at FOX News Channel as a Freelance Political Journalist and Author of the “Abuse of Power”.
Earlier he served as a White House Correspondent in The Blaze for a period of two years and ten months. Further, he is a proud alumnus of Western Kentucky University.
Fred Lucas Age
Fred Lucas was born in the United States of America. Fred seems to be around 44 years old. Nonetheless, details concerning his year and date of birth that Fred was born remain undercover. We will update this as soon as we get clear facts about the year and date of birth that he was born.
Fred Lucas Height
He is of average height. Fred stands at a height of5 feet 7 inches (approximately 1.74 m).
Fred Lucas Family
Lucas was born to his American parents in the United States. Nevertheless, details concerning whether he has any siblings and his parents will be updated as soon as possible.
Fred Lucas Wife
Being a popular Chief National Affairs Correspondent in Washington DC he has maintained his marital status undercover. Nevertheless, no details about Fred being engaged, married, or single.
Fred Lucas Education
He has a bachelor’s degree in Journalism and Political Science from the University of Western Kentucky and graduated in 1995. Fred afterward pursued a master’s degree in Journalism from Columbia University-Graduate School of Journalism. graduating in 2006.
Fred Lucas Salary
Lucas receives an annual average salary of $ 56,865. This is according to The Daily Signal anchors\reporters salaries.
Fred Lucas’ Net Worth
Lucas has an estimated net worth of $4.5 million dollars US dollars.
Fred Lucas Career
Lucas is currently working as Chief National Affairs Correspondent in The Daily Signal in the Washington DC-Baltimore area since joining in May 2020. Fred serves at FOX News Channel as a Freelance Political Journalist. He served as a White House Reporter at the station for Four Years. Before o that, he worked as a White House Reporter in The Blaze for a period of two years and ten months.
His career life began following graduating from Western Kentucky University and later joining The State Journal as a Political Reporter for more than one year. Fred drove to Danbury and served as a Capitol Reporter in The News-Times for four years and at MRC and CNSNews.com as a White House Reporter for six years and seven months.
Additionally, he served in Washington D.C. as a Contributing Editor in Townhall Media for more than three years. Fred is the writer of Abuse of Power a book that talks more about Inside the Three Year Campaign to Impeach Donald Trump since Aug 2020. He too authored Tainted by Suspicion a book that contains The Secret Deals and Electoral Chaos of Disputed Presidential Elections in May 2016.
He has obtained a number of awards and honors during his professional life including two-time awards from the Society of Professional Journalists Connecticut Journalism Awards, the Columbia Scholastic Press Association – Gold Circle Awards, and three-time honors from the Kentucky Press Association for his best coverage and news stories.