Julia Salazar Height, Weight, Age, Wiki, Net Worth, Family, Facts

Julia Salazar


Julia Salazar is an American politician and activist. Recently in an election, she defeated New York State Senator Martin Malave Dilan to become the Democratic nominee for the 18th district. Her campaign gained attention after she was endorsed by Democratic Socialist of America, Cynthia Nixon and Alsxandria Ocasio-Cortez. She now advances to the general election on November 6, 2018 where she does not face a Republican opponent.

Full Name Julia Salazar
Nick Name Julia
Occupation Politician and Activist

Personal Details:

Date of Birth December 31, 1990
Age (as in 2018) 27 years old
Born Place Miami, Florida, United States
Sun Sign Capricorn
Nationality American
Ethnicity White

Education Details

Qualification She did not earn a degree but went to Columbia University
School Not Available
College Columbia University

Julia Salazar Family:

Father Not Available
Mother Not Available
Brother Not Available
Sister Not Available
Children NOne

Julia Salazar Height and Weight

Height In feet: 5 feet 8 inches
In meters: 1.73 m
In centimeters: 173 cm
Weight In Kg: 55 kg
In Pounds: 121 pounds

Physical Stats

Body Measurements 32-23-34 inches
Bra Size 32B
Dress size 2 (US)
Shoe size 7 (US)
Eye Color Dark Brown
Hair Color Dark Brown

Husband/Boyfriend and Affairs

Marital Status Unmarried
Husband None
Current Relationship with We have no information about her relationship status
Past Affairs Not Available

Salary and Net Worth

Salary Not Available
Net Worth Not Available


Best Known for Julia Salazar is best known for defeating New York State Senator Martin Malave Dilan to become the democratic nominee for the 18th district in 2018.

Social Profiles and Contact Information

Facebook Not Available
Twitter Not Available
Instagram juliasalazar


Some Facts about Julia Salazar

  • Her mother is an American while her father was naturalized citizen from Colombia.
  • When she turned 18 years old, she was registered as a Republican.
  • As a politician, she supports decriminalization of sex work, Medicare for all and the abolition of ICE.
  • In September 2018, she accused David Keyes, a spokesperson for Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of sexual assault. 11 additional women came out with similar allegations but Keyes has denied all those allegations.


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