Karl Christian Rove is an American Republican political consultant, policy advisor and lobbyist. He was Senior Advisor and Deputy Chief of Staff during the George W. Bush administration until his resignation on August 31, 2007. He has also headed the Office of Political Affairs, the Office of Public Liaison, and the White House Office of Strategic Initiatives. Prior to his White House appointments, he is credited with the 1994 and 1998 Texas gubernatorial victories of George W. Bush, as well as Bush's 2000 and 2004 successful presidential campaigns. In his 2004 victory speech Bush referred to Rove as "the Architect". Rove has also been credited for the successful campaigns of John Ashcroft, Bill Clements, Senator John Cornyn, Governor Rick Perry, and Phil Gramm. Since leaving the White House, Rove has worked as a political analyst and contributor for Fox News, Newsweek and The Wall Street Journal.
|Born:||December 25, 1950, Denver, Colorado, U.S.|
|President:||George W. Bush|
|Preceded by:||Harriet Miers|
|Succeeded by:||Joel Kaplan|
|Twitter:||Karl Rove's Twitter profile|
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About Karl Rove
Deputy Chief of Staff during President George W. Bush's administration who was often referred to as 'the architect' of the administration's policies. After he left the White House he began to make frequent appearances on Fox News.
Karl Rove Before Fame
In 1970, he played a part in a prank wherein he broke into the office of Alan Dixon's, who was running for Treasurer in Illinois, and stole his letterhead.
Achievement of Karl Rove
Karl Rove Family Life
He married for a third time in 2012, to Karen Johnson; his prior two marriages ended in divorce. He has a son named Andrew.
Associations of Karl Rove
He campaigned for Rick Perry in the early 1990's.
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- Members of the Committee for the Re-Election of the President
- Leadership Institute alumni and associates
- College Republican National Committee chairs
- White House Deputy Chiefs of Staff
- American Anglicans
- 21st-century American Episcopalians
- Writers from Denver
- American campaign managers
- Writers from Salt Lake City
- George Mason University alumni
- Fox News people
- 20th-century American Episcopalians
- American political consultants
- American adoptees
- Conservatism in the United States