Jack Davis (industrialist)

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Jack Davis
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Born1933 (age 88–89)
CitizenshipUnited States
EducationIndustrial engineer
Alma materUniversity of Buffalo, 1955
OccupationBusinessman
Politician
Years active47 in business
7 in politics
EmployerSelf
Net worth$18.2-$83.4 million
Political partyIndependent politician
Tea Party
(registered Republican)
MovementThird party
Opponent(s)Tom Reynolds (R) (2004, 2006)
Jon Powers (D), Alice Kryzan (D) (2008)
Jane Corwin (R), Kathy Hochul (D), Ian Murphy (G) (2011)
Spouse(s)Barbara
Childrensix<
WebsiteJack Davis for Congress

John "Jack" Davis (born 1933) is an American industrialist and perennial candidate. Davis is the owner of I Squared R Element Company, which he founded in the 1960s.

Davis ran four times for New York's 26th congressional district seat in the U.S. House of Representatives between 2004 and 2011, three times as a Democrat (twice as the general election candidate against incumbent Tom Reynolds and a third time in a three-way primary) and once as an independent.[1]

References[change | change source]

  1. Casey J. Bortnick (February 22, 2011). "Jack Davis Looking for a Party to Back Him in NY's 26th District". YNN, Your News Now. Batavia, NY. Retrieved May 19, 2011.