Pete Kaiser Bio, Wiki, Age, Married, Net Worth, Twitter, Instagram, Known Facts

Pete Kaiser Bio, Wiki, Age, Married, Net Worth, Twitter, Instagram, Known Facts

Pete Kaiser Bio

Peter Kaiser (born 4 December 1958) is an Austrian politician of the Social Democratic Party. Since March 2013 he is governor of Carinthia and since March 2010 also chairman of the SPÖ Carinthia.

Pete Kaiser Trivia Wiki/Bio

Pete Kaiser Personal details

Peter Kaiser Born 4 December 1958 (age 60)
Klagenfurt, Carinthia
Peter Kaiser Political party Social Democratic Party
Peter Kaiser Spouse(s) Larissa Krainer (divorced)
Peter Kaiser Children 1 son
Peter Kaiser Alma mater University of Klagenfurt

Peter Kaiser Biography

Peter Kaiser Married/Spouse

Peter Kaiser was married with Larissa Krainer

Peter Kaiser Children

and is the father of one son.

Besides his political functions, Kaiser has been involved for the Carinthian Volleyball union and the Jugendherbergswesen (Hostelling International).

Peter Kaiser Education

From 1978 to 1987 Peter Kaiser worked as a contractual employee of the Carinthian state government, at the same time he studied sociology and education at the University of Klagenfurt. In 1988 he became Magister and five years later he was promoted to doctor of philosophy.

Peter Kaiser Political career

Kaiser took his first politician position in 1981 as chairman of the Carinthian socialist youth, later in 1986 he became member of the Carinthian Gemeinderat and held this office until 1989. Peter Kaiser was member of the Carinthian Landtag from 1989 to 1994, 1997, 2001 to July 2008, and from November 2005 on as parliamentary leader of the SPÖ. In July 2008 he became state consultant for health and sports. In 2010 Peter Kaiser succeeded Reinhart Rohr (who left the government) as chairman of the SPÖ Carinthia and thus became second deputy governor. Beate Prettner replaced Kaiser in his position as state councilor.

Peter Kaiser SPO Party

In 3 March 2013 the SPÖ became the biggest party again for the first time since 1994, through Peter Kaiser as their top-candidate after the 2013 Carinthian state elections. Subsequently, he was elected governor by the Carinthian Landtag with 30 of 36 votes, and thus succeeded former officeholder Gerhard Dörfler of the Freedom Party. At his inaugural speech Peter Kaiser spoke some words in Slovenian, the second regional language, he was the first Carinthian head of government to do so. On 2 April 2013, Peter Kaiser was sworn-in as governor of Carinthia by Federal President Heinz Fischer.

Peter Kaiser Carinthian state  Election

At the 2018 Carinthian state elections the SPÖ once again grew bigger by gaining + 10,8 Percent under Peter Kaiser as their top candidate. On 16 April 2018 he will officially be confirmed in his position by President Alexander Van der Bellen.

Peter Kaiser Iditarod

Bethel musher Peter Kaiser pumped his fists in the air early Wednesday as his eight-dog team trotted across the finish line to win the 2019 Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race.

Even in the blowing snow hours before sunrise, fans packed the area around the finish chute. They whistled, cheered and chanted Peter Kaiser’s name as he pulled in at 3:39 a.m.

Alaska Native dancers and drummers performed. Dozens of people had flown in from Bethel to watch the 31-year-old musher notch his first Iditarod victory. It’s something he’s been thinking about since he was a little kid, he said.

“It’s amazing,” Peter Kaiser said, “but honestly it’s not going to sink in here for awhile.”

Peter Kaiser is the first musher of Yup’ik descent to win the 1,000-mile race to Nome, and the first Alaska Native champion since John Baker in 2011.

At the finish line, Peter Kaiser shared a long, emotional hug with his wife, Bethany, and their two children, 6-year-old Ari and 1-year-old Aylee. He walked among his dogs, including leaders 4-year-old Lucy and 7-year-old Morrow. Morrow licked his face.

“It’s just amazing,” Bethany said. “It doesn’t feel real yet.”

Peter Kaiser Iditarod 2019 standings

Peter Kaiser finished the Iditarod in 9 days, 12 hours, 39 minutes and 6 seconds. He gets a new truck and a check for at least $50,000 for his win. And Southwest Alaska gets a young champion to cheer, a man who has stayed close to his roots rather than relocating to one of Alaska’s mushing hubs on the road system.

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