Mike Bonin Age, Career, Politics, Partner, Salary and Net Worth

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This article will answer every question you have about Mike Bonin. Below are some of the frequently asked questions about him.

  1. What does Mike do for a living?
  2. Who are Mike’s parents and siblings?
  3. What are Mike’s interests and hobbies?
  4. Is Mike married or does he have a girlfriend/boyfriend?
  5. Does Mike have any children?
  6. Where is Mike now?
  7. How tall is Mike?
  8. How much money does Mike earn?
  9. What is Mike’s net worth?

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Who is Mike Bonin?

Michael Bonin abbreviated as Mike Bonin is an American eminent politician serving as a member of the Los Angeles City Council for the 11th district since July 1, 2013. A progressive member of the Democratic Party, previously he was a reporter and a council staffer.

How Old Is Mike Bonin?

He is 55 years old as of October 2022, having been born on March 19, 1967, in Clinton, Massachusetts, U.S. Mike shares his birthdate with celebrities such as; Yung Gravy, Michael Le, Paige Danielle, iHasCupquake, Alex French, and many more.

Mike Bonin Family

Who are Mike Bonin’s Parents?

There is no news on the internet showing his parents’ names and whereabouts. In case there is news regarding this matter, we will update it here as soon as possible.

Does Mike Bonin have Siblings?

He had a sister by the name of Maureen, who died of cancer in 2010.

Mike Bonin Education

He received his high school education at Clinton Senior High School where he graduated in 1985. After graduating from high school, he attended Harvard University.

A Photo of Mike Bonin
A Photo of Mike Bonin

Mike Bonin Marital Status

He is married to the love of his life, Sean Arian. They married in 2014.

Mike Bonin Kids

According to news on the internet, it shows that he and his husband Sean have a son.

Mike Bonin Career

He worked as a reporter from 1989 to 1996 at Springfield Newspapers in Springfield, Mass, and Wave Newspapers in Los Angeles, CA.

A Political Career

In 1996, he began his political career in Los Angeles city, thus joining the staff of L.A. City Councilmember Ruth Galanter. During his seven years with Galanter, he worked as a legislative deputy, district director, and deputy chief of staff. He then went on to work in the Office of Congresswoman Jane Harman from 2003 to 2004, as deputy chief of staff and district director. In 2005, he managed Bill Rosendahl’s successful campaign for the L.A. city council. However, during the summer of 2012, he announced that he had been diagnosed with cancer and in October he announced he would not seek reelection. Therefore he endorsed Mike. Mike went on to win the subsequent election with 61% of the vote. And on March 7, 2017, he was re-elected defeating Mark Ryavec and Robin Rudisill.


He was appointed Chair of the City Council’s Transportation Committee and serves as a member of the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority Board of Directors. He and his colleagues Nury Martinez and Curren Price Jr. on February 18, 2014, introduced legislation to establish a living wage of $15.37 per hour for employees at large hotels in Los Angeles. Moreover, he was one of four co-authors of legislation that would raise the minimum wage in Los Angeles in the fall of 2014. Furthermore, he and his colleague Paul Koretz introduced the Los Angeles Fracking Moratorium to the City Council on September 4, 2013. Mike went on to support the construction of a Bridge Home facility in 2018, in a residential area of Venice.

Whereas in May 2021, he sponsored a motion to study temporary homeless housing in parking lots near Will Rogers state beach. On September 15, 2017, a campaign for a recall election to remove Councilman Mike from office was launched. However, the recall campaign failed to receive support from the required five individuals and was thus abandoned before it even formally began. In 2021, a second recall was launched. That same year in November, the group sponsoring the recall claimed that it had submitted signatures to trigger a recall election. The Los Angeles City Clerk announced on January 18, 2022, that although the recall group received 25,965 valid signatures, it fell 1,350 short of the number needed to trigger a recall election. Mike announced on January 26, 2022, that he would not seek reelection for a third term citing depression and health issues.

Mike Bonin Height and Measurements

His body measurements are not mentioned on the internet.

Mike Bonin’s Salary and Net Worth

He has a total pay of $206,747.48 and an estimated net worth of between $1 and $7 million.