Steve Kornacki Biography
Steve Kornacki (Stephan Joseph Kornacki Jr.) is an American political journalist, writer, and television host. He is a national political correspondent for NBC News and MSNBC. Kornacki studied at Boston University where he graduated with a degree in Political Science.
Kornacki began his journalism career in 2002 as a reporter for PoliticsNJ.com, a New Jersey political news site owned by David Wildstein, where he worked until 2006.
He formerly co-hosted a political news series at News 12 New Jersey and also reported on the U.S. Congress for the newspaper Roll Call.
He has written several articles which have been published in the New York Observer, Salon, The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, the New York Daily News, the New York Post, The Boston Globe, and The Daily Beast.
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Steve was the multimedia anchor and data analyst for much of MSNBC’s, The Place for Politics campaign coverage, which was aired throughout 2016.
He also co-hosted The Cycle on MSNBC with political strategist Krystal Ball, pop-culture commentator Touré Neblett, and conservative columnist S.E. Cupp from the program’s inception through March 20, 2013. On March 19, 2013, it was announced that he would take over another MSNBC program, Up, which aired Saturdays and Sundays from 8 to 10 a.m., starting in April.
At the beginning of 2016, Kornacki hosted a daily program from 4 p.m. to 5 p.m., and was a frequent guest hosts on Hardball with Chris Matthews, The Rachel Maddow Show, and All In with Chris Hayes.
In May 2017, he transitioned away from anchor duties at MSNBC and toward more franchise reporting for NBC News. On May 8, 2017, he was named National Political Correspondent for NBC News Group, with plans to continue co-hosting the 4 p.m. edition of MSNBC Live with Nicolle Wallace.
Steve Kornacki Age
He was born on 22 August 1979 in Groton, Massachusetts, United States. He is 39 years old as of 2018.
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Kornacki stands at a height of 6 feet 1 inches (1.85m).
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Steve Kornacki Family
He is of Lithuanian and Polish descent. Kornacki is the son of Stephan Joseph Kornacki Sr (father). and Anne Ramonas (mother). Steve has one older sister, Kathryn Kornacki, who is a professor at Caldwell University.
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In 2011, Steve Kornacki publicly came out and admitted his sexual orientation, saying that he is gay, through a column in Salon. He has managed to keep his personal life as private as possible and therefore it is not known who his boyfriend or whether he is married.
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He has an estimated net worth of $2 million USD which he has earned through his career thou it is not known the amount of salary he earns.
Steve Kornacki Email
His personal email address is not known to the public, but can reach him through his twitter account.
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Kornacki has not yet revealed his religion on whether he is a Jewish or not.
Up With Steve Kornacki
Steve hosted the Monday edition of “MTP Daily,” “Up with Steve Kornacki” on Saturdays and Sundays 8-10 a.m. ET from 2013–2015. Kornacki’s first episode aired April 13, 2013; he later left in October 2015 for MSNBC dayside.
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- The Cycle (talk show) 2012 – 2015
- Up (TV program) 2011 – 2016
- Deadline: White House – since 2017
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- 2018 Midterm Elections
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Steve Kornacki Breaks Down The Latest Midterm Polling. Steve joined ‘Morning Joe’ with updates on polling on key races, including New York’s 27th congressional district, NJ’s 11th, and Utah’s 4th district.
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In Praise of MSNBC’s Steve Kornacki
It’s the day after the most important midterm election of our lifetimes and I don’t know what to make of our democracy, but I know this much: MSNBC’s Steve Kornacki is the GOAT of election night coverage.
Kornacki is the network’s wonky, bright-eyed, wildly eager analyst who uses the world’s biggest iPad to break down election results across America on a incredibly granular level. If you asked me to find Iowa on a map on national television in a high-stress situation, there’s a strong chance I would not be able to do it. Kornacki not only can electronically parachute right into the Hawkeye State, but zoom straight to the Fourth District to show us the margin by which a racist anti-Semite like Republican representative Steve King is somehow still winning his House race. The information makes me weep for what certain pockets of this country are willing to endorse, but the fact is that Kornacki is able to deliver it readily and knowledgeably.
Look, I tried to watch other board guys do their thing, by which I mean I watched a bit of John King, who does the Kornacki swipe-and-dissect routine for CNN. (I never got around to switching over to Fox News on Tuesday night because: self-care.) King is solid: He’s confident, he knows his stuff, and he clearly has a flair for what people in the election-results game call “banging the glass.” (Note: Nobody calls it that.) But he’s not Kornacki, who, even at his most chill, looks like he’s ready to volunteer to take the AP Government exam for everyone in his class just, you know, to raise their grades and help ’em out a little.
He is always either half-smiling or totally beaming while flicking his way through a series of “too close to calls” or explaining why Loudoun County, Virginia, is electorally important, and his teeth are never less than Crest White Strips perfect. The sleeves of his button-down shirt are, without fail, rolled up to the elbow. He’s an affable graduate school professor on the outside, and full Hermione Granger on the inside. The dude knows how to find the answer to every election night question and, if pressed, could probably find a couple of Horcruxes, too. (Their location is surely embedded that map somewhere.)
Throughout the evening on Tuesday, Brian Williams and Rachel Maddow would often just toss out races at him —“Pull up the Georgia governor’s race! Now check on Oregon!” — as if they were testing him to see how fast his fingers could fly from one side of the country to the other. A couple of times his board failed him, and while he kept his cool, you could tell that internally, he was going full Lewis Black on his technology. But nine-and-a-half times out of ten, he dug right into the requested data and provided helpful political context about every single random county in every conceivable state in this maddeningly polarized nation.
Most Americans can barely remember who their senators are; Kornacki can tell you off the top of his head how right- or left-leaning some random pocket of Pennsylvania is. I firmly believe that on some future election night, he will zoom that map all the way in to your household and explain how you and everyone in your family voted, as well as how that lines up with the number of votes they cast for Hillary Clinton in 2016. He may not even need to zoom into the map to explain it. Steve Kornacki probably already knows.
Before Tuesday’s marathon of coverage even began, Jezebel had declared Kornacki “the only good thing about election night,” praising him for explaining America’s electoral dysfunction in “easy to chew, bite-sized pieces with a touch of absolute fucking chaos.” But last night, MSNBC took things to another level. They had a camera devoted solely to his section of the MSNBC set, and they dubbed it the Kornacki Cam. Williams referred to him deferentially as both “Coach K” and “the hardest-working man in show business.” The dude had at least four battery packs hooked into the back of his belt. One of them was probably for his mic. What were the other ones for? Damned if I know. Probably whatever energy source gives him life?
Williams also joked at one point that they were going to use a commercial break to change Kornacki’s SIM card, implying that the man is an actual machine, and honestly, I buy that. If Steve Kornacki is a robot, please HBO: Make a show about that version of Westworld.
When I woke up this morning, I turned on MSNBC and was disappointed that Kornacki wasn’t still standing there in his khaki pants, in front of that board, explaining results that often defy all sense and reason. (Again, I say to you, Iowa: How did you reelect Steve King?!) Alas, apparently he has to sleep. Or at least that’s what MSNBC wants us to believe.
I don’t have full confidence in where this country is headed or what might happen in the 2020 election. But I do believe 100 percent in Steve Kornacki, the Prince of Election Night Swiping and King of Lickety-Split Political Party Data Analysis.