Martin Tolchin Bio, Age, Family, Wife, Kids, (The Hill), NYT Journalist, Retire, and Net worth

Martin Tolchin


Martin Tolchin Biography

Martin Tolchin an American former award-winning Congressional Correspondent, New York Times; Founder, Publisher, and Editor-in-Chief, The Hill Newspaper. He as well worked in the New York Times’ D.C. bureau for 21 years before co-founding The Hill with prominent New York businessman and Democratic fundraiser Jerry Finkelstein in 1994.

Martin Tolchin Age

Tolchin was born on September 20, 1928, in Brooklyn, NY, United States.

Martin Tolchin Journalist

Tolchin used to work as a Congressional Correspondent, New York Times; Founder, Publisher, and Editor-in-Chief, The Hill Newspaper. The Hill is an American news website, based in Washington, D.C. which began as a newspaper publisher in 1994. It is owned by Capitol Hill Publishing, which is owned by News Communications, Inc.

His career highlights are; Reporter New York Times, New York City, 1954—1994. Public, editor-in-chief The Hill, Washington, 1994—2002. Senior public, editor The Politico, 2006—2008. Public policy scholar Woodrow Wilson International Center Scholars, since 2008

He made headlines after dismissing former publication’s call for an investigation into Tara Reade’s sexual assault allegations against former Vice President Joe Biden. Over the weekend, the Times published an editorial calling on the Democratic National Committee (DNC) to investigate the allegations against the party’s presumptive nominee. His letter suggested that an investigation would be too risky an undertaking before the November election and could risk dooming Biden’s chances of defeating President Trump.

Martin Tolchin Net Worth

Tolchin estimated net worth is under review.

Martin Tolchin Books

  • Politics, Journalism, and The Way Things Were: My Life at The Times, The Hill, and Politico (Media and Power) Nov 7, 2019
    2.Glass Houses: Congressional Ethics And The Politics Of Venom Mar 13, 2018
  • PATRONAGE Dec 22, 2015

Martin Tolchin Awards

Tolchin earned the Gold Typewriter Award, E. M. Schaeffer Co., Citizens Budget Community award, and Page One Award, New York Newspaper Guild, all 1967, all for articles on municipal hospitals; Page One Award, 1969, for articles on consulting contracts, and 1973, for articles on the South Bronx; Everett McKinley Dirksen Award, 1983, for distinguished reporting of Congress; Buying into America: How Foreign Money Is Changing the Face of the Nation was selected as one of the year’s ten best business books by Business Week, 1988.

Martin Tolchin Height and Weight

Martin stands tall at an average height and has an average body weight.

Martin Tolchin Education

Tolchin i graduated from the University of Utah, 1947-1949; Bachelor of Laws, New York Law School, 1951.

Martin Tolchin Family

Tolchin was born in a Jewish family to his parents Charles T. and Evelyn Weisman Tolchin. His father worked as a furrier and his mother Evelyn was a homemaker.

Martin Tolchin Wife

Tolchin was previously married to the late Susan Jane Tolchin (January 14, 1941 – May 18, 2016). His deceased wife was an American political scientist. She co-authored many books on American politics. She passed away of ovarian cancer in 2016, at the age of 75. The pair were married on December 23, 1965, till her death, they had lived together for 51 years. The couple’s union produced two children namely, Charles and Karen.