Who Is Sarvjit Randhawa, Harmeet Dhillon’s Husband?

Sarvjit Randhawa

Sarvjit Randhawa is currently married to Harmeet Dhillon who is an American lawyer and Republican Party official. She is the former vice chairwoman of the California Republican Party. The couple tied the knot in February 2011 on Angle Island in San Francisco. Dhillon married three times. She left an arranged marriage after the boyfriend assaulted her. Then she married Dr. Kanwarjit Singh. She married Sarvjit Randhawa. She has no kids.

Sarvjit Randhawa Net Worth

Sarvjit Randhawa’s net worth is not known. His wife, Harmeet Dhillon unsuccessfully challenged incumbent Ronna McDaniel as chairperson of the Republican National Committee, in Jan 2023. Her net worth is estimated to be $3 million – 5 million.

Sarvjit Randhawa Short Bio
Age 58 years (in 2023)
Birthday 1965
Famous As Harmeet Dhillon’s Husband
Birthplace USA
Ethnicity Mixed
Nationality American
Sexuality Straight
Height In feet & inches: 5′ 8″
In meters: 1.72
Weight (approx.) 72 kg (160 lbs)
Wife Harmeet Dhillon
Kids No

Where Is Harmeet Dhillon’s Grew Up?

Harmeet Dhillon was born in Chandigarh, India to a Punjabi Sikh family in 1969. Her family went to the US when she was young so her father could become an orthopedic physician. Her family moved to Smithfield, NC. She entered Dartmouth College after graduating high school at 16. She was Dartmouth Review editor-in-chief and a writer.

A satirical column she wrote at The Review criticized the school’s president and his practices, causing controversy. Due to his purported anti-conservative policies, Jewish President James O. Freedman was compared to Adolf Hitler in the column.

Sarvjit Randhawa Facts

  • Sarvjit Randhawa’s wife, Harmeet Dhillon attended the University of Virginia School of Law.
  • He ran for a seat in the California Assembly, in 2008.
  • He gave a speech at President Trump’s “Social Media Summit”, in 2019.
  • It was during the Trump 2020 campaign that she served as a legal adviser.
  • During the time that the Trump campaign was claiming that there was voter fraud during the 2020 election, Dhillon stated that the campaign was hoping that the Supreme Court, which would include judges selected by Trump such as Amy Coney Barrett would assist Trump in winning the presidency.