Brynhild Oliva Stringer
Brynhild Oliva Stringer is the wife of former Arizona lawmaker, David Stringer –who recently stepped down as a Member of Arizona House of Representatives.
Brynhild’s husband had been facing an ethics investigation. As a Republican member of the Arizona House of Representatives, David represented District 1 from 2017 to 2019.
The former lawmaker presented his resignation over recent remarks on race and immigration, as well as decades-old charges of sexual abuse.
Records online show David is related to Brynhild Oliva Stringer, Andrea and Brynie Stringer. Check out more facts about the politician below.
#1 Stringer came under fire in January after a report on the Phoenix New Times said that Stringer had been charged with multiple sex offenses, including child pornography, in 1983. At the time he lived in Baltimore, Maryland and Stringer had to undergone treatment and received five-years of probation.
#2 He had previously gone viral after stating during a speech on school integration over the summer, “there aren’t enough white kids to go around”
He also told Arizona State University students that black people “don’t blend in” and that non-native English-speaking students are a “burden” –remakrs for which he apologized.
#3 Brynhild Oliva Stringer remains quite the mystery, according to online records, the political spouse is also in her 70’s. It is unclear if the couple has any children together. Possible relatives for the couple include, Andrea and Brynie Stringer.
#4 His campaign website describes him as the owner of a Comfort Inn in Prescott, but financial disclosure statements indicate that he sold the hotel in 2017. He previously worked as an attorney.
#5 Earlier this month the Arizona State Bar dismissed its investigation into Stringer’s 2004 application to join the bar. The investigation was about whether or not the Arizona Bar had been properly notified of his 1983 arrest. The Arizona Bar found no evidence that Stringer had withheld the information.