Paul Broun’s Wife Niki Broun

Niki Broun

Niki Broun is the longtime wife of former politician, Paul Broun -best known for representing Georgia’s 10th congressional district.

Nikki’s former Congressman husband is making headlines after he recently posted on social media a warning about people having to defend against “looting hordes from Atlanta” during these “uncertain times.”

Paul Broun volunteered to serve as U.S. Marine at age 18. He graduate of UGA & Medical College of Georgia and was a family physician for forty years. He served on Foundation Board of St. Mary’s Hospital, Athens and on hospital’s Long Range Planning Committee.
He became Medical Officer in U.S. Navy Reserves; promoted to Commander, U.S. Navy Reserves; served in Afghanistan and was honorably discharged in 2014.
He was then elected to U.S. House in 2007 special election; re-elected in ’08, ’10 & ’12.

Niki Broun

Paul has been married to longtime wife, Niki Broun since 1985. Niki Broun is actually his fourth wife.
Paul and wife Niki Broun have three adult children, Lucy, Carly and Collins. They also have at least two grandchildren, Tillman and Lucile. The Brouns are members of Prince Avenue Baptist.

Niki Broun has been her husband’s biggest supporter of his political career, back in 2014, it was her who announced to a crowd in Gwinnett that her husband was running for the the U.S. Senate seat.

Niki Broun, according to the story on,

“stood up in front of the crowd and … declared that not only did her husband have her permission and support to run to be Georgia’s next junior U.S. Senator, but that he was openly announcing his candidacy.”

During his campaign, she made a number of travels to speak on behalf of her then candidate husband. The blonde spouse and mother went to Forsyth County for some woman-to-women conversation about her husband.
Also in 2014, she spoke to the Coweta Republican Party’s monthly breakfast, she was introduced by Coweta GOP Chairman Brant Frost V.
Niki Broun was also right there holding the bible when her husband was sworn in by Speaker of the House, Rep. Nancy Pelosi.