Mark Keam

Mark Keam has served in the House of Delegates since 2010.

Currently represents House of Delegates District 35

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Mark Keam has served in the House of Delegates since 2010.

Political Party: Democrat
(49% of legislators are Democrat)

Race: Asian
(1% of legislators are Asian)

Gender: Male
(73% of legislators are male)

Age: 51
(29% of legislators are 46-55)

Length of Service: Member since 2010; 8 years of service
(32% of legislators have served for 5-12 years)

Margin of Victory: Uncontested
(34% of legislators had this margin of victory in their last General Assembly election)

Birth State: Seoul, Korea
(47% of legislators were born outside of Virginia)

Region: District Office Area Code 571 / 703
(28% of legislators represent this region)

Education Level: Law Degree
(30% of legislators have similar education)

Undergrad Public / Private: State University
(49% of legislators have a similar undergraduate education)

Attorney: Yes
(31% of legislators are attorneys)

Military: Non-Military
(81% of legislators have a similar military background)

Occupation: Lawyers / External Affairs, Verizon
(26% of legislators have a similar occupation)

Stocks/Investments: Between $500,001 and $999,999
(11% of legislators have similar value of stocks/investments)

Real Estate: Owns property that generates rental income or used for business
(47% of legislators have similar real estate holdings)

Floor Vote Participation 100%
Close Votes 123
Abstentions 0
Present but Not Voting 2
Changed Votes 0
Voting Unity
Democratic Caucus 98%
Northern Virginia Delegation 99%
Organization % Agreement
on Selected Votes
Family Foundation 24%
National Fed of Independent Business (NFIB) - State 57%
NVa Chamber Partnership 84%
Sierra Club - Va Chapter 110%
Va Education Assn 100%
Va League of Conservation Voters 100%

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