|L. Mark Dudenhefer|
|Member of the Virginia House of Delegates
from the 2nd district
|Preceded by||Bud Phillips|
September 25, 1952 |
|Spouse(s)||LaVera Kay Brooks|
|Children||Christian Dudenhefer, Rebecca Craven, Emily Dudenhefer|
|Alma mater||Louisiana State University
University of Phoenix
|Committees||Education; Transportation; Science and Technology|
|Service/branch||United States Marine Corps|
|Years of service||1974-2004|
L. Mark Dudenhefer (born September 25, 1952) is an American politician. A Republican, he was elected to the Virginia House of Delegates in 2011. He currently represents[update] the 2nd district, made up of parts of Prince William and Stafford counties in Northern Virginia. Previously, he served 2005–2011 on the Stafford County Board of Supervisors.
Life before political career
Dudenhefer received a B.S. degree in Economics from the Louisiana State University in 1974. That same year, he enlisted in the United States Marine Corps. He served in the Corps until 2004, rising to the rank of colonel. He also received an M.B.A. degree from Tulane University and a Masters degree in Computer Information Systems from the University of Phoenix.
|Virginia House of Delegates, 2nd district|
|Nov 8, 2011||General||L. Mark Dudenhefer||Republican||5,767||56.02|
|Bud Phillips was redistricted out; seat changed from Democratic to Republican|
Dudenhefer served on the Stafford County Board of Supervisors 2005–2011; he was its chair for two years.
When the 2nd House district was moved to his area by redistricting, Dudenhefer was unopposed as the Republican nominee for the seat. He defeated Democrat Esteban Garces in the general election, 5767-4507.
- "Virginia House of Delegates 2012; Delegate L. Mark Dudenhefer;". Virginia House of Delegates. Retrieved 2012-10-29.
- "Delegate Mark Dudenhefer". Retrieved 2012-10-29.
- ""November 2011 General Election Official Results". Virginia State Board of Elections. Retrieved 2013-04-17.
- "Delegate Mark Dudenhefer (R-Stafford)". Richmond Sunlight.
- "Mark Dudenhefer". Virginia Public Access Project.
- "Election Results". Virginia State Board of Elections.
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