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Preceded by  Michael B. Watson
Role  Politician

Name  Monty Mason
Political party  Democratic Party
Party  Democratic Party
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Born  September 8, 1967 (age 48) Farmville, Virginia (1967-09-08)
Alma mater  College of William & Mary
Website  http://www.masonforvirginia.com
Residence  Williamsburg, Virginia, United States

Education  College of William & Mary

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T. Montgomery "Monty" Mason (born September 8, 1967) is an American politician from Virginia. A member of the Democratic Party, Mason is the member of the Virginia Senate for the 1st district.

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Early life

Mason was born in Farmville, Virginia. He attended the College of William & Mary, and graduated in 1989 with a degree in government. Mason works for Visa Inc. as a senior director, specializing on fraud prevention and risk management.

Political career

Mason ran for the Virginia House of Delegates in the 2013 elections. He defeated incumbent Republican Michael B. Watson.

Delegate Mason currently sits on two committees within the state of Virginia as well. These are for the Counties, Cities, and Towns and for the Courts of Justice.

Personal life

Mason is a resident of Williamsburg, Virginia. Mason is an active alumnus at William & Mary, where he currently serves on the Challenge 1 Strategic Planning Committee, and served three years as Chairman of the Athletic Educational Foundation. In 2002, William and Mary awarded him the Young Alumni Service Award. His wife, Pamela, also has ties to The College of William & Mary. She is an alumna of both the William and Mary law and business schools and is now employed by the college as a compliance officer. The couple lives at home with daughters Kate,Taylor Anne, and Hawley.

Mason has been recently awarded the Champion of Free Enterprise Award by the Virginia Chamber of Commerce.

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Monty Mason Wikipedia