Mark Warner is a politician and businessman from the United States. Warner is a member of the Democratic Party. He has been the senior United States Senator representing Virginia since 2009. Mark is also the Vice Chairman of the Senate Democratic Caucus and the Senate Intelligence Committee.
|date of birth
|December 15, 1954
|68 years old
|Indianapolis, Indiana, United States of America
|6 feet 0 inches
|320 million dollars
Age and Early Life of Mark Warner
Mark Warner was born on December 15, 1954 in Indianapolis, Indiana, United States. His name is Mark Robert Warner and he is of white descent. Robert F. Warner (father) and Marjorie Johnston Warner (mother) raised him. Lisa Warner is his younger sister. He grew up in Illinois and Vernon, Connecticut.
Mark attended Rockville High School while in Connecticut. Then he was class president for three years. He then continued his studies in political science at George Washington University. He graduated from there in 1977. After that, he attended Harvard Law School and graduated with honors.
Mark Warner’s height and weight
Mark Warner is 6 feet 0 inches tall, weighs 80 kg, and his other body dimensions are unknown. His eyes and hair are dark brown.
Mark Warner Net Worth
How much is Mark Warner’s net worth? The estimated net worth of this politician in August 2023 is $320 million. He is also a businessman engaged in agriculture and winemaking. He also has property in Virginia. According to reports, the senator’s annual compensation is approximately $174,000.
Mark Warner’s career
In the early 1980s, Mark Warner worked as an employee of US Senator Christopher Dodd. Later, he practiced law in the field of telecommunications. After that, he worked in public health, telecommunications, information technology and education. During that time, he established four investment funds in Virginia and gave millions to charity. After that, he ran for the United States Senate against incumbent Republican John Warner in 1996.
However, he lost the election. In 2001, he ran for governor as a moderate Democrat. Mark won his race against Republican challenger Mark Earley. He was elected governor of Virginia in 2002 and served until 2006. During the 2008 presidential election, Mark was considered a potential opponent of Barack Obama. However, he announced in October 2006 that he would not run for president.
Mark campaigned for a seat in the United States Senate in Virginia in 2008. In 2009, he was elected as the senior United States Senator from Virginia. Since then he has been the senior United States Senator from Virginia. She successfully fought for the Department of Veterans Affairs to improve access to PTSD treatment for female military veterans returning from tours of duty in Iraq and Afghanistan while she was a senator. He also serves as vice chairman of the Senate Democratic Caucus and the Senate Intelligence Committee.
Mark Warner’s Wife and Marriage
Who is Mark Warner’s wife? Mark Warner has been married for a long time. He is married to Lisa Collis, his longtime lover. In 1984, the couple met at a keg party in Washington, DC. After a five-year romance, the couple married in 1989. Eliza Warner, Madison Warner and Gillian Warner are their three children.