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|Kory in 2010|
|Member of the Virginia House of Delegates
from the 38th district
January 13, 2010
|Preceded by||Robert D. Hull|
April 18, 1947 |
|Spouse(s)||Ross C. Kory, Jr.|
|Children||Matthew, Alexander, Caroline|
|Residence||Fairfax County, Virginia|
|Alma mater||Miami University
University of Iowa
George Mason University
|Committees||Counties Cities and Towns, Science and Technology|
Kaye Kory (born April 18, 1947) is an American politician. Since 2010 she has served in the Virginia House of Delegates, representing the 38th district in Fairfax County. She served on the Fairfax County School Board 1999–2009. Kory is a member of the Democratic Party.
Kory has served on the House committees on Counties, Cities and Towns (2010–), Militia, Police and Public Safety (2012–), and Science and Technology (2010–).
Kory was born in Chicago. She attended The American School in Japan, and received a B.A. degree from Oxford College, now part of Miami University in 1969. She has also attended the University of Iowa and George Mason University.
Kory married Ross C. Kory, Jr. They have three children.
For two years, Kory was a VISTA volunteer working on housing and anti-poverty issues. As a program adviser to a Community Agency on Aging and Executive Director at the Saunders B. Moon Senior Citizens Center in the Gum Springs neighborhood of Fairfax County, Kory established a free transportation for the elderly.
In June 1999, Kory won a special election for the Fairfax County School Board. Kory won her next three subsequent elections.
|Virginia House of Delegates, 38th district|
|Jun 9, 2009||Democratic primary||L. Kaye Kory||2,535||50.64|
|Robert D. Hull||2,470||49.35|
|Nov 3, 2009||General||L. Kaye Kory||Democratic||9,621||59.50|
|Danny R. Smith||Republican||6,505||40.23|
|Incumbent lost in primary; seat stayed Democratic|
|Nov 8, 2011||General||L. Kaye Kory||Democratic||8,106||76.43|
|James L. "Jim" Leslie||Independent Green||2,402||22.64|
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