|Stodola in 2011|
|Mayor of Little Rock, Arkansas|
|Preceded by||Jim Dailey|
|Spouse(s)||Jo Ellen Stodola|
|Residence||Little Rock, Arkansas|
Mark Stodola is an American politician and lawyer. First elected in 2006, he has served as the Mayor of Little Rock, Arkansas, since January 2007. Stodola won re-election to a second, four-year term in November 2010 by a landslide 84.73 percent of the vote.
Stodola holds double bachelor's degrees in political science and journalism from the University of Iowa. He obtained a law degree from the University of Arkansas School of Law in Fayetteville, Arkansas.
Stodola is married to his wife Jo Ellen and together they have 3 children: one daughter named Allison and twin sons named Robert and John Mark.
Stodola is currently a member of the Rotary club in Little Rock. Stodola graduated from the Leadership Greater Little Rock, and has also served as Chair of Class 16 for the same program. He is also a member of the Heights Neighborhood Association and serves as Co-Chair of the Downtown Partnership's Main Street Task Force. Stodola has made time to serve on the Board of the Arkansas Repertory Theatre and is Past-President of the Quapaw Quarter Association and the Historic Preservation Alliance of Arkansas. Lastly the mayor has worked with the Big Brothers/Big Sisters Program.
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- "Arkansas Little Rock Mayor Mark Stodola". City of Little Rock. Retrieved 14 December 2012.
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