Mark Pody

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Mark Pody is an American politician. He serves as the Republican member of the Tennessee House of Representatives from the 46th district, encompassing Cannon County as well as parts of Wilson County and Dekalb County.[1][2]


Early life[edit]

Mark Pody was born on April 23, 1956 in Spokane, Washington.[1]


He runs a life insurance small business.[1]

He is a member of the Tennessee Firearms Association, the Chambers of Commerce in Lebanon, the Trousdale County, Watertown, and Cannon County.[1] He is also a past President of the General Agents & Managers Association.[1] A private pilot, he is a member of the Civil Air Patrol.[1]

In April 2012, he proposed a legislation in favor of religious freedom on state college campuses in reaction to Vanderbilt University's "all-comers" policy.[3][4][5]

Personal life[edit]

A Christian, he is married and has two children.[1][6]