Mark Keough

Mark Keough - Republican (Incumbent)

Mark Keough is the Senior Pastor of The Woodlands Bible Church in the Woodlands Texas. Having recently retired after 26 years in the automotive industry he and his wife Kim chose to pursue Christian Ministry as their full time vocation. 

During his 26 years in business Mark has been privileged to be a General Sales Manager, General Manager and Dealer Principle of a number of Houston Metropolitan Ford dealerships with his last position being the General Sales Manager of Northside Lexus having served there for almost 14 years. 

He has been the host of prime time automotive television infomercials and radio advertising and has hosted a local Christian radio show as well as been a featured speaker at local churches and retreats as well as conferences as far away as South Africa.

He holds Masters Degrees from Dallas Theological and Grace theological Seminaries as well as done studies at the University of Cincinnati and holds a bachelors degree from Cedarville University. 

Politically Mark calls himself a "constitutional conservative".  He is an advocate of small business, free markets, fiscal responsibility, pro-life, pro traditional marriage and family and small Government. He holds to the values of one national language (English), secure borders, and to the preservation of the American Culture based upon its historical Judeo Christian Foundation.

Mark has been a life time member of theNRA for over 20 years, he is a second amendment advocate and staunch defender of citizens right to gun ownership and possession.  

He is an avid hunter, fisherman and sporting clay enthusiast. He has hunted American game as well as taken trophy plains game from South Africa Limpopo province.

He is the father of four children and grandfather to three. He has 3 dogs and resides with his wife Kim in the Woodlands TX.

Mark was sworn in as the newly elected State Representative serving the Citizens of Texas House District 15.  He was elected to serve a full 2 year term that currently expires in 2017.


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Cash on Hand: $13,437.61

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