Mary S. Hooper
State Representative, Washington District
Mary S. Hooper (born Heidelberg, Germany) is an American politician and civic leader from the state of Vermont. She is a second-term member of the Vermont House of Representatives representing the Washington-5 Representative District.She served four 2-year terms as mayor of Montpelier, the capital city of Vermont. Hooper was first elected mayor in 2004 and was re-elected in 2006, 2008, and 2010. Although Montpelier's municipal elections are non-partisan, Hooper was elected as a Democrat to the Vermont state legislature in 2008.Hooper did not run for reelection as Mayor in 2012 and was succeeded by John Hollar.
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