Jason Stuart Miyares is an American politician and lawyer know all about his Family, Net Worth, Parents, Wife, Children, Education, Religion and Ethnicity.
|Name||Jason Stuart Miyares|
|Birthdate||February 11, 1976|
|Age (as of 2022)||45 years|
|Place of Birth||Greensboro, North Carolina, U.S.|
|Mother||Name not Known|
|Father||Name not Known|
|Education||James Madison University (1998), Salem High School|
|Profession||American lawyer and politician|
Jason Stuart Miyares is an American politician and lawyer. On November 3, 2015, he was elected to the Virginia House of Delegates from the 82nd district, which includes a portion of Virginia Beach. In 2021, he was elected Attorney General of Virginia, and on January 15, 2022, he began office.
Jason Miyares Family and Parents
Miyares was born in Greensboro, North Carolina and attended public schools in Virginia Beach.His family had fled from Cuba in 1965.Miyares earned a Bachelor of Business Administration from James Madison University and a Juris Doctor from College of William & Mary’s Law School.He later served as an assistant commonwealth’s attorney in Virginia Beach.
Jason Miyares Wife and Children
Jason Miyares married with beautiful wife Page Miyares.The couple have three daughters together. Jason Miyares lives in Virginia Beach, Virginia with his family.
Jason Miyares Net Worth
Jason Stuart Miyares is an American politician and lawyer has an estimated Net Worth around $1 Million – $2 Million in 2022.
|Net Worth ( 2022 )||$1Million – $2 Million|
|Income Source||American lawyer and politician|
|Yearly Income / Salary||Under Review|
Jason Miyares Career
Miyares worked on George Allen’s 2000 Senate campaign. He was later campaign manager and advisor to Republican Scott Rigell in the 2010 and 2012 congressional elections. He was later a partner with the consulting firm Madison Strategies. In 2015, Miyares ran for the Virginia House of Delegates’ seat being vacated by Bill DeSteph, who ran successfully for the Virginia State Senate.
Unopposed in the June 2015 Republican primary, he defeated Democrat Bill Fleming in the November 2015 general election.He was the first Cuban American elected to the Virginia General Assembly. He was reelected in 2017 and 2019.Miyares voted against the Medicaid expansion bill (HB 5001) in the 2018 legislative session.
Miyares opposes abortion, with exceptions in cases of rape, incest and protecting the life of the mother. He supports the death penalty, and opposed the decision to abolish capital punishment in Virginia in 2021.In 2020, Miyares opposed legislation to increase the minimum wage in Virginia.
In August 2020, he offered HB 5037, a bill that would grant immunity, except in cases of willful misconduct or gross negligence, to public officials and businesses who followed public health measures to prevent the transmission of COVID-19.In September 2020, Miyares voted against legislation to authorize local governments to remove Confederate monuments on public property.
In May 2021, Miyares was nominated as the Republican candidate for Virginia Attorney General. He ran against Mark Herring, the incumbent Democratic attorney general, who sought a third term in the November 2021 general election.Miyares was selected at the Virginia Republican Party’s “unassembled” convention, in which party delegates cast ranked-choice ballots at polling sites across the state.
During his campaign against Herring, Miyares emphasized crime issues. He opposed proposals for the elimination of qualified immunity and declined to take a position on what he would do in the Bijan Ghaisar case. In the November 2021 election, Miyares defeated Herring in a tight race, becoming the first Hispanic and Cuban American to be elected Attorney General of Virginia.