Tom Graves Biography, Age, Height, Net worth, Family, Wife, Education, Election

Tom Graves
U.S. Representative for Georgia's 14th congressional district, Tom Graves

Tom Graves Biography

Tom Graves is a well-known American politician who served as the U.S. Representative for Georgia’s 14th congressional district from 2010 to 2021. Throughout his career, Graves has been a prominent figure in conservative politics and has been instrumental in shaping legislation on a wide range of issues.

Tom Graves Age

Born in St. Petersburg, Florida, USA on February 3, 1970, Graves is 53 years old and marks his birthday on the same day every year.

Tom Graves Education background

Graves completed his high school education at Cass High School in Cartersville, Georgia, where he was a member of the football team, playing as a linebacker and offensive guard. Subsequently, he enrolled at the University of Georgia, where he obtained his Bachelor of Business Administration degree in 1994. While studying at the university, Graves actively participated in various extracurricular activities, such as being a member of the Sigma Chi Fraternity and the Student Government Association.

Tom Graves’s Height

Graves has a height of 6 feet 1 inch.

Tom Graves Net worth

It is estimated that Graves’ net worth is around $5 million.

Tom Graves Children

Graves has a family consisting of two daughters, JoAnn and Janey Graves, as well as a son named John T. Graves.

Tom Graves Wife

Graves tied the knot with his wife, Julie Howard Graves, who works as a schoolteacher, and together they have three children.

Tom Graves Business Career

After graduating from college, Graves worked in the real estate industry for several years before founding his own business Investments. Graves ventured into the business world by purchasing a landscaping company. He later shifted his focus to real estate investment and eventually acquired a motel in Calhoun, which he renovated. However, it was reported that Graves and Rogers were sued by Bartow County Bank for defaulting on their $2.2 million bank loan.


In 2002, Graves secured a position as a member of the Georgia House of Representatives, a role he held until 2010. Throughout his tenure in the state legislature, Graves was recognized for his conservative stances on a range of topics, such as taxation, healthcare, and education.

Tom Graves Tenure

During his time in Congress, Graves was known for his conservative voting record. He opposed the Obamacare, supported tax cuts, and voted in favor of restrictions on abortion rights.

Positions on key issues

Graves was an advocate for smaller government and reducing government spending. He supported efforts to balance the federal budget and was a vocal critic of government regulations, particularly those that he felt were burdensome for businesses.

Tom Graves Controversies and criticism

Graves has not been without controversy during his political career. He has been criticized for his support of President Donald Trump, particularly during the impeachment proceedings. He was also criticized for accepting campaign donations from a company that had been accused of fraud.