17 Mormons in Congress in 2013
Faleomavaega is one of five territorial representatives in the House, serving as American Samoa’s nonvoting delegate.
University of Houston
University of California at Berkeley
United States Army 1966–1969
Administrative assistant to American Samoa Delegate A.U. Fuimaono 1973–1975
Staff counsel for the House Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs 1975–1981
Deputy Attorney General for the territory of American Samoa 1981–1984
Officer in the United States Army Reserve 1982–1989
Lieutenant Governor of American Samoa 1985–1989
Member of the U.S. House of Representatives from American Samoa's At-large district 1989–present
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