Marvin Hunt was first elected to the Legislature in 2013 and re-elected in 2017. Marvin now serves as the official opposition's Citizens’ Services critic.
Marvin has previously served as the Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Community, Sport and Cultural Development, as well as official opposition critic on Social Development and Poverty Reduction. Currently, Marvin serves as the official opposition critic on Transportation and Infrastructure.
Prior to entering provincial politics, Marvin was first elected to Surrey City Council in 1987.
Marvin served in many roles in local politics, including chair of Metro Vancouver's Board, chair of the International Committee of the Federation of Canadian Municipalities, and president of the Union of BC Municipalities. Marvin also initiated the development of Metro Vancouver's Sustainable Region Initiative in 2002. He has devoted countless hours to charitable and non-profit organizations in a wide variety of endeavors, often serving on the boards of directors.
Marvin and his wife Ruth are long-time Surrey residents and share six children and nineteen grandchildren.