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Last updated Sep. 08, 2014

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Rep. Bob Inglis (R-S.C.)

District: 4th District
Political Highlights: U.S. House of Representatives, 1993-99; Republican nominee for U.S. Senate, 1998; U.S. House of Representatives, 2005-11
Born: Oct. 11, 1959; Savannah, Ga.
Residence: Travelers Rest
Religion: Presbyterian
Family: Wife, Mary Anne Inglis; five children
Education: Duke U., B.A. 1981; U. of Virginia, J.D. 1984
Military Service: None
Start of Service: Elected: 2004 (6th term)
Committee Assignments: Foreign Affairs (Asia & the Pacific; Europe, Eurasia & Emerging Threats; Middle East & North Africa); Science, Space & Technology (Environment - Ranking Member; Research and Technology)

Election History
2008generalBob Inglis (R) 184,44060.1
Paul Corden (D) 113,29136.9
C. Walters (GREEN) 7,3322.4
2006generalBob Inglis (R) 115,55364.2
William Griffith (D) 57,49032.0
John Cobin (LIBERT) 4,4672.5
C. Walters (GREEN) 2,3361.3
2004generalBob Inglis (R) 188,79569.8
Brandon Brown (D) 78,37629.0
C. Walters (NL) 3,2731.2
1998generalErnest Hollings (D) 562,79152.7
Bob Inglis (R) 488,13245.7
Richard Quillian (LIBERT) 16,9871.6
1996generalBob Inglis (R) 138,16570.9
Darrell Curry (D) 54,12627.8
C. Walters (NL) 2,5011.3
1994generalBob Inglis (R) 109,62673.5
Jerry Fowler (D) 39,39626.4
1992generalBob Inglis (R) 99,87950.3
Liz Patterson (D) 94,18247.5
Jo Jorgensen (LIBERT) 4,2862.2
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South Carolina is 12th on Roll Call's Clout Index, which measures influence in Congress by state.


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