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Last updated Sep. 08, 2014

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Rep. Bob Etheridge (D-N.C.)

District: 2nd District
Political Highlights: Harnett County Commission, 1973-77; N.C. House, 1979-88; N.C. superintendent of Public Instruction, 1989-96; U.S. House of Representatives, 1997-2011
Born: Aug. 7, 1941; Sampson County, N.C.
Residence: Lillington
Religion: Presbyterian
Family: Wife, Faye Cameron Etheridge; three children
Education: Campbell College, B.S. 1965
Military Service: Army, 1965-67
Start of Service: Elected: 1996 (7th term)
Committee Assignments: Budget; Ways & Means (Oversight; Trade)

Election History
2010generalRenee Ellmers (R) 93,87649.5
Bob Etheridge (D) 92,39348.7
Tom Rose (LIBERT) 3,5051.8
2008generalBob Etheridge (D) 199,73066.9
Dan Mansell (R) 93,32331.3
Will Adkins (LIBERT) 5,3771.8
2006generalBob Etheridge (D) 85,99366.5
Dan Mansell (R) 43,27133.5
2004generalBob Etheridge (D) 145,07962.3
Billy Creech (R) 87,81137.7
2002generalBob Etheridge (D) 100,12165.4
Joseph Ellen (R) 50,96533.3
Gary Minter (LIBERT) 2,0981.4
2000generalBob Etheridge (D) 146,73358.3
Doug Haynes (R) 103,01140.9
Mark Jackson (LIBERT) 2,0940.8
1998generalBob Etheridge (D) 100,55057.4
Dan Page (R) 72,99741.7
Mark Jackson (LIBERT) 1,6470.9
1996generalBob Etheridge (D) 113,82052.5
David Funderburk (R) 98,95145.7
Mark Jackson (LIBERT) 2,8921.3
Robert Argy (NL) 9660.4
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North Carolina is 13th on Roll Call's Clout Index, which measures influence in Congress by state.


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