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Rep. Robert W. Goodlatte (R-Va.)

District: 6th District
Political Highlights: Roanoke City Republican Committee chairman, 1980-83; 6th Congressional District Republican Party chairman, 1983-88; U.S. House of Representatives, 1993-present
Born: Sept. 22, 1952; Holyoke, Mass.
Residence: Roanoke
Religion: Christian Scientist
Family: Wife, Maryellen Goodlatte; two children
Education: Bates College, B.A. 1974; Washington and Lee U., J.D. 1977
Military Service: None
Start of Service: Elected: 1992 (12th term)
Committee Assignments: Agriculture (Commodity Exchanges, Energy & Credit; Livestock & Foreign Agriculture); Judiciary

Election History
2014generalRobert Goodlatte (R) 133,89874.5
William Hammer (LIBERT) 22,16112.3
Elaine Hildebrandt (IGREEN) 21,44711.9
2012generalRobert Goodlatte (R) 211,27865.2
Andrew Schmookler (D) 111,94934.6
2010generalRobert Goodlatte (R) 127,48776.3
Jeffrey Vanke (I) 21,64913.0
Stuart Bain (LIBERT) 15,3099.2
2008generalRobert Goodlatte (R) 192,35061.6
S. Rasoul (D) 114,36736.6
Janice Allen (I) 5,4131.7
2006generalRobert Goodlatte (R) 153,18775.1
Barbara Pryor (I) 25,12912.3
Andre Peery (I) 24,73112.1
2004generalRobert Goodlatte (R) 206,56096.7
2002generalRobert Goodlatte (R) 105,53097.1
2000generalRobert Goodlatte (R) 153,33899.3
1998generalRobert Goodlatte (R) 89,17769.3
David Bowers (D) 39,48730.7
1996generalRobert Goodlatte (R) 133,57667.0
Jeffrey Grey (D) 61,48530.8
Jay Rutledge (I) 4,2292.1
1994generalRobert Goodlatte (R) 126,45599.9
1992generalRobert Goodlatte (R) 127,30960.0
Stephen Musselwhite (D) 84,61839.9
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Virginia is 6th on Roll Call's Clout Index, which measures influence in Congress by state.


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