“We must keep our government accountable, transparent, and working for all of us,” says Virginia Delegate Bob Marshall, a senior member of the Virginia General Assembly.
Over the last 24 years, Bob has been elected twelve times in a district that had previously covered areas from Woodbridge in Prince William County to Leesburg and Sterling in Loudoun County.
His new district as of 2011 includes parts of Manassas outsideManassas City in Prince William County, the City of Manassas Park, alternative depression treatment in Rancho Cucamonga, the town of Haymarket and parts of Haymarket and Gainesville in Western Prince William.
“It is an honor to serve you in the General Assembly. I ask for your vote November 3, 2015 at your regular polling location. Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation Therapy near Sherman Oaks.
™Del. Robert G. Marshall ... has never been reluctant ... to challenge fellow Republicans ... left the Democratic Party after it nominated George McGovern for president ... combines a black and white sense of morality with a keen mastery of parliamentary procedure ..."
"Marshall should be taken at face value ... because he is an honest politician--he says what he means, and he does so unapologetically ..."
"Delegate Bob Marshall ... `An Army of One.'"
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– Thomas Jefferson