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Robert W. Goodlatte

Robert W. Goodlatte
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Robert W. Goodlatte

Nickname: Bob

Gender: Male

Born: 1952

Religion: Christian Scientist

Areas of interest:
politics & government

Personal social network: Much of Goodlatte's Muckety comes from political connections. His power base is his role as House member from VA.

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Congressional & campaign info:
Robert W. Goodlatte is a Republican from VA
representing Congressional District 6.

Campaign contributors (Center for Responsive Politics)
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U.S. House of Representatives

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