|Robert 'Bob' G. Marshall (R)|
|Age: 59 |
Education: AA, general studies, Montgomery Junior College; BA, history, Belmont Abbey College; MA, humanities, California State University.
Occupation: Vice president for communications and business development, Shennadoah Electronic Intelligence.
"My constituents can rely upon me to help them with government challenges. I say what I will do, and I do what I say."
"We need to keep within our budget to improve commuter travel. . . . Sen. Charles J. Colgan, Del. Harry J. Parrish and I convinced Gov. Mark R. Warner to allocate road funds to widen Interstate 66 to the Route 234 bypass. Congressman [Thomas M.] Davis came to Haymarket recently to discuss extending VRE with me. This will reduce I-66 traffic. I worked to pass a law that allowed Fairfax and Loudoun counties to build overpasses at six busy intersections on Route. 28. I introduced bills to make all home developers, not just the little guys, pay for . . . schools, roads, rail and other capital improvements."
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