Robert G. Marshall


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Bob Marshall

Delegate in the Commonwealth of Virginia House.

Bob Marshall has been a member of the Virginia House of Delegates since 1992 and represents the 13th District which includes parts of the Counties of Loudon and Prince William.  His is an independent research consultant, as well.  He is married to Catherine Ann Fonseca and the father of five children.  His focus is to keep our nation “one nation under God, with liberty and justice for all.”  He supports conservative values.  He has pushed for legislation to end state funding for the non-profit group “Planned Parenthood” which supports abortion.  He believes there are profound consequences to the act of abortion, and strongly believes in the sanctity of life.

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Mr. Marshall has spoken at two Virginia Christian Alliance events in 2010, a press conference at the Virginia State Capitol in an effort to get the Governor to defund Planned Parenthood from the State Budget and a pro-life Pastors’ conference at New Deliverance Evangelistic church.

He was the primary sponsor of the Virginia Marriage Amendment.

Dean Welty’s interview of Delegate Bob Marshal and Rita Dunaway on our fight for freedom.

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