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Bob Barr, Jr.'s Biography
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Robert 'Bob' Laurence Barr, Jr.
Wife: Jeri; 4 Children
Iowa City, IA
JD, Georgetown University Law Center, 1977
MA, George Washington University, 1972
BA, University of Southern California, 1970
Assistant Majority Whip, United States House of Representatives
Candidate, United States House of Representatives, District 11, 2014
Candidate, President of the United States, Libertarian Party, 2008
Representative, United States House of Representatives, 1994-2002
Candidate, United States House of Representatives, Georgia, District 7, 2002
Sought Republican Nomination, United States Senate, 1992
Chair, Republican Party, Cobb County, Georgia, 1985-1986
Sought Republican Nomination, Georgia State House of Representatives, 1984
Member, Conservative Action Team
Member, National Republican Congressional Committee
Member, Pro-Life Caucus
Vice Chair, Subcommittee on Criminal Justice
Speaker, All American Speakers Bureau, present
Columnist, Atlantic Journal Constitution
Adjunct Professor, Kennesaw State University
Contributing Editor, The American Spectator
Attorney, 1978-1986, 1991-1994
United States Attorney, Northern District of Georgia, 1986-1990
Analyst, Central Intelligence Agency, 1971-1978
Religious, Civic, and other Memberships
Board of Directors, National Rifle Association, 1997-present
Member of the Board of Advisors, Georgetown Journal of Law and Public Policy, present
Board Member, Privacy International, present
Congressional Chapter, Civil Air Patrol
21st Century Liberties Chair for Freedom and Privacy, American Conservative Union, 2003-2008
President, Southeastern Legal Foundation, 1990-1991
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