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  |Position = Virginia House of Delegates District 13
 
  |Position = Virginia House of Delegates District 13
 
  |Status = Incumbent
 
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  |Tenure = 1992 - Present  
 
  |Tenure = 1992 - Present  
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  |Last election = [[Virginia House of Delegates elections, 2011|November 8, 2011]]
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{{TOCnestright}}'''Robert G. Marshall''' is a [[Republican]] member of the [[Virginia House of Delegates]], representing District 13 since 1992. Marshall ran in the [[U.S. Congress elections, 2012|2012 election]] for the [[U.S. Senate elections, 2012|U.S. Senate]]. He was defeated by [[George Allen]] in the Republican primary on June 12, 2012.<ref name="results"/>
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{{TOCnestright}}'''Robert G. Marshall''' is a [[Republican]] member of the [[Virginia House of Delegates]], representing [[Virginia House of Delegates District 13|District 13]]. He was first elected to the chamber in 1991.  
  
In 2008, Marshall was a candidate for the [[United States Senate]], but failed to obtain the Republican nomination. Marshall was a 2012 [[Republican]] candidate who sought election to the [[U.S. Senate elections, 2012|U.S. Senate]] from [[Virginia]].
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He was a 2014 [[Republican]] candidate seeking election to the [[U.S. House elections, 2014|U.S. House]] to represent [[Virginia's 10th Congressional District elections, 2014|the 10th Congressional District]] of [[Virginia]].<ref name="run">[http://www.washingtonpost.com/local/virginia-politics/bob-marshall-jumps-into-crowded-gop-race-to-succeed-frank-wolf-in-congress/2014/02/12/c97d3858-9427-11e3-83b9-1f024193bb84_story.html ''Washington Post'', "Bob Marshall jumps into crowded GOP race to succeed Frank Wolf in Congress," accessed February 15, 2014]</ref> He was defeated by [[Barbara Comstock]] in the Republican primary.<ref name=lose>[http://vagop10.org/news-information/ ''VAGOP10.org'', "April 26, 2014 Party Canvass: Unofficial Results," accessed April 28, 2014]</ref>
  
Marshall currently is a self-employed research consultant. He has previously worked as Vice President for Business Development, Shenandoah Electronic Intelligence from 2001-2005, and Director of the American Life League.<ref>[http://www.votesmart.org/bio.php?can_id=5162 Project Vote Smart - Delegate Marshall]</ref>
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Marshall ran in the [[U.S. Congress elections, 2012|2012 election]] for the [[U.S. Senate elections, 2012|U.S. Senate]]. He was defeated by [[George Allen]] in the Republican primary on June 12, 2012.<ref name="results"/> In 2008, Marshall was a candidate for the [[United States Senate]], but he failed to obtain the Republican nomination.
  
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==Biography==
 
Marshall earned his B.A. in history and philosophy from Belmont Abbey College and his M.A. in humanities from California State University.
 
Marshall earned his B.A. in history and philosophy from Belmont Abbey College and his M.A. in humanities from California State University.
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Marshall currently is a self-employed research consultant. He has previously worked as vice president for business development at Shenandoah Electronic Intelligence from 2001-2005 and director of the American Life League.<ref>[http://www.votesmart.org/bio.php?can_id=5162 ''Project Vote Smart'', "Biography," accessed May 28, 2014]</ref>
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==Committee assignments==
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===2014-2015===
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At the beginning of the 2014 legislative session, Marshall served on the following committees:
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===2012-2013===
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In the 2012-2013 legislative session, Marshall served on the following committees:
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===2010-2011===
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In the 2010-2011 legislative session, Marshall served on the following committees:
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==Issues==
 
==Issues==
Marshall's official website lists his views on a number of issues. These include:<ref>[http://delegatebob.com/issues/ Delegate Bob Marshall ''Issues'']</ref>
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===Foreclosures===
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In late 2010, Sen. [[John Chapman "Chap" Petersen]] and Del. Marshall introduced legislation to start reforming the foreclosure process by adding transparency and slowing the process.
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“It would start to bring transparency to those who cut corners to make a profit,” Marshall said.
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In Virginia, once a foreclosure notice of sale is posted, a house can be sold at auction just 14 days later in some cases, although most foreclosure processes take more time. Marshall introduced a bill to make sure borrowers could easily find out who owned their mortgages. His bill would have required county filing fees when a loan was transferred between lenders.
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“I had constituents call me who didn’t know who owned their loans,” Marshall said.
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“Currently, Virginia law does not require that assignments of mortgages be recorded,” said Tom Domonoske, a Harrisonburg attorney who has represented homeowners facing foreclosure.<ref>[http://virginia.statehousenewsonline.com/2519/lawmakers-set-out-to-reform-quick-foreclosures/ "Lawmakers set out to reform quick foreclosures" ,''Virginia Statehouse News'', December 8, 2010]</ref>
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However, Marshall's bill was sent for more study by a House subcommittee in January 2011, effectively killing the bill. The vote was unrecorded and only had one dissenter. Marshall called the vote "government of the banks, by the banks and for the banks."<ref>[http://www.whsv.com/home/headlines/114577054.html ''WHSV'', "Vote Effectively Kills Bills to Slow Pace of Foreclosures in VA," January 25, 2011]</ref><ref>[http://www.businessweek.com/ap/financialnews/D9KQRREO0.htm ''The Associated Press'', "Va. bills slow foreclosures, tighten land records," January 18, 2011]</ref>
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===Sponsored legislation===
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====2010-2011====                       
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* HB 1587 REAL ID Act; State will not comply with provision thereof that they determine would compromise.
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* HB 1639 Human beings, preborn; constitutional right to enjoyment of life from moment of fertilization.
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* HB 1656 Concealed handguns; allows faculty members at institutions of higher education to carry on campus.<ref>[http://leg1.state.va.us/cgi-bin/legp504.exe?091+mbr+H57C ''Project Vote Smart'', "Issue Positions," accessed May 28, 2014]</ref>
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===Campaign themes===
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====2013====
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Marshall's website highlighted the following campaign themes:<ref>[http://delegatebob.com/issues/ ''Delegate Bob Marshall'', "Issues," accessed May 28, 2014]</ref>
 
*2nd Amendment- "I strongly support the right of competent, law abiding citizens to own and possess arms in order to defend themselves, to hunt or to pursue sporting interests."
 
*2nd Amendment- "I strongly support the right of competent, law abiding citizens to own and possess arms in order to defend themselves, to hunt or to pursue sporting interests."
 
*Marriage - Marshall authored the "Marriage Amendment” (one man, one woman) in Virginia, "we must protect the institution of marriage to keep the basic unit of society, the family, strong."   
 
*Marriage - Marshall authored the "Marriage Amendment” (one man, one woman) in Virginia, "we must protect the institution of marriage to keep the basic unit of society, the family, strong."   
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*Conservation- "Because I believe that the fruits of the earth are gifts given for ourselves and our posterity, it is imperative that we remain good stewards and protect our natural resources."
 
*Conservation- "Because I believe that the fruits of the earth are gifts given for ourselves and our posterity, it is imperative that we remain good stewards and protect our natural resources."
  
Marshall's answers to the [http://votesmart.org/npat.php?can_id=5162 Virginia State Legislative Election 2007 National Political Awareness Test] are available. The test provides voters with an overview of a candidate's views on a number of issues. Marshall did not answer the question asking for his top priorities.<ref>[http://votesmart.org/npat.php?can_id=5162 Project Vote Smart - Delegate Marshall ''Issue Positions'']</ref>
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Marshall's answers to the [http://votesmart.org/npat.php?can_id=5162 Virginia State Legislative Election 2007 National Political Awareness Test] are available. The test provides voters with an overview of a candidate's views on a number of issues. Marshall did not answer the question asking for his top priorities.<ref>[http://votesmart.org/npat.php?can_id=5162 ''Project Vote Smart'', "Delegate Marshall Issue Positions," accessed May 28, 2014]</ref>
  
===Campaign themes===
 
 
====2012====
 
====2012====
According to his website, Marshall's campaign platform includes the following issues<ref>[http://bobmarshall2012.com/issues ''Bob Marshall campaign website'' "Issues," Accessed June 9, 2012]</ref>
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According to his website, Marshall's campaign platform included the following issues:<ref>[http://bobmarshall2012.com/issues ''Bob Marshall campaign website'', "Issues," accessed June 9, 2012]</ref>
 
* Reduced debt
 
* Reduced debt
 
* School choice through vouchers or tax credits
 
* School choice through vouchers or tax credits
 
* Challenge Obamacare
 
* Challenge Obamacare
  
===Foreclosures===
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==Elections==
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===2014===
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:: ''See also: [[Virginia's 10th Congressional District elections, 2014]]''
  
Sen. [[John Chapman "Chap" Petersen]] and Del. Marshall want to introduce legislation to start reforming and shedding more light on the foreclosure process.
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Marshall ran in the [[U.S. Congress elections, 2014|2014 election]] for the [[U.S. House elections, 2014|U.S. House]] to represent [[United States House of Representatives elections in Virginia, 2014|Virginia's]] [[Virginia's 10th Congressional District elections, 2014|10th District]]. [[Barbara Comstock]] defeated Marshall, [[Rob Wasinger]], [[Marc Savitt]], [[Howie Lind]] and [[Stephen Hollingshead]] in the firehouse primary held April 26, 2014.<ref name=lose/>
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“It would start to bring transparency to those who cut corners to make a profit,” Marshall said.
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In Virginia, once a foreclosure notice of sale is posted, a house can be sold at auction just 14 days later in some cases, although most foreclosure processes take more time.
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Marshall is introducing a bill to make sure borrowers can easily find out who owns their mortgages. His bill would require county filing fees when a loan is transferred between lenders.
 
 
“I had constituents call me who didn’t know who owned their loans,” Marshall said.
 
 
“Currently, Virginia law does not require that assignments of mortgages be recorded,” said Tom Domonoske, a Harrisonburg attorney who has represented homeowners facing foreclosure.<ref>[http://virginia.statehousenewsonline.com/2519/lawmakers-set-out-to-reform-quick-foreclosures/ "Lawmakers set out to reform quick foreclosures," ''Virginia Statehouse News'', December 8, 2010]</ref>
 
  
==Committee assignments==
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====Endorsements====
===2012-2013===
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Phyllis Schlafly endorsed Marshall on March 31, 2014.<ref>[http://www.christiannewswire.com/news/2570173877.html ''Christian News Wire'', "Phyllis Schlafly Endorses Bob Marshall for Congress for Seat Being Vacated by Rep. Frank Wolf in Virginia," accessed March 31, 2014]</ref>
In the 2012-2013 session, Marshall served on the following committees:
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* [[Counties, Cities and Towns Committee, Virginia House|Counties, Cities and Towns]]
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* [[Finance Committee, Virginia House|Finance]]
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* [[Science and Technology Committee, Virginia House|Science and Technology]]
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===2010-2011===
 
In the 2010-2011 session, Marshall served on the following committees:
 
*[[Finance Committee, Virginia House|Finance]]
 
**Subcommittee #1
 
*[[Science and Technology Committee, Virginia House|Science and Technology]]
 
*[[Counties, Cities and Towns Committee, Virginia House|Counties, Cities and Towns]]
 
**Subcommittee #1
 
 
===Sponsored legislation===                           
 
* HB 1587 REAL ID Act; State will not comply with provision thereof that they determine would compromise.
 
* HB 1639 Human beings, preborn; constitutional right to enjoyment of life from moment of fertilization.
 
* HB 1656 Concealed handguns; allows faculty members at institutions of higher education to carry on campus.<ref>[http://leg1.state.va.us/cgi-bin/legp504.exe?091+mbr+H57C Bill Tracking - Legislation as Chief Patron]</ref>
 
 
==Elections==
 
 
===2013===
 
===2013===
 
:: ''See also: [[Virginia House of Delegates elections, 2013]]''
 
:: ''See also: [[Virginia House of Delegates elections, 2013]]''
  
Marshall is running for re-election in the [[State legislative elections, 2013|2013 election]] for [[Virginia House of Delegates elections, 2013|Virginia House of Delegates]] District 13.  Marshall ran unopposed in the June 11th Republican PrimaryThe general election takes place on November 5, 2013.
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Marshall won re-election in the [[State legislative elections, 2013|2013 election]] for [[Virginia House of Delegates elections, 2013|Virginia House of Delegates]] District 13.  Marshall ran unopposed in the June 11th Republican primaryHe defeated [[Atif Qarni]] (D) in the general election on November 5, 2013.<ref>[http://electionresults.virginia.gov/resultsSW.aspx?type=HOD&map=CTY  ''Virginia Board of Elections'', “Official Results - 2013 General Election," accessed December 2, 2013]</ref>
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:: ''See also: [[2013 Elections Preview: Some seats may switch parties in the Virginia House of Delegates]]''
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Incumbent [[Bob Marshall, Virginia Representative|Bob Marshall]] ([[Republican|R]]), who ran for the [[Republican]] nomination to the [[United States Senate]] in both 2008 and 2012, authored the amendment to the [[Virginia Constitution]] defining marriage as between one man and one woman and [[Bob_Marshall,_Virginia_Representative#Controversies|faced a petition]] for his resignation after he made comments critical of women who undergo abortions. Although District 13 did yield 61 percent of the vote for [[Governor of Virginia|Governor]] [[Bob McDonnell]] ([[Republican|R]]) in 2009, President [[Barack Obama]] ([[Democratic|D]]) won 55 percent of the vote in 2012 from this district on the edge of Washington, D.C.'s exurban area. Marshall's [[Democratic]] opponent, military veteran and mathematics teacher Qarni, won the support and resources of Democracy for America and opened a campaign office in the district in early August 2013. However, despite occasionally controversial comments, Marshall's base of support in the district was very strong.<ref>[http://manassas.patch.com/groups/politics-and-elections/p/bob-marshall-challenger-atif-qarni-opens-campaign-office-in-manassas_bb7e0e96 ''Manassas Patch'', "Bob Marshall Challenger Atif Qarni Opens Campaign Office in Manassas," August 6, 2013]</ref><ref>[http://democracyforamerica.com/campaigns/2927-qarni-for-delegate ''Democracy for America'', "Qarni for Delegate," accessed October 3, 2013]</ref><ref>[http://www.centerforpolitics.org/crystalball/articles/republicans-certain-to-retain-control-of-virginia-house-of-delegates/ ''University of Virginia Center for Politics, Sabato's Crystal Ball'', "Republicans Certain to Retain Control of Virginia House of Delegates," August 8, 2013]</ref><ref>[http://www.politico.com/news/stories/0512/76437.html ''Politico'', "Robert Marshall: ‘Sodomy not a civil right’," May 17, 2012]</ref><ref>[http://www.vpap.org/elections/district/50 ''VPAP'', "House of Delegates District 13," accessed October 3, 2013]</ref>
  
 
===2012===
 
===2012===
 
:: ''See also: [[United States Senate elections in Virginia, 2012]]''
 
:: ''See also: [[United States Senate elections in Virginia, 2012]]''
  
Marshall ran in the [[U.S. Congress elections, 2012|2012 election]] for the [[U.S. Senate elections, 2012|U.S. Senate]], representing [[Virginia]]. Marshall was defeated by [[George Allen]] in the Republican primary on June 12, 2012.<ref name="results">[https://www.voterinfo.sbe.virginia.gov/election/DATA/2012/A2E23EAB-7EA6-40E2-AF41-3CE22C787EA4/unofficial/5_s.shtml ''Virginia State Board of Elections'' "Election Results" Accessed June 12, 2012]</ref>
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Marshall ran in the [[U.S. Congress elections, 2012|2012 election]] for the [[U.S. Senate elections, 2012|U.S. Senate]], representing [[Virginia]]. Marshall was defeated by [[George Allen]] in the Republican primary on June 12, 2012.<ref name="results">[https://web.archive.org/web/2/https://www.voterinfo.sbe.virginia.gov/election/DATA/2012/A2E23EAB-7EA6-40E2-AF41-3CE22C787EA4/unofficial/5_s.shtml ''Virginia State Board of Elections'', "Election Results," accessed June 12, 2012]</ref>
 
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Allen was at one point considered the front-runner, as he initially outraised his Republican challengers and had the benefit of greater name recognition. Marshall ran to the right of Allen, although all four candidates agreed on most issues.<ref name="wp">[http://www.washingtonpost.com/local/va-politics/senate-republican-race-is-main-event-in-tuesdays-primaries/2012/06/09/gJQAwzJkQV_story.html ''Washington Post'' "Virginia’s Republican Senate race is the main event in Tuesday’s primaries," June 9, 2012]</ref>  
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The University of Virginia's Center for Politics published an article called [http://www.centerforpolitics.org/crystalball/articles/tilting-the-toss-ups-the-eight-races-that-will-decide-the-senate/ Sabato's Crystal Ball] on March 22, 2012 detailing the 8 races in the [[U.S. Senate|Senate]] in 2012 that would impact the political fate of which party ended up with control in 2013.<ref name="sabato">[http://www.centerforpolitics.org/crystalball/articles/tilting-the-toss-ups-the-eight-races-that-will-decide-the-senate/ ''Center for Politics'' "Tilting the Toss Ups – the Eight Races That Will Decide the Senate" Accessed April 9, 2012]</ref> The seat rated a toss-up that Sabato's Crystal Ball believed was most likely to depend on the outcome of the Presidential election in November is the [[U.S. Senate|Senate]] seat in Virginia.<ref name="sabato"/> According to the article, "outcome of this race will largely be determined by which party claims Virginia’s 13 electoral votes in November."<ref name="sabato"/>
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Allen was at one point considered the front-runner, as he initially outraised his Republican challengers and had the benefit of greater name recognition. Marshall ran to the right of Allen, although all four candidates agreed on most issues.<ref name="wp">[http://www.washingtonpost.com/local/va-politics/senate-republican-race-is-main-event-in-tuesdays-primaries/2012/06/09/gJQAwzJkQV_story.html ''Washington Post'', "Virginia’s Republican Senate race is the main event in Tuesday’s primaries," June 9, 2012]</ref>  
  
 
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:: ''See also: [[Virginia House of Delegates elections, 2011]]''
 
:: ''See also: [[Virginia House of Delegates elections, 2011]]''
  
On November 8, 2011, Marshall won re-election to District 13 of the [[Virginia House of Delegates]]. He was uncontested in the August 23 primary and defeated [[Carl Genthner]] in the November 8 general election.<ref>[https://www.voterinfo.sbe.virginia.gov/election/DATA/2011/EB178FD6-875D-4B0D-A295-900A0482F523/Official/8_s.shtml ''Virginia State Board of Elections'' - November 2011 General Election Official Results]</ref>
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On November 8, 2011, Marshall won re-election to District 13 of the [[Virginia House of Delegates]]. He was uncontested in the August 23 primary and defeated [[Carl Genthner]] in the November 8 general election.<ref>[https://www.voterinfo.sbe.virginia.gov/election/DATA/2011/EB178FD6-875D-4B0D-A295-900A0482F523/Official/8_s.shtml ''Virginia State Board of Elections'', "November 2011 General Election Official Results," accessed May 15, 2014]</ref>
  
 
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:: ''See also: [[Virginia House of Delegates elections, 2009]]''
 
:: ''See also: [[Virginia House of Delegates elections, 2009]]''
  
In 2009, Marshall was re-elected to the Virginia House of Delegates. He defeated John Bell in the General Election. <ref>[http://www.followthemoney.org/database/StateGlance/state_election_results.phtml?s=VA&y=2009#results_summary_H Virginia House of Delegates 2009 General Election Results]</ref>
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In 2009, Marshall was re-elected to the Virginia House of Delegates. He defeated John Bell in the general election.<ref>[http://www.followthemoney.org/database/StateGlance/state_election_results.phtml?s=VA&y=2009#results_summary_H ''Follow the Money'', "Virginia House of Delegates 2009 General Election Results," accessed May 15, 2014]</ref>
  
 
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:: ''See also: [[Virginia House of Delegates elections, 2007]]''
 
:: ''See also: [[Virginia House of Delegates elections, 2007]]''
  
In 2007, Marshall was re-elected to the Virginia House of Delegates. He defeated Bruce Roemmelt in the General Election. <ref>[http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-srv/metro/elections/2007/results/house.html]</ref>
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In 2007, Marshall was re-elected to the Virginia House of Delegates. He defeated Bruce Roemmelt in the general election.<ref>[http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-srv/metro/elections/2007/results/house.html ''Virginia State Board of Elections'', "November 6, 2007 General Election Official Results," accessed May 28, 2014]</ref>
  
 
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==Campaign donors==
 
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In 2011, Marshall received $144,599 in campaign donations.  The top contributors are listed below.<ref>[http://www.followthemoney.org/database/StateGlance/state_candidates.phtml?s=VA&y=2011&f=H&so=O#sorttable Follow the Money - 2011 contributions]</ref>
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In 2011, Marshall received $144,599 in campaign donations.  The top contributors are listed below.<ref>[http://www.followthemoney.org/database/StateGlance/state_candidates.phtml?s=VA&y=2011&f=H&so=O#sorttable ''Follow the Money'', "2011 Campaign Contributions," accessed May 15, 2014]</ref>
  
 
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The top 5 donors to Marshall's 2009 campaign:<ref>[http://www.followthemoney.org/database/StateGlance/candidate.phtml?c=113894 Follow the Money - 2009 Campaign Contributions]</ref>
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The top 5 donors to Marshall's 2009 campaign:<ref>[http://www.followthemoney.org/database/StateGlance/candidate.phtml?c=113894 ''Follow the Money'', "2009 Campaign Contributions," accessed May 15, 2014]</ref>
 
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==Scorecards==
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{{Virginia legislature scorecards|Begin=2012|End=2020}}
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==Personal==
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Marshall and his wife, Catherine, have five children.
  
==Disabled children controversy==
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==Controversies==
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===Disabled children===
 
At a press conference to oppose state funding for Planned Parenthood on February 18, 2010, Marshall suggested that disabled children are God's punishment to women who have aborted their first pregnancy.
 
At a press conference to oppose state funding for Planned Parenthood on February 18, 2010, Marshall suggested that disabled children are God's punishment to women who have aborted their first pregnancy.
  
 
He stated:  
 
He stated:  
<blockquote>"The number of children who are born subsequent to a first abortion with handicaps has increased dramatically. Why? Because when you abort the first born of any, nature takes its vengeance on the subsequent children. In the Old Testament, the first born of every being, animal and man, was dedicated to the Lord. There's a special punishment Christians would suggest."<ref>[http://www.newsleader.com/article/20100222/NEWS01/2220318 ''News Leader,'' "Legislator: Disabled kids are God's punishment (Audio added)," February 22, 2010]</ref></blockquote>
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<blockquote>"The number of children who are born subsequent to a first abortion with handicaps has increased dramatically. Why? Because when you abort the first born of any, nature takes its vengeance on the subsequent children. In the Old Testament, the first born of every being, animal and man, was dedicated to the Lord. There's a special punishment Christians would suggest."<ref>[https://web.archive.org/web/2/http://www.newsleader.com/article/20100222/NEWS01/2220318 ''News Leader'', "Legislator: Disabled kids are God's punishment (Audio added)," February 22, 2010]</ref></blockquote>
  
 
The remarks led to a firestorm of controversy, especially on the Internet, and on February 22, Marshall released a formal apology, stating:
 
The remarks led to a firestorm of controversy, especially on the Internet, and on February 22, Marshall released a formal apology, stating:
  
<blockquote>"No one who knows me or my record would imagine that I believe or intended to communicate such an offensive notion. I have devoted a generation of work to defending disabled and unwanted children, and have always maintained that they are special blessings to their parents. Nevertheless, I regret any misimpression my poorly chosen words may have created as to my deep commitment to fighting for these vulnerable children and their families."<ref>[http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2010/02/22/AR2010022204512.html ''Washington Post,'' "Del. Marshall says abortion remark misconstrued, apologizes," February 23, 2010]</ref></blockquote>
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<blockquote>"No one who knows me or my record would imagine that I believe or intended to communicate such an offensive notion. I have devoted a generation of work to defending disabled and unwanted children, and have always maintained that they are special blessings to their parents. Nevertheless, I regret any misimpression my poorly chosen words may have created as to my deep commitment to fighting for these vulnerable children and their families."<ref>[http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2010/02/22/AR2010022204512.html ''Washington Post'', "Del. Marshall says abortion remark misconstrued, apologizes," February 23, 2010]</ref></blockquote>
  
Many have called for Marshall's resignation, including Richard Anthony, a Democrat running for Congress.  Anthony has started an [http://anthonyforcongress.com/bob-marshall-should-resign online petition] to this effect, which simply states, "Enough is enough. The name calling and outrageous language must stop. Bob Marshall’s comments are offensive and totally unacceptable. Attacking the families of disabled children for crass political gain should not and will not be tolerated.  Del. Marshall, you should resign."
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Many called for Marshall's resignation, including Richard Anthony, a Democrat who was then running for Congress.  Anthony started an [http://anthonyforcongress.com/bob-marshall-should-resign online petition] to this effect, which simply stated, "Enough is enough. The name calling and outrageous language must stop. Bob Marshall’s comments are offensive and totally unacceptable. Attacking the families of disabled children for crass political gain should not and will not be tolerated.  Del. Marshall, you should resign."
 
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Bob Marshall
BobMarshallVA.jpg
Virginia House of Delegates District 13
Incumbent
In office
1992 - Present
Term ends
January 13, 2016
Years in position 22
PartyRepublican
Compensation
Base salary$17,640/year
Per diem$170/day
Elections and appointments
Last electionNovember 5, 2013
First elected1991
Term limitsN/A
Education
Bachelor'sBelmont Abbey College
Master'sCalifornia State University
Personal
Birthday05/03/1944
Place of birthTacoma Park, MD
ProfessionIndependent research consultant
ReligionCatholic
Websites
Office website
Campaign website
CandidateVerification
Robert G. Marshall is a Republican member of the Virginia House of Delegates, representing District 13. He was first elected to the chamber in 1991.

He was a 2014 Republican candidate seeking election to the U.S. House to represent the 10th Congressional District of Virginia.[1] He was defeated by Barbara Comstock in the Republican primary.[2]

Marshall ran in the 2012 election for the U.S. Senate. He was defeated by George Allen in the Republican primary on June 12, 2012.[3] In 2008, Marshall was a candidate for the United States Senate, but he failed to obtain the Republican nomination.

Biography

Marshall earned his B.A. in history and philosophy from Belmont Abbey College and his M.A. in humanities from California State University.

Marshall currently is a self-employed research consultant. He has previously worked as vice president for business development at Shenandoah Electronic Intelligence from 2001-2005 and director of the American Life League.[4]

Committee assignments

2014-2015

At the beginning of the 2014 legislative session, Marshall served on the following committees:

Virginia Committee Assignments, 2014
Counties, Cities and Towns
Finance
Science and Technology

2012-2013

In the 2012-2013 legislative session, Marshall served on the following committees:

2010-2011

In the 2010-2011 legislative session, Marshall served on the following committees:

Issues

Foreclosures

In late 2010, Sen. John Chapman "Chap" Petersen and Del. Marshall introduced legislation to start reforming the foreclosure process by adding transparency and slowing the process.

“It would start to bring transparency to those who cut corners to make a profit,” Marshall said.

In Virginia, once a foreclosure notice of sale is posted, a house can be sold at auction just 14 days later in some cases, although most foreclosure processes take more time. Marshall introduced a bill to make sure borrowers could easily find out who owned their mortgages. His bill would have required county filing fees when a loan was transferred between lenders.

“I had constituents call me who didn’t know who owned their loans,” Marshall said.

“Currently, Virginia law does not require that assignments of mortgages be recorded,” said Tom Domonoske, a Harrisonburg attorney who has represented homeowners facing foreclosure.[5]

However, Marshall's bill was sent for more study by a House subcommittee in January 2011, effectively killing the bill. The vote was unrecorded and only had one dissenter. Marshall called the vote "government of the banks, by the banks and for the banks."[6][7]

2010-2011

  • HB 1587 REAL ID Act; State will not comply with provision thereof that they determine would compromise.
  • HB 1639 Human beings, preborn; constitutional right to enjoyment of life from moment of fertilization.
  • HB 1656 Concealed handguns; allows faculty members at institutions of higher education to carry on campus.[8]

Campaign themes

2013

Marshall's website highlighted the following campaign themes:[9]

  • 2nd Amendment- "I strongly support the right of competent, law abiding citizens to own and possess arms in order to defend themselves, to hunt or to pursue sporting interests."
  • Marriage - Marshall authored the "Marriage Amendment” (one man, one woman) in Virginia, "we must protect the institution of marriage to keep the basic unit of society, the family, strong."
  • Taxes - "I never voted for a tax increase since I was elected in 1992 because I believe that Government should live within its means just as families must."
  • Conservation- "Because I believe that the fruits of the earth are gifts given for ourselves and our posterity, it is imperative that we remain good stewards and protect our natural resources."

Marshall's answers to the Virginia State Legislative Election 2007 National Political Awareness Test are available. The test provides voters with an overview of a candidate's views on a number of issues. Marshall did not answer the question asking for his top priorities.[10]

2012

According to his website, Marshall's campaign platform included the following issues:[11]

  • Reduced debt
  • School choice through vouchers or tax credits
  • Challenge Obamacare

Elections

2014

See also: Virginia's 10th Congressional District elections, 2014

Marshall ran in the 2014 election for the U.S. House to represent Virginia's 10th District. Barbara Comstock defeated Marshall, Rob Wasinger, Marc Savitt, Howie Lind and Stephen Hollingshead in the firehouse primary held April 26, 2014.[2]

U.S. House, Virginia District 10 Republican Primary, 2014
Candidate Vote % Votes
Green check mark transparent.pngBarbara Comstock 53.9% 7,337
Bob Marshall 28.1% 3,829
Howie Lind 8.1% 1,108
Stephen Hollingshead 6% 816
Rob Wasinger 2.2% 301
Mark Savitt 1.6% 218
Total Votes 13,609
Source: VAGOP10.org, "Recapping the 2014 Party Canvass," accessed July 1, 2014


Endorsements

Phyllis Schlafly endorsed Marshall on March 31, 2014.[12]

2013

See also: Virginia House of Delegates elections, 2013

Marshall won re-election in the 2013 election for Virginia House of Delegates District 13. Marshall ran unopposed in the June 11th Republican primary. He defeated Atif Qarni (D) in the general election on November 5, 2013.[13]

Virginia House of Delegates, District 13 General Election, 2013
Party Candidate Vote % Votes
     Republican Green check mark transparent.pngBob Marshall Incumbent 51.3% 8,946
     Democratic Atif Qarni 48.5% 8,448
     Other Write-in 0.2% 35
Total Votes 17,429

Race snapshot

See also: 2013 Elections Preview: Some seats may switch parties in the Virginia House of Delegates

Incumbent Bob Marshall (R), who ran for the Republican nomination to the United States Senate in both 2008 and 2012, authored the amendment to the Virginia Constitution defining marriage as between one man and one woman and faced a petition for his resignation after he made comments critical of women who undergo abortions. Although District 13 did yield 61 percent of the vote for Governor Bob McDonnell (R) in 2009, President Barack Obama (D) won 55 percent of the vote in 2012 from this district on the edge of Washington, D.C.'s exurban area. Marshall's Democratic opponent, military veteran and mathematics teacher Qarni, won the support and resources of Democracy for America and opened a campaign office in the district in early August 2013. However, despite occasionally controversial comments, Marshall's base of support in the district was very strong.[14][15][16][17][18]

2012

See also: United States Senate elections in Virginia, 2012

Marshall ran in the 2012 election for the U.S. Senate, representing Virginia. Marshall was defeated by George Allen in the Republican primary on June 12, 2012.[3]

Allen was at one point considered the front-runner, as he initially outraised his Republican challengers and had the benefit of greater name recognition. Marshall ran to the right of Allen, although all four candidates agreed on most issues.[19]

U.S. Senate Virginia Representative Republican Primary, 2012
Candidate Vote % Votes
Green check mark transparent.pngGeorge F. Allen 65.5% 167,452
Jamie L. Radtke 23.1% 58,980
Bob Marshall 6.8% 17,308
E. W. Jackson 4.7% 12,086
Total Votes 255,826

2011

See also: Virginia House of Delegates elections, 2011

On November 8, 2011, Marshall won re-election to District 13 of the Virginia House of Delegates. He was uncontested in the August 23 primary and defeated Carl Genthner in the November 8 general election.[20]

Virginia House of Delegates, District 13 General Election, 2011
Party Candidate Vote % Votes
     Republican Green check mark transparent.pngBob Marshall Incumbent 59.7% 6,008
     Democratic Carl Genthner 40.3% 4,054
Total Votes 10,062

2009

See also: Virginia House of Delegates elections, 2009

In 2009, Marshall was re-elected to the Virginia House of Delegates. He defeated John Bell in the general election.[21]

Virginia House of Delegates General Election, District 13 (2009)
Candidates Votes
Green check mark transparent.png Bob Marshall (R) 22,982
John Bell (D) 14,472
Virginia House of Delegates, General Election, District 13 (2009)
Candidates Votes Percent
Green check mark transparent.pngBob Marshall (R) 22,974 61.37%
John J. Bell (D) 14,462 38.63%

2007

See also: Virginia House of Delegates elections, 2007

In 2007, Marshall was re-elected to the Virginia House of Delegates. He defeated Bruce Roemmelt in the general election.[22]

Virginia House of Delegates General Election, District 13 (2007)
Candidates Votes
Green check mark transparent.png Bob Marshall (R) 14,866
Bruce Roemmelt (D) 10,578

Campaign donors

2011

In 2011, Marshall received $144,599 in campaign donations. The top contributors are listed below.[23]

Virginia House of Delegates 2011 election - Campaign Contributions
Top contributors to Bob Marshall, Virginia Representative's campaign in 2011
John C Grimberg Co Inc$6,500
Fabyanic, Col Thomas$5,000
Fabyanic, Col Thomas$5,000
Fabyanic, Col Thomas$5,000
Curt, Mr Walter$4,855
Total Raised in 2011 $144,599
Total Votes received in 2011 6,008
Cost of each vote received $24.07

2009


Delegate Marshall speaking to the Fairfax County Republicans

The top 5 donors to Marshall's 2009 campaign:[24]

Contributor 2009 total
Dominion Leadership Trust $9,000
NCS Technologies, Inc $5,000
Richard Gilliam $5,000
Paula O'Keefe $5,000
Walter M. Curt $5,000

Scorecards

See also: State legislative scorecards and State legislative scorecards in Virginia

Legislative scorecards are used to evaluate elected public officials based on voting record. Some scorecards are created by political advocacy groups with a focus on specific issues, while others are developed by newspapers and are broad in scope. Scorecards are meant to be used as a tool for voters to have a quick picture of whether their views align with a particular legislator's record.

Because scorecards can be specific to particular issues or general to a state’s legislative term, for example, each report should be considered on its own merits. Each entity that publishes these reports uses different methodologies and definitions for the terms used.

An overview for scorecards in all 50 states can be found on this page. To contribute to the list of Virginia scorecards, email suggestions to scorecards@ballotpedia.org.

Please see our writing guidelines if you would like to add results from an individual scorecard to this legislator's profile.

2014-2015

In 2014, the Virginia General Assembly was in session from January 8 through March 10. In 2015, the Virginia General Assembly will be in session from January 14 to February 28, 2015.

  • Legislators are scored based on their support of pro-business issues during the 2014 legislative session.
  • Legislators are scored on their votes on environmental and conservation issues.
  • Legislators are scored on their votes on business and quality of life issues.
  • Legislators are scored on their votes on bills that VMA introduced or was part of an coalition that introduced it.

2012-2013

In 2012, the Virginia General Assembly was in regular session from January 11 to March 10. In 2013, the Virginia General Assembly was in session from January 9 to February 25.

  • Legislators are scored based on their voting record on Reproductive Health and Rights.
  • Legislators are scored based on important legislation affecting business and industry.
  • Legislators are scored based on their voting record on the issue of equality.
  • Legislators are scored on their votes on key conservative issues.
  • Legislators are scored on their voting record on the issues of the principles of life, marriage, parental authority, constitutional government and religious liberty.
  • Legislators are scored on their votes on environmental and conservation issues.
  • Virginia Tea Party Patriots Federation: 2013 Legislative Scorecard

Personal

Marshall and his wife, Catherine, have five children.

Controversies

Disabled children

At a press conference to oppose state funding for Planned Parenthood on February 18, 2010, Marshall suggested that disabled children are God's punishment to women who have aborted their first pregnancy.

He stated:

"The number of children who are born subsequent to a first abortion with handicaps has increased dramatically. Why? Because when you abort the first born of any, nature takes its vengeance on the subsequent children. In the Old Testament, the first born of every being, animal and man, was dedicated to the Lord. There's a special punishment Christians would suggest."[25]

The remarks led to a firestorm of controversy, especially on the Internet, and on February 22, Marshall released a formal apology, stating:

"No one who knows me or my record would imagine that I believe or intended to communicate such an offensive notion. I have devoted a generation of work to defending disabled and unwanted children, and have always maintained that they are special blessings to their parents. Nevertheless, I regret any misimpression my poorly chosen words may have created as to my deep commitment to fighting for these vulnerable children and their families."[26]

Many called for Marshall's resignation, including Richard Anthony, a Democrat who was then running for Congress. Anthony started an online petition to this effect, which simply stated, "Enough is enough. The name calling and outrageous language must stop. Bob Marshall’s comments are offensive and totally unacceptable. Attacking the families of disabled children for crass political gain should not and will not be tolerated. Del. Marshall, you should resign."

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References

  1. Washington Post, "Bob Marshall jumps into crowded GOP race to succeed Frank Wolf in Congress," accessed February 15, 2014
  2. 2.0 2.1 VAGOP10.org, "April 26, 2014 Party Canvass: Unofficial Results," accessed April 28, 2014
  3. 3.0 3.1 Virginia State Board of Elections, "Election Results," accessed June 12, 2012
  4. Project Vote Smart, "Biography," accessed May 28, 2014
  5. "Lawmakers set out to reform quick foreclosures" ,Virginia Statehouse News, December 8, 2010
  6. WHSV, "Vote Effectively Kills Bills to Slow Pace of Foreclosures in VA," January 25, 2011
  7. The Associated Press, "Va. bills slow foreclosures, tighten land records," January 18, 2011
  8. Project Vote Smart, "Issue Positions," accessed May 28, 2014
  9. Delegate Bob Marshall, "Issues," accessed May 28, 2014
  10. Project Vote Smart, "Delegate Marshall Issue Positions," accessed May 28, 2014
  11. Bob Marshall campaign website, "Issues," accessed June 9, 2012
  12. Christian News Wire, "Phyllis Schlafly Endorses Bob Marshall for Congress for Seat Being Vacated by Rep. Frank Wolf in Virginia," accessed March 31, 2014
  13. Virginia Board of Elections, “Official Results - 2013 General Election," accessed December 2, 2013
  14. Manassas Patch, "Bob Marshall Challenger Atif Qarni Opens Campaign Office in Manassas," August 6, 2013
  15. Democracy for America, "Qarni for Delegate," accessed October 3, 2013
  16. University of Virginia Center for Politics, Sabato's Crystal Ball, "Republicans Certain to Retain Control of Virginia House of Delegates," August 8, 2013
  17. Politico, "Robert Marshall: ‘Sodomy not a civil right’," May 17, 2012
  18. VPAP, "House of Delegates District 13," accessed October 3, 2013
  19. Washington Post, "Virginia’s Republican Senate race is the main event in Tuesday’s primaries," June 9, 2012
  20. Virginia State Board of Elections, "November 2011 General Election Official Results," accessed May 15, 2014
  21. Follow the Money, "Virginia House of Delegates 2009 General Election Results," accessed May 15, 2014
  22. Virginia State Board of Elections, "November 6, 2007 General Election Official Results," accessed May 28, 2014
  23. Follow the Money, "2011 Campaign Contributions," accessed May 15, 2014
  24. Follow the Money, "2009 Campaign Contributions," accessed May 15, 2014
  25. News Leader, "Legislator: Disabled kids are God's punishment (Audio added)," February 22, 2010
  26. Washington Post, "Del. Marshall says abortion remark misconstrued, apologizes," February 23, 2010
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