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Roby, Martha (R-AL-2nd) Rep.

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Roby, MarthaROBY, Martha, a Representative from Alabama; born in Montgomery, Montgomery County, Ala., July 27, 1976; B.M., New York University, New York, N. Y., 1998; J.D., Samford University, Birmingham, Ala., 2001; lawyer, private practice; Montgomery, Ala., city council, 2003-2010; elected as a Republican to the One Hundred Twelfth Congress (January 3, 2011-present).

Roby, Martha (R-AL-2nd) Rep., 3.4 out of 5 based on 5 ratings
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  1. oportosanto
    oportosanto says:

    That’s what it’s necessary to be honest, we need clean people, people who go in another direction of the current politicians who could not care less about people and just care about their personal interests.

  2. tskier01123
    tskier01123 says:

    Another strong Congresswoman from Alabama, Roby seems to go out of her way to go against the grain of the typical sleazy politician. She’s passionate about education and has no problem bringing people to Capitol Hill to answer for their behavior. She’s up for reelection but, it seems like she’ll get reelected no problem. Hopefully she sticks with her policies and continues to help her constituents. And the tea party is against her, so as far as I’m concerned she’s the best vote for Alabama republicans!

  3. richj8am30
    richj8am30 says:

    Martha Roby is a representative with a heart. She is aware of the needs of veterans and the issues they may face in their attempts to receive efficient health care services in the state of Alabama. Her introduction to the Failing VA Medical Center Recovery Act, is a beautiful reform that will help turn things around for veterans and people of other backgrounds within the health system.

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