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A Conversation with Congressman Bob Goodlatte Congressman Bob Goodlatte represented the sixth Congressional District of Virginia in the United States House of Representative from January 1993 to 2019. Congressman Goodlatte returns to Bates to engage in a conversation about how his liberal arts education helped shape who he is and how it prepared him for a career in politics. Congressman Goodlatte will also share his experience as Chair of the House Judiciary Committee, a position he held for six years, and provide perspective on the importance of bipartisan politics today.Tuesday, May 7th 7:30-9:00pm, Olin Concert HallFacilitated by Frank Fusco ‘19 (College Republicans) and another studentThese events are sponsored by the Bates College Republican Club, The Center for Purposeful Work, and the Office of College Advancement.
Former U.S. Rep. Bob Goodlatte ’74 invites, and gets, ‘tough questions’ during campus talk

Friday, May 10, 2019 11:24 am

Goodlatte, a longtime congressional Republican, talked about life in politics and fielded pointed questions from the other end of the political spectrum.

Bates in the News: Jan. 18, 2019

Thursday, January 17, 2019 4:22 pm

Bates alumni join and leave Congress, an alumna helms a university, and we learn how Brooks Quimby mentored Ed Muskie '36.

Ben Cline ’94 wins U.S. House seat; Jared Golden ’11 awaits historic decision

Friday, November 9, 2018 10:24 am

Ben Cline '94, R-Virginia, is heading to Congress. Maine Democrat Jared Golden '11 might know his results next week. Plus other alumni victories from Tuesday.

U.S. Representative to discuss national judiciary committee

Tuesday, March 3, 1998 3:56 pm

Alumnus U.S. Rep. Robert Goodlatte, 6th Congressional District, R-Va., will speak on Issues Facing the U.S. Congress in 1998: A Judiciary Committee Perspective March 15 at 8 p.m. in Chase Lounge. Following Goodlatte's discussion of issues facing Congress, including religious freedom, computer security, potential impeachment inquiries and civil rights, there will be a question-and-answer period. The public is invited to attend and admission is free.