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Name  Bob Calhoun
Political party  Republican
Role  Attorney

Residence  Alexandria, Virginia
Party  Republican Party
Profession  Attorney
Succeeded by  Patsy Ticer
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Full Name  Robert L. Calhoun
Born  July 22, 1937 (age 78) Oak Park, Illinois, U.S. (1937 -07-22)
Alma mater  Tufts University (B.A.) Yale University (M.A., LL.B.)
Education  Tufts University, Yale University

Preceded by  Wiley F. Mitchell, Jr.

Robert L. "Bob" Calhoun (born July 22, 1937) is an attorney in Alexandria, Virginia and served as a Republican member of the Alexandria City Council and the Senate of Virginia.


Early life and education

Calhoun was born in Oak Park, Illinois on July 22, 1937. He graduated from Tufts University in 1959 and Yale Law School in 1963.

Political career

In 1975, Calhoun was elected to the Alexandria City Council on the Republican ticket, serving two three-year terms. In 1984 he ran again for a vacant seat on the City Council and served until December 12, 1988 when he was elected in a Special Election to the Virginia Senate representing the 30th Senate District which included most of Alexandria and some precincts in Fairfax County. He served one partial and one full term in the Senate before being defeated by the Mayor of Alexandria, Democrat Patsy Ticer in 1995.

He was selected as Director of the Metropolitan Washington Airport Authority, serving from 1997 - 2003. He now practices law in Alexandria, Virginia.


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