Bob grew up in the Erlton neighborhood of Cherry Hill Township. He is running for Congress to make South Jersey great again and to protect the American worker. He believes we need to return to policies that favor Main Street over Wall Street and actually create high-wage jobs for the people of New Jersey's 1st congressional district.
Most recently, Bob worked as a contributor to the Philadelphia Inquirer and as vice president for government relations at the U.S. Business & Industry Council (USBIC), an organization committed to strengthening U.S. manufacturing and opposing Congress’s globalist-corporate trade agenda.
He has written extensively about the need to restore America’s manufacturing base, rebuild the country’s infrastructure and defense capabilities, and put an end to the business of sending middle-class jobs offshore.
Previously, Bob served as a senior policy advisor in the administration of Gov. Tom Corbett and as an adjunct professor of government at Patrick Henry College.
Bob was born at the Cooper Hospital in Camden and graduated from Cherry Hill High School West, where he earned three varsity letters in swimming. After graduating from Cairn University in Pennsylvania, he earned graduates degrees in communications from Wheaton College of Illinois and in church history from Westminster Theological Seminary of Philadelphia.
Bob and his wife of 36 years, Mary Alice, have three children and a daughter-in-law, and reside in Haddonfield.