Here are some quick bits about Rob, who he is, and why he's running?
Rob was born May 20, 1981 in Cheyenne, WY. Although he grew up in the "big city" of Wyoming, Cheyenne only had 50,000 people and was very rural.
Rob and his wife, Blair, married in April 2017. She is originally from West Georgia and they met in 2014. Together, they are welcoming their daughter, Blake, this spring. They also have two rescue dogs, Happy and Grace, and one cat, Avett.
Rob is an avid, dedicated soccer fan. He's a season ticket holder for Atlanta United and has attended 90% of their games since they started - including the title-winning MLS Cup match in Atlanta.
Rob is a small businessman an entrepreneur. He owns two companies outright that do consulting and direct marketing. He also manages an electronic testing compliance company.
Rob has been a Republican since he registered to vote in 1999. He has been a Republican for one reason - this is the only party that truly recognizes the role that individuals have as the ruling power in this country.
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Some campaigns are meant to be won, some are meant to be lost. This campaign was one that came close but, unfortunately, not close enough. Congrats to all the newly elected officers of the GAGOP.
However, I still feel like I won something more meaningful and tangible than a party position. I got to meet a tremendous number of men and women across this state who had an indelible impact on my life and spirit. That is a blessing that can’t be taken away.
On the positive side, you will have more time with that adorable, precious Blake. That is a gift greater than any outward title. The title of dad is a far higher calling.
You did awesome and ran a great race! 🇺🇸
Happy and Grace say hi
Proud of the positive campaign you ran, and as always, proud to call you a friend/brother.
Very proud of you my friend. I wish it had gone differently.
Proud of the campaign you ran! Remember one thing, some of God’s greatest gifts are unanswered prayers
My friend, you ran a great campaign. You have the respect and admiration of almost 700 delegates who represent an exponential number of voters. Never,never,never give up. You’ll be anything you want, hang onto your mission! 😘 BTW- that’s one beautiful baby! Good job, mom and dad!
Beautiful, you are a winner in my eyes.🙏🇱🇷
Proud of the race that you won. It was great getting to know you better.
You did a great job. Very proud of you. We will see the ramifications of today’s outcome next year. Good, bad, indifferent.
You did a great job! While the outcome was not expected, God always has a plan far better than ours. Thank you for all you do
Very proud of you!!!
You never lose taking the high road. I’m very proud of you, and very proud of the number of people that made a point of telling me what a great son I have...
Well said Robert Lee! You are a necessary part of this party and I am glad I met you. Congratulations to the entire elected team. Look out GA! Republicans are a powerful force to reckoned with! Don’t stop sharing your gifts!
You ran a great campaign and being a dad is so much better anyway!
Rob, you ran such a great campaign! You put your heart and soul into it and it showed! That’s what you should be proud of!
Great race, Rob. Thanks so much for stepping up!
Proud of the race you ran a very positive race. You had the information to counter attack but took the high road and did not do that.
A job well done, Robert! While it’s truly the state party’s loss, I echo what Michael said about “unanswered prayers.”