In just his first term, Congressman Bob Good has already established himself as one of the leading conservative voices in Washington. He was elected by his peers to the board of the House Freedom Caucus after his first year, due to his demonstrated courage and commitment to his principles. Bob also serves on the House Budget Committee and the House Education & Labor Committee.
Who’s Supporting Bob
President Donald J Trump
45th President of the United States
Congressman Bob Good is doing a wonderful job in Congress for the people of Virginia. A former wrestling champion, coach, and businessman, Bob has been a hard worker all his life. He is a proven conservative in Virginia’s 5th District and fights for Lower Taxes, cuts government spending, supports our Vets, and ensures our First Responders are respected and fully funded. Bob Good has my Complete and Total Endorsement!
Gun Owners of America
Bishop EW Jackson
Where Bob Stands
- Law & Order
Law enforcement is critical to ensuring the safety of all citizens. Our communities are safer when our law enforcement departments are funded and new technologies are implemented.
- Economy & Trade
I am committed to policy initiatives that maintain and grow American jobs for American workers.
We are comprised of people from all walks of life and from areas all over the globe. Responsible immigration policies strengthen our country; unfettered and unchecked immigration is a threat.
Human life is a precious gift from God. The right to life is the most fundamental of all rights, as declared by our Founders in the Declaration of Independence.
- 2nd Amendment
The right to keep and bear arms, along with the other rights found in the Bill of Rights, is fundamental to the foundation of America. Without the right of self-protection, tyranny is left unchecked and government encroachment on individual rights ensues.
- Rural Broadband
Broadband internet has become an essential need in our society today, similar to electricity and other utilities required for basic life functions.
The United States must maintain the ability to produce its own energy and allow domestic supply and demand to dictate prices.