Bob Good

Biography

Bob’s Background

Personal:

Married 31 years to Tracey Good; Father to Patrick (25), Sydney (22), and Conner (20)

Education:

Undergraduate Degree – Liberty University, B.S. Finance – 1988

Graduate Degree – Liberty University, M.B.A. Leadership – 2010

Political Experience:

Campbell County Board of Supervisors – Jan. 2016 to Jan. 2020 – Supervisor, Sunburst District

  • – Passionately stood for conservative principles, and appealed to state & federal governments to do the same
  • – Fought to reduce government intrusion & interference in the lives of citizens, and to keep government within the legitimate role outlined in the Constitution
  • – Helped reduce non-essential spending and grew net local revenue by $5 million without raising taxes (2016-2019)

Other Professional Experience:

Liberty University Athletics – 2005 to 2020 – Sr. Assoc. Athletics Director / Flames Club Executive Director

  • – Member of Athletics Department senior staff
  • – Chief fundraiser for Athletics, raising $18 million from nearly 4,000 donors   

CitiFinancial – 1988 to 2005 – District Manager

  • – Managed 10 branches,  60 employees & $40 million in assets; generating $3.7 million in net profit in final year (2005)

Issues

Bob Good’s Proven Record in Campbell County

  • Fighting for Lower Taxes

    Never voted for a tax increase – led the fight against the 2019 meals tax and real estate tax hikes [1] & [2]

  • Defending the 2nd Amendment

    Made Campbell County one of the first 2nd Amendment Sanctuaries in Virginia [3]

  • Trimming Government Spending

    Reduced non-essential spending and grew net revenue by $5 million over three years without raising taxes

  • Fighting for the Unborn

    Defended Virginia’s pro-life laws from attacks by Democrats [4]

  • Strong on Immigration

    Opposed creating “sanctuary cities” for illegal aliens [4]

  • Defending Traditional Values

    Fought the “transgender bathroom mandate” for public schools [5]

  • Supporting Homeschoolers

    Advocated for the “Tebow Law” permitting homeschool children to participate in athletics & extra-curricular activities