Home » Political Leader » Politician » Aderholt, Robert B.

Aderholt, Robert B.

Born: 1965 AD
Currently alive, at 50 years of age.
Nationality: American
Categories: Politician

1965 – Aderholt was born in Haleyville, Alabama on July 22, 1965.

1990 – Educated at Birmingham-Southern College and Samford University.

1992 – Appointed as Haleyville munincipal judge.

1995 – Become the top aide of Governor Fob James of Alabama.

1996 – Ran and replaced Tom Bevill who retired from the Congress.

1997 – Elected as a Republican to the One Hundred Fifth and to the four succeeding Congress on July 3, 1997.

1999 – Aderholt has been notable for steel import and sponsored a bill assessing an additional antidumping duties.

2002 – Aderholt introduced an act allowing the Ten Commandments to be displayed in the government buildings and plans to reintroduce it as "The Ten Commandments Defense Act".

2004 – Aderholt was re-elected on his fifth term in the U.S. House of Representatives for the Fourth Congressional District of Alabama.

2006 – Aderholt retained his seat against Barbara Bobo in his November 2006 bid for re-election.