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Rob Banse

Running for:

Virginia House of Delegates - District 30

Upcoming Election Date:


Rob was taught at an early age that life is about service to others. He dedicated his career to serving those around him, working for 35 years as a pastor of the Episcopal Church. Rob's work brought him and his family to parishes around the country. From 2007 until 2018, he served the Western Loudoun and Northern Fauquier communities at Trinity Church in Upperville. 

Rob considers it the greatest honor to have spent his career caring for people, celebrating life’s great moments, and supporting them through life’s greatest challenges. As a pastor, Rob has been with families devastated by the cost of healthcare, with women making difficult decisions about pregnancy, and with people struggling through mental illness, substance abuse, and other crises. These experiences have shaped Rob's outlook and affirmed his desire to lead with compassion — to address the price of prescription drugs, protect a women's right to choose, improve mental health services, and more in the House of Delegates.

The main issues on Rob’s campaign are protecting personal freedoms, including a woman's right to choose, protecting the environment and conserving open spaces, and investing in public education. He is also passionate about housing affordability, campaign finance reform, public safety, and economic growth. Rob believes that there is more that unites us than divides us. His platform includes solutions to the everyday problems of HD-30 and reflects our shared interest in bettering our community.

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