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Rob Hurt grew up in the courthouse town of Chatham and returned home after school to raise his family and practice law. He is a former Chief Deputy Commonwealth's Attorney for Pittsylvania County. First elected as a member of the Chatham Town Council, Rob Hurt was elected to that post with 82% of the vote. He served three terms in the Virginia House of Delegates, elected and re-elected with at least 62% of the vote. In his first term in the State Senate, Rob was elected with 75% of the vote. Rob Hurt and his wife Kathy live in Chatham, VA with their three sons, Charles, Clement and John. Rob Hurt first won election to Congress in 2010.