Bob Duff

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Democratic Connecticut

State Senate (Connecticut 25)

Family: Wife: Tracey; 2 Children

Born: 1971 Norwalk, CT

Home: Norwalk, Connecticut

Religion: Methodist

Education: BA, Political Science, Lynchburg College, 1993, Grade Point Average of 3.2

Profession: Realtor, William Pitt Sotheby's International Realty, 1995-present Substitute Teacher, Norwalk Public School, 1993-1995 Intern, United States Senator, Christopher J. Dodd

Political: Assistant Majority Leader, Connecticut State Senate, present Senator, Connecticut State Senate, 2004-present Representative, Connecticut State House of Representatives, 2002-2004 Manager, Mayoral Race, City of Norwalk, 1995 Field Coordinator, 4th District, John Larson for Governor Campaign, 1994 Former Deputy Majority Whip, Connecticut State Senate

Congressional Membership: Chair, Peak Oil and Natural Gas Production Caucus, 2007-present Chair, Energy Scarcity and Security Task Force, 2008 Member, National Caucus of Environmental Legislators

Organization Membership: Member, Maritime Aquarium at Norwalk, 2007-present Board Member, Mid Fairfield County Child Guidance Center, 2005-present Advisory Board, Family and Children's Agency, 2004-present Board Member, Elderhouse Adult Day Care Center, 2002-present Board Member, Human Service Council, 2002-present Board Member, Norwalk Tree Alliance, 2002-present Advisory Board, Norwalk Land Trust, 2001-present Member, Mid Fairfield Board of Realtors, 1995-present Board Member, Norwalk Economic Opportunity Now, 2008 Emerging Leaders' Conference, State Legislative Leaders Foundation, 2006 Fleming Fellows Leadership Institute of the Center for Policy Alternatives, 2004 Member, Family and Children's Agency Member, Norwalk United Methodist Church

Committees:

Appropriations

Banks

Energy and Technology

Subcommittee on Conservation and Development

Subcommittee on Higher Education

Subcommittee on Human Services

Subcommittee on Regulation and Protection

Subcommittee on Results-Based Accountability

Subcommittee on Transportation

Transportation

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