Robert Adley

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State Upper Chamber, LA

Robert Roy Adley (born September 3, 1947), a businessman and politician from Benton, is a Republican member of the Louisiana State Senate, having switched from Democratic allegiance effective December 10, 2007. Fifty-six days earlier in the October 20, Nonpartisan blanket primary, Adley had defeated another Republican, Tyler Marx Nezat (born 1986), also of Benton, the seat of Bossier Parish, 24,371 (73 percent) to 9,004 (27 percent), to secure his second full term from historically Democratic District 36. Nezat's 27% was obtained with virtually no campaign or funding. Adley won all five parishes in the district: Bossier, Bienville, and Webster and portions of Red River and Claiborne parishes in northwestern Louisiana.

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$1,074,921 Received

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