Rob Martin for Tennessee House of Representatives – District 4

Rob Martin, Democratic Candidate for Tennessee House of Representatives – District 4, continues to work hard for votes. Rob has been canvasing door to door in Carter County and meeting Democratic voters. Rob was unopposed in the Democratic primary. John Holsclaw, Jr. defeated Judy Veeneman in the Republican primary. Check out Rob Martin at his website

Rob was born in the Midwest and raised with his three siblings by his working mom and dad, he learned early the value of hard work, teamwork, and perseverance. Rob’s math abilities gained him a scholarship and he attended the highest ranked academic high school in the United States. His continued academic prowess and leadership abilities earned him a scholarship to an Ivy League school where he earned a Philosophy degree. Rob was a housing rights activist for many years and cemented basic housing rights for renters in New York City that have withstood the test of time for over 20 years. In the early 90’s Rob moved to Silicon Valley and worked for software start-ups. After a successful career Rob moved to Carter County near Roan Mountain to teach and give back to those in need.

Rob earned a Masters in Computer and Information Technology while teaching at The University School & ETSU in Johnson City. Rob has been an Adjunct professor in Computer Science at E.T.S.U. & University of San Francisco, and a featured lecturer on advanced computing technology at University of Texas at Austin & University of Denver . Rob worked with the dean of mathematics crafting the technical curriculum at the J.D. Edwards Honors Program in Computer Science and Management at University of Nebraska at Lincoln.

​For the past 5 years Rob has made Erwin his home and has been Director of IT and Software Engineering at Conrad Industries just across the border in N.C. where he directs IT for 3 factories and 6 direct sales organizations in the US, Mexico, and China.

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