Bob Henry Baber (born December 15, 1950) is an American writer, politician and college employee. He is an Appalachian poet who was the first member of the West Virginia Mountain Party to be elected to office when he became mayor of Richwood, West Virginia in 2004. In 2011, Baber was unanimously nominated to be the WV Mountain Party's candidate for the special gubernatorial election in October 2011. In the gubernatorial election he placed third out of the five candidates with 6,083 votes making up for 2.02% of the votes cast. In 2012, Baber is running for the position of US Senator in West Virginia under the Mountain Party label against the democratic incumbent in a three-way race. He was included in the only senate debate in 2012 and he received 16,951 or 3.02% of the total vote. Baber is

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  • Bob Henry Baber (born December 15, 1950) is an American writer, politician and college employee. He is an Appalachian poet who was the first member of the West Virginia Mountain Party to be elected to office when he became mayor of Richwood, West Virginia in 2004. In 2011, Baber was unanimously nominated to be the WV Mountain Party's candidate for the special gubernatorial election in October 2011. In the gubernatorial election he placed third out of the five candidates with 6,083 votes making up for 2.02% of the votes cast. In 2012, Baber is running for the position of US Senator in West Virginia under the Mountain Party label against the democratic incumbent in a three-way race. He was included in the only senate debate in 2012 and he received 16,951 or 3.02% of the total vote. Baber is running for U.S. Senate once more in 2014. (en)
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  • Bob Henry Baber (born December 15, 1950) is an American writer, politician and college employee. He is an Appalachian poet who was the first member of the West Virginia Mountain Party to be elected to office when he became mayor of Richwood, West Virginia in 2004. In 2011, Baber was unanimously nominated to be the WV Mountain Party's candidate for the special gubernatorial election in October 2011. In the gubernatorial election he placed third out of the five candidates with 6,083 votes making up for 2.02% of the votes cast. In 2012, Baber is running for the position of US Senator in West Virginia under the Mountain Party label against the democratic incumbent in a three-way race. He was included in the only senate debate in 2012 and he received 16,951 or 3.02% of the total vote. Baber is (en)
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