Matt Bartle

Matt Bartle REPRepublican

American politician

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Matt BartleREPRepublican American politician
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Matt Bartle (born February 20, 1965) is a Republican politician from Missouri. He was born in Columbia, Missouri. He graduated from David H. Hickman High School, and went on to get a Bachelor of Arts degree in economics from the University of Missouri, and a J.D. degree from Northwestern University. While at Northwestern, he was the editor of law review. He is an attorney. Bartle was first elected to the Missouri House of Representatives in 1998, and remained in that position through 2002. He was elected to the Missouri State Senate in 2002, and served as the chair of the Judiciary and Civil and Criminal Jurisprudence Committee, vice chair of the Aging, Families, Mental and Public Health Committee, and as a member of the Transportation Committee and the Commerce, Energy, and the Environment Committee. In January 2007, Sen. Bartle surprised many with a 17-hour filibuster against an appointee to the University of Missouri's Board of Curators. Bartle, a Christian conservative, was concerned about the appointee's views on stem-cell research.

Education5 - 5 of 3
David H. Hickman High School
University of Missouri
Northwestern University School of Law
Past Positions1 - 4 of 4
Missouri State Senate
2002 - 2010
Graves, Bartle & Marcus, Limited Liability Company
Bryan Cave Limited Liability Partnership
1991 - 1998
United States Court of Appeals
1990 - 1991
Other Experience1 - 2 of 2
Lee's Summit Chamber of Commerce, present
First Baptist Church, present