I don't think there's any kind of consensus among the people that were in there; we're almost 50 different opinionsGovernors discuss climate change Feb 24, 2008
It's so complicated and complex and it deals with such (an) array of different considerationsAlabama mulls tax, government overhaul May 07, 2003
We're not going to continue to fund a dysfunctional systemAlabama mulls tax, government overhaul May 07, 2003
This is where it was going to end up, and for the people of Alabama, the sooner it was resolved the betterCourts to decide Alabama governor recount Nov 15, 2002
Baldwin County just came out and certified the election resultsTwo claim win in Alabama governor's race Nov 06, 2002
Robert Renfroe "Bob" Riley (born October 3, 1944) is an American politician in the Republican Party. He was the 52nd Governor of Alabama, first elected in 2002, and re-elected in 2006.
Riley was born in Ashland, Alabama, a small town in Clay County where his family ranched and farmed for six generations. Riley attended the University of Alabama, and he graduated with a degree in business administration. Riley is married to Patsy Adams Riley, also from Ashland. The couple have four children (one of whom is deceased) and seven grandchildren.
Riley is married to the former Patsy Adams, also from Clay County. The Rileys have four children, Rob, Jenice, Minda and Krisalyn. Jenice, the Rileys' first daughter and the campaign's fundraiser, passed away in August 2001. The Rileys have three granddaughters and three grandsons. He is an alumni brother of Phi Kappa Sigma.