Bob Trammell

Bob Trammell is the former Minority Leader of the Georgia State House. First elected in 2014,
Bob served three terms in the State House. He succeeded Stacey Abrams as Democratic Leader
in his second term and, he served in that capacity through the end of 2020.

Bob serves as Senior Advisor to Connect South Public Affairs, an Atlanta based public
affairs/government relations firm. In addition to his role with Connect South, Bob practices law
at Trammell Sams, LLC which he founded in 2003 in his hometown of Luthersville. Trammell
also served as County Attorney for Meriwether County for four years prior to serving in the State
House providing him with a detailed and practical understanding of how local government

Bob is a 1996 summa cum laude graduate of the University of Georgia, majoring in English and
Political Science. He obtained his law degree from The University of Virginia School of Law in
Charlottesville, Virginia in 1999. Before returning home to practice, he started his legal career as a law clerk in the United States District Court for the Northern District of Georgia and
subsequently practiced law at King & Spalding before starting his own firm in 2003.

Bob and his wife Jenny reside in Luthersville with their three children, Mary, Virginia, and Bob.