Michiganders expect politicians to get along and get something done.
Giving back to the community is part of Bart’s DNA.
Bart Goldberg was born in Louisville, Kentucky, the oldest of four children in a nurturing family, and then moved to Chicago at age 17 to attend college. He received a B.A. in Economics from the University of Chicago in 1981, and then earned a J.D. from the University of Chicago Law School in 1985.
During college he played in a punk band. Their claim to fame was once opening for The Ramones. Only one of the bands that played that night made it into the Rock Hall of Fame, however.
After law school, Bart decided to start his own law practice rather than heading to a big firm or corporate office. Bart wanted to help real people with their problems - not just be a legal paper pusher for big corporations.
His clients were real people, hardworking, and faced a lot of the same problems we do today. They needed an affordable advisor who is deserving of their trust.
Now, Bart and his wife Missy call New Buffalo, Michigan, home.
Bart is active in the community and serves as the president of his homeowners association. He loves being outdoors on a bike or at the lake. An avid reader of non-fiction and science books, Bart enjoys learning about new things. It keeps him open minded to new ideas and ways to solve the problems we all face.
Bart’s experience and problem-solving skills are exactly what congress needs. He’ll be able to advocate for southern Michigan and bring home money that will help make the American Dream a reality.