Arve Kambe

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Arve Kambe

Arve Kambe (born 1974) is a Norwegian politician (H). He was elected to the Stortinget from Rogaland in 2009. He has a cand.mag. in law, as well as having studied history and comparative politics. He has worked as business chief at Trygge Barnehager.

He was city council deputy in Haugesund 1995–2009, council member 2001, and group leader since 2003. He was also county council member from 1999 to 2003. Kambe was deupty leader of Unge Høyre from 1998 to 2000. In 2009 he was Rogaland Høyre's 3rd candidate for the Stortinget, and was elected, along with Bent Høie and Siri A. Meling.

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