Anthony Robert Temple

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Anthony Robert (Bob) Temple (born October 8, 1926 in Belleville, Ontario) was a Canadian politician.

Temple, a lawyer by profession and an alderman in Belleville in the 1950s, was the Liberal Party of Canada's candidate for the Canadian House of Commons in Hastings South throughout the 1960s. His first attempt to win a seat was in the 1962 federal election but he was elected in the 1963 federal election and served as a Member of Parliament for two years before being defeated in 1965. He attempted to regain his seat in the 1968 federal election but was unsuccessful.[1]

He was also active in the Ontario Liberal Party and was a candidate in the 1954 Ontario Liberal leadership convention placing third of three candidates with 46 votes.

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