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Virgina Delegate Jack Reid

Discussion in 'Legal' started by Don of Kalifornia, Jun 8, 2004.

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  1. Don of Kalifornia

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    I have a question for some of you in Virgina, I'd like some information on House Delegate Jack Reid (R-Dist. 72). His voting record, beliefs etc.
     
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    Pretty conservative, votes with the "Hard Right" on most issues. Lefties harte him. Not particularly active on RKBA; education and taxes are his big-interest issues IIRC. Anything in particular you can't find on the official web sites?

    TC
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  3. Don of Kalifornia

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    Anyone have a link to his website?
     
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    Virginia Citizens Defense League has a pretty good questionaire sent out to Virginia senators and reps. www.vcdl.org
     
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    Know Delegate Reid personally. He has a good RKBA voting record. Voted in favor of repealing the ban on carrying concealed in establishments that serve alcohol, voted for all of the pro-gun legislation in the past session including the first partial roll back of Virginia's handgun rationing law (one-gun-a-month). NRA rates him an A candidate.

    Sportsmen for Bush
     
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