2011 election -- Virginia Gun Legislation Discussion and VCDL-PAC endorsements

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    2011 election -- Virginia Gun Legislation Discussion and VCDL-PAC endorsements

    VCDL is an all-volunteer, non-partisan grassroots organization dedicated to defending the human rights of all Virginians. OTOH, the VCDL-PAC, a separate organization, mounts a very hard-hitting direct mail, email and phone program that is mobilizing the pro-gun vote on November 8th.

    Yes, I support both organizations. BTW -- Neither group cares if a candidate has a D, R, L, I, etc behind their name.

    The fifteen specific issues on the 2011 VCDL questionnaire about potential gun related Legislation can be found at:

    Virginia Citizens Defense League, Inc

    VCDL neither ask vague questions nor accept brush-off, such as “I support 2A” -- w/o details as to what the candidate thinks that actually means on focused issues.

    There is absolutely NO reason why they should not have answered this survey!

    Failure to have returned a completed survey frequently indicates indifference, if not outright hostility, toward the Right to Keep and Bear Arms.
    There are links at the bottom of that document to each of the candidates' reply or avoidance.


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    The following House candidates have been endorsed by the VCDL-PAC:

    Will Morefield House 3 Republican
    Nick Rush House 7 Republican
    Greg Habeeb House 8 Republican
    Charles Poindexter House 9 Republican
    Randy Minchew House 10 Republican
    Joeseph Yost House 12 Republican
    Bob Marshall House 13 Republican
    Don Merricks House 16 Republican
    Michael Webert House 18 Republican
    Lewis Bain Medlin Jr. * House 19 Democrat
    Jerry Johnson * House 19 Republican
    Dickie Bell House 20 Republican
    Steve Landes House 25 Republican
    Brian Schoeneman House 37 Republican
    Michael Kane House 41 Libertarian
    Kathleen G Mallard House 48 Independent
    Matthew Simpson House 54 Independent
    Matt Fariss House 59 Republican
    James Edmunds House 60 Republican
    Richard Morris House 64 Republican
    Dwayne Whitehead House 74 Independent
    David Ramadan House 87 Republican
    Gordon Helsel, Jr. House 91 Republican
    Glenn McGuire House 95 Libertarian
    Keith Hodges House 98 Republican
    Margaret Ransone House 99 Republican


    * Both candidates answered the VCDL Survey 100% pro-gun and are running
    against incumbent Lacey Putney (I) who voted to ban self-defense
    shotguns in 1993.

    The following Senate candidates have been endorsed by the VCDL-PAC:

    Thomas E Harmon, IV Senate 2 Republican
    Ben Loyola Senate 6 Republican
    Frank Ruff Senate 15 Republican
    Preston Brown Senate 16 Independent
    Ralph Smith Senate 19 Republican
    Bill Stanley Senate 20 Republican
    Tom Garrett Senate 22 Republican
    TJ Aldous, Jr. Senate 25 Republican
    Jill Vogel Senate 27 Republican
    Richard Stuart Senate 28 Republican
    Patricia Phillips Senate 33 Republican
    Gerarda Culipher * Senate 34 Republican
    Robert Sarvis # Senate 35 Republican
    Jeff Frederick Senate 36 Republican
    Adam Light Senate 38 Republican
    Miller Baker Senate 39 Republican
    Bill Carrico Senate 40 Republican

    * Mrs. Culipher is running in a tough district and still gave a good survey.

    # Mr. Sarvis is running against Sen. Dick Saslaw. No more needs to be said.

    Two races deserve special note.

    Iraq war veteran Robert Short (D) in SD 23 answered 100% pro-gun while
    his opponent Steve Newman refused claiming he doesn't answer surveys.
    Newman wins the "forked tongue" award because he answered the survey of
    the NRTWC, which published its survey results for all to see. Even
    worse, Newman voted to ban self-defense shotguns in 1993 and has never
    apologized.

    Joseph A. Glean in HD 44, a conservative independent, gave a 100%
    pro-gun survey while one opponent, Robert Barsa (R) refused to answer
    and incumbent Scott Surovell (D) answered almost 100% antigun.

    Virginia’s gun owners need a pro-gun state senate in 2012. If you live
    in one of these senate districts, please vote for the endorsed candidate
    to defend your right to defend yourself.

    Virginia’s gun owners need to keep a pro-gun state house in 2012. If you
    live in one of these house districts, please vote for the endorsed
    candidate to defend your right to defend yourself.


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    VA-ALERT is a project of the Virginia Citizens Defense League, Inc.
    (VCDL). VCDL is an all-volunteer, non-partisan grassroots organization
    dedicated to defending the human rights of all Virginians. The Right to
    Keep and Bear Arms is a fundamental human right.

    VCDL web page: http://www.vcdl.org [http://www.vcdl.org/]


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    I am neither an attorney-at-law nor I do play one on television or on the internet. No one should assumes my opinion is legal advice.

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