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ATR: Urges All New Hampshire Legislators to Join Pledge Signers in Taking Higher Taxes off the Table


Posted by Kyle Baccei on Thursday, January 5th, 2012, 2:48 PM PERMALINK


WASHINGTON, D.C. – With New Hampshire legislature now convened for the 2012 session, Americans for Tax Reform (ATR) has released an updated list of state elected officials in who have signed the Taxpayer Protection Pledge. These legislators have made a written commitment to their constituents to never vote for a net tax increase. 

“With taxpayers in New Hampshire staring down the barrel of the largest federal tax increase in American history, which is set to kick in less than twelve short months from now, I applaud New Hampshire Taxpayer Protection Pledge signers for taking higher taxes off the table in their state,” said Grover Norquist, president of Americans for Tax Reform. “By making this commitment to their constituents, they clearly recognize that in light of the hundreds of billions in higher federal taxes to come out of Washington, D.C. in recent years, the last thing that New Hampshire taxpayers need is for lawmakers in Concord to pile on more job-killing tax increases at the state level,” Norquist added.

The list of those who have signed the Taxpayer Protection Pledge is as follows:
 

House of Representatives:

Donald Andolina (H-6 Strafford)

Jason P. Antosz (H-9 Rockingham)

Kevin A. Avard (H-20 Hillsborough)

Gary Azarian (H-4 Rockingham)

Al Baldasaro (Rock-3)

J. Michael Ball (H-9 Hillsborough)

David Bates (Rock-4)

Ronald Belanger (Rock-4)

Jerry Bergevin (H-17 Hillsborough)

D.J. Bettencourt (Rock-4)

Spec Bowers (H-3 Sullivan)

Lester W. Bradley (H-4 Grafton)

John A. Burt (H-7 Hillsborough)

John Cebrowski (Hills-18)

Gene Chandler (Carroll-1)

Lars T. Christiansen (Hills-27)

Jenn Coffey (H-6 Merrimack)

Tim Comerford (Rock-9)

Gary Daniels (Hills-6)

Russell Day (Hills-7)

Robert Elliott (Rock-4)

Susan Emerson (Ches-7)

Lawrence Emerton, Sr. (Hills-7)

Cam DeJong (H-9 Hillsborough)

Susan DeLemus (H-1 Strafford)

J.B. Duarte (H-1 Rockingham)

Beverly Ferrante (Rock-5)

Robert Fesh (Rock-5)

Dennis H. Fields (Belk-2)

Edmund Gionet (Graft-3)

Brandon Giuda (H-7 Merrimack)

Robert Greemore (Belknap-3)

Mary E. Griffin (Rock-4)

Warren Groen (H-Stafford 1)

Bob Haefner (Hills-27)

Joseph Hagan (H-7 Rockingham)

Harry Hardwick (H-2 Hillsborough)

Ken Hawkins (Hills-18)

James F. Headd (Rock-3)

John Hikel (Hills-7)

Gregory Hill (H-6 Merrimack)

Edith Hogan (Hills-25)

Karen K. Hutchinson (Rock-3)

Will Infantine (Hills-13)

Robert Introne (Rock-3)

Kyle Jones (H-1 Strafford)

Laura Jones (H-1 Strafford)

Phyllis M. Katsakiores (Rock-5)

Walter Kolodziej (H-4 Rockingham)

Joseph F. Krasucki (H-26 Hillsborough)

Don LeBrun (Hillsborough-26)

Robert Luther (H-4 Belknap)

Andrew J. Manuse (H-5 Rockingham)

Michael McCarthy (H-21 Hillsborough)

Jeanine Notter (H-19 Hillsborough)

Lynne Ober (Hills-27)

Russell T. Ober (Hills-27)

William O’Brien (Hills-4)

Bill O’Connor (H-3 Strafford)

Bill Ohm (H-26 Hillsborough)

Barry Palmer (H-26 Hillsborough)

Stephen Palmer (H-6 Hillsborough)

Leo P. Pepino (Hills-11)

Matt Quandt (Rock-13)

John Reagan (Rock-1)**

Dennis Reed (Merr-2)

Andrew Renzullo (Hills-27)

Beverly T. Rodeschin (H-2 Sullivan)

John B. Sedensky, PhD (Rock-8)

Carl Seidel (H-20 Hillsborough)

Tyler W. Simpson (H-1 Belknap)

Steven Smith (H-5 Sullivan)

William Smith (Rock-18)

Tony Soltani (H-8 Merrimack)

Connie Soucy (Hills-17)

Kathleen Souza (H-11 Hillsborough)

Kathleen Stroud (H-19 Hillsborough)

Steve Vaillancourt (Hills-15)

Moe Villeneuve (Hills-18)

Carol M. Vita (H-3 Strafford)

Lucien A. Vita (H-3 Stafford)

Mark Warden (H-7 Hillsborough)

Gary Wheaton (H-14 Rockingham)

Randall Whitehead (H-26Hillsborough)

Steve Winter (H-3 Merrimack)

Colette Worsman (H-3 Belknap)

 

State Senate:

Jack Barnes (S-17 Rockingham)

Jeb Bradely (S-3 Carroll)

Tom DeBlois (S-18 Hillsborough)

Jeanie Forrester (S-2 Belknap and Grafton)

Jim Forsythe (S-4 Strafford)

Nancy E. Stiles (S-24 Rockingham)

Russell Prescott (S-23 Rockingham)

Ray White (S-9 Hillsborough)

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ATR: Urges All Nebraska Legislators to Join Pledge Signers in Taking Higher Taxes off the Table


Posted by Kyle Baccei on Thursday, January 5th, 2012, 2:42 PM PERMALINK


WASHINGTON, D.C. – With Nebraska legislature now convened for the 2012 session, Americans for Tax Reform (ATR) has released an updated list of state elected officials in who have signed the Taxpayer Protection Pledge. These legislators have made a written commitment to their constituents to never vote for a net tax increase. 

“With taxpayers in Nebraska staring down the barrel of the largest federal tax increase in American history, which is set to kick in less than twelve short months from now, I applaud Nebraska Taxpayer Protection Pledge signers for taking higher taxes off the table in their state,” said Grover Norquist, president of Americans for Tax Reform. “By making this commitment to their constituents, they clearly recognize that in light of the hundreds of billions in higher federal taxes to come out of Washington, D.C. in recent years, the last thing that Nebraska taxpayers need is for lawmakers in Lincoln to pile on more job-killing tax increases at the state level,” Norquist added.

The list of those who have signed the Taxpayer Protection Pledge is as follows:

 

State Senate:

Scott Price (S-3)

Tony Fulton (S-29)

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ATR: Urges All Missouri Legislators to Join Pledge Signers in Taking Higher Taxes off the Table


Posted by Kyle Baccei on Thursday, January 5th, 2012, 2:19 PM PERMALINK


WASHINGTON, D.C. – With Missouri’s legislature now convened for the 2012 session, Americans for Tax Reform (ATR) has released an updated list of state elected officials in who have signed the Taxpayer Protection Pledge. These legislators have made a written commitment to their constituents to never vote for a net tax increase.

“With taxpayers in Missouri staring down the barrel of the largest federal tax increase in American history, which is set to kick in less than twelve short months from now, I applaud Missouri Taxpayer Protection Pledge signers for taking higher taxes off the table in their state,” said Grover Norquist, president of Americans for Tax Reform. “By making this commitment to their constituents, they clearly recognize that in light of the hundreds of billions in higher federal taxes to come out of Washington, D.C. in recent years, the last thing that Missouri taxpayers need is for lawmakers in Jefferson City to pile on more job-killing tax increases at the state level,” Norquist added.

The list of those who have signed the Taxpayer Protection Pledge is as follows:

 

House of Representatives:

Sue Allen (H-92)

Randy Asbury (H-22)

Jay Barnes (H-114)

Cloria Brown (H-85)

Michael R. Brown (H-50)

Eric Burlison (H-136)

Kathie Conway (H-14)

Tony Dugger (H-144)

Kevin Elmer (H-141)

Barney Fisher (H-125)

Gary Fuhr (H-97)

Doug Funderburk (H-12)

Chuck Gatschenberger (H-13)

Dave Hinson (H-98)

Steve Hodges (H-161)

Jay D. Houghton (H-10)

Penny V. Hubbard (H-58)

Timothy W. Jones (H-89)

Shelley Keeney (H-156)

Andrew Koenig (H-88)

Mike Lair (H-7)

Brent Lasater (H-53)

Mike Leara (H-95)

John McCaherty (H-90)

Mike McGhee (H-122)

Cole McNary (H-86)

Bob Nance (H-36)

Jeanie Riddle (H-20)

Shane Schoeller (H-139)

Lindell F. Shumake (H-6)

Jason T. Smith (H-150)

Noel Torpey (H-52)

Zachary Wyatt (H-2)

Anne Zerr (H-18)

 

State Senate:

Dan W. Brown (S-16) 

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ATR: Urges All Mississippi Legislators to Join Pledge Signers in Taking Higher Taxes off the Table


Posted by Kyle Baccei on Thursday, January 5th, 2012, 2:09 PM PERMALINK


WASHINGTON, D.C. – With Mississippi legislature now convened for the 2012 session, Americans for Tax Reform (ATR) has released an updated list of state elected officials in who have signed the Taxpayer Protection Pledge. These legislators have made a written commitment to their constituents to never vote for a net tax increase. 

“With taxpayers in Mississippi staring down the barrel of the largest federal tax increase in American history, which is set to kick in less than twelve short months from now, I applaud Mississippi Taxpayer Protection Pledge signers for taking higher taxes off the table in their state,” said Grover Norquist, president of Americans for Tax Reform. “By making this commitment to their constituents, they clearly recognize that in light of the hundreds of billions in higher federal taxes to come out of Washington, D.C. in recent years, the last thing that Mississippi taxpayers need is for lawmakers in Jackson to pile on more job-killing tax increases at the state level,” Norquist added.

The list of those who have signed the Taxpayer Protection Pledge is as follows:

 

House of Representatives:

Richard Bennett (H-120)

Gary A. Chism (H-37)

Bill Denny, Jr. (H-64)

George Flaggs, Jr. (H-55)

Mark Formby (H-108)

Bobby B. Howell (H-46)

Stephen Horne (H-81)

Bennett Malone (H-45)

Rita Martinson (H-58)

Bobby Moak (H-53)

Alex Monsour (H-54)

John Moore (H-60)

Billy Pigott (H-99)

Ray Rogers (H-61)

Jeff Smith (H-39)

Johnny Stringer (H-87)

Jessica Upshaw (H-95)

Joseph L. Warren (H-90)

Stephen Horne (H-81)

 

State Senate:

Sidney Albritton (S-40)

Nancy Adams Collins (S-6)

Josh Harkins (S-20)

Angela Burks Hill (S-40)

Billy Hudson (S-45)

Dean Kirby (S-30)

Tony Smith (S-47)

 

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ATR: Urges All Massachusetts Legislators to Join Pledge Signers in Taking Higher Taxes off the Table


Posted by Kyle Baccei on Thursday, January 5th, 2012, 2:02 PM PERMALINK


WASHINGTON, D.C. – With Massachusetts’ legislature now convened for the 2012 session, Americans for Tax Reform (ATR) has released an updated list of state elected officials in who have signed the Taxpayer Protection Pledge. These legislators have made a written commitment to their constituents to never vote for a net tax increase. 

 

“With taxpayers in Massachusetts staring down the barrel of the largest federal tax increase in American history, which is set to kick in less than twelve short months from now, I applaud Massachusetts Taxpayer Protection Pledge signers for taking higher taxes off the table in their state,” said Grover Norquist, president of Americans for Tax Reform. “By making this commitment to their constituents, they clearly recognize that in light of the hundreds of billions in higher federal taxes to come out of Washington, D.C. in recent years, the last thing that Massachusetts taxpayers need is for lawmakers in Boston to pile on more job-killing tax increases at the state level,” Norquist added.

 

The list of those who have signed the Taxpayer Protection Pledge is as follows:


 

House of Representatives:

Robert Hedlund (S-Plym. & Norf.)

Paul Adams (Essex-7)

Demetrius John Atsalis (Barnst.-2)

Fred “Jay” Barrows (Brist.-1)

Richard Bastien (Worc.-2)

Matthew Beaton (Worc.-11)

Nicholas Boldyga (Hampden-3)

Angelo D’Emilia (Plymouth-8)

Vinnie DeMacedo (Plym.-1)

Geoffrey Diehl (Plymouth-7)

Peter Durant (Worcester-6)

Ryan Fattman (Worc.-18)

Kim Ferguson (Worc.-1)

Paul K. Frost (Worc.-7)

Susan Williams Gifford (Plym.-2)

Sheila Harrington (Middlesex-1)

Brad Hill (Essex-4)

Randy Hunt (Barnstable-5)

Steven Levy (Middlesex-4)

Marc Lombardo (Middlesex-22)

Jim Lyons (Essex-18)

James R. Miceli (Middlesex-19)

David Nangle (Middl.-17)

Shaunna O’Connell (Bristol-3)

Keiko Orrall (Lakeville-12)

Elizabeth A. Poirier (Brist.-14)

John H. Rogers (Norfolk-12)

George Ross (Bristol-2)

Todd Smola (Hamp.-1)

David Vieira (Barnstable-1)

Daniel Winslow (Norfolk-9)

Steve Howitt (Bristol-4)

Donald Humason (Hamp.-4)

 

State Senate:

Richard Ross (S-Norfolk, Bristol, & Middlesex)

Kevin Kuros (Worc.-8)

 

Americans for Tax Reform is a non-partisan coalition of taxpayers and taxpayer groups who oppose all tax increases.  For more information or to arrange an interview please contact John Kartch at (202) 785-0266 or by email at jkartch@atr.org.

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ATR: Urges All Maine Legislators to Join Pledge Signers in Taking Higher Taxes off the Table


Posted by Kyle Baccei on Thursday, January 5th, 2012, 1:51 PM PERMALINK


WASHINGTON, D.C. – With Maine’s legislature now convened for the 2012 session, Americans for Tax Reform (ATR) has released an updated list of state elected officials in who have signed the Taxpayer Protection Pledge. These legislators have made a written commitment to their constituents to never vote for a net tax increase. 

 

“Taxpayers in Maine are staring down the barrel of the largest federal tax increase in American history, which is set to kick in less than twelve short months from now. I applaud Maine Taxpayer Protection Pledge signers,” said Grover Norquist, president of Americans for Tax Reform. “By making this commitment to their constituents, they clearly recognize that in light of the hundreds of billions in higher federal taxes to come out of Washington, D.C. in recent years, the last thing that Maine taxpayers need is for lawmakers in Augusta to pile on more job-killing tax increases at the state level,” Norquist added.

 

The list of those who have signed the Taxpayer Protection Pledge is as follows:

 

House of Representatives:

David Burns (H-32)

Richard M. Cebra (H-101)

Mike Celli (H-21)

Kathleen Chase (H-147)

Dale Crafts (H-104)

Dean A. Cray (H-28)

Jarrod S. Crockett (H-91)

Philip A. Curtis (H-86)

Andre Cushing (H-39)

Dana L. Dow (H-50)

Peter Edgecomb (H-4)

Stacey A. Fitts (H-29)

Leslie Fossel (H-53)

Jeffery Gifford (H-12)

Peter Johnson (H-27)

Dennis Keschl (H-83)

L. Gary Knight (H-81)

Ricky Long (H-9)

Michael D. McClellan (H-103)

Jonathan McKane (H-51)

Susan Morissette (H-54)

Robert Nutting (H-78)

Beth A. O’Connor (H-145)

Wayne Parry (H-140)

John Picchiotti (H-84)

Wesley E. Richardson (H-49)

Ralph Sarty Jr. (H-99)

Heather Sirocki (H-128)

G. Paul Waterhouse (H-98)

Bruce Bickford (H-70)

 

State Senate:

Nichi Farnham (S-32)

Deborah Sanderson (S-52)

Lois Snowe-Mello (S-15)

Doug Thomas (S-27)

David Trahan (S-20)


 

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ATR: Urges All Kentucky Legislators to Join Pledge Signers in Taking Higher Taxes off the Table


Posted by Kyle Baccei on Thursday, January 5th, 2012, 12:32 PM PERMALINK


WASHINGTON, D.C. – With Kentucky’s legislature now convened for the 2012 session, Americans for Tax Reform (ATR) has released an updated list of state elected officials in who have signed the Taxpayer Protection Pledge. These legislators have made a written commitment to their constituents to never vote for a net tax increase. 

 

“With taxpayers in Kentucky staring down the barrel of the largest federal tax increase in American history, which is set to kick in less than twelve short months from now, I applaud Indiana Taxpayer Protection Pledge signers for taking higher taxes off the table in their state,” said Grover Norquist, president of Americans for Tax Reform. “By making this commitment to their constituents, they clearly recognize that in light of the hundreds of billions in higher federal taxes to come out of Washington, D.C. in recent years, the last thing that Kentucky taxpayers need is for lawmakers in Frankfort to pile on more job-killing tax increases at the state level,” Norquist added.

 

The list of those who have signed the Taxpayer Protection Pledge is as follows:

 

House of Representatives:

Julie Raque Adams (H-32)

Royce Adams (H-61)

Kevin Bratcher (H-29)

James Comer (H-53)

Tim Couch (H-90)

Ron Crimm (H-33)

Robert Damron (H-39)

Jim DeCesare (H-21)

Bob DeWeese (H-48)

C.B. Embry, Jr. (H-17)

Joseph Fischer (H-68)

Danny Ford (H-80)

Jim Gooch (H-12)

W. Keith Hall (H-93)

Melvin B. Henley (H-5)

Jeff Hoover (H-83)

Wade Hurt (H-37)

Thomas Kerr (H-64)

Kim King (H-55)

Stan Lee (H-45)

Brad Montell (H-58)

Lonnie Napier (H-36)

Marie Rader (H-89)

James Stewart III (H-86)

 

State Senate:

Tom Buford (S-22)

Julie Rose Denton (S-36)

Ernie Harris (S-26)

Katie Kratz Stine (S-24)

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ATR: Urges All Indiana Legislators to Join Pledge Signers in Taking Higher Taxesoff the Table


Posted by Kyle Baccei on Thursday, January 5th, 2012, 12:18 PM PERMALINK


WASHINGTON, D.C. – With Indiana’s legislature now convened for the 2012 session, Americans for Tax Reform (ATR) has released an updated list of state elected officials in who have signed the Taxpayer Protection Pledge. These legislators have made a written commitment to their constituents to never vote for a net tax increase. 

 

“With taxpayers in Indiana staring down the barrel of the largest federal tax increase in American history, which is set to kick in less than twelve short months from now, I applaud Indiana Taxpayer Protection Pledge signers for taking higher taxes off the table in their state,” said Grover Norquist, president of Americans for Tax Reform. “By making this commitment to their constituents, they clearly recognize that in light of the hundreds of billions in higher federal taxes to come out of Washington, D.C. in recent years, the last thing that Indiana taxpayers need is for lawmakers in Indianapolis to pile on more job-killing tax increases at the state level,” Norquist added.

 

The list of those who have signed the Taxpayer Protection Pledge is as follows:

 

House of Representatives:

James Baird (H-44)

Jeb Bardon (H-25)

Robert Behning (H-91)

Timothy Brown (H-41)

Woody Burton (H-58)

Robert Cherry (H-53)

Wes Culver (H-49)

Steven Davisson (H-73)

Jeff Espich (H-82)

David Frizzell (H-93)

Craig Fry (H-5)

Bob Heaton (H-46)

Tom Knollman (H-55)

Gerald P. Torr (H-39)

Timothy Neese (H-48

Rhonda Rhoads (H-70)

P. Eric Turner (H-32)

Timothy Wesco (H-21)

Eric Allan Koch (H-65)

Don Lehe (H-15)

Jud McMillin (H-68)

Winfield Moses (H-81)

 

State Senate:

Jim Banks (S-17)

James R. Buck (S-21)

Mike Delph (S-29)

Dennis K. Kruse (S-14)

Jim Tomes (S-49)

Greg Walker (S-41)

John Waterman (S-39)

 

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Republican Cook County Commissioners support Tax Hike


Posted by Kyle Baccei on Wednesday, November 16th, 2011, 5:47 PM PERMALINK


On Monday November 14th the Cook County Finance Committee voted a new alcohol tax increase by a vote of 12-5 out of committee. The new law increases the excise tax on alcohol by $.50 a gallon. By enacting this tax increase, the Board of Commissioners is projected to cost Cook County nearly 300 jobs. With the unemployment rate at already at 10% and with jobs in the hospitality industry already below pre-recession levels, many people must ask themselves is now is the right time to see a tax increase for the people of Cook County?

 

These four Republicans represent the worst kind of tax and spend – big government – Republicans.  There is little difference between their position on taxation and that of the anti-growth, job-killing policies of their Democrat colleagues.  When Republicans in Washington, D.C. and across the country are standing firm against job-killing higher taxes, these four Republicans have caved – perhaps hoping to score invitations to Democrat cocktail parties with Mayor Rahm Emmanuel on the Gold Coast.

Before this tax hike, the excise tax on alcohol for Cook County is greater than that of New York, and increasing this tax any further will only hurt the economy and harm job creation. This excise tax puts the burden on the middle and low-income workers and families of Cook County.

Emmanuel has proposed a new booze and tobacco tax hike, on top of the 66% tax increase, the largest tax increase in IL history, that Cook County residents are already coping with as we head into the holiday shopping season.

Worse yet, four Republican county commissioners who sit on the Finance Committee voted to pass the tax:

Timothy O. Schneider

Phone: 312-603-6388

 

Gregg Goslin

Phone: 312-603-4932

@GreggGoslin

 

Elizabeth Doody Gorman

Phone: 312-603-4215

 

Peter Silversti

312-603-4393

 

With no light of day between Republicans and Democrats, it is no wonder why Republicans in Chicago and Illinois are doing so poorly.

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ATR Releases List of 2011 Pledge Signers in Virginia


Posted by Kyle Baccei on Monday, November 7th, 2011, 1:54 PM PERMALINK


With the general election for state legislature occurring tomorrow in Virginia, many candidates have taken a firm stance to not raise taxes and have signed the Taxpayer Protection Pledge. These candidates have pledged to the people of the Commonwealth that they will vote against all efforts to raise taxes in Richmond.

 

Washington, D.C. over the past three years has imposed higher federal taxes, costing the taxpayer hundreds of billions of dollars. It is critical at this time that those in Richmond stand with Virginia Taxpayers and oppose higher taxes. Those in the state legislature must work to oppose putting the burden of government on the backs of those hardworking people across the state of Virginia. The following is a list of incumbents and challengers who have committed to the voters of Virginia that they will not raise your taxes:

 

Incumbents

State Senate:

 

Stephen H. Martin (S-11)

Frank M. Ruff (S-15)

W. Roscoe Reynolds (S-20)

Steve Newman (S-23)

Mark Obenshain (S-26)

Jill Holtzman Vogel (S-27)

 

House of Delegates:

 

Greg Habeeb (H-8)

Robert G. Marshall (H-13)

C. Todd Gilbert (H-15)

Kathy Byron (H-22)

Ben Cline (H-24)

Steve Landes (H-25)

Tony Wilt (H-26)

Scott Lingamfelter (H-31)

Barbara Comstock (H-34)

Tim Hugo (H-40)

David Albo (H-42)

Robert Bell (H-58)

Tommy Wright (H-61)

R. Lee Ware, Jr. (H-65)

Kirk Cox (H-66)

Mark Cole (H-88)

Thomas Gear (H-91)

Chris Peace (H-97)

 

*The candidate has moved into a new

district due to redistricting

 

 

Challengers

State Senate:

 

Tom Harmon (S-2)

Ben Loyola (S-6)

Richard “Dick” Black (S-13)

Preston Brown (S-16)

Ralph K. Smith (S-19)*

William Stanley (S-20)*

Dave Nutter (S-21)

Thomas A. Garrett, Jr. (S-22)

Patrick Forrest (S-32)

Patricia Phillips (S-33)

Gerarda Culipher (S-34)

Robert C. Sarvis (S-35)

Jeffrey M. Frederick (S-36)

Adam Light (S-38)

 

House of Delegates:

 

Israel O’Quinn (H-5)

Randy Minchew (H-10)

Michael J. Webert (H-18)

Jerry Johnson (H-19)

H. Evans Thomas (H-59)

Linda Wall (H-59)

Al Peschke (H-75)

David Ramadan (H-87)

Israel O’Quinn (H-5)

Randy Minchew (H-10)

Michael J. Webert (H-18)

Jerry Johnson (H-19)

H. Evans Thomas (H-59)

Linda Wall (H-59)

Al Peschke (H-75)

David Ramadan (H-87)

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