Tuesday, January 21, 2014

89 Percent Support Protecting Military's Right To Vote

January 21, 2014   
For Immediate Release
   Brenda Roberts


   89 Percent Support Protecting Military's Right To Vote

Richmond, Virginia - January 21, 2014 - In recent data from district polling, 89 percent of respondents support a law protecting military members right to participate in nominating candidates for office, and 83 percent prefer the primary process to a convention.

"Our men and women in uniform serve all over the globe, and their votes should be allowed, protected and counted," said Taylor "Injured servicemen and women as well as those on deployment should not be barred from casting a ballot for candidates who may one day vote to send them to war."
The data, showing overwhelming support across party lines, reaffirms Del. Taylor's commitment to allowing military members to participate in the selection of candidates.  The poll took place on January 20, 2014 and included over 700 respondents from within the 85th district of Virginia.
Del. Scott Taylor's office is located on the 4th floor of the General Assembly building in room 418, and constituents are encouraged to come visit during the 60 day session from January to March, please contact his office at (804)698-1085 or by email at DelSTaylor@house.virginia.gov to schedule a meeting. Tours of the Capitol are also available upon request.
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