Del. John Bell's 2018 Constituent Survey
Help Delegate John Bell represent our community better by providing feedback on today's pressing issues.
What are the three most important issues facing the General Assembly this year? Check three.
Increasing the Use of Renewable Energy
Improving Access to Health Care for Virginians
Improving the Economy and Creating Jobs
Protecting the Environment
Protecting LGBTQ Rights
Protecting Women's Reproductive Rights
Protecting Voting Rights
The best way to help continue economic growth in Virginia is:
Cutting corporate income taxes for small businesses.
Eliminating the sales tax on food.
Eliminating state car tax relief to localities.
Investing in road, transit, and construction projects that create jobs.
Investing in higher education, including in technical and vocational education.
Cutting red tape for small businesses.
Do nothing - job creation shouldn't be the responsibility of the government, but should be left to private enterprise.
To improve our education system, I support:
Restoring funding cut from K-12 education during the recession.
Replacing Virginia Standards of Learning (SOLs) with the federal Common Core of Knowledge.
Reducing the number of SOL tests administered in schools.
Providing funding to lower class sizes.
Providing localities with the flexibility to create charter schools.
Improving access to preschool, Kindergarten, and high quality child care.
Providing localities with the flexibility to ffer more choices among public schools.
Providing localities with the flexibility to determine the beginning and end of the school year.
Providing localities the flexibility to establish year-round schools.
Do you support funding for full-day Kindergarten programs?
To reduce gun violence, I support:
Requiring background checks on all gun purchases.
Closing the gun show loophole.
Restoring the one handgun per month restriction.
Limiting the size of ammunition clips.
Allowing localities to bar guns on designated public property.
Banning high-powered military style weaponry.
Banning gun stores within school zones.
Virginia is one of only two states that does not allow felons the automatic restoration of voting rights. Do you believe Virginia should allow non-violent felons that have served their time the right to vote?
Check the box of the following health care initiatives you support:
Repeal the law that requires women's health centers to meet hospital standards.
Repeal the law that requires an ultrasound prior to abortion.
Pass a law that classifies FDA-approved birth control separate from abortion.
Expand Medicaid to cover approximately 400,000 uninsured Virginians using federal funds.
Establish a state health insurance exchange for Virginia rather than participating in the federal exchange.
Affordable access to health care.
Increase the tax on cigarettes to pay Medicaid-related costs.
Increase the amount of time a person may be detained against their will for mental health treatment.
Increase funding to help fight opioid addiction.
Tolling in Northern Virginia is one way we make up for the lack of transportation revenue provided by the state. Which of the following do you support?
Private toll roads that are operated by companies, for which Virginia is not fiscally responsible.
State toll roads where the money raised goes to maintenance of that road.
Tolls on HOV lanes to allow for single-occupancy use.
No tolls. Pay for transportation improvements with traditional taxes.
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