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Virginia House District 50

The House of Delegates has legislative power, with the Senate, to enact laws. Delegates serve a two-year term and are eligible for reelection. The salary is $17,640 per year. A Delegate must be at least 21 years old at the time of election and be a resident of the district he/she seeks to represent.
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    Lee J. Carter (Dem) IT Specialist

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What changes in Virginia's method of drawing electoral district lines would you support?

What options would you propose to increase highway and public transportation funding, and what methods do you support to solve congestion issues?

How would you ensure voting access for all qualified Virginians?

How confident are you that the current requirements for financial disclosure and reporting by candidates and elected officials meet the standards for ethics and transparency? What changes, if any, do you support?

What are your legislative priorities?

experience Lee Carter served five years on active duty with the United States Marine Corps, and has worked in repairing cancer therapy equipment and in IT since moving to Northern Virginia.
hometown Elizabeth City, NC
I support the creation of an independent redistricting commission to ensure that voters are choosing the politicians, not the other way around.
There are only two ways to decrease congestion: either build new roads or get people off of the existing roads. I am in favor of expanding VRE and bus services to get people off of Route 28 and I-66, and smart development that allows people to work closer to home so that fewer people have to commute at all.
I am in favor of no-excuse early and absentee voting for all, with same-day voter registration.
I am not at all confident in our current campaign finance system. Virginia law has no limits for campaign contributions, and relies on voluntary disclosure for transparency. I am in favor of publicly funded elections in Virginia to remove the possibility of campaign contributions carrying undue influence on our elected officials.
My top legislative priorities include worker's compensation reform, Medicaid expansion, and creation of a state level single payer healthcare system. These three together would guarantee that Virginia is a place where working people are free from worry that they are one injury or illness away from bankruptcy.
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