Donna Walter

Not currently in office
Candidate for House District 52
Republican

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Current state law allows a valid concealed carry permit holder to legally carry a
firearm on state college campuses. Would you oppose a law that would ban or
otherwise make it more difficult for a citizen with a valid concealed carry permit
from exercising their right to carry on campus?
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All citizens are entitled to due process and equal treatment under the law. Would
you gppose a law that would restrict the gun rights of citizens accused, but not
convicted of charges related to domestic violence or stalking?
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Current state law p)6libitr the sale, pu..ilrr. or transfer of ammunition magazines
capable of holding more than 1-5 rounds. Would you support repealing the current
arbitrary lirnit of 15 rounds?
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In Ohio, the Buckeye Firearms Association was successful in winning a full repeal of
their magazine limitation by increasing magazine capacity at every opportunity
until they achieved a full repeal. If political circumstances will not allow a full repeal
of the arbitrary limit of 1-5 rounds in a given legislative year, would you support an
increase in magazine capacity at every opportunity until we get a full repeal?
No

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Do you support the

ability of individual cities and municipalities to enact restrictions
on gun rights that are more stringent than existing restrictions at the state level?
For example, should a city or municipality have the ability to ban open carry,
concealed carry or prevent possession or transfer of a firearm that would otherwise
be legal under prevailing state law?
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would dictate how a firearm in a citizen's home must be stored? This could include
requiring the use of trigger locks, even when a citizen is physically present in his or
her residence, or that firearms not in one's personal possession be stored in a gun
safe and/or unloaded condition at all times.
Yes

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you oppose the passage of a law allowing Colorado citizens to carry a firearm
concealed on their person without a permit, as is currently the law in Alaska,
Arizona, Idaho, Kansas, Vermont, West Virginia and Wyoming?

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current requirement for background checks on all transfers of
firearms, including sales, trades or loans between law-abiding private citizens or
when a law-abiding citizen sends his or her firearm to a gunsmith for service?
Do you support the

No

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Would you support a law restricting the inclusion of mental health records in a
background check if such inclusion infringed upon the gun rights of citizens who
were diagnosed with or sought counseling or treatment for disorders not commonly
associated'"vith viclent or psychotic beha'r!or, such as attention deficit, posttraumatic stress, anorexia/bulimia or anxiety?
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10. Do you s_up4lllegislation that would enable local school boards andf or school
administrators to choose if staff members in possession of a valid concealed carry
permit are allowed to carry a concealed handgun on school premises?
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Donna Walter

Mon, Jun 20,2016 at 7:53 AM

Cc: Donna Walter <d_walter007@hotmail.com>

Questionl0: Do I suBportllegislation that would enable local school boards and/or school administrators to choose if
staff members in possession of a validconcealed carry permit are allowwed to carry a concealed handgun on school
premises?
Not having a complete understanding that K-12 are not under the same laws as those of the remaining state it is
apparently a school board in the situtaion that can call the shots and prohibit a staff member from carring concealed,
even if in possession of a CCW. One of my concerns regarding this was that if a school board were to allow this
would their insurance carrier drop their coverage. lnvestigation into this proves that in other states where legislation
such as this has been introduced a few samll insurance companies were griping pre-legislation but there were plently
of insurers to sell policies which for some schools this free market brought about lower premiums. Having found this
to be a non-issue I would support such legislation.
Also, for question 1 2 I would ask what the difference is between 1 5 rounds and 1 6...are they saying that if the
magazine holds 15 rounds "it" can not "kill" but 16 rounds can? What utter nonesense. Some of this sounds like
Representative Fields when she speaks regarding the subject of guns, rounds, etc. Almost like the media calling rifles
"assault" rifles - and the public now mostly a differenct generation, where many of the last of the generation to see
"assault" rifles slowly dying off or having short memory spans in the generation to follow due to the activities of that
generation - so few know that "assault" weapons have been illegal for centuries. Because of such I am starting to
hear from those I would consider conservative that we need "laws" to control "assault" rifles. When people hear a lie
long enough they start to believe it.
I am a Constitutional Conservative, having studied and taught Constitutional Law, although not an attorney and not
done in a University setting, I realize statutory law is not always the same BUT one can not make lawful statutory law
without the knowledge of the Constitution. I see many Republicans voting in favor of bills that for one reason or
another are not Constitutional but do so out of fear of not being re-elected.

Please note my spell check does not appear to be working and there may have been a few typos that have sliipped
through.
Thnak you.
Donna Walter
Candidate HD52
970-690-1 990

From:ry
Date: Sat, 18 Jun 2016 15:35:40 -0600
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I talked to my friend in Ohio. They got some initial pushback from the insurance industry with the same concern your
friend mentioned. Aside from a couple of small insurers griping pre-legislation, there were plenty of insurers to sell
policies. Some schools even saw lower premiums. He said it was a non issue. Good to know for getting legislation
passed.
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