Richard Bowman

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Candidate for House

District 36

Republican

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1.

Current state law allows a valid concealed carry perunit holder to legally carry a
firearm on state college campuses. Would yor"frpo@aw that *oita brn o.
otherwise make it more difficult for a citizen w###BOT_TEXT###quot;rr"r#-lid concealed carry permit
from exercising their right to carry on campus?

Yes /

No

Why or why not?

2.

All citizens are entitled to due process and equal treatment under the law. Would
you @dlaw that would restrict the gun iigt tr of citizens accused, but not
convWof charges related to domestic violence or stalking?

Yes /*o
Why or why not?

Current state law prohibits the sale, purchase or transfer gf amm-unition magazines
capable of holding more than 15 rounds. Would you€ppo$gpeaE the current
arbitrary limit -of 15 rounds?

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No

Why or why not?

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In Ohio, the Buckeye Firearms Association was successful in winning a full repeal of
their magazine limitation by iricreasing magazine capacity at every opportunity
until they achieved a full repeal. If political circumstances will not allow a full repeal
ofJlggqqitrary limit of 15 rounds in a given legislative year, would you.6pI-dEpn
magazine capacity at every opportunity untilwe get u fult ..ffi
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Yes

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No

Why or why not?

5.

Do you support the-qb1[ty of individua] cities and municipalities to enact restrictions
on gu, rEETs Th-at ,G rn'il* strTngent thaiJxisting 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?
Yes

No

Why or why not?

6.

Would you Sl@the passage of so-called "mandatory safe storage laws," which
would dictat6fr--a fireaffi-a citizen's homffiust be stoTe?TEl-s 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

No

Why or why not?

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7.

Would yorr@ne passage of a law allowing Colorado citizens t!-caqy3 firearm
concealed dritheir person wjlhollt a permit, as is currently the law in Alaska,
Arizona, Idaho, Kansas, Vermont, West Virginia and Wyoming?
Yes

No

Why or why not?

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Sy!ryfi.the current requirepent for backgjounl :,-hgfrr od'&rnsfers of
firearm{Tncluding sales, trades or loans between law-abiding privhte citizens or
when a law-abiding citizen sends his or her firearm to a gunsmith for service?
Do you

Yes

No t/

Why or why not?

9. Wouldvousupaortalawrestrictinstheinclusionofmental
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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 with violent or psychotic behavior, such as attention deficit, post-

traffi-aticstress,anorexia/buIi-miaoranliety?

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No

Why or why not?

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10. Do you

upg4legislation 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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Yes ,/

Why or why not?

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legislation that would maBe the applicatio4 or renewal
carry permits more burdensome than it is today? Additional
burdens could include increasing fees, extending the maximum length of time
allowed for background checks or expanding the current training requirements.

11. Would

Yes /

No

Why or why not?

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or.. tnffi,r* that the-67n on ttre sale and transfer of magazines that hold more
than 15 rounds is not only unenforceable, but also unconstitutional?

Yes t/

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No

Why or why not?

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