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    Representative Smith's Survey

    http://danbury.dailyvoice.com/politi...-survey-online

    Direct: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/NM8XRMD

    It is ridiculous that the results are not shown...
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    I believe that survey would be much more useful if the last few questions allowed a short comment section, as the questions are quite vague

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    Quote Originally Posted by motoxmann View Post
    I believe that survey would be much more useful if the last few questions allowed a short comment section, as the questions are quite vague
    I just answered 'no' to all of them except allowing permit holders to carry in schools.
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    Surveymonkey does have an instant results feature but predictably it is off for this survey. We may never know the results. Depending on the results of course.
    I don't know much about Smith other than he is an NRA B+ rated pol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by desmoduck View Post
    Surveymonkey does have an instant results feature but predictably it is off for this survey. We may never know the results. Depending on the results of course.
    I don't know much about Smith other than he is an NRA B+ rated pol.
    Perhaps people should start contacting him to (politely) request that he turn on the instant results feature?

    Representative Richard A. Smith
    Party: Republican


    District: 108th


    Home:
    203-460-4871
    25 Jeremy Drive
    New Fairfield, CT 6812

    Capitol:
    860-240-8700
    Room: 4079
    Legislative Office Building
    Hartford, CT 06106-1591

    Email: richard.smith@housegop.ct.gov


    Website: http://reprichardsmith.com/
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    Although I am not in this district I did call and left a polite message requesting the data be public. I sent an email as well. We'll see how it goes with Monday being a holiday.
    I am in the 64th and the 30th where the reps are A and AQ rated.
    Last edited by desmoduck; 01-18-2013 at 05:06 PM. Reason: clarification

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rich B View Post
    I just answered 'no' to all of them except allowing permit holders to carry in schools.
    Shouldn't need permits to carry IMO .. is it a core right or isn't it? Moore v Madigan said core right...

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