From the office of Del. Rick Impallaria:
Each year I like to do a survey of Maryland residents to determine how they feel on certain issues. After I receive your responses (which are kept confidential), I tally the results,which I share with the Caucus, the Governor’s Office, and, of course, with you, the respondents. I hope you will enjoy participating in this survey and seeing the end results.
The asterisked * questions were suggestions from you who responded to my request in Update #1.
*1. Do you believe there should be term limits for elected officials?
2. If the gubernatorial election were today, would you support Governor O’Malley?
If not, write in who you would support.
3. On a scale of 1 – 10, 10 being the highest, rank the performance of the General Assembly over the past three years (since the last election).
4. Do you believe that the help the government gives small business, i.e., more government control, oversight, and regulation, really helps small business?
5. The federal government has been focusing most of its time on health care. Please rank the following four topics that the federal government should be working on, in order of importance to you, with 1 being the most important and 4 being the least.
Health Care ranks Number ______
National Security ranks Number ______
Jobs ranks Number ______
Energy ranks Number ______
6. Name three areas where you think the Maryland budget should be cut.
*7. Do you believe we should have table games as well as slots? Yes No
*8. Do you think that law-abiding Maryland citizens should have the right to carry firearms, openly and/or concealed, for personal protection?
*9. Do you support marriage for same-sex couples?
*10. Do you believe that same-sex relationships should be taught in our public schools as a natural and appropriate relationship?
Any other comments:
We will tally the results and send them back to you as soon as we can. Please feel free to forward this survey to others you think may like to participate.
Delegate, District 7
Mailing Address: 310 Lowe House Office Bldg., Annapolis, MD 21401