As your Delegate, I saved the Sunday hunting bill! The bill had an error in it that would have introduced a new felony if you carried a rifle for self-defense while hiking/camping in state parks. Working with two other Delegates, Jim Butler & Patrick Martin, we amended the bill to remove this mistake, and the bill passed into law. The next time you’re out hunting in the woods on Sunday… thank the “3 Musketeers!” – Delegates Jim Butler, Patrick Martin, and me, your Delegate in the 38th!
There were two other pro-2nd Amendment bills introduced in Session this year, and I spoke fervently in favor of both, and have been credited by the NRA and the WVCDL (West Virginia Citizens Defense League) as being instrumental this year in protecting West Virginians’ gun rights. I am now looked at as a preeminent Delegate for the 2nd Amendment in the WV House. If that’s important to you, please remember in May and November.
“As an auditor, I have experience in finding and eliminating fraud and inefficiencies. As YOUR DELEGATE, I’m committed to reducing wasteful government spending and promoting an environment that is good for business in Kanawha and Putnam counties.”
I’m proud to receive the endorsement of the WVBIC.
The WV Chamber of Commerce has endorsed Dianna Graves for House of Delegates in the 38th District.
The National Rifle Association (NRA) has given Dianna Graves an A rating for fighting to protect the 2nd Amendment rights of West Virginians.
The West Virginia Citizen’s Defense League has given Dianna Graves an A+ rating for fighting to protect the 2nd Amendment rights of West Virginians.
“Dianna Graves distinguished herself during the recent legislative session by voting to pass the Constitutional Amendment to limit taxpayer funding of abortion.”