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1. From: Johnny King posted Feb 21, 2018 7:58 PM
Representative Austin Scott
2417 Rayburn HOB
Washington, DC 20515
I have read about some specific legislation that you have supported and voted yes on. The legislation that I am speaking about is (H.RES.129). First, let me thank you for supporting veterans and their families it is very much appreciated. As a veteran there is nothing like someone having your back in the time of need. We need more people in Washington like yourself to represent the people.
I am a veteran of Operation Desert Storm and Desert Shield. I served in the U. S. Army and Army Reserve. It is good to know that someone cares for veterans and is willing to fight for them. The legislation stated that the Department of Defense and all of its agencies should put fourth effort to track down and locate POW/MIA soldiers by all means necessary. It stated that the department should account for all missing persons.
As a veteran it makes me proud to have served my country knowing that Representatives I have voted for are concerned about the welfare of all veterans. I gave my country all that I had and the least that they can do is to try and locate me in the event of my capture. It is my wish that all veterans of foreign wars get the medical care after returning home. I ask you to continue fighting for our veterans because, we fought in order for all Americans to live free here in the United States.
United States House of Representatives. (2017-2018) H.RES.129 Retrieved from http://congress.gov/bill/115th-congress/house-resolution/129/
2. From: Danny Murnan posted Feb 23, 2018 12:03 PM
Dear Mike Pence,
You may think that climate change is phony, but what isnâ€™t phony is the fake grass, trees, and the absence of animals your children and grandchildren will face in the future. Donâ€™t get me wrong it is good to live in the â€œnowâ€, but the future is just as important. Donâ€™t be selfish. Not only do I think you are environmentally neglectful. I feel you are immoral as well. Using political donations to pay the mortgage on your house, your personal credit cards, groceries, entertainment, and car payments for your wife is just despicable. The ideal Vice President should be honest and work in the interest of America and its people. I feel that you donâ€™t quite fit the bill.
The Clean Power Plan was put in place for a reason. To ignore it and be more concerned with the economics of it all shows how shallow you really are.
Bowles, J. (2016). Think Trump is scary? Check out Mike Pence on the Issues. Retrieved from
3.From: Stephenie Welch posted Feb 21, 2018 8:26 PM
North Carolina’s 11th District Congressman
Reading your biography your specific outlook on the different legislators in our district I have come to the conclusion that if you were to run for office again that I would vote for you. You have a long-running history of supporting small-business owners the disabled when you voted yes for the consideration to amend Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 to better explain and clarify requirements for the disabled when it comes to different demand letters and to allow certain time limits the ability to modify requirements when it comes to a mortgage. I definitely like how you voted yes and supporting the Department of Defense and other parts in sections of the federal government and different governments foreign and all to continue efforts to investigate recover and identify all United States personnel and soldiers that are unaccounted for from passwords and conflicts around the world. I thank you for your support of veterans and military family’s. I come from a long line of military lineage and my fiance is a veteran. We are expecting our second child and are proud to in your district due to the strong growing economy and strong sense of small business and community.