Frederick R. Cullis

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Frederick R. Cullis
Candidate for
Delaware State Senate, District 7

Political party Republican
Profession Business owner
Website Campaign website
Frederick R. Cullis was a Republican candidate for District 7 of the Delaware State Senate. The primary election was on September 14, 2010, and the general election was on November 2, 2010.

Cullis is a business owner, running Cullis Associates since 1991. He previously worked for Johnson & Johnson. Cullis earned a B.S. in Commerce and Marketing from Rider College.[1]

Elections

See also: Delaware State Senate elections, 2010

Cullis was uncontested in the September 14 primary. He lost to incumbent Democrat Patricia Blevins in the November 2 general election.[2]

Delaware State Senate, District 7
2010 General election results
Candidates Votes Percent
Green check mark transparent.png Patricia Blevins (D) 7,877 61.0%
Frederick R. Cullins (R) 5,044 39.0%

Campaign themes

On his campaign website, Cullis lists five issues he is concerned about.[3] They are:

  • Energy
Excerpt: "Cap and Trade is bad for America because its need is questionable and unproven. It is a unilateral solution to a global problem."
  • Healthcare Reform
Excerpt: "The U.S. healthcare system needs to be repaired, not torn down and rebuilt. Healthcare decisions and conversations should remain between the patient and the doctor."
  • Federal Spending/Deficit
Excerpt: "Our government is printing the money it is spending. Monetizing the deficit this way could very easily lead to hyperinflation and loss of confidence in the U.S. in credit markets."
  • Immigration
Excerpt: "Due to the growing economic crisis affected by illegal immigration, it is essential to the Security and Economic recovery of the United States that we clearly define and enforce Immigration laws and policies."
  • Second Amendment
Excerpt: "As a gun owner, shooter, hunter and Life Member of the NRA, I support the constitutional right of law abiding citizens to own and bear arms. Existing gun laws need to be strictly enforced in programs like Richmond Virginia's Project Exile and our own Wilmington, Delaware program, FED-UP."

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