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*1. VA Democratic Party $84,664

Revision as of 12:51, 21 April 2010

Chuck Caputo
Virginia House of Delegates District 67
Former member
Assumed office
2006
Current term ends
January 13, 2010
Political party Democratic
Profession Legislator
Website Delegate Chuck Caputo
Chuck Caputo was a Democratic member of the Virginia House of Delegates, representing District 67 from 2006 to 2010.

He lost his bid for re-election in the November 3, 2009 general election, defeated by Republican James LeMunyon.[1]

Caputo has worked for the Defense Intelligence Systems Agency and Federal Aviation Administration. He was on the Fairfax County School Board from 1980-1985, serving as Vice-Chairman from 1984-1985.[2]


Delegate Caputo discussing his projects

Issue positions

On his official website Caputo has three main issues listed - jobs & economy, education, and transportation.[3]

  • Jobs & Economy - "In this challenging economy, it’s vitally important that we continue to attract businesses large and small, support good corporate neighbors, and give them the tools they need to succeed and keep Virginians employed."
  • Education - "Better teachers make better schools," "Virginia students deserve great opportunities here at home," "Public education is the best investment we can make," and "A quality Virginia education shouldn’t break the bank."
  • Transportation - "Virginia drivers need new, sensible solutions," "Less time commuting means more time with our families," "Less traffic means less impact on the environment," "Eyes on the road keep everyone safer"

Committee assignments

  • HB 2296 Income tax, corporate; extends sunset date of major business facility job tax credit.
  • HB 2297 Underaged drinking; person charged with who summons assistance is eligible for deferred disposition.
  • HB 2301 Absentee voting; qualified voters may vote absentee for any reason, special provisions for military. [4]

Major donors

The top 5 donors to Caputo's 2007 campaign:[5]

  • 1. VA Democratic Party $84,664
  • 2. Combined Properties Inc $42,250
  • 3. House Democratic Caucus $23,421
  • 4. One Virginia $12,500
  • 5. VA Assoc of Realtors $10,903

External links

References


Political offices
Preceded by
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Virginia House of Delegates District 67
2006-2010
Succeeded by
James LeMunyon