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Revision as of 14:26, 13 January 2010

David Nutter
Virginia House of Delegates District 7
Assumed office
Current term ends
January 2012
Political party Republican
Profession Economic Development Coordinator
Website David Nutter

David Nutter is a Republican member of the Virginia House of Delegates, representing District 7 since 2002.

He won re-election in 2009, defeating Democrat Peggy Frank in the general election.

Prior to his election to the House, Nutter served as Chair for the Montgomery County Bush for President Campaign (1999-2000) and as press secretary for Congressman Connie Mack (1982-1985).

He has also worked for the United States Department of Agriculture Agricultural Marketing Service, and the United States Department of Health and Human Services.[1]

Delegate Nutter re-election commercial

Issue positions

Nutter's official website lists his positions on a number of issues. These include strongly supporting career and technical education programs, increasing worker training, adding new funding and more rigor to Career and Technical Education programs, limiting the power of government to take private property for public purposes, and reducing waste by ending failed government programs and finding ways to make government more efficient.[2]

Committee membership

  • HB 2142 Statewide Healthcare Workforce Authority; created, report.
  • HB 2144 Concealed handgun permit applications; access to personal information.
  • HB 2149 Higher Education, Council of; task force to plan to expand teacher preparation.
  • HB 2368 Income tax, state and Retail Sales and Use Tax; credit, etc. for certain telecommunication provider.[3]

Major donors

The top 5 donors to Nutter's 2007 campaign:[4]

  • 1. Griffith, Friends of Morgan $15,000
  • 2. Howell for Delegate $9,600
  • 3. VA Medical Society $4,506
  • 4. Davis, Sandra Cupp $4,200
  • 5. VA Dental Assoc $4,000

External links