Gary C. Byler
|Virginia House of Delegates, District 85|
|J.D.||University of Virginia|
Byler received an accounting degree from Georgetown University. He later received his J.D. from the University of Virginia Law School. Byler is a practicing attorney and founding partner of Byler & Sampson, P.C. He was a legislative aide for former Senator John Warner.
Byler's campaign website listed the following issues:
- Creating Jobs
"I oppose government ‘stimulus’ and make-work projects that only drive us deeper into debt and kill real job creation. I strongly support Virginia’s Right-to-Work laws and will vote to embed them in our state Constitution."
"On a state level, I am strongly committed to all efforts to repeal or overturn government takeover of healthcare. As Delegate, I will employ common sense solutions to promote market-based reforms and patient options that restrain costs, and protect the doctor-patient relationship."
"As Delegate, I will oppose tax increases. Families and businesses have to tighten their belts during difficult times, and government must do the same."
- Supporting Our Military
"Our area has one of the strongest concentrations of military in the nation, and has grown to become the backbone of our national defense. As Delegate, I will fight tirelessly to protect military infrastructure and ensure that America’s heroes receive the benefits they have earned."
- 2nd Amendment
"As Delegate, I will oppose legislation aimed at limiting the right of law abiding citizens to purchase and own firearms."
In 2013, Byler has been endorsed by the following:
Byler has four children and currently resides in Virginia Beach, Virginia.
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- Virginia State Board of Elections, "2013 Primary Candidates", Accessed April 8, 2013
- "A Fighter for Our Families," Byler for Delegate, Accessed May 9, 2013
- Virginia Board of Elections, "Unofficial Primary Results," Accessed June 13, 2013
- "Leaders Endorse Gary Byler," Byler for Delegate, Accessed May 9, 2013