Delegate seeks input

Published 11:07 pm Monday, January 7, 2013

From Staff Reports

Suffolk News-Herald

State Delegate Rick Morris (R-64th) is urging residents in his district, including those in northern Suffolk and Isle of Wight, to help determine his voting pattern in the upcoming 2013 Virginia General Assembly session by completing a survey.

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In a news release from his office, Morris stated that he “knows the value of the opinions of the people residing in his district and would like to make this an opportunity for their voices to be heard.”

A link to the survey can be found on his website,

“Your input is vital to the decision making of our legislators,” the release says.

Elected in 2011 to represent Virginia’s 64th district, Morris also serves on the Courts of Justice; Counties, Cities and Towns; and the Militia, Police and Public Safety committees.

Alongside his legislative duties, Morris is also an appointee to the Forensic Science Board, the Virginia Alcohol Safety Program and the Brown v. Board of Education Scholarship Committee.

“I am honored to represent the people of Virginia’s 64th District and look forward to hearing their opinions on these important issues we face in the upcoming 2013 session,” Morris stated in the release.

“I urge each and every one of these citizens to distribute and share this survey with family, friends, neighbors, and co-workers.”