David Haley

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David Haley
Member of the Kansas Senate
from the 4th district
Incumbent
Assumed office
2001
Personal details
Born (1958-10-29) October 29, 1958 (age 55)[1]
Kansas City, Kansas
Political party Democratic
Residence Kansas City, Kansas
Alma mater Morehouse College, Howard University
Religion Methodist

David Haley is a Democratic member of the Kansas Senate, representing the 4th District since 2001. From 1995 to 2001, he was a Kansas Representative.

Issue positions[edit]

Where David Haley stands on some of the issues (according to his website):[2]

  • Fiscally conservative
  • Stronger penalties for animal cruelty
  • Campaign finance reform

See also: Sen. Haley on the issues from Project Vote Smart

Committee assignments[edit]

In addition to being a member of the Kansas Sentencing Commission, Haley serves on these legislative committees:[3]

  • Judiciary
  • Public Health and Welfare
  • Joint Committee on Children's Issues
  • Joint Committee on Corrections and Juvenile Justice Oversight
  • Joint Committee on Health Policy Oversight
  • Joint Committee on State-Tribal Relations

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Haleys most recent proposed legislation includes:

  • Two bills relating to crime and punishment[4]
  • A bill requiring a paper trail for electronic voting[5]
  • A bill to abolish the death penalty[6]
  • A bill proposing the President be elected by popular vote[7]

Major donors[edit]

The top contributors to Haley's 2008 campaign, according to the National Institute on Money in State Politics:[8]

Senate Democratic Committee of Kansas, Kansas Trial Lawyers Association, Kansans for Lifesaving Cures, Pipefitters Local Union 533, Deffenbaugh Industries, Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee of Kansas, Kansas Contractors Association, Carpenters District Council of Kansas City

His largest donor groups were from energy/natural resources companies and political parties.

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