Questionnaire for Congress

Questionnaire for Congress

Candidate Endorsement Questionnaire for Congress

Dear Candidate,

Congratulations on your decision to run for office.

For over 20 years, has conducted California election forums where we make specific candidate recommendations.

Last election cycle we had about 1 million voters following our endorsements, many in your district.

Besides conducting a dozen live Election Forums and several webinars giving endorsements, we will be posting our endorsements of candidates on our four websites, emailing and publicizing our recommendations to several hundred thousand California voters.

In addition, our recommendations are also broadcast on radio stations.

In your office we will either say:

  • Endorsed…Giving you a 1 to 5 star rating
  • Not endorsed
  • Refused to disclose position

I look forward to hearing from you and hopefully giving you our endorsement.

  1. What is your name and what office are you running for?
  2. What is the proper role of the federal government in the economy?
  3. What is your view on abortion?
  4. Should the federal government fund Planned Parenthood?
  5. How would you reduce the federal deficit?
  6. Do you support Obamacare? Should it be repealed or kept?
  7. Do Americans pay too much, too little or just the right amount on Federal Taxes? What would you do about it?
  8. What federal politician do you admire most and why?
  9. Should the minimum wage be raised?
  10. Should the federal government do anything to support the value of the dollar on the world market? Why or why not? Should we modify any of our free trade agreements? Why or why not? Should we seek more free trade agreements?
  11. Have you signed a “no new tax” pledge? Why or why not?
  12. Have you signed the Manhattan Declaration or the Families First pledge? Why or why not? You can view the Manhattan Declaration. You can view the Families First pledge.
  13. Do you believe in absolute truth? Why or why not?  If you believe in absolute truth, what is the source of absolute truth?  If you do not believe in absolute truth, how do you determine what is true?

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Craig Huey