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U.S. House and Senate Candidate Questionnaire

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2004 Candidates Endorsed By Eagle Forum PAC 
Endorsements as of October 27, 2004 
*Note: Eagle Forum PAC does not endorse in every race.

Highlight indicates winner or measure passed


ARIZONA 
U.S. House of Representatives: 
District 1:  Rick Renzi

District 2:  Trent Franks


ARKANSAS 
VOTE YES on Amendment 3, the Arkansas Marriage Amendment


CALIFORNIA 
U.S. House of Representatives: 
District 47:  Alexandria Coronado


COLORADO 
U. S. Senate:  Pete Coors

U.S. House of Representatives: 
District 3:  Greg Walcher

District 4:  Marilyn Musgrave

District 5:  Joel Hefley

District 6:  Tom Tancredo

District 7:  Bob Beauprez


FLORIDA 
U. S. Senate:  Mel Martinez

U.S. House of Representatives: 
District 1:  Jeff Miller

District 2:  Bev Kilmer

District 4:  Ander Crenshaw

District 5:  Ginny Brown-Waite

District 6:  Cliff Stearns

District 7:  John Mica

District 8:  Ric Keller

District 9:  Michael Bilirakis

District 12:  Adam Putnam

District 13:  Katherine Harris

District 15:  Dave Weldon

District 24:  Tom Feeney


GEORGIA 
VOTE YES on Amendment 1, the Georgia Marriage Amendment

U.S. House of Representatives: 
District 12:  Max Burns


ILLINOIS  
Illinois Supreme Court (5th District):  Lloyd Karmeier

U. S. Senate:  Alan Keyes

U.S. House of Representatives: 
District 8:  Phil Crane


INDIANA  
U.S. House of Representatives: 
District 6:  Mike Pence

District 8:  John Hostettler


IOWA  
U.S. House of Representatives: 
District 5:  Steve King


KANSAS 
U.S. House of Representatives: 
District 3:  Kris Kobach


KENTUCKY 
VOTE YES on Constitutional Amendment No. 1, the Kentucky Marriage Amendment

U.S. House of Representatives: 
District 4:  Geoff Davis


LOUISIANA 
U.S. Senate:  David Vitter

U.S. House of Representatives: 
District 5:  Rodney Alexander


MARYLAND  
U.S. House of Representatives: 
District 6:  Roscoe Bartlett


MICHIGAN  
VOTE YES on Proposal 2, the Michigan Marriage Amendment


MINNESOTA 
U.S. House of Representatives: 
District 6:  Mark Kennedy


MISSISSIPPI 
VOTE YES on Amendment 1, the Mississippi Marriage Amendment


MISSOURI 
Governor:  Matt Blunt

Lt. Governor:  Peter Kinder

Secretary of State:  Catherine Hanaway

U. S. Senate:  Kit Bond

U.S. House of Representatives: 
District 1:  Leslie Farr

District 2:  Todd Akin

District 3:  Bill Federer

District 4:  James Noland

District 6:  Sam Graves

District 7:  Roy Blunt

District 8:  Jo Ann Emerson

District 9:  Kenny Hulshof

Every Missouri voter must answer this question: 
"Shall Judge Richard B. Teitelman of the Missouri Supreme Court be retained in office?"
     Yes No


NEW JERSEY 
U.S. House of Representatives: 
District 5:  Scott Garrett


MONTANA 
VOTE YES on CI-96, the Montana Marriage Amendment/Constitutional Initiative


NORTH DAKOTA 
VOTE YES on Constitutional Measure No. 1, the North Dakota Marriage Amendment


OHIO 
VOTE YES on State Issue 1, the Ohio Marriage Protection Amendment


OKLAHOMA 
VOTE YES on State Question 711 to protect traditional marriage

U. S. Senate:  Tom Coburn

U.S. House of Representatives: 
District 1:  John Sullivan

District 3:  Frank Lucas

District 4:  Tom Cole

District 5:  Ernest Istook


OREGON 
VOTE YES on Measure 36, the Oregon Marriage Amendment


SOUTH CAROLINA 
U. S. Senate:  Jim DeMint

U.S. House of Representatives: 
District 1:  Henry Brown

District 2:  Joe Wilson

District 3:  Gresham Barrett

District 4:  Bob Inglis


SOUTH DAKOTA 
U. S. Senate:  John Thune

U.S. House of Representatives: 
Representative At-Large:  Larry Diedrich


TENNESSEE 
U.S. House of Representatives: 
District 4:  Janice Bowling

District 7:  Marsha Blackburn


TEXAS 
U.S. House of Representatives: 
District 1:  Louie Gohmert

District 17:  Arlene Wohlgemuth

District 19:  Randy Neugebauer

District 32:  Pete Sessions


UTAH 
VOTE YES on Amendment 3, the Utah Marriage Amendment

U.S. House of Representatives: 
District 2:  John Swallow


WASHINGTON 
Governor:  Dino Rossi

Lt. Governor:  Jim Wiest

Attorney General:  Rob McKenna

State Supreme Court Position 1:  Jim Johnson

State Supreme Court Position 6:  Richard Sanders

U. S. Senate:  George Nethercutt 

U.S. House of Representatives: 
District 4:  Doc Hastings

District 5:  Cathy McMorris

District 8:  Dave Reichert


*Note: Eagle Forum PAC does not endorse in every race.
*Note: Eagle Forum PAC does not endorse in every race.
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