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2014 Candidates

U.S. House and Senate Candidate Questionnaire

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2006 Candidates Endorsed By Eagle Forum PAC 
Updated 11-08-06 
*Note: Eagle Forum PAC does not endorse in every race.

Highlight indicates winner or measure passed


ARIZONA 
VOTE YES on Proposition 107, a constitutional amendment to protect marriage. Yes 49%, No 51%
U.S. House of Representatives: 
District 2:  Trent Franks 
District 8:  Randy Graf
COLORADO 
VOTE YES on Amendment 43, the Colorado Marriage Amendment. Yes 56%, No 44%
VOTE NO on Referendum I, which would extend the benefits of marriage to same-sex couples. Yes 47%, No 53%
U.S. House of Representatives: 
District 4 :  Marilyn Musgrave 
District 5 :  Doug Lamborn

State Board of Education: 
District 4 :  Bob Schaffer 


GEORGIA 
U.S. House of Representatives: 
District 8:  Mac Collins
VOTE YES on Constitutional Amendment (HJR 2), on the definition of marriage. Yes 63%, No 37%
IDAHO 



ILLINOIS 
U.S. House of Representatives: 
District 6:  Peter Roskam 
District 8:  David McSweeney

State Candidates endorsed


INDIANA 
U.S. House of Representatives: 
District 8:  John Hostettler (does not accept PAC funds) 
Hostettler fires up faithful
IOWA 
U.S. House of Representatives: 
District 5:  Steve King
MICHIGAN 
Governor: 
Dick DeVos

U.S. House of Representatives    
District 7:  Tim Walberg 


MINNESOTA 
U.S. House of Representatives: 
District 6:  Michele Bachmann
MISSOURI 
VOTE NO on Amendment 2, the Stem Cell/Cloning initiative. Yes 51%, No 49%
VOTE NO on Amendment 3, the unfair tobacco tax Yes 48%, No 52%
U.S. House of Representatives: 
District 2:  Todd Akin 
District 7:  Roy Blunt




MONTANA 
U.S. Senate    
Sen. Conrad Burns 

NEW JERSEY 
U.S. House of Representatives: 
District 5:  Scott Garrett
VOTE YES on Measure 2, to limit Eminent Domain abuse. Yes 67%, No 33%
VOTE YES on Measure 3, the Shared Parenting Initiative. Yes 44%, No 56%
NORTH DAKOTA 






OHIO 
Governor:  Ken Blackwell
PENNSYLVANIA 
U.S. Senate: 
Rick Santorum
VOTE YES on Ballot Question 1, the South Carolina Marriage Amendment. Yes 78%, No 22%
SOUTH CAROLINA 



VOTE YES on Constitutional Amendment C (PDF file), to protect the traditional definition of marriage. Yes 52%, No 48%
VOTE YES on Referred Law 6, to reinstate the state law against abortion. Yes 44%, No 56%
SOUTH DAKOTA 






VOTE YES on Amendment 1, the Marriage Protection Amendment. Yes 81%, No 19%
TENNESSEE 
U.S. House of Representatives: 
District 1:  David Davis
VOTE YES on Constitutional Amendment 1, to protect the traditional definition of marriage. Yes 57%, No 43%
VIRGINIA 
U.S. Senate: 
Sen. George Allen



WASHINGTON 
Supreme Court 
Position 2: Stephen Johnson



VOTE YES on the Wisconsin Marriage Protection Amendment Yes 59%, No 41%
WISCONSIN 



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