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2014 Candidates

U.S. House and Senate Candidate Questionnaire

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2008 Candidates Endorsed By Eagle Forum PAC 
Updated 11-03-08 
*Note: Eagle Forum PAC does not endorse in every race.


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ALABAMA 
U.S. House of Representatives: 
District 5:  Wayne Parker 

ARIZONA 
VOTE YES on Proposition 102, to protect the traditional definition of marriage. Yes 56%, No 44%
U.S. House of Representatives: 
District 1:  Sydney Hay 
District 2:  Trent Franks 
District 5:  David Schweikert 
District 8:  Tim Bee
CALIFORNIA 
VOTE YES on Proposition 4, to require parental notification of abortions performed on underage girls. Yes 47%, No 53%

VOTE YES on Proposition 8, to restore the traditional definition of marriage. Yes 52.5%, No 47.5%

U.S. House of Representatives: 
District 4:  Tom McClintock 
District 52:  Duncan D. Hunter




COLORADO 
U.S. Senate: 
   Bob Schaffer 

U.S. House of Representatives: 
District 4 :  Marilyn Musgrave 
District 5 :  Doug Lamborn 


FLORIDA 
VOTE YES on Amendment 2, the Marriage Protection Amendment. Yes 62%, No 38%
U.S. House of Representatives: 
District 24 :  Tom Feeney 



GEORGIA 
U.S. House of Representatives: 
District 13:  Dr. Deborah Honeycutt 

IDAHO 
U.S. House of Representatives: 
District 1 :  Bill Sali 

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

ILLINOIS 
U.S. House of Representatives: 
District 6:  Peter Roskam 
District 11:  Marty Ozinga 
District 14:  Jim Oberweis 

Illinois State Candidates endorsed


INDIANA 
U.S. House of Representatives: 
District 5:  Dan Burton 

KANSAS 
VOTE YES on Ballot Issue No. 1 (Johnson County only), which calls for direct election of judges instead of the current system of secret selection by a judicial nominating commission. Yes 41%, No 59%






KENTUCKY 
U.S. House of Representatives: 
District 3:  Anne Northup 

LOUISIANA 
U.S. House of Representatives    
District 4:  Dr. John Fleming 

MARYLAND 
U.S. House of Representatives    
District 1:  Andy Harris 

MICHIGAN 
U.S. House of Representatives: 
District 7:  Tim Walberg 
District 11:  Thaddeus McCotter 

MINNESOTA 
U.S. House of Representatives: 
District 6:  Michele Bachmann
MISSOURI 
VOTE YES on Constitutional Amendment 1 which provides that English shall be the language of all governmental meetings at which any public business is discussed or decided. Yes 86%, No 14%

VOTE NO on Proposition A, the deceptive "schools first initiative." Prop A would greatly expand casino gambling by repealing the law that protects Missouri gamblers from losing more than $500 every 2 hours. Yes 56%, No 44%

VOTE NO on Question 1 (Greene County only), which would take away the election of judges. If Question 1 passes, judges in Greene County would be selected by a commission of lawyers. Yes 52%, No 48%

U.S. House of Representatives: 
District 2:  Todd Akin 
District 6:  Sam Graves 
District 7:  Roy Blunt 
District 9:  Blaine Luetkemeyer 

Missouri State Candidates endorsed





NEVADA 
State Senate: 
Rural Nevada District:  Janine Hansen


NEW HAMPSHIRE 
U.S. Senate: 
 John Sununu
NEW JERSEY 
U.S. House of Representatives: 
District 5:  Scott Garrett
NEW MEXICO 
U.S. Senate: 
 Steve Pearce
NORTH CAROLINA 
U.S. Senate: 
 Elizabeth Dole


U.S. House of Representatives: 
District 3:   Walter Jones 
District 5:   Virginia Foxx 
District 9:   Sue Myrick 
District 10:   Patrick McHenry 


OHIO 
U.S. House of Representatives: 
District 1:  Steve Chabot 
District 2:  Jean Schmidt 
District 3:  Michael Turner 
District 7:  Steve Austria 

OKLAHOMA 
U.S. Senate: 
 Sen. Jim Inhofe
PENNSYLVANIA 
U.S. House of Representatives: 
District 4:  Melissa Hart 
District 11:  Lou Barletta
SOUTH DAKOTA 
U.S. Senate: 
 Joel Dykstra
TENNESSEE 
U.S. House of Representatives: 
District 2:  John J. "Jimmy" Duncan Jr. 
District 7:  Marsha Blackburn
TEXAS 
U.S. House of Representatives: 
District 4:  Ralph Hall 
District 22:  Pete Olson


State Senate: 
District 17:  Austen Furse


VIRGINIA 
U.S. House of Representatives: 
District 5:  Virgil Goode 
District 7:  Eric Cantor 
District 11:  Keith Fimian 

WISCONSIN 
U.S. House of Representatives: 
District 5:  James Sensenbrenner
*Note: Eagle Forum PAC does not endorse in every race.
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