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Kevin Lundberg

Kevin Lundberg's Issue Positions (Political Courage Test)

Full Name: Kevin Lundberg
Office: State Senate (CO) - District 15, Republican
First Elected: 01/15/2009
Last Elected: 11/02/2010
Next Election: 2014
On The Ballot: Running, Republican for State Senate - District 15
Primary June 24, 2014
Gender: Male
Family: Wife: Sandy; 3 Children: Scott, Laura, Christy
Birth Date: 07/29/1952
Birth Place: Denver, CO
Home City: Berthoud, CO
Religion: Baptist
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Kevin Lundberg refused to tell citizens where he stands on any of the issues addressed in the 2012 Political Courage Test, despite repeated requests from Vote Smart, national media, and prominent political leaders.

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Issue Positions

In response to the increasing unwillingness of candidates to answer issue questions, Project Vote Smart has researched Presidential and Congressional candidates' public records to determine candidates' likely responses on certain key issues. These issue positions, from the year 2012, are provided below as a courtesy to voters.

Pro-life Inferred Answer Abortion: Do you generally support pro-choice or pro-life legislation? View Citations

Vote Smart's Research

  • Kevin Lundberg. Project Vote Smart: 2008 Colorado State Legislative Political Courage Test. Checked SUPPORT for: "a) Abortions should always be illegal." Indicate which principles you support (if any) regarding abortion. Other or expanded principles: "a) Except (e)"
  • Kevin Lundberg. Issue Position: Character. 1 January 2012. "I have [¦] stood up to protect traditional marriage and the lives of the unborn, and daily fought the insidious growth and power of government over the everyday lives of citizens." (votesmart.org)
  • Eagle Forum. Project Vote Smart: Interest Group Endorsements. 04/18/2012. Eagle Forum endorsed Kevin Lundberg in the 2012 general election. (votesmart.org)
  • Kevin Lundberg. Project Vote Smart: 2008 Colorado State Legislative Political Courage Test. Did Not Check SUPPORT for: "b) Abortions should always be legal."
Unknown Position Unknown Answer Afghanistan: Do you support United States' combat operations in Afghanistan? View Citations

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  • Despite exhaustive research, Project Vote Smart was unable to find information about this candidate's position.
Unknown Position Unknown Answer Budget: In order to balance the budget, do you support reducing defense spending? View Citations

Vote Smart's Research

  • Kevin Lundberg. Policy Issues. 16 February 2012. "History shows the absolute necessity of always being prepared. With looming nuclear and terrorist threats from various places around the world, we must maintain a strong military and even stronger diplomacy." (www.kevinlundberg2012.com)
No Inferred Answer Budget: In order to balance the budget, do you support an income tax increase on any tax bracket? View Citations

Vote Smart's Research

  • Kevin Lundberg. Why Run. 16 February 2012. "Principles of good government translate into lower tax burdens." (www.kevinlundberg2012.com)
  • Kevin Lundberg. Tax Hikes Will Not Fix Budget Crisis. 19 January 2010. "Our deficit can be fixed by coupling the proper reforms with prioritized spending. Tax hikes are not the solution to Colorado's budget crisis." (www.kevinlundberg.com)
  • Kevin Lundberg. Issue Positions: Issues. 16 February 2012. "A vibrant economy should be encouraged through lower and simpler taxes." (votesmart.org)
  • Kevin Lundberg. Policy Issues. 16 February 2012. "What our economy really needs is less federal debt, fewer regulations, and a stable tax structure that allows businesses to make long range decisions. We need policies that encourage businesses to create stable, long-term, private sector jobs. More taxes, regulations and government-related jobs are not the answer, and they must be held to a minimum." (www.kevinlundberg2012.com)
  • Kevin Lundberg. Welcome. 16 February 2012. "Do not make government bigger, more expensive, and more intrusive [¦] Not growing government is my goal as your state senator [¦] For our state to thrive, businesses must have confidence to expand and grow. Taxes, fees, and regulations must shrink [¦] A vibrant economy should be encouraged through lower and simpler taxes." (www.kevinlundberg.com)
  • Kevin Lundberg. Why Run. 16 February 2012. "I would have supported the Cut, Cap and Balance Act of 2011." (www.kevinlundberg2012.com)
No Inferred Answer Economy: Do you support federal spending as a means of promoting economic growth? View Citations

Vote Smart's Research

  • Kevin Lundberg. Welcome. 16 February 2012. "Do not make government bigger, more expensive, and more intrusive [¦] Not growing government is my goal as your state senator [¦] For our state to thrive, businesses must have confidence to expand and grow. Taxes, fees, and regulations must shrink [¦] A vibrant economy should be encouraged through lower and simpler taxes. " (www.kevinlundberg.com)
  • Kevin Lundberg. Issue Position: Taxes, Spending, and Debt. 1 January 2012. "Even as we see on the horizon the elements that could translate into a strong economy, there is still the strangle hold of a bloated national debt and uncontrolled federal spending driving our debt ever higher. This trajectory will make us look like Greece, and even worse, with no one big enough to bail us out. We have to stop the spending and hold the line on taxes." (votesmart.org)
  • Kevin Lundberg. Issue Position: Private Sector Economic Recovery. 1 January 2012. "The current administration has tried to throw many life-preservers to our flailing economy. Unfortunately they have all read, 'I'm from the government and I'm here to help you.' What our economy really needs is less federal debt, fewer regulations, and a stable tax structure that allows businesses to make long range decisions. We need policies that encourage businesses to create stable, long-term, private sector jobs. More taxes, regulations and government-related jobs are not the answer, and they must be held to a minimum. Mandates and subsidies have to give way to consistent and predictable federal policies that enable the private sector to get back to the job of building America." (votesmart.org)
  • Kevin Lundberg. Policy Issues. 16 February 2012. "What our economy really needs is less federal debt, fewer regulations, and a stable tax structure that allows businesses to make long range decisions. We need policies that encourage businesses to create stable, long-term, private sector jobs. More taxes, regulations and government-related jobs are not the answer, and they must be held to a minimum." (www.kevinlundberg2012.com)
  • Kevin Lundberg. Why Run. 16 February 2012. "I would have supported the Cut, Cap and Balance Act of 2011." (www.kevinlundberg2012.com)
  • Kevin Lundberg. Issue Position: Private Sector Economic Recovery. 1 January 2012. "The current administration has tried to throw many life-preservers to our flailing economy. Unfortunately they have all read, "I'm from the government and I'm here to help you." What our economy really needs is less federal debt, fewer regulations, and a stable tax structure that allows businesses to make long range decisions. We need policies that encourage businesses to create stable, long-term, private sector jobs. More taxes, regulations and government-related jobs are not the answer, and they must be held to a minimum. Mandates and subsidies have to give way to consistent and predictable federal policies that enable the private sector to get back to the job of building America." (votesmart.org)
Unknown Position Unknown Answer Economy: Do you support providing tax incentives to businesses for the purpose of job creation? View Citations

Vote Smart's Research

  • Kevin Lundberg. Issue Positions: Issues. 16 February 2012. "A vibrant economy should be encouraged through lower and simpler taxes." (votesmart.org)
No Inferred Answer Education: Do you support requiring states to implement education reforms in order to be eligible for competitive federal grants? View Citations

Vote Smart's Research

  • Kevin Lundberg. TABOR: A Formula for Limited Government. 16 February 2012. "Simply increasing funding for schools does not result in a higher quality education for students. Studies have shown that student performance is not directly linked to government funding." (www.kevinlundberg.com)
  • Kevin Lundberg. Long Bill Debate. 11 April 2011. "We also need cost saving reforms in education. Policies that promote all educational options, both public and private, as well as policies that honor parents' fundamental authority and responsibility for their children's education. These structural changes will increase educational opportunities and yield significant savings for our state's budget." (www.kevinlundberg.com)
  • Kevin Lundberg. Policy Issues. 16 February 2012. "Congress was never empowered to administer or direct education. This is a local concern, clearly reserved for the states and the people. It makes no sense to send your tax dollars to Washington, spend half or more on bureaucracy, and then trickle them back to Colorado with chains attached." (www.kevinlundberg2012.com)
Yes Inferred Answer Energy: Do you support reducing restrictions on offshore energy production? View Citations

Vote Smart's Research

  • Kevin Lundberg. Policy Issues. 16 February 2012. "Our nation needs to get back into the business of producing our own energy. Renewables are great, when they make economic sense. Our policy needs to be "all of the above." With recent drilling technologies and new discoveries of oil and gas reserves, I am convinced we can launch an economic recovery of historical proportions if we will assert a national resolve to develop our energy resources." (www.kevinlundberg2012.com)
  • Kevin Lundberg. Why Run. 16 February 2012. "I would have supported Cory Gardner's bill providing timely processing of off-shore oil permits." (www.kevinlundberg2012.com)
  • Kevin Lundberg. Gas Prices. 16 June 2008. "If we have sufficient oil and gas energy supplies, we will have an economy that is robust enough to fully research and develop renewable energy resources for the future. But if we choke off those supplies, we will not have the economic capacity to develop renewable energy technologies for future generations." (www.kevinlundberg.com)
No Inferred Answer Environment: Do you support the federal regulation of greenhouse gas emissions? View Citations

Vote Smart's Research

  • Kevin Lundberg. Copenhagen Conference. 18 December 2009. "Economic calamity awaits us if energy is rationed to a fraction of today's consumption. An incredible cost will be paid with our dearly bought freedoms when all of these mandates are enforced by not only our own government but also by self-appointed international authorities. Reducing our "carbon footprint" through the strong arm of government will force everyone into a strict rationing program. Our standard of living will drop. By diverting our resources to this all-out effort to abandon our abundant and less expensive energy sources, we will jeopardize our way of life and threaten the very lives of those around the world who are currently living on the edge of survival. The mandates that global warming alarmists are demanding will drive prices much higher, run whole industries out of business and destroy millions of jobs. Promoting renewable energy and cleaner energy sources is a good thing, but only if it is a blessing to our people. Forcing us all to live on less, at a much greater expense, is not good public policy-it is the exact opposite. We should reject the plans laid out by the UN climate conference in Copenhagen." (www.kevinlundberg.com)
  • Kevin Lundberg. Policy Issues. 16 February 2012. "Aggressive energy development must preserve the quality of our environment. However, the current EPA system is a becoming a significant stumbling block to our personal freedoms, and to our economy, and it must be overhauled. There is a limited role for the federal government to coordinate matters that impact interstate concerns, but under our Federalist system of government most of the oversight of local environmental issues should be in the hands of the states." (www.kevinlundberg2012.com)
  • Kevin Lundberg. Press Release: US Senate Vote on EPA Regulations. 10 June 2010. "Regulating greenhouse gases under the 1970 Clean Air Act has already proven to be disastrous for the economy and freedom of this country." (www.kevinlundberg.com)
  • Kevin Lundberg. Suspending Emissions Testing. 16 February 2012. "The recently imposed emission tests are not needed. They cost our citizens far too much time, trouble, and money. That is why we support suspending the tests." (www.kevinlundberg.com)
No Inferred Answer Guns: Do you support restrictions on the purchase and possession of guns? View Citations

Vote Smart's Research

  • National Rifle Association. Project Vote Smart: Interest Group Endorsements. 04/18/2012. National Rifle Association endorsed Kevin Lundberg in the 2010 general election. (votesmart.org)
  • Kevin Lundberg. Policy Issues. 16 February 2012. "As individual citizens we must vigilantly preserve our Second Amendment right to defend ourselves and our families." (www.kevinlundberg2012.com)
  • Kevin Lundberg. Aurora Shooting. 19 July 2012. "Today's shooting in Aurora is a stark reminder of how broken our world is. Our hearts and prayers go out to the individuals and families who have been forever changed by this cruel act. Government will never change the fallen nature of mankind, but government must respond to this senseless act which has deprived so many of our fellow Coloradans of their right to life. I pray we will have compassion for those hurt so grievously, deliver justice fairly and swiftly to the killer, and not let the despicable actions of one madman strip another layer of liberty away from us all." (votesmart.org)
  • Kevin Lundberg. Project Vote Smart: Colorado State Legislative Election 2008 Political Courage Test. Selected NO for: "e) Do you support current state restrictions on the purchase and possession of guns?"
Yes Inferred Answer Health Care: Do you support repealing the 2010 Affordable Care Act? View Citations

Vote Smart's Research

  • Kevin Lundberg. Long Bill Debate. 11 April 2011. "We need competitive, free market systems in medicine that put the decisions and the responsibilities directly into the hands of individuals and their doctor. In medicine, far too often there are no serious competitive dynamics to drive costs down to where the average citizen can afford to go to the doctor. Free market medicine means state and Federal mandates go away. Citizens should be allowed to buy insurance from any state in the Union [¦] Our medical systems should not be hung up with rigid laws and regulations that drive up costs and sometimes hold back the best and latest discoveries for good health. (www.kevinlundberg.com)
  • Kevin Lundberg. Policy Issues. 16 February 2012. "More subsidies and mandates, including the unconstitutional mandate to buy the federal government's brand of medical insurance, with its limited availability of treatment, will not fix the problem. Allowing true free-market principles back into medicine will help put us on a path back to health-care sanity and help to break up the monopolies currently in place." (www.kevinlundberg2012.com)
  • Kevin Lundberg. Why Run. 16 February 2012. "I would have supported repealing the Federal Health Care Bill." (www.kevinlundberg2012.com)
  • Kevin Lundberg. Statement on Supreme Court Health Care Ruling. 6 July 2012. "Today's ruling by the Supreme Court has effectively granted Congress a blank check. At this moment in history when Congress has already saddled our children and grandchildren with unprecedented levels of debt, and continues to follow a path of unsustainable spending, this ruling makes it critical that we change direction in Washington. The U.S. Constitution was drafted in such a way as to place restraint upon federal powers, not vest Congress with unlimited powers." (votesmart.org)
Yes Inferred Answer Immigration: Do you support requiring illegal immigrants to return to their country of origin before they are eligible for citizenship? View Citations

Vote Smart's Research

  • Kevin Lundberg. Policy Issues. 16 February 2012. "At both the state and federal level we must find solutions that will put us back on the healthy track of legal, manageable immigration. If the border is tightened up, the private sector does not hire illegals, and internal social policies are not allowed to be an attraction for illegal immigration, we will begin to find solutions to this progressively severe problem." (lundberg2012.com)
  • Kevin Lundberg. Policy Issues. 16 February 2012. "At both the state and federal level we must find solutions that will put us back on the healthy track of legal, manageable immigration. If the border is tightened up, the private sector does not hire illegals, and internal social policies are not allowed to be an attraction for illegal immigration, we will begin to find solutions to this progressively severe problem." (www.kevinlundberg2012.com)
  • Kevin Lundberg. Greeley Tribune uncritically reported Rep. Lundberg's criticism of federal immigration reform as "amnesty." 22 May 2007. "He said the federal compromise bill is not the right solution because it offers amnesty. 'The biggest concern I have is the message it sends to the tens of millions of people in other countries who would like to come in and sidestep the legal process we do have today,' he said. 'This sends a message, a very clear message, of 'Come on in, we'll make it good somehow.' And we can't sustain that.'" (mediamatters.org)
No Inferred Answer Marriage: Do you support same-sex marriage? View Citations

Vote Smart's Research

  • Kevin Lundberg. Marriage and Civil Unions. 16 February 2012. "Civil government cannot make or enforce enough laws to replicate the role of the family. I have seen first-hand that the legislature will never be able to mandate a responsible citizenry. In stark contrast, a solid family is the first, best step toward building and maintaining that responsibility at all levels. In the arena of public policy the very best that can be done is to always encourage and promote the health of the traditional family." (www.kevinlundberg.com)
  • Kevin Lundberg. Marriage and Civil Unions. 16 February 2012. "Creating civil unions, or even redefining marriage itself undercuts civilization's most effective means of promoting peace, harmony and prosperity. Attempts to change the one man, one woman traditional marriage to any combination of any gender is not accepting a broader, fuller meaning of marriage; it is to miss the very point of marriage and attempt to supplant it with a very different paradigm. Ultimately we would not really redefine marriage, we would simply put our laws in contradiction to the realities of human experience." (www.kevinlundberg.com)
  • Eagle Forum. Project Vote Smart: Interest Group Endorsements. 04/18/2012. Eagle Forum endorsed Kevin Lundberg in the 2012 general election. (votesmart.org)
  • Kevin Lundberg. Issue Position: Character. 1 January 2012. "I have [¦] stood up to protect traditional marriage and the lives of the unborn, and daily fought the insidious growth and power of government over the everyday lives of citizens." (votesmart.org)
Unknown Position Unknown Answer National Security: Do you support targeting suspected terrorists outside of official theaters of conflict? View Citations

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  • Despite exhaustive research, Project Vote Smart was unable to find information about this candidate's position.
Unknown Position Unknown Answer Social Security: Do you support allowing individuals to divert a portion of their Social Security taxes into personal retirement accounts? View Citations

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  • Despite exhaustive research, Project Vote Smart was unable to find information about this candidate's position.

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Colorado State Legislative Election 2008 Political Courage Test

This candidate has responded to a Political Courage Test in a previous election. As a continued effort to provide the American public with factual information on candidates running for public office, these archived responses are made available here.

The Political Courage Test asks candidates which items they will support if elected. It does not ask them to indicate which items they will oppose. Through extensive research of public polling data, we discovered that voters are more concerned with what candidates would support when elected to office, not what they oppose. If a candidate does not select a response to any part or all of any question, it does not necessarily indicate that the candidate is opposed to that particular item.
Indicate which principles you support (if any) regarding abortion.
Xa) Abortions should always be illegal.
b) Abortions should always be legal.
c) Abortions should be legal only within the first trimester of pregnancy.
d) Abortions should be legal when the pregnancy resulted from incest or rape.
Xe) Abortions should be legal when the life of the woman is endangered.
f) Abortions should be subject to a mandatory waiting period.
Xg) Require clinics to give parental notification before performing abortions on minors.
h) Other or expanded principles

a) Except (e)

State Budget: Indicate what state funding levels (#1-6) you support for the following general categories. Select one level per category, you can use a number more than once.
Maintain Statusa) Education (Higher)
Maintain Statusb) Education (K-12)
Maintain Statusc) Emergency preparedness
Slightly Decreased) Environment
Slightly Decreasee) Health care
Maintain Statusf) Law enforcement
Greatly Increaseg) Transportation and highway infrastructure
Greatly Decreaseh) Welfare
i) Other or expanded categories
State Taxes: Indicate what state tax levels (#1-6) you support for the following general categories. Select one level per category, you can use a number more than once.
Maintain Statusa) Alcohol taxes
Maintain Statusb) Cigarette taxes
Slightly Decreasec) Corporate taxes
Maintain Statusd) Gasoline taxes
Slightly Decreasee) Income taxes (incomes below $75,000)
Slightly Decreasef) Income taxes (incomes above $75,000)
Maintain Statusg) Sales taxes
Maintain Statush) Vehicle taxes
Greatly Decreasei) Other or expanded categories

All property taxes

No1) Should state sales taxes be extended to Internet sales?
Yes2) Should accounts such as a "rainy day" fund be used to balance the state budget?
No3) Should fee increases be used to balance the state budget?
4) Other or expanded principles

2) When it "rains"

TABOR should be honored, not ignored.

Indicate which principles you support (if any) regarding campaign finance and government reform.
Undecideda) Do you support the current limit of terms for Colorado governors?
Undecidedb) Do you support the current limit of terms for Colorado state senators and representatives?
c) Do you support limiting the following types of contributions to state legislative candidates?
No1) Individual
No2) PAC
No3) Corporate
No4) Political Parties
Yesd) Do you support requiring full and timely disclosure of campaign finance information?
Noe) Do you support imposing spending limits on state-level political campaigns?
Nof) Should Colorado participate in the federal REAL ID program?
g) Other or expanded principles

Limiting contributions to candidates does not stop the money, is simply moves it into the control of special interests.

Indicate which principles you support (if any) regarding crime.
a) Increase state funds for construction of state prisons and hiring of additional prison staff.
Xb) Support the death penalty in Colorado.
c) Support programs to provide prison inmates with vocational and job-related skills and job-placement assistance when released.
Xd) Implement penalties other than incarceration for certain non-violent offenders.
e) Minors accused of a violent crime should be prosecuted as adults.
Xf) Support state and local law enforcement officials enforcing federal immigration laws.
g) Support hate crime legislation.
h) Other or expanded principles
Indicate which principles you support (if any) regarding education.
a) Support state funding of universal pre-K programs.
b) Support federal education standards and testing requirements for K-12 students (No Child Left Behind).
Xc) Support state education standards and testing requirements for K-12 students.
Xd) Support requiring public schools to administer high school exit exams.
Xe) Allow parents to use vouchers to send their children to any public school.
Xf) Allow parents to use vouchers to send their children to any private or religious school.
g) Provide state funding to increase teacher salaries.
Xh) Support using a merit pay system for teachers.
i) Provide state funding for tax incentives and financial aid to help make college more affordable.
j) Support allowing illegal immigrant high school graduates of Colorado to pay in-state tuition at public universities.
k) Other or expanded principles

Better than vouchers, educational tax credits would make a huge difference.

Indicate which principles you support (if any) regarding employment.
a) Increase funding for state job-training programs that re-train displaced workers and teach skills needed in today's job market.
Xb) Reduce state government regulations on the private sector.
c) Provide low interest loans and tax credits for starting, expanding, or relocating businesses.
d) Provide tax credits for businesses that provide child care for children in low-income working families.
e) Increase state funds to provide child care for children in low-income working families.
f) Increase the state minimum wage.
g) Support laws that prevent employers from dismissing employees at will.
Xh) Support financial punishments for those who knowingly employ illegal immigrants.
Xi) Support increased work requirements for able-bodied welfare recipients.
j) Increase funding for employment and job training programs for welfare recipients.
Xk) Prohibit union membership and dues being a condition of employment (right-to-work laws).
l) Other or expanded principles
Indicate which principles you support (if any) regarding the environment and energy.
a) Promote increased use of alternative fuel technology.
Xb) Support increased production of traditional domestic energy sources (e.g. coal, natural gas, oil, etc).
c) Support providing financial incentives to farms that produce biofuel crops.
d) Use state funds to clean up former industrial and commercial sites that are contaminated, unused, or abandoned.
e) Support funding for improvements to Colorado's power generating and transmission facilities.
f) Support funding for open space preservation.
g) Limit carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases linked to global warming.
h) Enact environmental regulations even if they are stricter than federal law.
i) Other or expanded principles

CO2 is not the problem - lack of energy development is. Colorado should be a leader in all types of energy production.

Indicate which principles you support (if any) regarding guns.
Noa) Should background checks be required on gun sales between private citizens at gun shows?
Yesb) Should citizens be allowed to carry concealed guns?
Noc) Should a license be required for gun possession?
Nod) Do you support current levels of enforcement of existing state restrictions on the purchase and possession of guns?
Noe) Do you support current state restrictions on the purchase and possession of guns?
f) Other or expanded principles
Indicate which principles you support (if any) regarding health.
a) Ensure that citizens have access to basic health care through managed care, insurance reforms, or state-funded care where necessary.
Xb) Guaranteed medical care to all citizens is not a responsibility of state government.
Xc) Limit the amount of damages that can be awarded in medical malpractice lawsuits.
d) Allow patients to sue their HMOs.
e) Require hospitals and labs to release reports on infections that are a risk to public health, while not compromising patient confidentiality.
f) Legalize physician assisted suicide in Colorado.
g) Support allowing doctors to prescribe marijuana to their patients for medicinal purposes.
h) Other or expanded principles

Medicine is under too much government control. If we really tried to use the free market, many of the current cost and supply issues would no longer be a big problem.

Indicate which principles you support (if any) regarding social issues.
Noa) Should Colorado recognize civil unions between same-sex couples?
Nob) Should same-sex couples be allowed to marry?
Noc) Should Colorado provide state-level spousal rights to same-sex couples?
Yesd) Do you support a moment of silence in public schools?
Undecidede) Do you support voluntary prayer in public schools?
Nof) Do you support sexual education programs that include information on abstinence, contraceptives, and HIV/STD prevention methods?
Yesg) Do you support abstinence-only sexual education programs?
Noh) Should the state government consider race and gender in state government contracting and hiring decisions?
Noi) Do you support affirmative action in public college admissions?
Noj) Should Colorado continue affirmative action programs?
k) Do you support state funding of stem cell research?
Nol) Do you support state funding of embryonic stem cell research?
Yesm) Do you support allowing pharmacists who conscientiously object to emergency contraception to refuse to dispense it?
n) Other or expanded principles

I support non-embryonic stem cell research.

Legislative Priorities
Please explain in a total of 100 words or less, your top two or three priorities if elected. If they require additional funding for implementation, please explain how you would obtain this funding.

I have and will continue to support life, liberty, and the God-given right of all citizens to pursue their hopes and aspirations without freedom-sapping, exsessive government taxes and regulations.

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