Candidates Questionnaire June 14, 2016 By evACTion1 Please fill out and click send to submit Candidate's Name (required) Office Running For (required) 1) What does being pro-life mean to you? What, if any, significant pro-life experiences have you had that might help in qualifying you as a pro-life candidate, such as sponsoring or co-sponsoring a pro-life bill, a pro-life voting record and/or supporting a pro-life organization? Please provide details. 2) How will you effectively ensure voters that your pro-life positions will be a part of your political campaign speeches/addresses during the 2016 election cycle and continue throughout your political career, even though the particular offices you are seeking/elected to will not necessarily require a pro-life stand or vote? Please explain. 3) Are you willing to participate in pro-life conferences, rallies or other public venues without compensation or identification on marketing or campaign materials? Why or why not? 4) If given the opportunity, would you be willing to spearhead or co-sponsor a bill that would make abortion illegal (by overturning Roe v. Wade)? Why or why not? 5) Would you be willing to sponsor or co-sponsor a bill and/or vote to prevent all taxpayer dollars from going to any and all abortion providers, (i.e., Planned Parenthood) ? Why or why not? 6) Is the deliberate killing of a preborn child in its mother’s womb ever acceptable to you? If so, under what circumstances? 7) Do you believe the “climate change” movement is a deliberate effort to control human population? Why or why not? 8) Do you believe abortion should be classified as “women’s healthcare”? Why or why not? 9) In your opinion, is the over-the-counter purchase accessibility of the RU-486 drug a convenient, inexpensive and effective way for our teens to terminate an unwanted pregnancy? Why or why not? 10) It’s been almost 50 years since the Supreme Court handed down Roe v. Wade. We seem no closer to overturning this decision now than we were then because of judicial activism: a) How would you propose addressing the problem? b) Would you be willing to vote to curb the jurisdiction of the courts over abortion? Why or why not? 11) Is Euthanasia or Physician-assisted Suicide ever a good decision in prematurely ending a person’s life? Why or why not? If so, under what conditions would this action be acceptable to you?