Please return by: September 30, 2018

Nevada Families Voter Guide Candidate Questionnaire 2018

State Wide Candidates

 

Name (please print)___________________________Office Seeking_____________District________

 

Party Affiliation___________________________________

 

Mailing Address___________________________City______________State_____Zip ___________

 

Home Phone__________________Cell/Work Phone_________________Fax__________________

 

E-mail___________________________________Website_________________________________

 

Note: Comments will not be included in the published Nevada Families Voter Guide due to format restrictions, but will be kept on file.

 

1) The 2017 Legislature passed SJR14 a Constitutional Amendment to eliminate the property tax cap and depreciation on existing properties. This will result in a massive property tax increase for homes and businesses in some cases tripling the current tax.   If SJR14 passes the Legislature in 2019 it will go on the ballot for a vote of the people. Do you oppose SJR14 the massive property tax increase?

Yes_____ No_____  Undecided_____ Comments:

 

2) The 2017 Legislature passed AJR14 a Constitutional Amendment which, if passed, would create a Constitutional Right to Emergency Medical Care and impose price controls on medical care and hospitals. Socialist price controls do not work. They will make medical care and hospitals less available. Federal and State law already require hospitals to provide emergency medical care regardless of the ability to pay. These laws have caused a crisis in California where “a large percentage of hospitals are losing money, hundreds of medical clinics have closed or gone bankrupt…while at least 84 hospitals have closed in the last dozen years, many due to overuse of emergency rooms and illegal aliens unpaid medical bills.” If AJR14 passes the Legislature in 2019 it will go on the ballot for a vote of the people. Do you oppose AJR14 which creates a Constitutional Right to Emergency Medical Care and places price controls on hospitals?

Yes_____ No_____  Undecided_____ Comments:

 

3) Do you support the unabridged individual Constitutional right of Citizens to Keep and Bear Arms including the right to own semi-automatic rifles?

Yes_____ No_____  Undecided_____ Comments:

 

4) Religious liberty is the first freedom safeguarded by the First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution.  It holds a preeminent location in the Ordinance of the Nevada Constitution where it states “That perfect toleration of religious sentiment shall be secured…” In addition, in Art.1 Section 4 the Nevada Constitution secures free exercise of religion and liberty of conscience.  Freedom of religion is under assault from those who seek to impose their ideas of “political correctness” to negate religious freedom. In elected office will you defend the right of religious liberty in your deliberations as a Representative of the People?

Yes_____ No_____  Undecided_____ Comments:

 

5) Nevada is becoming a Sanctuary State like California.  According to FAIR (Federation for American Immigration Reform) Sept. 2017 report, Illegal immigration is costing U.S. Taxpayers $115,894,597,664 Billion a year including costing Nevada taxpayers $1,572,680,987 Billion, that’s $4,978 per illegal alien per year.

Will you work to protect Nevada’s taxpayers from the excessive cost of illegal immigration and oppose any legislation which moves Nevada towards a Sanctuary State?

Yes_____ No_____  Undecided_____ Comments:

 

6) The 2017 Legislature voted to make it easier for illegal aliens to renew their “drivers’ authorization cards,” which are drivers licenses, from an annual renewal to a four year renewal just like legal citizens. There are no requirements to receive a driver authorization card in Nevada except to pass the driving test. Utah requires that aliens are here legally, that they sign for financial responsibility, and that they have a valid Tax ID number from the IRS. Do you support placing requirements like Utah’s in Nevada law before aliens receive drivers’ authorization cards?

Yes_____ No_____  Undecided_____ Comments:

7) Every Legislative Session since 2011 legislation has been introduced to allow people to register to vote on Election Day. This opens our elections to voter fraud. Do you oppose legislation to allow voter registration on Election Day?

Yes_____ No_____  Undecided_____ Comments:

 

8) Do you support laws to protect the right to life of innocent unborn babies, the elderly, and the handicapped?

Yes_____ No_____  Undecided_____ Comments:

 

9) During the 2017 Legislative Session, SB261 providing for assisted suicide passed the State Senate. Testimony was provided by doctors that insurance companies in California and Oregon are depriving patients of life-saving care and encouraging them to commit suicide in order to save the insurance companies money. 

Do you oppose assisted suicide legislation? 

Yes_____ No_____  Undecided_____ Comments:

 

10) Every Legislative Session since 2011 Planned Parenthood has lobbied to overturn the current state law which allows counties to control sex education curriculum and the grade levels when it is presented. In addition, the law prohibits outside groups like the abortion providers Planned Parenthood from having access to the classroom where they can recruit clients. Do you support Nevada’s current sex-education law which allows counties flexibility and prohibits outsiders from access to the classroom? 

Yes_____ No_____  Undecided_____ Comments:

 

11) Nevada ranks 49% among the states in education. Nevada unfortunately adopted the failing Common Core standards implemented in Nevada by federal money and mandates. Many states and communities are rejecting Common Core because of a backlash by parents, taxpayers, and many teachers. Do you support the repeal of the failing Common Core Education Standards and its invasive student/family tracking?

Yes_____ No_____  Undecided_____ Comments:

 

12) Do you support a parent’s right to choose government, charter, private, religious, or home schooling for their children including for their pre-school children?

Yes_____ No_____  Undecided_____ Comments:

 

13) The National Education Association (Resolution B-1) supports early childhood education programs in the public schools for children from birth through age eight,” including mandatory kindergarten and pre-kindergarten for all three and four-year-old children. Will you oppose any legislation/regulation/measure to provide mandatory kindergarten and government preschool for three and four year old children?          

Yes_____ No_____  Undecided_____ Comments:

 

14/ Do you support freedom of choice in health care, including the fundamental right to not be forced to receive vaccines or medications including fluoride?

Yes_____ No_____  Undecided_____ Comments:

 

What do you view as the proper role of government?

 

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Signature_____________________________________Date_______________________________

 

 

RETURN BY: September 30, 2018

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