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Press Release

    2009-2010 Legislative Candidate Survey Report

    04/16/2008
    On behalf FreedomWorks North Carolina, our 2009-1010 candidate survey was sent to all candidates for the North Carolina state legislature. This report represents those surveys returned by April 16th, 2008. [Download the report pdf.]
     
    Questions:

    1. During the 2009-2010 legislative session, I pledge that in order to keep the burden of taxation in North Carolina no higher than its present level plus inflation, I will support a Taxpayer Bill of Rights.

    2. During the 2009-2010 legislative session, I pledge to support a constitutional amendment on eminent domain in order to protect private property rights in North Carolina.

    3. During the 2009-2010 legislative session, I pledge to support legislation to repeal the 1959 Forced Annexation Act.

    4. During the 2009-2010 legislative session, I pledge to vote against legislation banning smoking on private property.

    5. During the 2009-2010 legislative session, I pledge to support tort reform legislation that will end lawsuit abuse and return our legal system to people with real grievances.

    6. During the 2009-2010 legislative session, I pledge to vote to remove the cap on North Carolina’s charter schools.

     
    Only "yes" and "no" answers are reflected. When a candidate sent an additional response, an asterisk appears. For additional information please contact:

    Allen Page
    State Director
    FreedomWorks North Carolina
    336-213-1167

    Kathy Hartkopf
    Legislative Liaison
    FreedomWorks North Carolina
    919-599-0273

    Early voting in North Carolina starts tomorrow, April 17th. It will end on Saturday, May 3rd. Please contact your local board of elections to find out where you can vote early!