North Carolina 2014 Federal Candidate

Dear Supporter,

Campaign for Liberty gave candidates for Federal office an opportunity to provide a straight answer to the following questions. The candidates’ answers can be seen below the list of questions. Because the vast majority of states do not include 3rd party candidates in the Primary process, Campaign for Liberty policy is to survey 3rd party candidates for General elections, except in Jungle Primary states.

Survey Questions

1. Will you cosponsor and support efforts for roll call votes on Ron Paul’s Audit the Fed bill, designed to bring transparency to the Federal Reserve (H.R. 24/S. 209 in the 113th Congress)?

2. Will you support legislation removing capital gains and sales taxes on gold and silver coinage?

3. Will you vote to oppose any legislation that allows the federal government to prohibit the sale, use, or carrying of firearms?

4. Will you support ending all foreign aid?

5. Will you oppose any debt limit increase?

6. Do you support and will you vote to protect states asserting their rights under the Tenth Amendment?

7. Will you oppose Big Labor’s Card Check bill and any other legislation designed to empower union bosses?

8. Will you cosponsor legislation such as the American Sovereignty Restoration Act (H.R. 75 in the 113th Congress) to withdraw the U.S. from the United Nations?

9. Will you support legislation to shut down the Transportation Security Administration and place airport security back into private hands?

10. Will you oppose using military action without a declaration of war?

11. Will you support and cast every vote for legislation that will repeal or defund ObamaCare?

12. Will you oppose any legislation that will force online businesses to collect sales taxes and increase costs on the American consumer, whether it is the so-called “Marketplace Fairness Act” or any other Internet sales tax scheme?

13. Will you support legislation that would prevent the indefinite detention of American citizens and would ensure full Fifth Amendment rights to due process?

14. Will you vote against any budget that increases our deficit?

15. Will you oppose federal power grabs like roving wiretaps and warrantless searches and oppose Patriot Act renewal that includes such items?

16. Will you support efforts to end the NSA’s unconstitutional domestic spying program?

17. Will you oppose any legislation that requires states and citizens to participate in a National Identification program, including mandatory E-Verify?

18. Will you support keeping our Internet free from government control and intrusion, including opposing power grabs such as SOPA, CISPA, or any other bill that mandates more government intervention in the Internet?

19. Will you oppose all tax increases?

20. Indicate the tax cuts you are willing to vote for:
      A) Across-the-Board Income Tax Cut
      B) Capital Gains Tax Cut
      C) Business Tax Cut
      D) Estate Tax Cut

Survey Results

Key: = Yes, = No, = Chose not to answer

Office District Party Name Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q5 Q6 Q7 Q8 Q9 Q10 Q11 Q12 Q13 Q14 Q15 Q16 Q17 Q18 Q19 Q20
U.S. House 1 R Arthur Rich A, B, C, D
U.S. House 1 R Brent Shypulefski B, C
U.S. House 1 D G. K. Butterfield
U.S. House 1 D Dan Whittacre
U.S. House 2 R Renee Ellmers
U.S. House 2 R Frank Roche
U.S. House 2 D Clay Aiken
U.S. House 2 D Keith Crisco
U.S. House 2 D Toni Morris
U.S. House 3 R Taylor Griffin
U.S. House 3 R Walter Jones A, B, C, D
U.S. House 3 R Al Novinec A
U.S. House 3 D Marshall Adame
U.S. House 4 R Paul Wright A, B, D
U.S. House 4 D David Price
U.S. House 5 R Philip Doyle A, B, C, D
U.S. House 5 R Virginia Foxx
U.S. House 5 D Joshua Brannon
U.S. House 5 D Gardenia Henley
U.S. House 5 D Michael Holleman
U.S. House 5 D Will Stinson
U.S. House 6 R Phil Berger
U.S. House 6 R Mike Causey A, B, C, D
U.S. House 6 R Kenn Kopf A, B, C, D
U.S. House 6 R Zack Matheny
U.S. House 6 R Jeff Phillips
U.S. House 6 R Charlie Sutherland A, B, C, D
U.S. House 6 R Bruce VonCannon
U.S. House 6 R Mark Walker
U.S. House 6 R Don Webb A, B, C, D
U.S. House 6 D Bruce Davis
U.S. House 6 D Laura Fjeld
U.S. House 7 R Chris Andrade
U.S. House 7 R David Rouzer
U.S. House 7 R Woody White
U.S. House 7 D Jonathan Barfield
U.S. House 7 D Walter Martin D
U.S. House 8 R Richard Hudson
U.S. House 8 D Antonio Blue
U.S. House 9 R Robert Pittenger
U.S. House 9 R Michael Steinberg A, B, C, D
U.S. House 10 R Richard Lynch A, B, C, D
U.S. House 10 R Patrick McHenry
U.S. House 10 D Tate McQueen
U.S. House 11 R Mark Meadows
U.S. House 11 D Tom Hill
U.S. House 11 D Keith Ruehl
U.S. House 12 R Vince Coakley
U.S. House 12 R Leon Threatt A
U.S. House 12 D Alma Adams
U.S. House 12 D George Battle
U.S. House 12 D Marcus Brandon
U.S. House 12 D Malcolm Graham
U.S. House 12 D James Mitchell
U.S. House 12 D Curtis Osborne
U.S. House 12 D Rajive Patel
U.S. House 13 R George Holding
U.S. House 13 D Brenda Cleary
U.S. House 13 D Virginia Conlon
U.S. House 13 D Arunava Sanyal
U.S. Senate R Ted Alexander
U.S. Senate R Alex Lee Bradshaw
U.S. Senate R Greg Brannon A, B, C, D
U.S. Senate R Heather Grant
U.S. Senate R Mark Harris A, B, C, D
U.S. Senate R Edward Kryn A, B, C, D
U.S. Senate R Jim Snyder
U.S. Senate R Thom Tillis
U.S. Senate D Kay Hagan
U.S. Senate D Ernest Reeves
U.S. Senate D Will Stewart A, D