WHO WE ARE GET INVOLVED CANDIDATE SURVEYS ON THE ISSUES ABOUT AUDIT THE FED

South Carolina 2017 State Legislative

Dear Supporter,

Campaign for Liberty gave candidates for the 2017 State Legislative Special Election 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 oppose all tax and fee increases?

2. Do you oppose taking federal money to expand Medicaid?

3. Will you oppose all efforts to apply to the U.S. Congress for an Article V Convention?

4. Will you oppose any bill that impedes free speech, including any so-called ethics reform bill that would require a citizen organization to divulge its donor or member information?

5. Will you support legislation that would end “policing for profit”, including equitable sharing with federal authorities, require charges be filed before any assets are seized by law enforcement, and ensure that property is returned if charges are dropped or the suspect is acquitted?

6. Will you support a “Constitutional Carry” bill that would allow any law-abiding citizen to carry a firearm openly and concealed without a permit?


Survey Results

Key: = Yes, = No, = Yes and will sponsor, = Chose not to answer

Office District Party Name Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q5 Q6
State House 48 R Bruce Bryant
State House 48 R Tim Nichols
State House 48 D Bebs Chorak
State House 84 Constitution Lance Weaver
State House 84 Democrat Jennifer Lariscey
State House 84 Republican Jeff Waters
State House 84 Republican Ronnie Young
State Senate 3 Republican Dean Allen
State Senate 3 Republican Corey Bott
State Senate 3 Republican Don Bowen
State Senate 3 Republican Carol Burdette
State Senate 3 Republican Richard Cash
State Senate 3 Republican James Galyean
State Senate 3 Republican Brad Johnson
State Senate 3 Republican John Tucker