Compare the Candidates – Biographical Profiles and Positions on the Issues

November 2004 General Election

Candidates for U.S. Senate, Colorado

Wayne Allard - R
(303) 220-7414
Ben Nighthorse Campbell - R
(303) 843-4100
Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell - C
Pete Coors - R
Victor Good - REF
WWW.VOTEGOOD.USWWW.VOTEGOOD.US
(303) 868-1964
Finn Gotaas - U
John R. "Rob" Harris - I
www.harrisforussenate.comwww.harrisforussenate.com
(303) 249-2092
Richard Randall - L
Ken Salazar - D
www.salazarforcolorado.comwww.salazarforcolorado.com
(303) 455-7600
Biographical
General (political statement of goals, objectives, views, philosophies)
Wayne Allard

U.S. Senator Wayne Allard is a Colorado veterinarian committed to cutting taxes, eliminating the deficit, returning power to state and local governments and assuring the security of America both at home and abroad.

In December of 2004, Senator Allard

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

I will vote the Constitution.

Pete Coors

At this critical crossroads in American history, I believe we are all called to step up to even greater service. That's why I'm running for the U.S. Senate.

In a U.S. Senate dominated by lawyers and professional politicians I believe there is room for

Victor Good

The US Senate race in Colorado has come down to a choice of the Good, the Bad or the Ugly!

We've all heard enough from Mr. Salazar and Mr. Coors! Enough of the Bad and the Ugly!

It's time to vote for "GOOD"!

Take advantage of your opportunity to support

Finn Gotaas

The most important issues facing America today:

1. Universal Health Care - My plan calls for a privately administered, federally funded (with federal taxes and a 'Graduated Corporate Health Care Contribution) program that is affordable for everyone.

John R. "Rob" Harris

I would like to invite you to join with me in sending Washington D.C. a message: We want our Civil Liberties protected. I am an Independent who represents the citizens of Colorado, not political party interests. I first registered as an Independent in

Richard Randall

I believe that the values of American individualism and freedom, rooted in the Constitution and Bill of Rights, form the basis for our national unity and are the essential elements of our national strength. My positions on the issues facing this nation

Ken Salazar

Ken Salazar was elected to the United States Senate in November 2004 as Colorado's thirty-fifth United States Senator.

A fifth generation Coloradan, Ken and his family have been farmers and ranchers in the San Luis Valley since before Colorado became

Personal (gender, age, marital status, spouse's name and age, children's name and ages, home town, current residence)
Wayne Allard

Senator Allard was born in Fort Collins, Colorado, on December 2, 1943, and raised on a ranch near Walden, Colorado. Allard married Joan Malcolm. The Allards raised their two daughters, Christi and Cheryl, in Loveland and have five grandsons.

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

Male; Age:58; Widowed; Children:Jennifer, Amanda, and Sean; Home Town:Arvada, CO

Pete Coors

Male; Age:58; Married; Spouse:Marilyn; Children:Father of six children; Place of Birth:Golden, CO; Home Town:Golden, CO

Victor Good

WWW.VOTEGOOD.US; Age:WWW.VOTEGOOD.US; WWW.VOTEGOOD.US; Spouse:WWW.VOTEGOOD.US; Children:WWW.VOTEGOOD.US; Place of Birth:WWW.VOTEGOOD.US; Home Town:WWW.VOTEGOOD.US

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

Male; Age:37; Married 16 years; Spouse:Ann, 34; Children:Chelsi, 15; AnnaChristina, 13; Jakob, 11; Eli, 9; Zedekiah, 5, John, 2; Place of Birth:California; Home Town:Lakewood, Colorado

Richard Randall

Male; Age:47; Divorced; reside in Highlands Ranch, CO

Ken Salazar

Born on March 2, 1955, in Colorado, Salazar is married to Hope and has two children: Melinda and Andrea.

Profession (professional and work experience outside politics)
Wayne Allard

Allards built their veterinary practice in Loveland, the Allard Animal Hospital, from scratch. Allard served as Health Officer for City of Loveland in 1970-1978 and as Chair of Board of Health in 1980.

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

Teacher, engineering technician

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

WWW.VOTEGOOD.US WWW.VOTEGOOD.US

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

1990-04 Independent Contractor, Denver Newspaper Agency

1996-03 Police Officer, Morrison P.D.

1996-97 ATM Technician, Bantek

1995-96 Security Officer, American Protective Services

1990-94 Corrections Counselor, Independence House

1989-90 Juvenile Facility Manager, Youth Benefits Unlimited

Richard Randall

Management Consultant.

Ken Salazar

Ken has been a farmer and rancher in the San Luis Valley, a natural resources lawyer, and small business owner much of his life. He and his wife have owned radio stations in Pueblo and Denver and have owned and operated a Dairy Queen in Westminster. Ken

Civic (past and present organizations, charities involvement)
Wayne Allard

American Veterinarian Medical Association

Colorado Veterinarian Medical Association

Loveland Rotary Club.

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

His numerous and diverse civic responsibilities include serving as a trustee and member of the executive board of the Denver Area Council of the Boy Scouts of America, and a member of the National Western Stock Show Association executive committee. He

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

; Board of Directors - Jefferson County Youth Alcohol Intervention Program (Y.A.I.P.) 2001-2003

Richard Randall

I actively support FreedomWorks Colorado and Colorado Citizens for Property Rights.

Ken Salazar

Attorney General Salazar has served on many boards and commissions including six years as Chair of the Peace Officers Standards and Training Board, the Colorado Water Conservation Board and selection committees for United States Attorney and Federal District

Political (dates and titles of previously held political offices)
Wayne Allard

Allard represented Larimer and Weld Counties in the Colorado State Senate from 1983 to 1990. He was best known during his time in the Colorado State Senate for sponsoring the state law that limits state legislative sessions to 120 days, preserving the

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

Currently serving second term as the Legislative Director for the Libertarian Party of Colorado.

Ken Salazar

Before his election to the U.S. Senate, Ken Salazar served for six years as Colorado's 36th Attorney General from 1999 through 2004, winning statewide elections to that office in 1998 and 2002. Ken served as chairman of the Conference of Western Attorneys

Religion (current and past religious affiliations, beliefs)
Wayne Allard

Protestant.

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

Catholic Previous Affiliations:Episcopalian

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (L.D.S.) Beliefs:I have a strong belief in family values. A country is only as strong as its families are. Thus I will introduce legislation that will help preserve and protect families.

Richard Randall

No response

Ken Salazar

Catholic

Accomplishments (significant accomplishments, awards, achievements)
Wayne Allard

Allards built their veterinary practice in Loveland, the Allard Animal Hospital, from scratch.

In December of 2004, Senator Allard was appointed to serve on the powerful Senate Appropriations Committee in the 109th Congress. He serves as well on the

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

No response

Ken Salazar

From 1990 to 1994 Ken Salazar served in the Cabinet of Governor Roy Romer as the executive director of the Colorado Department of Natural Resources. Among his accomplishments as executive director, Ken crafted reforms for oil, mining, and gas operations

Education (times and places of schools, colleges, major, degrees, activities, sports)
Wayne Allard

Allard received his Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from Colorado State University in 1968.

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

AA, Engineering Technology, DeAnza Community College, Cupertino, CA, 1969

BS, Business Administration, University of Colorado, 1974

Pete Coors

bachelor's degree in industrial engineering from Cornell University master's degree in business administration from the University of Denver in 1970

Victor Good

WWW.VOTEGOOD.US WWW.VOTEGOOD.US WWW.VOTEGOOD.US

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

Rocky Mountain High School, Byron Wy 1985

Lettered in Basketball and Track

Numerous Math awards

F.F.A. vice-president 2 yrs.

Student Council AA - Psychology - Northwest Collge, Powell, WY - 1989

Certificate of Graduation - Accounting Management - Barnes

Richard Randall

Degree in Electronic Sciences.

Ken Salazar

Salazar received a political science degree from Colorado College in 1977 received a law degree in 1981 from the University of Michigan.

Military (branch, years of service, active duty experience, highest rank, medals, honors, type and date of discharge)
Wayne Allard

None.

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

U.S. Air Force Reserve ; Years of Service:1966-71

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

N/A ; Years of Service:0

Richard Randall

None

Ken Salazar

None.

Immigration
Immigration, a General Statement
Wayne Allard

I feel that the U.S. immigration system is in need of reform. It is important to make a clear distinction between illegal and legal immigration. We must crack down on all illegal immigration. I feel we should not reward illegal behavior with citizenship.

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

No response

Ken Salazar

Current immigration law is not working. I support stronger border enforcement and efforts that would crack down on illegal human trafficking. A bipartisan effort in the Senate, which I believe provides a good platform for this important discussion, would

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Immigration Reform
Wayne Allard

I feel that the U.S. immigration system is in need of reform. It is important to make a clear distinction between illegal and legal immigration. We must crack down on all illegal immigration. I feel we should not reward illegal behavior with citizenship.

Source: allard.senate.gov/public/index.cfm?FuseAction=Legislation.ViewIssue (04/21/2008)

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

No response

Ken Salazar

No response

Federal Enforcement of Immigration Laws
Wayne Allard

We must crack down on all illegal immigration. I feel we should not reward illegal behavior with citizenship.

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

Opposes amnesty for illegal aliens. Supports more interior enforcement of immigration laws.

Source: Candidate Website (10/04/2008)

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

No response

Ken Salazar

Current immigration law is not working. I support stronger border enforcement and efforts that would crack down on illegal human trafficking. A bipartisan effort in the Senate, which I believe provides a good platform for this important discussion, would

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Guest Worker Program
Wayne Allard

No response

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

Opposes large-scale importation of workers.

Source: Candidate Website (10/04/2008)

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

No response

Ken Salazar

No response

Securing Our Borders
Wayne Allard

I am committed to securing our borders.

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

Yes

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Ken Salazar

Notwithstanding claims that significant new funding has been authorized for homeland security, modest increases in border patrol officers, customs agents and Immigration and Naturalization Service agents will not change the reality on the ground. Our

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Citizenship for Illegal Immigrants
Wayne Allard

It is important to make a clear distinction between illegal and legal immigration. We must crack down on all illegal immigration. I feel we should not reward illegal behavior with citizenship.

Source: allard.senate.gov/public/index.cfm?FuseAction=Legislation.ViewIssue (04/21/2008)

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

No response

Ken Salazar

No response

Americanization
Wayne Allard

I favor strong sponsorship requirements and other policies, which aim to ensure that immigrants enter this country as productive members of society in pursuit of opportunity, not public assistance.

Source: allard.senate.gov/public/index.cfm?FuseAction=Legislation.ViewIssue (04/21/2008)

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

No response

Ken Salazar

No response

National Security & Terrorism
Homeland Security, a General Statement
Wayne Allard

Following the horrific attacks of September 11, 2001 Congress created the Department of Homeland Security to respond to the rising threat of terrorism on our soil. The Department of Homeland Security and efforts by our military to root out the sources

Source: allard.senate.gov/public/index.cfm?FuseAction=Legislation.ViewIssue (04/21/2008)

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

No response

Ken Salazar

The highest duty of any government is the protection and safety of its people. As Colorado's Attorney General, I am keenly aware of this solemn obligation. The security of our country and our citizens, at home and around the globe, is one of the most

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Making Our Homeland More Secure
Wayne Allard

Following the horrific attacks of September 11, 2001 Congress created the Department of Homeland Security to respond to the rising threat of terrorism on our soil. The Department of Homeland Security and efforts by our military to root out the sources

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

The number one job of our federal government as outlined in the Constitution is protecting our homeland and keeping us safe from enemies. Today, our nation confronts enemies like we have never seen. Those enemies seek to destroy all we, and those who

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

Instead of using our national resources to fight so called 'wars of liberation' , because the Iraq conflict was neither justified nor imminently necessary; once our needs are met at home we should use our resources to perform worldwide acts of kindness,

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

No response

Ken Salazar

The highest duty of any government is the protection and safety of its people. As Colorado's Attorney General, I am keenly aware of this solemn obligation. The security of our country and our citizens, at home and around the globe, is one of the most

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Recommendations of the 9/11 Commission
Wayne Allard

No response

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

No

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Ken Salazar

The bipartisan September 11 Commission's report and recommendations to improve our intelligence services cannot be ignored. I believe that business as usual is not acceptable and the commission's report simply cannot be put on a shelf to gather dust, as was done with the Hart-Rudman Commission pre-9/11 terrorism report.

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Bioterrorism
Wayne Allard

I am particularly interested in promoting homeland security by increasing our capacity to deal with infectious diseases and bioterrorism. Veterinarians have a special expertise in preventing and controlling diseases such as anthrax, West Nile Virus, and

Source: allard.senate.gov/public/index.cfm?FuseAction=Legislation.ViewIssue (04/21/2008)

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

No response

Ken Salazar

No response

Department of Homeland Security (DHS)
Wayne Allard

Following the horrific attacks of September 11, 2001 Congress created the Department of Homeland Security to respond to the rising threat of terrorism on our soil. The Department of Homeland Security and efforts by our military to root out the sources

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

No response

Ken Salazar

No response

Domestic Intelligence Agencies
Wayne Allard

I am committed to crafting practical partnerships between state, local and federal law enforcement agencies.

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

No response

Ken Salazar

Our intelligence agencies must be shaken up. As the events of the last several years show, we simply must improve intelligence gathering and coordination, so that future attacks on America can be prevented and decisions to send our armed forces on foreign

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Local First Responders
Wayne Allard

No response

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

No response

Ken Salazar

Local law enforcement, fire departments and emergency health care providers will be the first responders in the event of terrorist attack. First responders must be able to distinguish between conventional, radiological, chemical and biological attacks

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

War on Terror, a General Statement
Wayne Allard

Since September 11th, 2001, our enemies have tested our love for freedom by declaring a war on our ideals and way of life. The outcome of the Global War on Terror against ruthless criminals will determine our will and commitment to the true ideals of

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

No response

Ken Salazar

No response

War on Terrorism Policies
Wayne Allard

Since September 11th, 2001, our enemies have tested our love for freedom by declaring a war on our ideals and way of life. The outcome of the Global War on Terror against ruthless criminals will determine our will and commitment to the true ideals of

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

No

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Ken Salazar

See above.

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Guantanamo Bay Prison (GITMO)
Wayne Allard

No response

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

Yes

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Ken Salazar

No response

Gay & Lesbian
Gay Rights, a General Statement
Wayne Allard

As the core social institution of our society, marriage in the United States should be defined as it has been in every civilization around the world for thousands of years: marriage is the union between a man and a woman. The definition of marriage is

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

No response

Ken Salazar

I believe that marriage is between one man and one woman. I oppose the Federal Marriage Amendment. I support expanding hate crimes laws to include sexual orientation, and I support laws prohibiting discrimination in employment, housing and public accommodations.

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Gay Marriage
Wayne Allard

As the core social institution of our society, marriage in the United States should be defined as it has been in every civilization around the world for thousands of years: marriage is the union between a man and a woman.

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

I believe marriage is between a man and woman. I oppose the activist judges who try to change the traditional definition of marriage.

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

The government has no authority legislating conditions for marriage.

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Ken Salazar

I believe that marriage is between one man and one woman.

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Homosexuality as a Choice or Genetics
Wayne Allard

No response

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

This question is completely irrelevant.

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Ken Salazar

No response

Federal Constitutional Anti-Gay Marriage Amendment
Wayne Allard

As the core social institution of our society, marriage in the United States should be defined as it has been in every civilization around the world for thousands of years: marriage is the union between a man and a woman. The definition of marriage is

Source: allard.senate.gov/public/index.cfm?FuseAction=Legislation.ViewIssue (04/21/2008)

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

Oppose

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Ken Salazar

I oppose the Federal Marriage Amendment.

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Domestic Partnerships
Wayne Allard

No response

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

Opposed to same-sex adoption and partnership rights.

Source: Candidate Website (10/04/2008)

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

Yes

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Ken Salazar

No response

Civil Unions
Wayne Allard

I have sponsored an amendment to the Constitution defining marriage as a union between a man and a woman and leaving all other questions of partnership, civil unions or contractual relationships to state legislatures.

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

States

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Ken Salazar

No response

Legislation for Hate Crimes
Wayne Allard

No response

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

No

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Ken Salazar

I support expanding hate crimes laws to include sexual orientation.

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Foreign Policy
Foreign Policy, a General Statement
Wayne Allard

I realize that the future of our homeland greatly depends on security, trade, freedom, and opportunity beyond the country's borders. I support the Administration's Millennium Challenge Project that provides assistance to developing nations that are pursuing

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

No response

Ken Salazar

No response

Foreign Aid
Wayne Allard

I realize that the future of our homeland greatly depends on security, trade, freedom, and opportunity beyond the country's borders. I support the Administration's Millennium Challenge Corporation that provides assistance to developing nations that are

Source: allard.senate.gov/public/index.cfm?FuseAction=Legislation.ViewIssue (04/21/2008)

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

No response

Ken Salazar

No response

North Korea
Wayne Allard

I am very concerned about the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction from countries like Iran and North Korea, and believe that it is one of the greatest threats we face today. The possibility that a terrorist organization may acquire such a weapon

Source: allard.senate.gov/public/index.cfm?FuseAction=Legislation.ViewIssue (04/21/2008)

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

No response

Ken Salazar

No response

Promotion of Democracy Around World
Wayne Allard

Protection of the human rights was the most important issue when the Founding Fathers established the Union. The United States continues to be a leader of democracy and human rights in the international arena, helping secure the peace, deter aggression,

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

No response

Ken Salazar

No response

United Nations (UN)
Wayne Allard

I believe the U.N should remain true to its initial Charter of serving as an international body aimed at solving international issues through diplomatic means. Over the last several decades, the United Nations has followed a pattern of big government

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

No response

Ken Salazar

No response

Worldwide HIV/AIDS, Tuberculosis, and Malaria
Wayne Allard

I support the Administration's efforts to fight the increasing threat presented by the surge of HIV/AIDS and other infections diseases facing the world today. I am confident that the $6.55 billion in U.S. assistance spent in just the last two years to

Source: allard.senate.gov/public/index.cfm?FuseAction=Legislation.ViewIssue (04/21/2008)

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

No response

Ken Salazar

No response

Jobs
Jobs, a General Statement
Wayne Allard

I support programs that continue to help lower-income and other individuals achieve job training success. Some of these programs include youth and adult job training and coaching, dislocated worker programs, youth job corps programs and grants, and workforce training for U.S. veterans.

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

No response

Ken Salazar

As a small businessman and farmer, I know that private enterprise, not government, creates jobs. But government policies and priorities can make a difference to families and businesses, and Washington has an obligation to act responsibly, and fairly,

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Foreign Job Outsourcing
Wayne Allard

No response

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

No response

Ken Salazar

Yes, absolutely. We should not reward companies for shipping American jobs overseas.

Under my plan, companies with at least 90 percent domestic production would receive favorable tax treatment, as would their stockholders. Stockholders would pay lower

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Affirmative Action
Wayne Allard

No response

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

Libertarians are opposed to Affirmative Action.

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Ken Salazar

No response

Job Growth
Wayne Allard

No response

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

Creating jobs and strengthening the economy is at the top of my agenda. With 35 years of business experience, it's a topic that I understand. Big, growing, burdensome government gets in the way of job creation and job preservation. That's why I am committed

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

Eliminate various taxes and regulations.

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Ken Salazar

As a small businessman and farmer, I know that private enterprise, not government, creates jobs. But government policies and priorities can make a difference to families and businesses, and Washington has an obligation to act responsibly, and fairly,

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Workers Benefits
Wayne Allard

I support programs that continue to help lower-income and other individuals achieve job training success. Some of these programs include youth and adult job training and coaching, dislocated worker programs, youth job corps programs and grants, and workforce training for U.S. veterans.

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

No response

Ken Salazar

No response

Employment Discrimination
Wayne Allard

No response

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

No response

Ken Salazar

I support laws prohibiting discrimination in employment, housing and public accommodations.

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Economy
Economy, a General Statement
Wayne Allard

No response

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

No response

Ken Salazar

I will be an independent voice for agriculture and our rural economy and small towns. Economically, Colorado has become two states -- many parts prosperous, dynamic, and growing, and others poorer, stagnant, and shrinking. I want to prevent the permanent

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Stimulating the Economy
Wayne Allard

No response

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

No response

Ken Salazar

I will be an independent voice for agriculture and our rural economy and small towns. Economically, Colorado has become two states -- many parts prosperous, dynamic, and growing, and others poorer, stagnant, and shrinking. I want to prevent the permanent

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Taxes
Taxes, a General Statement
Wayne Allard

In recent years, Congress has made important strides in reducing the tax burden on Americans. We have expanded the child tax credit, expanded eligibility for the lowest tax bracket, provided marriage penalty relief, and begun to eliminate the death penalty.

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

No response

Ken Salazar

No one likes paying more taxes. But we must have a fairer tax policy that rewards work, not just wealth. We need to be realistic: we cannot fund a strong national defense, homeland security, continue the war and nation-building in Iraq, as well as address

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Tax Code
Wayne Allard

The current tax code is far too large, complex, and burdensome. While this would involve the elimination of deductions and credits, it would more than be offset by a lower rate.

Source: allard.senate.gov/public/index.cfm?FuseAction=Legislation.ViewIssue (04/21/2008)

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

No response

Ken Salazar

No response

Tax Reform
Wayne Allard

In recent years, Congress has made important strides in reducing the tax burden on Americans. We have expanded the child tax credit, expanded eligibility for the lowest tax bracket, provided marriage penalty relief, and begun to eliminate the death penalty.

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

No response

Ken Salazar

I support corporate tax changes that encourage domestic investment. Companies with domestic production would see their tax rate cut by up to 3.5 percent. We must reward companies for manufacturing goods in the U.S. by linking the size of the tax cut with the amount of goods produced here at home.

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Corporate Income Taxes
Wayne Allard

No response

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

Yes

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Ken Salazar

I support corporate tax changes that encourage domestic investment. Companies with domestic production would see their tax rate cut by up to 3.5 percent. We must reward companies for manufacturing goods in the U.S. by linking the size of the tax cut with the amount of goods produced here at home.

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Estate Taxes (Death / Birth Tax)
Wayne Allard

We have begun to eliminate the death penalty.

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

No response

Ken Salazar

No response

Taxes Policy
Wayne Allard

Whatever specific proposals are considered, my priority is to ensure that any reform is a benefit to the middle class, which has borne much of the burden of the current system. Any reform should also reward savings and investment and promote economic

Source: allard.senate.gov/public/index.cfm?FuseAction=Legislation.ViewIssue (04/21/2008)

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

No response

Ken Salazar

No response

National Sales Tax
Wayne Allard

I am willing to consider a national sales tax or other ideas.

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

No response

Ken Salazar

No response

Marriage Penalty
Wayne Allard

We have provided marriage penalty relief.

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

No response

Ken Salazar

No response

2001 Tax Cuts
Wayne Allard

No response

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

I will fight to make the tax cuts permanent. Millions of Coloradans are benefitting from the tax cuts. Unlike my opponent, I would like to see this continue.

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

Yes

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Ken Salazar

No, it is not fiscally responsible to do so.

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Tax Credits for College
Wayne Allard

No response

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

Yes.

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

Yes

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Ken Salazar

No response

Child Tax Credit
Wayne Allard

We have expanded the child tax credit.

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

No response

Ken Salazar

No response

Corporate Tax Loopholes
Wayne Allard

No response

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

No response

Ken Salazar

Yes, absolutely.

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Education
Education, a General Statement
Wayne Allard

It is important that education remain locally controlled. Those closest to the students are in the best position to know their educational needs. Parents and school boards should be able to tailor educational curriculum to local needs. Federal financial

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

No response

Ken Salazar

My parents always said they couldn't give us riches, but they could give us an education. All eight of us children went to school in the San Luis Valley, and then on to college. My education helped with everything I have achieved in life. Now I want to

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

No Child Left Behind Act, a General Statement
Wayne Allard

No response

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

'No Child Left Behind' is a failure on more than one level. It may be workable but the federal government, which mandated the program did nothing to fund the program; they gave it to the states to fund and guess what there aren't any funds to support

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

No response

Ken Salazar

Passage of the No Child Left Behind Act in 2001 is a continuation of the federal government's involvement. This law mandates that all school children meet standards for proficiency in reading and math, and also establishes requirements for school performance,

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Religion in Public Schools
Wayne Allard

RELIGIOUS LIBERTY RIGHTS DECLARED.

WORD `GOD' IN PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE- The power to recite the Pledge of Allegiance on or within property owned or administered by the several States or political subdivisions of such States is among the powers reserved

Source: allard.senate.gov/public/index.cfm?FuseAction=Legislation.ViewIssue (04/21/2008)

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

No response

Ken Salazar

No response

"Under God" in the Pledge of Allegiance
Wayne Allard

RELIGIOUS LIBERTY RIGHTS DECLARED

WORD `GOD' IN PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE- The power to recite the Pledge of Allegiance on or within property owned or administered by the several States or political subdivisions of such States is among the powers reserved

Source: allard.senate.gov/public/index.cfm?FuseAction=Legislation.ViewIssue (04/21/2008)

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

No response

Ken Salazar

No response

Local Control Over Education
Wayne Allard

It is important that education remain locally controlled. Those closest to the students are in the best position to know their educational needs. Parents and school boards should be able to tailor educational curriculum to local needs. Federal financial support should not encumber local programs with federal mandates.

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

No response

Ken Salazar

No response

Private School Vouchers
Wayne Allard

No response

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

Yes.

Source: Candidate Website (10/04/2008)

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

Yes

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Ken Salazar

No response

Standardized Testing
Wayne Allard

No response

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

No response

Ken Salazar

I support setting high standards for our kids, but we must provide the resources to our teachers and schools to meet them. The testing requirements under federal law should serve to diagnose where additional support is needed, not punish struggling schools

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Improving Education
Wayne Allard

No response

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

Supports tax credits for all parents to let them make their own school decisions. Supports abolishing the U.S. Department of Education.

Source: Candidate Website (10/04/2008)

Pete Coors

I'm proud that one of my daughters is a teacher. Through her I see the difference that she and other good teachers make in the lives of young Coloradans.

Every child deserves a chance at a quality education. Denying the best education to a boy or

a girl

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

Increase funding, increase Social Skills, Languages and Arts programs. Delay other fiscal programs if necessary and de-emphasize national test scores.

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

Privatize the education system.

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Ken Salazar

In the Senate, one of my highest priorities will be to help make sure that Washington is responsive and responsible to the needs and concerns of state and local governments without ultimately supplanting their traditional authority, and that Washington

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Higher Education
Wayne Allard

I believe that education needs to be easier to attain through loans, grants, and scholarships. The price of education is increasingly high, but so are efforts to manage loans, develop community education sponsorship programs, explore grant and fellowship

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

No response

Ken Salazar

We must strengthen our commitment to higher education, at our universities, community colleges, trade schools and other places of learning. With tuition costs soaring, especially at state schools whose funding has been slashed due to budget shortfalls,

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Student Loans, Scholarships and Pell Grants
Wayne Allard

I believe that education needs to be easier to attain through loans, grants, and scholarships. The price of education is increasingly high, but so are efforts to manage loans, develop community education sponsorship programs, explore grant and fellowship

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

No response

Ken Salazar

We must strengthen our commitment to higher education, at our universities, community colleges, trade schools and other places of learning. With tuition costs soaring, especially at state schools whose funding has been slashed due to budget shortfalls,

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Education Tax Credits
Wayne Allard

No response

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

No response

Ken Salazar

We should double the HOPE scholarship tax credits.

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Head Start
Wayne Allard

No response

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

No response

Ken Salazar

To prepare our kids for school, we must strengthen our commitment to early childhood education. Studies consistently show such investments are re-paid in savings and benefits to society many times over. And after-school programs are proven ways to keep

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Federal Mandates
Wayne Allard

Federal financial support should not encumber local programs with federal mandates.

Source: allard.senate.gov/public/index.cfm?FuseAction=Legislation.ViewIssue (04/21/2008)

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

No response

Ken Salazar

No response

Federal Funding of Private Schools
Wayne Allard

Federal financial support should not encumber local programs with federal mandates. The price of education is increasingly high, but so are efforts to manage loans, develop community education sponsorship programs, explore grant and fellowship opportunities,

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

No response

Ken Salazar

The funding and support for public education, both K-12 and higher education, is primarily a state and local government function. However, for decades the federal government has provided secondary financial support and general guidance. Passage of the

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

No Child Left Behind Act Federal Funding Level
Wayne Allard

No response

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No.

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

No response

Ken Salazar

The requirements of No Child Left Behind are important, but are also costly. Washington has not kept its end of the bargain, and has shortchanged our schools by billions of dollars. These unfunded federal mandates are unfair and place enormous burdens on local schools and state governments.

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Special Education
Wayne Allard

No response

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

Suports legislation to enable the parents of non-public, school children to obtain special-education services through providers of their choice.

Source: Candidate Website (10/04/2008)

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

No response

Ken Salazar

As Senator, I will honor our promises to improve funding for special education.

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Environment
Environment, a General Statement
Wayne Allard

As a fifth generation Coloradan, I have a deep desire to protect Colorado's environment and wildlife, so that each of our grandchildren can enjoy the beautiful wonders our state has to offer. As a policy maker I believe that we must approach our treatment

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

No response

Ken Salazar

Throughout my career, in both the public and private sectors, I have been deeply involved in water, environmental and natural resources issues. And now I want to take this expertise, passion and experience to Washington.

My background provides me with

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Clean Air Act & Clear Skies Initiative
Wayne Allard

No response

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

No response

Ken Salazar

No free passes on pollution. Illegal pollution of our nation's air, water and land is wrong, regardless of who is responsible. It damages our environment, our health and our economy. Polluters should be held accountable for violations, whether they are

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Clean Water Act and Water Quality
Wayne Allard

Water has played an essential role in the economic growth of the western United States. Water is a relatively scarce resource in the West. Colorado officials work hard to ensure that her citizens have enough water. The distribution of water to other states

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

No response

Ken Salazar

I know that water is our lifeblood, and protection and careful use of our water resources is paramount to Colorado's continued well-being. It is critically important that Colorado's representatives in Washington know this issue thoroughly. I have spent a career fighting to protect Colorado's water and am prepared for the challenges ahead.

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)
Wayne Allard

No response

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

Less

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Ken Salazar

As Senator, I will restore EPA's budget and enforcement authority. Since 2001, the budget and independence of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to enforce federal environmental laws have been decimated. Wealthy friends and contributors of Washington

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

National Parks
Wayne Allard

The conservation and care of our public lands is important to Colorado and our nation. As a fifth generation Coloradan and an avid sportsman, I have a strong desire to protect our forests. As you might know, I favor a common sense approach to the management

Source: allard.senate.gov/public/index.cfm?FuseAction=Legislation.ViewIssue (04/21/2008)

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

No response

Ken Salazar

No response

Land, Rivers and Lakes
Wayne Allard

The conservation and care of our public lands is important to Colorado and our nation. As a fifth generation Coloradan and an avid sportsman, I have a strong desire to protect our forests. As you might know, I favor a common sense approach to the management

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

No response

Ken Salazar

Colorado's beauty and our natural resources are central to life in our State. Our incredibly diverse landscape provides opportunities to hike, fish, ski, camp, boat, raft, or hunt, as well as places where we can go to simply enjoy the great outdoors.

Our

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Endangered Species
Wayne Allard

The Endangered Species Act is one of the most contentious pieces of legislation Washington, D.C. has ever produced. There is one thing most folks agree on, however: the Endangered Species Act is not functioning the way Congress originally intended. As

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

No response

Ken Salazar

No response

Cruelty to Animals
Wayne Allard

I am in a unique position as both a veterinarian and Senator to emphasize the need for the humane treatment of animals and to thoroughly evaluate federal legislation dealing with animal welfare.

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

No response

Ken Salazar

No response

Military & Defense
Military, a General Statement
Wayne Allard

AIR FORCE ACADEMY

The United States Air Force Academy, based in Colorado Springs, Colorado, was created in 1959 for the purpose of developing professional military officers who possess sound judgment and exceptional character. The Academy has achieved

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

No response

Ken Salazar

No response

Missile Defense System
Wayne Allard

Several countries of concern including North Korea and Iran continue to develop weapons of mass destruction and the means to deliver them. As long as these nations continue to pursue these capabilities, the United States will need strong ballistic missile

Source: allard.senate.gov/public/index.cfm?FuseAction=Legislation.ViewIssue (04/21/2008)

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

No response

Ken Salazar

No response

Defense and Military Budget
Wayne Allard

It is necessary that the United States maintains a strong national defense in order to protect our very way of life. September 11th proved that attacks on American soil are possible. We must continue to take proper steps to defend our homeland and ensure

Source: allard.senate.gov/public/index.cfm?FuseAction=Legislation.ViewIssue (04/21/2008)

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

No response

Ken Salazar

No response

Military Policy
Wayne Allard

Fort Carson, the Mountain Post, is an Army post located southwest of Colorado Springs, Colorado. This post is recognized as one of the world's premier locations for preparing soldiers to win on the battlefield. The Fort Carson team fosters personal and

Source: allard.senate.gov/public/index.cfm?FuseAction=Legislation.ViewIssue (04/21/2008)

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

No response

Ken Salazar

No response

Military Adequacy
Wayne Allard

The United States is increasingly reliant on military and commercial space assets to protect and safeguard our nation's security and quality of life. U.S. military operations in Afghanistan and Iraq again demonstrated how important securing the high ground

Source: allard.senate.gov/public/index.cfm?FuseAction=Legislation.ViewIssue (04/21/2008)

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

No response

Ken Salazar

No response

Military Base Realignment and Closures (BRAC Commission)
Wayne Allard

After years of hard work by the Colorado congressional delegation and communities to help strengthen Colorado's major military installations, Colorado is uniquely placed to gain missions during this year's BRAC round. While there are no assurances that

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

No response

Ken Salazar

No response

Middle East
Middle East Policy, a General Statement
Wayne Allard

I believe that it is imperative that the United States remain engaged in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and continue to act in its role as an impartial mediator. Peace will not come until both sides realize that conflict is not in their best interests

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

No response

Ken Salazar

No response

Israeli and Palestinian Conflict
Wayne Allard

I believe that it is imperative that the United States remain engaged in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and continue to act in its role as an impartial mediator. Peace will not come until both sides realize that conflict is not in their best interests

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

No. This is their problem, no ours.

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Ken Salazar

No response

Afghanistan, Pakistan & Iraq
Iraq, a General Statement
Wayne Allard

I am grateful to the Coalition forces who have eliminated Saddam's and the Baath Party's control over Iraq. Our men and women in uniform have fought valiantly during this conflict. Their courage under fire and determination to see this conflict to the

Source: allard.senate.gov/public/index.cfm?FuseAction=Legislation.ViewIssue (04/21/2008)

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

No response

Ken Salazar

After September 11, the U.S. acted correctly in pursuing, with international support, Al Qaeda and Osama Bin Laden in Afghanistan. After Afghanistan, that international unity dissolved with the invasion of Iraq. Although it was argued that the attack

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

US Military Presence in Afghanistan
Wayne Allard

No response

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

ONLY in pursuit of criminals who have committed crimes against Americans.

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Ken Salazar

We are correct to pursue war in Afghanistan against Osama bin Laden and Al Qaeda.

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Iraq Policy
Wayne Allard

I look forward to working in the 110th Congress with my Senate colleagues towards reconciling competing visions for what needs to happen in Iraq. The mission of our military men and women in Iraq is of utmost importance to us here at home. We must overcome

Source: allard.senate.gov/public/index.cfm?FuseAction=Legislation.ViewIssue (04/21/2008)

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

No response

Ken Salazar

No response

Iraq Reconstruction
Wayne Allard

Both the transfer of sovereignty from the Coalition Provisional Authority to the interim Iraqi government on June 28, 2004 and the historic Iraqi election on January 30, 2005, helped shape a new era for the Iraqi people. The focus for the Multi-National

Source: allard.senate.gov/public/index.cfm?FuseAction=Legislation.ViewIssue (04/21/2008)

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

No response

Ken Salazar

No response

Iraq Political Progress
Wayne Allard

Both the transfer of sovereignty from the Coalition Provisional Authority to the interim Iraqi government on June 28, 2004 and the historic Iraqi election on January 30, 2005, helped shape a new era for the Iraqi people. The focus for the Multi-National

Source: allard.senate.gov/public/index.cfm?FuseAction=Legislation.ViewIssue (04/21/2008)

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

No response

Ken Salazar

No response

Cutting Off War Funding
Wayne Allard

We must allocate the necessary resources and tools for our troops on the ground, as they continue to sacrifice themselves for the defense of the United States.

Source: allard.senate.gov/public/index.cfm?FuseAction=Legislation.ViewIssue (04/21/2008)

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

No response

Ken Salazar

No response

Continued US Military Presence in Iraq
Wayne Allard

Both the transfer of sovereignty from the Coalition Provisional Authority to the interim Iraqi government on June 28, 2004 and the historic Iraqi election on January 30, 2005, helped shape a new era for the Iraqi people. The focus for the Multi-National

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

No

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Ken Salazar

The men and women of our Armed Forces in Iraq and Afghanistan have served with bravery and professionalism, and we must do all we can to support these young men and women -- and their families at home -- as they fight to establish peace and stability

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Deadline for US Pullout
Wayne Allard

No response

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

Yes

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Ken Salazar

No response

Iraq's Role in War on Terror
Wayne Allard

Iraq must remain a top priority and winning in Iraq is a huge component of winning the war on terror.

Source: allard.senate.gov/public/index.cfm?FuseAction=Legislation.ViewIssue (04/21/2008)

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

No

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Ken Salazar

No response

Loss of American Lives in Iraq
Wayne Allard

I am grateful to the Coalition forces who have eliminated Saddam's and the Baath Party's control over Iraq. Our men and women in uniform have fought valiantly during this conflict. Their courage under fire and determination to see this conflict to the

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

No

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Ken Salazar

No response

Staying in Iraq for "as long as it takes to do the job"
Wayne Allard

No response

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

No

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Ken Salazar

Even though sovereignty has now been officially handed over to Iraq's new leadership, the United States will likely remain there for the foreseeable future. As we work to bring greater stability to the region, we need to take a hard look at the lessons

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Iraq Role in Making Americans Safer
Wayne Allard

No response

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

Marginally if at all.

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Ken Salazar

No response

Iran
Iran, a General Statement
Wayne Allard

The danger of Iranian possession of long or short range missiles in addition to nuclear weapons is considerable. These weapons pose a threat to Israel, moderate Arab countries, and to U.S. forces both in Europe and the Persian Gulf region. We cannot stand

Source: allard.senate.gov/public/index.cfm?FuseAction=Legislation.ViewIssue (04/21/2008)

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

No response

Ken Salazar

No response

Iran Nuclear Deal
Wayne Allard

The danger of Iranian possession of long or short range missiles in addition to nuclear weapons is considerable. These weapons pose a threat to Israel, moderate Arab countries, and to U.S. forces both in Europe and the Persian Gulf region. We cannot stand

Source: allard.senate.gov/public/index.cfm?FuseAction=Legislation.ViewIssue (04/21/2008)

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

No. Many countries have WMD. Including the USA.

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Ken Salazar

No response

Guns
Guns, a General Statement
Wayne Allard

Congress must be careful to address gun control issues thoughtfully and critically while keeping the Second Amendment to the U.S. Constitution in mind. The Federal government should not restrict the right of law-abiding citizens to own a firearm. There

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

No response

Ken Salazar

My philosophy and views regarding guns is based in large part on my upbringing, as well as on the law. I believe that the individual right to use firearms for protection, hunting, and recreation should be protected. I learned to use and respect firearms

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Right to Own Guns - Second Amendment
Wayne Allard

The Federal government should not restrict the right of law-abiding citizens to own a firearm. There is a clear distinction between legitimate and safe use of firearms and criminal or irresponsible uses.

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

What part of "shall not be infringed" is hard to understand. The first thing Hitler did after election was to require registration of all guns "to restore law and order." Of course, the thing he did after all the guns were registered was to go out and

Source: Candidate Website (10/04/2008)

Pete Coors

Yes.

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

Yes

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Ken Salazar

I believe that the individual right to use firearms for protection, hunting, and recreation should be protected.

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Gun Control Legislation
Wayne Allard

Congress must be careful to address gun control issues thoughtfully and critically while keeping the Second Amendment to the U.S. Constitution in mind. The Federal government should not restrict the right of law-abiding citizens to own a firearm. There

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

Supports weakening gun control legislation. Supporter of the Second Amendment.

Source: Candidate Website (10/04/2008)

Pete Coors

As an avid sportsman and hunter, I believe that we must protect our right to bear arms. I also believe in teaching our children proper respect for firearms and the freedom that our forefathers gave us with the Second Amendment.

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

Weaker

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Ken Salazar

I believe we must have stronger enforcement of our existing gun laws, and I supported closing the gun show loophole. I support longstanding restriction on the possession of firearms by felons, instant background checks, a ban on specific automatic weapons

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Renewal of Ban on Assault Weapons Purchases
Wayne Allard

No response

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

No

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Ken Salazar

I support a ban on specific automatic weapons and assault weapons to protect the health and safety of the public and importantly law enforcement officials.

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

National Rifle Association (NRA)
Wayne Allard

No response

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No.

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

No

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Ken Salazar

No response

Trade
Trade, a General Statement
Wayne Allard

International Trade is a high priority for the health and well-being of the American and Colorado economies. I am a strong supporter of increasing our multilateral and bilateral free trade agreements around the globe. Other benefits of international contact

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

No response

Ken Salazar

No response

North America Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA)
Wayne Allard

No response

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

No

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Ken Salazar

No response

Trade Policy Priorities
Wayne Allard

I have always said that even if we were to set aside all of the economic benefits for continuing liberalization of international trade, like CAFTA, there are still many other reasons--most notably humanitarian reasons. History has shown that it is the

Source: allard.senate.gov/public/index.cfm?FuseAction=Legislation.ViewIssue (04/21/2008)

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

No response

Ken Salazar

No response

Barriers to American Goods in Other Countries
Wayne Allard

No response

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

Yes

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Ken Salazar

No response

Protective Tariffs
Wayne Allard

In closing, we must always remember that America's number one export is democracy. Increasing tariffs, or other false barriers to trade will damage not only our bottom line, but also our national security interests and we cannot allow that to happen.

Source: allard.senate.gov/public/index.cfm?FuseAction=Legislation.ViewIssue (04/21/2008)

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

No

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Ken Salazar

No response

Trade Deficit
Wayne Allard

In closing, we must always remember that America's number one export is democracy. Overreaction to our trade deficit or other false barriers to trade will damage not only our bottom line, but also our national security interests and we cannot allow that to happen.

Source: allard.senate.gov/public/index.cfm?FuseAction=Legislation.ViewIssue (04/21/2008)

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

No response

Ken Salazar

No response

Fast Track Authority
Wayne Allard

Prior to the Bush Administration, the momentum for trade liberalization had clearly slowed. Thankfully, the Congress re-approved the Executive Authority for trade agreements and with the leadership of President Bush, the Administration has made International Trade a high priority for the health and well-being of the American economy.

Source: allard.senate.gov/public/index.cfm?FuseAction=Legislation.ViewIssue (04/21/2008)

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

No response

Ken Salazar

No response

Central American Free Trade Agreement (CAFTA)
Wayne Allard

Mr. President, I rise today in strong support of the U.S.-Central American and Dominican Republic Free Trade agreement and our Administration's current trade policies.

Prior to the Bush Administration, the momentum for trade liberalization had clearly

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

No response

Ken Salazar

No response

Other Trade Agreements
Wayne Allard

I am a strong supporter of increasing our multilateral and bilateral free trade agreements around the globe. Other benefits of international contact brought about by trade with businessmen, foreign goods, and corporate presence, serves to increase access to a higher standard of living and a better quality of life for our trading partners.

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

No response

Ken Salazar

No response

Federal Budget & Fiscal Policy
Fiscal Policy, a General Statement
Wayne Allard

One of the most important things policy makers can do is to enact a sensible and enforceable budget. Every year Congress should enact a budget to serve as a guideline for all federal spending. Perhaps the greatest threat to the long term fiscal health

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

No response

Ken Salazar

Government should be a responsible steward of the money entrusted to it, and it should prepare now to meet its future obligations. Yet in just three years, the federal budget has gone from record surpluses to record deficits. Today, the national debt

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Federal Budget & Debt
Wayne Allard

One of the most important things policy makers can do is to enact a sensible and enforceable budget. Every year Congress should enact a budget to serve as a guideline for all federal spending. Perhaps the greatest threat to the long term fiscal health

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

No response

Ken Salazar

Government should be a responsible steward of the money entrusted to it, and it should prepare now to meet its future obligations. Yet in just three years, the federal budget has gone from record surpluses to record deficits. Today, the national debt

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Balanced Budget & Constitutional Amendment
Wayne Allard

No response

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

Republicans don't go far enough in limiting the size of government.

Source: Candidate Website (10/04/2008)

Pete Coors

With fifty-seven lawyers in a Senate dominated by professional politicians, no wonder spending is out of control. As a businessman, I've lived within budgets and created jobs. I know we can cut spending and balance the budget - without raising your taxes.

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

Yes

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Ken Salazar

No response

Presidential Line-item Veto Power
Wayne Allard

No response

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

Yes

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Ken Salazar

No response

Pay-As-You-Go (PAYGO) Rule for Tax Cuts or New Spending
Wayne Allard

No response

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

No response

Ken Salazar

The federal budget deficit is at the highest level in history. Spending has increased to levels not seen since World War II. The surpluses of the 1990s have turned almost overnight into the largest deficits in history, with more record deficits projected

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Medical Insurance
Health Insurance, a General Statement
Wayne Allard

MEDICARE AND MEDICAID

Medicare and Medicaid provide an important medical safety net for some of our most vulnerable citizens. Every year hundreds of billions of dollars are used to assist low-income, elderly and sick Americans with their health care

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

No response

Ken Salazar

There are 43 million people without health insurance nationwide, and 720,000 of them live right here in Colorado, and nearly twice that many have been without insurance sometime during the past two years. Health insurance premiums continue to skyrocket

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Medicare
Wayne Allard

Medicare and Medicaid provide an important medical safety net for some of our most vulnerable citizens. Every year hundreds of billions of dollars are used to assist low-income, elderly and sick Americans with their health care needs through Medicare

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

No response

Ken Salazar

We can both improve care and reduce costs by assuring consistency between many federal health care programs. Administrative expenses are a big piece of our health care costs. All federal health care programs should use the same forms, procedures, compatible

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Medically Uninsured or Underinsured
Wayne Allard

No response

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

To provide more Americans with insurance while protecting small businesses and low income workers from skyrocketing costs, my plan calls for Association Health Plans (AHP). Association Health plans allow small firms, farmers and ranchers, churches, Chambers

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

No response

Ken Salazar

There are 43 million people without health insurance nationwide, and 720,000 of them live right here in Colorado, and nearly twice that many have been without insurance sometime during the past two years. Health insurance premiums continue to skyrocket

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Medical Malpractice Lawsuit Limitations
Wayne Allard

No response

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

The booming trial laywer industry is fueling an increase in health care costs across the country. As a result of frivolous litigation, medical malpractice insurance premiums hve skyrocketed, giving physicians and hospitals little choice - leave the industry,

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

I am opposed to tort reform.

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Ken Salazar

I support the right of states to legislate in the area of medical malpractice lawsuits, and I am reluctant to expand federal authority at the expense of traditional state authority. For example, Colorado, like many other states has adopted procedural

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

State Children's Health Insurance Program (SCHIP)
Wayne Allard

No response

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

No response

Ken Salazar

We can both improve care and reduce costs by assuring consistency between many federal health care programs. Administrative expenses are a big piece of our health care costs. All federal health care programs should use the same forms, procedures, compatible

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Health Savings Accounts (HSAs)
Wayne Allard

No response

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

A sound health care policy should create new opportunity for consumers, provide greater choices and empower the customer to customize his or her health care plans to best fit their individual need. Health Savings Accounts (HSAs) are one such tool. Established

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

No

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Ken Salazar

No response

Medicaid
Wayne Allard

Medicare and Medicaid provide an important medical safety net for some of our most vulnerable citizens. Every year hundreds of billions of dollars are used to assist low-income, elderly and sick Americans with their health care needs through Medicare

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

No response

Ken Salazar

We can both improve care and reduce costs by assuring consistency between many federal health care programs. Administrative expenses are a big piece of our health care costs. All federal health care programs should use the same forms, procedures, compatible

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Health Maintenance Organizations (HMOs)
Wayne Allard

No response

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

Ensure consumer protection.

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Ken Salazar

No response

Business Tax Credits for Employee Health Coverage
Wayne Allard

No response

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

I support efforts that would allow workers to use tax credits to help purchase their own insurance coverage if their employers do not offer it.

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

No response

Ken Salazar

I want to help small businesses provide health insurance with tax credits. Over 60 percent of uninsured workers are self employed or employed by a small business. Many small employers want to provide health insurance to their workers but just can't afford

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Abortion, Stem Cell & Cloning
Legality of Abortion - Roe v. Wade
Wayne Allard

No response

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

Yes.

Source: Candidate Website (10/04/2008)

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

No

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Ken Salazar

No.

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Pro-Life and Pro-Choice
Wayne Allard

No response

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

Pro-life.

Source: Candidate Website (10/04/2008)

Pete Coors

I have a fundamental belief in the sanctity of human life. I am opposed to abortion.

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

Pro-Choice

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Ken Salazar

I believe the decision to have an abortion should be between a woman and her God. I will defend that Constitutional right. But I hope that we can work together as a nation to find common ground that makes abortions rare, by providing the best information

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Abortion, a General Statement
Wayne Allard

No response

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

No response

Ken Salazar

I believe the decision to have an abortion should be between a woman and her God. I will defend that Constitutional right. But I hope that we can work together as a nation to find common ground that makes abortions rare, by providing the best information

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Stem Cell Research, a General Statement
Wayne Allard

I support adult stem cell research. As a veterinarian, I have a special appreciation for scientific research that produces results and cures diseases. Research using adult stem cells has produced results that have the potential to cure numerous diseases.

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

No response

Ken Salazar

No response

Parental Notification
Wayne Allard

No response

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

No response

Ken Salazar

I do support parental notification, with appropriate bypass procedures.

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Partial-birth Abortions
Wayne Allard

No response

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

Opposed to partial-birth abortion.

Source: Candidate Website (10/04/2008)

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

I support a womans right to choose at ANY time during her pregnancy.

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Ken Salazar

I support bans on late term abortions, except when necessary to protect the life or health of the mother.

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Stem-cell Research for Medical Advancements
Wayne Allard

I support adult stem cell research. As a veterinarian, I have a special appreciation for scientific research that produces results and cures diseases. Research using adult stem cells has produced results that have the potential to cure numerous diseases.

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

No response

Ken Salazar

No response

Using Embryos in Stem Cell Research
Wayne Allard

According to Dr. Donald Orlic of the National Human Genome Research Institute, scientists have found that adult stem cells from the bone marrow of adult mice can rebuild a damaged heart by creating new heart muscle and blood vessels. Dr. Orlic stated

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

No response

Ken Salazar

No response

Crime
Crime, a General Statement
Wayne Allard

I have always supported measures that are tough on those who break the law, but the importance of rehabilitation can not be forgotten. I believe this should be the first course of action, but clearly there are some people who are not receptive to rehabilitation

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

No response

Ken Salazar

I support expanding hate crimes laws to include sexual orientation.

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Reducing Crime
Wayne Allard

No response

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

End drug prohibition & eliminate "victimless" crime laws - allowing law enforcement to focus on "real" criminals.

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Ken Salazar

No response

Rehabilitation
Wayne Allard

I have always supported measures that are tough on those who break the law, but the importance of rehabilitation can not be forgotten. I believe this should be the first course of action, but clearly there are some people who are not receptive to rehabilitation and continue to commit crimes.

Source: allard.senate.gov/public/index.cfm?FuseAction=Legislation.ViewIssue (04/21/2008)

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

No response

Ken Salazar

No response

Hate Crime
Wayne Allard

No response

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

No response

Ken Salazar

I support expanding hate crimes laws to include sexual orientation.

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Courts, Laws & Justice
Courts, a General Statement
Wayne Allard

LEGISLATION FROM BENCH

The definition of marriage is far too important to leave open to interpretation by unelected activist courts. In response to recent efforts by activist judges to experiment with this vital social institution I have sponsored an

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

No response

Ken Salazar

No response

America's Criminal Justice System, a General Statement
Wayne Allard

I have always supported measures that are tough on those who break the law, but the importance of rehabilitation can not be forgotten. I believe this should be the first course of action, but clearly there are some people who are not receptive to rehabilitation

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

No response

Ken Salazar

No response

Death Penalty
Wayne Allard

There are some people who are not receptive to rehabilitation and continue to commit crimes. In these instances the courts and individual state legislatures have determined the legal forms of punishment, and in some jurisdiction, the death penalty is one legal option.

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

Yes.

Source: Candidate Website (10/04/2008)

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

No

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Ken Salazar

No response

Three Strikes Criminal Sentencing Standard
Wayne Allard

No response

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

Oppose

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Ken Salazar

No response

Activist Judges Legislating from the Bench
Wayne Allard

The definition of marriage is far too important to leave open to interpretation by unelected activist courts. In response to recent efforts by activist judges to experiment with this vital social institution I have sponsored an amendment to the Constitution

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

Yes

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Ken Salazar

No response

Judicial Appointments
Wayne Allard

No where does the Constitution give Congress the ability to ignore the appointment process. By refusing to give judicial nominations an up or down vote, it is nothing more than a Congressional veto with a fancy name. James Madison characterized the appointment

Source: allard.senate.gov/public/index.cfm?FuseAction=Legislation.ViewIssue (04/21/2008)

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

No response

Ken Salazar

No response

Conservative / Liberal Balance on Supreme Court
Wayne Allard

This debate is not about numbers. It is not about percentages - how many Judges that Republicans confirmed or how many Judges Democrats confirmed. To frame the debate as nothing but a statistical argument is to betray the American people. We were not

Source: allard.senate.gov/public/index.cfm?FuseAction=Legislation.ViewIssue (04/21/2008)

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

No response

Ken Salazar

No response

Federal Judges Confirmation Procedures
Wayne Allard

Through strong and courageous leadership, the President has stood firm against terrorist and terrorist regimes. But our government cannot function without an equally strong Judiciary - the third branch of government. It is through the judiciary that justice

Source: allard.senate.gov/public/index.cfm?FuseAction=Legislation.ViewIssue (04/21/2008)

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

No response

Ken Salazar

No response

Legal Reform, a General Statement
Wayne Allard

The Constitution of the United States is among the most historically significant documents ever written. The Constitution remains at the heart and root of our society and serves as a foundation for democracy and freedom all around the world. It is incumbent

Source: allard.senate.gov/public/index.cfm?FuseAction=Legislation.ViewIssue (04/21/2008)

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

No response

Ken Salazar

No response

Government
Special Interests
Wayne Allard

No response

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

I have pledged during my campaign that I will not accept money, contributions, from any Special Interest Group, Corporation or Lobbyist, in fact I have not solicited money from anyone for use in my campaign, and this will remain so even after I am elected. My vote will always belong to the citizens of Colorado and no one else.

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

No response

Ken Salazar

No response

Health & Medical
Health & Medical Care, a General Statement
Wayne Allard

As health care costs continue to rise, more American families face problems accessing quality health care. We need to do everything possible to make affordable health insurance options available to families and small businesses. We must also increase

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

No response

Ken Salazar

Everyday, millions of Americans struggle with health care expenses they can't afford. Washington has ignored the problem. I believe we have a moral obligation to make sure that all Americans have quality health care they can afford. My plan would cover

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Improving Health & Medical Care
Wayne Allard

As health care costs continue to rise, more American families face problems accessing quality health care. We need to do everything possible to make affordable health insurance options available to families and small businesses. We must also increase

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

Lawsuit abuse in America is out of control. It's causing health care costs to skyrocket and putting doctors out of business. While we lose, the trial lawyers cash in and liberal judges turn a blind-eye. All the lawyers and professional politicians in the Senate won't change things. But I will.

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

Stop passing unconstitutional legislation. There is NO provision in the Constitution for the Federal government to have ANY involvement in Health Care.

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Ken Salazar

Everyday, millions of Americans struggle with health care expenses they can't afford. Washington has ignored the problem. I believe we have a moral obligation to make sure that all Americans have quality health care they can afford. My plan would cover

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Reducing Health Care Costs
Wayne Allard

As health care costs continue to rise, more American families face problems accessing quality health care. We need to do everything possible to make affordable health insurance options available to families and small businesses. We must also increase

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

No response

Ken Salazar

There are 43 million people without health insurance nationwide, and 720,000 of them live right here in Colorado, and nearly twice that many have been without insurance sometime during the past two years. Health insurance premiums continue to skyrocket

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Medical Research
Wayne Allard

Veterinarians have a special expertise in preventing and controlling diseases such as anthrax, West Nile Virus, and bird flu. Yet, there is a critical shortage of veterinarians working in public health practice, and the nation's veterinary medical colleges

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

No response

Ken Salazar

Programs to teach Americans to prevent illness and to manage chronic disease provide an opportunity to improve health and reduce spending by identifying and monitoring high-risk populations. Every dollar we spend on preventing disease saves many dollars in more expensive treatment costs down the road. Savings could total $100 billion over 10 years.

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Physicians
Wayne Allard

I am particularly interested in promoting homeland security by increasing our capacity to deal with infectious diseases and bioterrorism. Veterinarians have a special expertise in preventing and controlling diseases such as anthrax, West Nile Virus, and

Source: allard.senate.gov/public/index.cfm?FuseAction=Legislation.ViewIssue (04/21/2008)

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

No response

Ken Salazar

No response

HIV/AIDS
Wayne Allard

I support the Administration's efforts to fight the increasing threat presented by the surge of HIV/AIDS and other infections diseases facing the world today. I am confident that $15 billion in U.S. assistance over the period of five years to countries

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

No response

Ken Salazar

No response

Bird Flu (Avian Influenza)
Wayne Allard

Veterinarians have a special expertise in preventing and controlling diseases such as bird flu. Yet, there is a critical shortage of veterinarians working in public health practice, and the nation's veterinary medical colleges do not have the capacity

Source: allard.senate.gov/public/index.cfm?FuseAction=Legislation.ViewIssue (04/21/2008)

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

No response

Ken Salazar

No response

West Nile Virus
Wayne Allard

Veterinarians have a special expertise in preventing and controlling diseases such as West Nile Virus. Yet, there is a critical shortage of veterinarians working in public health practice, and the nation's veterinary medical colleges do not have the capacity

Source: allard.senate.gov/public/index.cfm?FuseAction=Legislation.ViewIssue (04/21/2008)

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

No response

Ken Salazar

No response

Business
Business, a General Statement
Wayne Allard

BANKING

As consumers are becoming more sophisticated and demanding more options to meet their needs, the banking and financial services industries have undergone significant changes. In order to make their financial decisions, it is important that consumers

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

No response

Ken Salazar

No response

Business Tax Incentives
Wayne Allard

Promoting small business promotes our economy. Therefore, it is essential that we implement policies and reduce taxes to help them grow and thrive.

Source: allard.senate.gov/public/index.cfm?FuseAction=Legislation.ViewIssue (04/21/2008)

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

In the past three years, more than 100 million American taxpayers have seen their income tax bills reduced. And 23 million small businesses have tax savings to invest in new equipment, new facilities and new workers.

The result is that more than 300,000

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

Support

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Ken Salazar

No response

Small Business
Wayne Allard

As a former small business owner, I clearly understand both the challenges and rewards of starting and running a small business. Small businesses represent an entry point into the U.S. economy, especially for women and minorities. No other country in

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

No response

Ken Salazar

No response

Minority-Owned Businesses
Wayne Allard

Small businesses represent an entry point into the U.S. economy, especially for women and minorities.

Source: allard.senate.gov/public/index.cfm?FuseAction=Legislation.ViewIssue (04/21/2008)

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

No response

Ken Salazar

No response

Banking Practices
Wayne Allard

As consumers are becoming more sophisticated and demanding more options to meet their needs, the banking and financial services industries have undergone significant changes. In order to make their financial decisions, it is important that consumers receive

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

No response

Ken Salazar

No response

Energy, Gas, Oil & Autos
Energy, a General Statement
Wayne Allard

There is no single approach to solving the problems of energy dependence or current energy costs. I support an energy policy that calls for greater dependence on domestic energy sources, including oil, natural gas, clean coal, nuclear, and renewable resources.

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

No response

Ken Salazar

Salazar helped lead the successful bipartisan effort to pass the National Energy Policy Act of 2005, an important first step toward energy independence. He has since helped form a bipartisan coalition of ten Senators pressing for greater use of renewable fuels and improved motor vehicle efficiency.

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Gas Prices
Wayne Allard

No response

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

In a free Market economy the price of gasoline - and every other product/service will fluxuate based on demand and supply.

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Ken Salazar

No response

Renewable Energy, Solar, Biomass and Wind
Wayne Allard

As a founder and co-chairman of the Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Caucus I am supportive of incentives that are included in the legislation to continue moving the country's use of renewable resources forward. Technological advancements in solar,

Source: allard.senate.gov/public/index.cfm?FuseAction=Legislation.ViewIssue (04/21/2008)

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

No response

Ken Salazar

Renewable energy is a win-win-win proposition. It's cost-effective, reduces air pollution, and is an economic boon to rural areas. Fourteen states already have renewable energy standards that encourage or require the development of renewable energy sources,

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Fuel Efficiency & Corporate Average Fuel Economy (CAFE) Standards
Wayne Allard

No response

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

No response

Ken Salazar

Yes.

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Solar Energy Investment Tax Credit Bill
Wayne Allard

No response

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

No response

Ken Salazar

Salazar helped lead the successful bipartisan effort to pass the National Energy Policy Act of 2005, an important first step toward energy independence. He has since helped form a bipartisan coalition of ten Senators pressing for greater use of renewable fuels and improved motor vehicle efficiency.

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Natural Gas
Wayne Allard

There are more than 1,300 wells producing clean, domestic supplies of natural gas within Colorado's Naval Oil Shale Reserve lands. Of these, 333 are operating on federal lands and the production royalties derived from these wells are deposited in a trust

Source: allard.senate.gov/public/index.cfm?FuseAction=Legislation.ViewIssue (04/21/2008)

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

No response

Ken Salazar

No response

Energy Bill
Wayne Allard

I would like to first speak about oil shale, a promising fuel source found in abundance in the Rocky Mountains. Some of the oil shale resource lies under private lands, but much of it - certainly the richest deposit - is under federal lands. It is bad

Source: allard.senate.gov/public/index.cfm?FuseAction=Legislation.ViewIssue (04/21/2008)

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

No response

Ken Salazar

No response

Labor Wages & Unions
Labor, a General Statement
Wayne Allard

I have consistently opposed legislation that would compel employees to join unions, and will carefully examine any legislation that would compromise an employee's right to choose his or her representation. For the most part, there are already existing

Source: allard.senate.gov/public/index.cfm?FuseAction=Legislation.ViewIssue (04/21/2008)

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

No response

Ken Salazar

No response

Unions, a General Statement
Wayne Allard

I have consistently opposed legislation that would compel employees to join unions, and will carefully examine any legislation that would compromise an employee's right to choose his or her representation. For the most part, there are already existing

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

No response

Ken Salazar

No response

Minimum Wage
Wayne Allard

No response

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

The Federal minimum wages laws should be abolished.

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Ken Salazar

No response

Values, Religion & Family
American Values
Wayne Allard

Over two hundred years ago, our founding fathers recognized the importance of becoming an independent nation; a nation where all men were created equal and have an inherent right to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. In the beginning, most thought

Source: allard.senate.gov/public/index.cfm?FuseAction=Legislation.ViewIssue (04/21/2008)

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

No response

Ken Salazar

No response

Religion, a General Statement
Wayne Allard

S. 1558

To restore religious freedoms.

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled,

SECTION 1. SHORT TITLE.

This Act may be cited as the `Religious Liberties Restoration Act'.

SEC.

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

No response

Ken Salazar

No response

Religion in Government
Wayne Allard

RELIGIOUS LIBERTY RIGHTS DECLARED.

(a) DISPLAY OF TEN COMMANDMENTS- The power to display the Ten Commandments on or within property owned or administered by the several States or political subdivisions of such States is among the powers reserved to the

Source: allard.senate.gov/public/index.cfm?FuseAction=Legislation.ViewIssue (04/21/2008)

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

No response

Ken Salazar

No response

Transportation
Transportation, a General Statement
Wayne Allard

Americans are increasingly reliant on aviation for personal and business travel. As access to aviation continues to grow the federal government must be responsive to the needs and safety of pilots and passengers.

Public transportation is a key component

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

No response

Ken Salazar

No response

Air
Wayne Allard

Americans are increasingly reliant on aviation for personal and business travel. As access to aviation continues to grow the federal government must be responsive to the needs and safety of pilots and passengers.

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

No response

Ken Salazar

No response

Public Transportation
Wayne Allard

Public transportation is a key component of our nation's transportation infrastructure and can provide safe, reliable, efficient, and economical service. Public transportation can create jobs and stimulate economic development, as well as reduce traffic congestion and pollution.

Source: allard.senate.gov/public/index.cfm?FuseAction=Legislation.ViewIssue (04/21/2008)

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

No response

Ken Salazar

No response

Veterans
Veterans, a General Statement
Wayne Allard

We must never forget those who have served their country proudly and defended the freedom we all hold dear. Since my tenure on the Senate Budget Committee starting in 2000, we have been successful in securing a more than 40% increase in the Veterans'

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

No response

Ken Salazar

My family takes pride in military service. My father insisted, even though Alzheimer's had taken much of his mind, that he be buried in his World War II uniform when he died almost three years ago. My Uncle Leandro was killed defending our nation in that

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Veterans' Health and Medical Care
Wayne Allard

We must never forget those who have served their country proudly and defended the freedom we all hold dear. Under the Bush Administration, the VA budget has increased dramatically--in fact by nearly 75%. Of course, the face-to-face contact of medical

Source: allard.senate.gov/public/index.cfm?FuseAction=Legislation.ViewIssue (04/21/2008)

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

No response

Ken Salazar

No response

GI Bill & Veterans' Benefits
Wayne Allard

We must never forget those who have served their country proudly and defended the freedom we all hold dear. Since my tenure on the Senate Budget Committee starting in 2000, we have been successful in securing a more than 40% increase in the Veterans'

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

No response

Ken Salazar

In June, 1944, our nation enacted the G.I. Bill, creating education, job training and home mortgage benefits for the veterans of World War II. Now, 60 years later, we should recommit ourselves to honor the promises we have made to the brave men and women

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Veterans Funding
Wayne Allard

No response

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

No response

Ken Salazar

Our nation promised free health care for life to our veterans, but the federal government now imposes monthly premiums, deductibles and co-pays upon them. The federal government even excludes veterans from health care if they earn more than the modest

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Civil Rights
Civil Rights, a General Statement
Wayne Allard

DEATH PENALTY

There are some people who are not receptive to rehabilitation and continue to commit crimes. In these instances the courts and individual state legislatures have determined the legal forms of punishment, and in some jurisdiction, the death

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

No response

Ken Salazar

We must commit ourselves to fight terror without sacrificing the very freedoms we are fighting to protect. Many terrorists see our way of life and our personal freedoms as a direct challenge: We are democratic, they are autocratic; we value diversity,

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

USA Patriot Act
Wayne Allard

No response

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

My impression of the Patriot Act is that in regard to basic civil liberties it is extremely unpatriotic. It takes away the very essence of what it means to be a citizen of the United States of America. This Act should be repealed in it's entirety and

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

Yes

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Ken Salazar

We must commit ourselves to fight terror without sacrificing the very freedoms we are fighting to protect. Many terrorists see our way of life and our personal freedoms as a direct challenge: We are democratic, they are autocratic; we value diversity,

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Human Rights
Wayne Allard

Protection of the human rights was the most important issue when the Founding Fathers established the Union. The United States continues to be a leader of democracy and human rights in the international arena, helping secure the peace, deter aggression,

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

No response

Ken Salazar

No response

Property Rights vs. Civil Rights
Wayne Allard

I am a strong supporter of private property rights. One of the basic foundations of our democracy, both economically and philosophically, is ownership of property. We need to be careful that state or federal government does not infringe the right to own

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

No response

Ken Salazar

No response

Homes
Housing, a General Statement
Wayne Allard

While Americans today enjoy the worlds greatest opportunities for becoming homeowners, only 48 percent of African-American and Hispanic families own their homes as compared to 75 percent of non-Hispanic whites who own their homes. For many of these families,

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

No response

Ken Salazar

No response

Homeownership
Wayne Allard

Homeownership has long been the American dream, and fortunately many families have been able to achieve that dream. The rate of homeownership in the United States has risen steadily over the past few years to record high levels. However, for some families

Source: allard.senate.gov/public/index.cfm?FuseAction=Legislation.ViewIssue (04/21/2008)

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

No response

Ken Salazar

No response

Affordable Housing
Wayne Allard

By working together at the local, state, and federal level we can develop new and innovative solutions to address our affordable housing needs. As Chairman of the Senate Housing and Transportation Subcommittee, I will continue to make affordable housing

Source: allard.senate.gov/public/index.cfm?FuseAction=Legislation.ViewIssue (04/21/2008)

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

No response

Ken Salazar

No response

Prescription Drugs
Importing Prescription Drugs from Canada
Wayne Allard

No response

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

I believe in free trade where there is a level playing field and support importation so long as certain requirements are met that guarantee safety as assure the import does not undermine U.S. trade companies through unfair trade practices.

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

Support

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Ken Salazar

There is no reason why American consumers should pay much more for the same drugs than our neighbors in Canada. Congress should direct the immediate creation of a program to regulate the safe importation of prescription drugs from Canada by licensed American pharmacists. There is broad bi-partisan support for this action.

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Negotiating Pharmaceutical Prices
Wayne Allard

No response

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

No

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Ken Salazar

The Veterans Administration has worked to control the cost for providing health care to veterans by negotiating with drug companies for better prices. Astonishingly, Congress passed a law last year that prohibits Medicare from negotiating lower prescription

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Bringing Generic Drugs on the Market Sooner
Wayne Allard

No response

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

Yes

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Ken Salazar

No response

Social Security & Pensions
Social Security, a General Statement
Wayne Allard

Since its creation in 1935, Social Security has been an important component of retirement security for our nation's seniors. And while the system is safe for today's retirees, without reform it will not be available for our grandchildren. As the Social

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

No response

Ken Salazar

My parents' generation has rightly been called the "greatest generation." They survived the Depression, fought and won World War II, and built the American economy into the most powerful economic machine the world has ever known. Along the way, they helped

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Long Term Viability of Social Security
Wayne Allard

As the Social Security Trustees stated in their 2005 report, the current system cannot pay future retirees the benefits they are owed. Social Security is a pay-as-you-go system with current workers paying for current retirees' benefits. We have fewer

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

Social Security should be banned.

Source: Candidate Website (10/04/2008)

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

Preserve and enhance Social Security. My plan calls for using this years surplus, approximately 89 million dollars, by giving it to national banks to used for loans and mortgages with a percentage of the profits paid to the fund. This will preserve and enhance the principal and return money to the economy.

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

The Social Security System should be abolished.

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Ken Salazar

As a nation, we entered into a compact with those who paved the way for us. As a nation, we promised them that if they worked hard and paid their taxes, there would be Social Security and Medicare benefits available to help support them when it came time

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Privatizing Social Security
Wayne Allard

I support allowing younger workers the option to invest a portion of their money if they choose. Younger workers should have the ability to decide what is the best option for their personal financial future. Social Security is a valuable program, and I will work to make sure that it exists for future generations.

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

No response

Ken Salazar

Ensuring the stability of Social Security pensions is more important now than ever. Just as many Americans have lost all or part of their retirement savings because of corporate fraud and precipitous drops in the stock market, privatization proposals

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Pensions, a General Statement
Wayne Allard

As the baby boomers near retirement, individuals and families are beginning to focus more on retirement security. Pensions are an important part of retirement planning. Along with Social Security and private savings and investments, pensions can help

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

No response

Ken Salazar

No response

Pension Reform
Wayne Allard

As the baby boomers near retirement, individuals and families are beginning to focus more on retirement security. Pensions are an important part of retirement planning. Along with Social Security and private savings and investments, pensions can help

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

No response

Ken Salazar

No response

Corporate Defined Benefit Pension Defaults
Wayne Allard

Congress must be careful not to place so many restrictions and mandates on private pensions that employers simply choose to no longer offer pensions. We must also work to ensure the long term viability of the Pension Benefit Guarantee Corporation.

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

No response

Ken Salazar

No response

Consumers
Consumer Fraud and Protection
Wayne Allard

The Securities and Exchange Commission has been active in combating securities and investment fraud aimed at seniors. The SEC convened the first ever Senior Summit last year to help develop strategies that safeguard senior's financial security. This year's

Source: allard.senate.gov/public/index.cfm?FuseAction=Legislation.ViewIssue (04/21/2008)

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

No response

Ken Salazar

No response

Financial Consumer Protection
Wayne Allard

The Securities and Exchange Commission has been active in combating securities and investment fraud aimed at seniors. The SEC convened the first ever Senior Summit last year to help develop strategies that safeguard senior's financial security.

Seniors

Source: allard.senate.gov/public/index.cfm?FuseAction=Legislation.ViewIssue (04/21/2008)

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

No response

Ken Salazar

No response

Illegal Drugs & Marijuana
Illegal Drugs, a General Statement
Wayne Allard

Drugs have had a devastating impact on our society. One tragedy caused by drug use is the separation of families when one member is sent to prison for distributing or possessing drugs. However, the devastating impact drugs have had in the lives of habitual

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

No response

Ken Salazar

No response

Medical Use of Marijuana
Wayne Allard

No response

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No.

Source: Candidate Website (10/04/2008)

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

Yes

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Ken Salazar

No response

Legalization of Marijuana
Wayne Allard

No response

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No. Opposes legalization of all recreational drugs.

Source: Candidate Website (10/04/2008)

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

Yes

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Ken Salazar

No response

War on Drugs
Wayne Allard

Drugs have had a devastating impact on our society. One tragedy caused by drug use is the separation of families when one member is sent to prison for distributing or possessing drugs. However, the devastating impact drugs have had in the lives of habitual

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

The "War on Drugs" should end.

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Ken Salazar

No response

Punishments for Drug Crimes
Wayne Allard

Drugs have had a devastating impact on our society. One tragedy caused by drug use is the separation of families when one member is sent to prison for distributing or possessing drugs. However, the devastating impact drugs have had in the lives of habitual

Source: allard.senate.gov/public/index.cfm?FuseAction=Legislation.ViewIssue (04/21/2008)

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

No. Far to strict and excessive.

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Ken Salazar

No response

Poverty & Welfare
Welfare, a General Statement
Wayne Allard

Colorado has made remarkable progress in the Welfare to Work programs and has been able to move thousands from welfare rolls to working self-sufficiency because of the flexibility available under the Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) program.

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

No response

Ken Salazar

No response

Improving the Welfare System
Wayne Allard

Colorado has made remarkable progress in the Welfare to Work programs and has been able to move thousands from welfare rolls to working self-sufficiency because of the flexibility available under the Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) program.

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

Supports legislation to allow families leaving welfare to receive Transitional Medical Assistance for up to one year as they move from welfare to work.

Source: Candidate Website (10/04/2008)

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

The welfare system should be abolished.

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Ken Salazar

No response

Science, Technology & Space
Science, a General Statement
Wayne Allard

As a veterinarian I am personally aware of the practical application of scientific research in our daily lives. One of the most important things the federal government can do is to create an environment that fosters research and development in space and

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

No response

Ken Salazar

No response

Science and Technology Research and Development
Wayne Allard

As a veterinarian I am personally aware of the practical application of scientific research in our daily lives. One of the most important things the federal government can do is to create an environment that fosters research and development in space and

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

No response

Ken Salazar

No response

Technology, a General Statement
Wayne Allard

Colorado has long benefited from the presence of our cutting edge research universities and innovative technology and telecommunications companies. Our state continually ranks among the top nationally in advanced degrees, technology workers per capita,

Source: allard.senate.gov/public/index.cfm?FuseAction=Legislation.ViewIssue (04/21/2008)

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

No response

Ken Salazar

No response

Space, a General Statement
Wayne Allard

Commercial space technology and development has contributed in numerous ways to improving our quality of life as well as enhanced our national security. Colorado is on the forefront of advancing commercial space technology that will both create jobs and

Source: allard.senate.gov/public/index.cfm?FuseAction=Legislation.ViewIssue (04/21/2008)

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

No response

Ken Salazar

No response

Food & Agriculture
Agriculture, a General Statement
Wayne Allard

Agriculture has been, and continues to be, an important part of our economy. The problems and issues faced by agricultural producers are numerous. I grew up on my family's agricultural operation in northern Colorado, and have experienced first hand the

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

No response

Ken Salazar

I will also be an independent voice for agriculture and our rural economy and small towns. Economically, Colorado has become two states -- many parts prosperous, dynamic, and growing, and others poorer, stagnant, and shrinking. I want to prevent the permanent

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Farm Subsidies
Wayne Allard

No response

Ben Nighthorse Campbell

No response

Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell

No response

Pete Coors

No response

Victor Good

No response

Finn Gotaas

No response

John R. "Rob" Harris

No response

Richard Randall

No

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

Ken Salazar

I will also be an independent voice for agriculture and our rural economy and small towns. Economically, Colorado has become two states -- many parts prosperous, dynamic, and growing, and others poorer, stagnant, and shrinking. I want to prevent the permanent

Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)

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