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Compare the Candidates
on Jobs
Candidates' Positions and Views
for: U.S. Senate, Colorado
November 2004 General Election
Candidates positions and views on other Issues where information is available:
The report below lists the candidate responses to Jobs issue questions. The responses were provided by Wayne Allard, Ben Nighthorse Campbell, Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell, Pete Coors, Victor Good, Finn Gotaas, John R. "Rob" Harris, Richard Randall and Ken Salazar or were obtained from their websites. The candidates select the issues and questions for which they want to provide a response. The first link is a report of all the issues and questions made available to the candidates. Many issues and questions had no responses - links are only provided where we have information. If there are many candidates for this office, you may have to scroll down to compare all responses.
Jobs Wayne Allard - R



Ben Nighthorse Campbell - R



Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell - C



Jobs, a General Statement 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)
   
Workers Benefits 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)
   
These are available issue topics for which there were no responses.
Working Class
Foreign Job Outsourcing
Affirmative Action
Workplace Violence Against Women
Independent Workers
Equal Pay Act
Paid Sick, Family and Maternity Leave
Family and Medical Leave Act
Unemployment Insurance
Workplace Protections
Mine Safety and Health
Job Growth
Government Subsidized Jobs
Reward companies that create domestic jobs
Child Labor
Quality of Jobs
Occupational Safety and Health (OSHA)
Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)
Unemployment Insurance (UI)
Overtime Rights
Employment Discrimination
Retirees Returning To Work
Jobs Pete Coors - R



Website

Victor Good - REF



Website

Finn Gotaas - U



Job Growth 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 to streamlining government, reducing red tape and bureaucracy on business, simplifying the tax code, and tackling the tough issue of tort reform and frivolous lawsuits.
Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)
   
These are available issue topics for which there were no responses.
Jobs, a General Statement
Working Class
Foreign Job Outsourcing
Affirmative Action
Workplace Violence Against Women
Independent Workers
Equal Pay Act
Paid Sick, Family and Maternity Leave
Family and Medical Leave Act
Unemployment Insurance
Workplace Protections
Mine Safety and Health
Government Subsidized Jobs
Reward companies that create domestic jobs
Child Labor
Quality of Jobs
Occupational Safety and Health (OSHA)
Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)
Unemployment Insurance (UI)
Workers Benefits
Overtime Rights
Employment Discrimination
Retirees Returning To Work
Jobs John R. "Rob" Harris - I



Website

Richard Randall - L



Website

Ken Salazar - D



Website

Jobs, a General Statement     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, when it comes to federal spending, the deficit and tax and fiscal policy. Unfortunately, too many families are struggling, feeling the pain of job cuts and insecurity, and their dreams for the future put on hold or changed forever. I want to be a voice in the Senate for those families. One of my highest priorities will be to promote policies that create jobs and economic opportunity. I will work with business and community leaders throughout Colorado to achieve that goal.
Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)
Foreign Job Outsourcing     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 taxes on dividend income and no capital gains in common stock held at least five years. We should give stockholders a reason to demand domestic production.
Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)
Affirmative Action   Libertarians are opposed to Affirmative Action.
Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)
 
Job Growth   Eliminate various taxes and regulations.
Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)
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, when it comes to federal spending, the deficit and tax and fiscal policy. Unfortunately, too many families are struggling, feeling the pain of job cuts and insecurity, and their dreams for the future put on hold or changed forever. I want to be a voice in the Senate for those families. One of my highest priorities will be to promote policies that create jobs and economic opportunity. I will work with business and community leaders throughout Colorado to achieve that goal.
Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)
Employment Discrimination     I support laws prohibiting discrimination in employment, housing and public accommodations.
Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)
These are available issue topics for which there were no responses.
Working Class
Workplace Violence Against Women
Independent Workers
Equal Pay Act
Paid Sick, Family and Maternity Leave
Family and Medical Leave Act
Unemployment Insurance
Workplace Protections
Mine Safety and Health
Government Subsidized Jobs
Reward companies that create domestic jobs
Child Labor
Quality of Jobs
Occupational Safety and Health (OSHA)
Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)
Unemployment Insurance (UI)
Workers Benefits
Overtime Rights
Retirees Returning To Work
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