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Compare the Candidates
on Labor Wages & Unions
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 Labor Wages & Unions 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.
Labor Wages & Unions Wayne Allard - R



Ben Nighthorse Campbell - R



Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell - C



Labor, a General Statement 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 laws and regulations that protect the rights of employees in their occupations. Thanks to the free market, individuals also have a choice in choosing the occupation that they feel best suits their needs, whether that be wages or working conditions. 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: allard.senate.gov/
public/index.cfm?FuseAction=Legislation.ViewIssue
(04/21/2008)
   
Unions, a General Statement 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 laws and regulations that protect the rights of employees in their occupations. Thanks to the free market, individuals also have a choice in choosing the occupation that they feel best suits their needs, whether that be wages or working conditions.
Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)
   
These are available issue topics for which there were no responses.
Wages, a General Statement
Employee Free Choice Act
Right-to-Work Laws
National Labor Relations Board (NLRB)
Worker Retraining
Immigration of Highly Skilled Workers
Minimum Wage
Wage Discrimination
Time-and-a-Half for Overtime
Davis Bacon Act
Political Activities of Public Union Members
Wage Gap between Rich and Poor
CEO Pay
Wage Gap between Men and Women
Organized Labor's Place in America
Permanent Replacement of Strikers
Declining Percent of Unionized Workers
Labor Wages & Unions Pete Coors - R



Website

Victor Good - REF



Website

Finn Gotaas - U



These are available issue topics for which there were no responses.
Labor, a General Statement
Wages, a General Statement
Unions, a General Statement
Employee Free Choice Act
Right-to-Work Laws
National Labor Relations Board (NLRB)
Worker Retraining
Immigration of Highly Skilled Workers
Minimum Wage
Wage Discrimination
Time-and-a-Half for Overtime
Davis Bacon Act
Political Activities of Public Union Members
Wage Gap between Rich and Poor
CEO Pay
Wage Gap between Men and Women
Organized Labor's Place in America
Permanent Replacement of Strikers
Declining Percent of Unionized Workers
Labor Wages & Unions John R. "Rob" Harris - I



Website

Richard Randall - L



Website

Ken Salazar - D



Website

Minimum Wage   The Federal minimum wages laws should be abolished.
Source: Candidate Website (10/02/2004)
 
These are available issue topics for which there were no responses.
Labor, a General Statement
Wages, a General Statement
Unions, a General Statement
Employee Free Choice Act
Right-to-Work Laws
National Labor Relations Board (NLRB)
Worker Retraining
Immigration of Highly Skilled Workers
Wage Discrimination
Time-and-a-Half for Overtime
Davis Bacon Act
Political Activities of Public Union Members
Wage Gap between Rich and Poor
CEO Pay
Wage Gap between Men and Women
Organized Labor's Place in America
Permanent Replacement of Strikers
Declining Percent of Unionized Workers
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