NC Family Policy Council's primary election voter guide available online

NC Family Policy Council's primary election voter guide available online

By Harlan Brown
May 1, 2010

For North Carolina voters who care about preserving the family and traditional family values, the North Carolina Family Policy Council's 2010 Primary Election Voter Guide provides a wealth of information about primary election candidates.

The voter guide is online at http://www.ncfpc.org/voterguide2010. The voter guide is based on responses to three questionnaires sent to three categories of candidates:

  • US congressional candidates (Senate and House)
  • NC judicial candidates (Supreme Court, Court of Appeals, and Superior Court)
  • NC legislative candidates (Senate and House)

Voting record vs. questionnaire answer

I noticed a discrepancy between a candidate's answer and his voting record: US Senator Richard Burr's answered No to Question 13, "Should human embryos be used for research purposes?". However, Burr voted Yes on the Stem Cell Research Enhancement Act of 2007, vote number 2007-127. Whether other discrepancies exist for Burr or other incumbents, I do not know.

The primary election is on Tuesday, May 4.

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