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Public Advocate Releases California U.S. Senate Candidates' Survey

Public Advocate is pleased to announce the results of our California U.S. Senate Candidates Survey on Family Values.

Public Advocate president Eugene Delgaudio is notifying supporters and the public about the results of the California Senate Survey effort today, Primary Day in California.

This survey asks candidates 8 critical questions regarding issues from Real Marriage to Religious Liberty to "transgender bathrooms."

All candidates were warned that failure to return their survey would result in a 0% Pro-Family rating. And any question left blank would be considered an anti-family response.

California Senate Candidates Survey Results:

Jerry J. Law (Republican Party): 100% Pro-Family

Tom Palzer (Republican Party): 100% Pro-Family

Karen Rosenberry (Republican Party): 100% Pro-Family

Phil Wyman (Republican Party): 100% Pro-Family

Don J. Grundmann (Constitution Party): 100% Pro-Family

Don Krampe (Republican Party): 100% Pro-Family

Tim Gildersleeve (Independent): partially Pro-Family

Candidates from the major political parties that earned a 0% Family Grade include the following:

Kamala D. Harris (Democrat Party): 0% Pro-Family

Loretta L. Sanchez (Democrat Party): 0% Pro-Family
Cristina Grappo (Democrat Party): 0% Pro-Family
Massie Munroe (Democrat Party): 0% Pro-Family
Herbert G. Peters (Democrat Party): 0% Pro-Family
Emory Rodgers (Democrat Party): 0% Pro-Family
Steve Stokes (Democrat Party): 0% Pro-Family
Ron Unz (Republican Party): 0% Pro-Family
Greg Conlon (Republican Party): 0% Pro-Family
Thomas G Del Beccaro (Republican Party): 0% Pro-Family
Von Hougo (Republican Party): 0% Pro-Family
Duf Sundheim (Republican Party): 0% Pro-Family
Jarrell Williamson (Republican Party): 0% Pro-Family
George C. Yang (Republican Party): 0% Pro-Family

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