Public Advocate Announces Candidate Survey
Falls Church, VA -- Public Advocate President Eugene Delgaudio announced today that the organization would be launching a major candidate survey this month that will investigate the position of all candidates for national office on issues of importance to American families.
The survey will be ask candidates questions which will range from their position on the Traditional Marriage Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, which would permanently define marriage as a union between one man and one woman, to asking if they would vote to remove radical judges who are legislating the homosexual agenda from the bench.
"It is vital that pro-family Americans know how these candidates stand on these vital issues," said Delgaudio while announcing the survey. "The family is under attack by radicals who wish to force their immorality on all America now more than ever, and Public Advocate will ensure that when its members and other pro-family Americans go to the polls in November, they know how those that seek to represent them will vote on these essential issues."
Public Advocate will release the results of its survey at www.publicadvocateusa.org in the early fall. For more information contact Jesse R. Binnall at 703.582.7924.