Group Unveils 2002 National Congressional Candidate Survey
Falls Church, VA - Eugene Delgaudio, Executive Director of Public Advocate of the United States, a Virginia based pro-family group, announced today that their 2002 congressional candidate survey is being mailed out to over 800 candidates for House and Senate seats across America to ascertain their beliefs about issues essential to pro-family voters.
The data collected from those who return the survey will be disseminated to over one hundred thousand of Public Advocate's members and supporters in all fifty states so that they can make an informed decision in the November elections. The organization will also post much of the information on their website located at www.publicadvocateusa.org.
Candidates are asked about such vital issues as whether they would support federal legislation to protect children in the taxpayer supported Big Brothers Big Sisters of America program from the radical homosexual lobby and whether they will support ultra-left wing Senator Ted Kennedy's proposal to force private businesses to hire homosexuals, regardless of their moral or religious beliefs.
"Every day, the radical Homosexual Lobby erodes the American family through legislation designed to incorporate the homosexual 'lifestyle,'" said Delgaudio while announcing the survey. "As a moral, pro-family organization, Public Advocate will continue to defend American citizens against legislation that is both immoral and dangerous to families and children. By completing and returning the survey candidates have the opportunity to let voters know if they plan on helping or hindering family values if they are elected to a position of public trust."
Public Advocate has been fighting for the American Family as a non-profit, 501.c.4 organization since 1978. The entire survey is available upon request. For more information please contact Jesse Binnall at 703/582-7924 or by email at Jesse@Binnall.com.
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