Defending the family

Eugene Delgaudio Asks 50+ U.S. Senators, Candidates To Take A Stand For the Family

Public Advocate of the United States is surveying more than 50 candidates for U.S. Senate across the country. Our survey addresses critical issues related to Family Values and Real Marriage in America.

You can find the actual candidates survey posted here: http://www.publicadvocateusa.org/survey.php?id=40

All candidates have been informed in writing that failure to return a survey, or failure to answer a question, will result in a 0% Pro-Family status with Public Advocate. Public Advocate grading is based on the marked answers in the form signed by the candidate and a 100% grade is possible and has been accomplished by several candidates.

"There is no grading curve on the Public Advocate survey for anybody running for the U.S. Senate," says Eugene Delgaudio, president of Public Advocate of the US Inc.

All candidates have been informed in writing the results (or lack of results) will be shared publicly.

All candidates were mailed Public Advocate's candidates survey by USPS certified mail and by regular mail separately.


Many surveys (except those recently mailed) have been confirmed received with a signed receipt.

Below are all the candidates surveyed by state, the dates they were mailed our survey, and the dates the surveys are due to be returned. This survey is being undertaken without any bias as to political party and without any input or coordination from any of the candidate campaigns. The purpose of this survey is to determine where these candidates stand on critical issues, not to endorse any candidacy.

Public Advocate in North Carolina

In North Carolina, Public Advocate mailed surveys on January 27, to the following candidates: Kay Hagan, Greg Brannon, Heather Grant, Thom Tillis, and Mark Harris. These surveys were due to be returned on March 1.

A third mailing to the candidates who did not respond was sent Monday, March 10.

Public Advocate in Colorado

In Colorado, Public Advocate mailed surveys on January 27, to the following candidates: Mark Udall, Owen Hill, Mark Aspiri, Randy Baumgardner, Ken Buck, Any Stephens, Jaime McMillan, Tom Janich, Floyd Trujillo and Cory Gardner. Due to Gardner's late entry into the race, the deadline for the return of these surveys has been extended to March 31.

A third mailing was sent March 10 to the Colorado candidates.

Public Advocate in Tennessee

In Tennessee, Public Advocate mailed earlier surveys on January 27, to the following candidates: Lamar Alexander, Joe Carr, and again March 10 to all and announced candidates: Brenda Lenard, Danny Page, and Gordon Ball. These surveys are due to be returned on March 31.

Public Advocate in Arkansas

In Arkansas, Public Advocate mailed surveys on March 10, to the following candidates: Mark Pryor, Tom Cotton, Mary Swaney and Nathan LaFrance. These surveys are due to be returned on March 31.

Public Advocate in South Carolina

In South Carolina, Public Advocate mailed surveys on March 10, to the following candidates: Lindsey Graham, Det Bowers, Lee Bright, Richard Cash, Bill Connor, Nancy Mace and Jay Stamper. These surveys are due to be returned on March 31.

Public Advocate in Kentucky

In Kentucky, Public Advocate mailed surveys on March 10, to the following candidates: Mitch McConnell, Matt Bevin, Brad Copas, Chris Payne, Shawna Sterling, Burrel Farnsley, Alison Lundergan, Greg Leichty and Tom Recktenwald. These surveys are due to be returned on March 31.

Public Advocate in Texas

In Texas, Public Advocate mailed surveys on January 27, to the following candidates: John Cornyn, Chris Mapp, Dwayne Stovall, Reid Reasor, Linda Vega, Ken Cope, Curt Cleaver, Steve Stockman, David Alameel, Michael Fjetland, Harry Kim, Maxey Scherr and Kesha Rogers. These surveys were due to be returned on February 15.

Public Advocate posted on this website publicadocateusa.org and notified the news media in Washington, D.C. and the respective states through the Christian News wire service of this outreach to 55 candidates several times in February.

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