It's Questionnaire Time
So far, I've received 5 candidate questionnaires. Two were from "Pro-Choice" groups, two were from teacher unions, and the other from PromoPac (GLBT issues). I doubt if I'llget any endoresements from these groups, since I'll provide a lot of "half-a-loaf" answers - while I may agree with some of their objectives, as a good Libertarian I don't think government mandates are the way to acheive them.
The best survey was from a local pro-choice group. They asked for detailed answers to their questions, giving me a chance to explain my position. NARAL and the Missouri NEA just allow "yes" or "no" answers. The MSTA and PromoPac left a little room for comment.
Since all the early-bird surveys are from groups traditionally associated with the Democrats, I'm wondering when I'll start seeing surveys from the other side - and how many toal surveys I'll see. I also wonder why they're all working strictly with paper instead of allowing an on-line option.
I'll post my surveys and answers to my campaign website; I want my positions on issues known, for good or for ill.