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Election Date
09/09/2018
Position Spectrum Key
  • NOT APPLICABLE
    N/A
  • STRONGLY OPPOSE
    O+
  • OPPOSE
    O
  • NEUTRAL
    N
  • SUPPORT
    S
  • STRONGLY SUPPORT
    S+

My Positions

STRONGLY SUPPORT
S+

Border Security & Immigration

“Whenever you decide to move to a new home, what do you look for first? That's right - the qualities of the people you will be living near. "How good the schools are"; "how safe the area" - let's face it, it is all just code. We deserve an immigration policy that, also, looks to the qualities of the people coming in. Illegal "sanctuary" cities by definition select for criminals.”

OPPOSE
O

Agriculture & Farms

“The statement was "opposes or supports laws that benefit farms... including federal subsidies and insurance guarantees". Inasmuch as this applies to the state, I oppose taxpayer handouts for farmers. I do support lightening regulations against what they can or cannot farm in the first place.”

STRONGLY SUPPORT
S+

Energy Technology & Coal

“I acknowledge Einstein's equation of mass/energy, E=mc^2. Coloradans deserve the most efficient means of energy production, with the least units of pollution (including carbon) per kilojoule harvested. I oppose wind power; windmills are ugly at best and birdblenders at worst. The most efficient and least damaging energy supply is nuclear.”

SUPPORT
S

Fracking

“We have vast tracts of underpopulated land in Colorado. A ban on fracking in a major urban county like Denver makes sense. Elsewhere, fracking makes more sense. Let's bring down energy costs and get our people to work.”

OPPOSE
O

Organized Labor Unions

“I support right-to-work legislation. The policies of Governor Walker of Wisconsin are a model for Colorado as well.”

OPPOSE
O

Mental Illness & Guns

“"Mental illness" is vague. Historically, a tyrannical government has defined opposition to state orthodoxy as an illness, and used this as an excuse to destroy our liberties. I will resist any legislative effort to subvert these definitions. The laws on Colorado's books are strong enough.”