Search for...
OnTheIssuesLogo

Bruce Broussard on Jobs


Create more jobs domestically

Bruce Broussard is committed to taking Oregon out of national first place in unemployment. He will work with local, regional and federal agencies and with industry and small business to encourage expansion that creates more jobs domestically. Even
Source: Campaign website, broussardfororegon.com Aug 11, 2004

Get more of federal $23B for job training for Oregon

The proposed nationwide budget for fiscal year 2005 includes $23 billion for job training and employment assistance and more than $500 million to help prepare U.S. workers to take advantage of higher paying jobs requiring better skills. It also includes $250 million in proposed funding targeted to community colleges to train workers for healthy and growing industries and $33 million for expanded Pell Grants for low-income students who complete rigorous coursework in high school. Currently, Oregon receives a smaller per capita amount of those federal funds than most states. Bruce Broussard will work to increase the percentage of those funds that go to develop the Oregon economy, job market, and employability of Oregonians.
Source: Campaign website, broussardfororegon.com Aug 11, 2004

  • Click here for definitions & background information on Jobs.
  • Click here for policy papers on Jobs.
  • Click here for SenateMatch answers by Bruce Broussard.
  • Agree? Disagree? Voice your opinions on Jobs in The Forum.
Other candidates on Jobs: Bruce Broussard on other issues:
OR Gubernatorial:
Ted Kulongoski
OR Senatorial:
Al King
Bill Bradbury
Bob Packwood
Gordon Harold Smith
Mark Hatfield
Ron Wyden
Ron Wyden-2001

Presidential:
George W. Bush
(Republican for President)
V.P.Dick Cheney
(Republican for V.P.)
Sen.John Kerry
(Democratic nominee for Pres.)
Sen.John Edwards
(Democratic nominee for V.P.)
Ralph Nader
(Reform nominee for Pres.)
Peter Camejo
(Reform nominee for V.P.)
David Cobb
(Green nominee for Pres.)
Michael Badnarik
(Libertarian nominee for Pres.)
Michael Peroutka
(Constitution nominee for Pres.)
2004 Senate Races:
(AK)Knowles v.Murkowski v.Sykes
(AL)Shelby v.Sowell
(AR)Holt v.Lincoln
(AZ)McCain v.Starky
(CA)Boxer v.Jones v.Gray
(CO)Coors v.Salazar
(CT)Dodd v.Orchulli
(FL)Castor v.Martinez
(GA)Isakson v.Majette v.Buckley
(HI)Inouye
(IA)Grassley v.Small v.Northrop
(ID)Crapo
(IL)Obama v.Keyes
(IN)Bayh v.Scott
(KS)Brownback
(KY)Bunning v.Mongiardo
(LA)John v.Vitter
(MD)Mikulski v.Pipkin
(MO)Bond v.Farmer
(NC)Bowles v.Burr
(ND)Dorgan v.Liffrig
(NH)Granny D v.Gregg
(NV)Reid v.Ziser
(NY)Schumer v.Mills v.O'Grady
(OH)Fingerhut v.Voinovich
(OK)Carson v.Coburn
(OR)Wyden v.King
(PA)Hoeffel v.Specter
(SC)DeMint v.Tenenbaum
(SD)Daschle v.Thune
(UT)Bennett v.Van Dam
(VT)Leahy v.McMullen
(WA)Murray v.Nethercutt
(WI)Feingold v.Michels
Abortion
Budget/Economy
Civil Rights
Corporations
Crime
Drugs
Education
Energy/Oil
Environment
Families
Foreign Policy
Free Trade
Govt. Reform
Gun Control
Health Care
Homeland Security
Immigration
Jobs
Principles
Social Security
Tax Reform
Technology
War/Peace
Welfare

Other Senators
House of Representatives
SenateMatch (matching quiz)
HouseMatch
Senate Votes (analysis)
House Votes