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Scott Jameson on Civil Rights

Libertarian Challenger


Don't require companies to hire more women and minorities

Q: Do you support the statement, "Require companies to hire more women and minorities"?

A: No.

Source: Email interview on 2008 Senate race with OnTheIssues.org Aug 10, 2008

Sexual orientation not protected by civil rights law

Q: Do you support the statement, "Sexual orientation should be protected by civil rights law"?

A: No.

Source: Email interview on 2008 Senate race with OnTheIssues.org Aug 10, 2008

No constitutional definition of marriage

Q: Do you support a constitutional amendment that would define marriage as a union between a man and woman?

A: No.

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Source: 2006 Congressional National Political Awareness Test Oct 29, 2006

Discontinue federal affirmative action programs

Source: 2006 Congressional National Political Awareness Test Aug 28, 2006

Public prayer is a civil right

Public prayer should be a social issue, decided by individual and group dynamics. I will defend your right to pray or not to pray, anywhere, at anytime. I was the only Texas candidate for U.S. Senate who took a stand on this vital issue of preserving liberty.
Source: Campaign website, www.scottjameson.org, "Positions" Jan 27, 2006

Repeal the "unPatriotic Act" of 2001

The Patriot Act needs to be repealed immediately. It violates most of our Constitutional rights. Americans have not failed to protect themselves because they have yet to give up enough of their rights and liberties. This bizarre law, with its secret search warrants, administrative-only review process for government agents killing people, and ad hoc military tribunals, takes us to the brink of ending our country's proud history of democracy, trust, and freedom.
Source: Campaign website, www.scottjameson.org, "Positions" Jan 27, 2006

Other candidates on Civil Rights: Scott Jameson on other issues:
TX Gubernatorial:
Rick Perry
TX Senatorial:
John Cornyn
Kay Bailey Hutchison
Prof. Tom Davis
Rick Noriega


2008 Senate retirements:

Wayne Allard(R,CO)
Larry Craig(R,ID)
Pete Domenici(R,NM)
Chuck Hagel(R,NE)
Trent Lott(R,MS)
Craig Thomas(R,WY)
John Warner(R,VA)

Incoming Obama Administration:

Pres.Barack Obama
V.P.Joe Biden
State:Hillary Clinton
HHS:Tom Daschle
Staff:Rahm Emanuel
DHS:Janet Napolitano
DOC:Bill Richardson
DoD:Robert Gates
A.G.:Eric Holder
Treas.:Tim Geithner
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AL:Sessions
AR:Pryor
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GA:Chambliss v.Martin (Dec. 2 runoff)
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ID:*Risch
IL:Durbin
KS:Roberts
KY:McConnell
LA:Landrieu
MA:Kerry
ME:Collins
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MS4:Wicker
MS6:Cochran
MT:Baucus
NC:*Hagan over Dole
NE:*Johanns
NH:*Shaheen over Sununu
NJ:Lautenberg
NM:*Udall
OK:Inhofe
OR:*Merkley over Smith
RI:Reed
SC:Graham
SD:Johnson
TN:Alexander
TX:Cornyn
VA:*Warner
WV:Rockefeller
WY4:Barrasso
WY6:Enzi
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