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Chuck Pennacchio on Principles & Values

 


Religious affiliation: Unitarian

Religious affiliation: Unitarian
Source: Excerpts from Pennachio campaign volunteer Kim Jordan Apr 3, 2006

Alito nomination threatens equal rights

Pres. Bush's nomination of Samuel Alito to the U.S. Supreme Court threatens equal rights for all Americans. Alito's record indicates that he would not continue Justice O'Connor's legacy of protecting privacy rights, employee rights, minority rights, and reproductive choice. I am committed to preserving and strengthening the Supreme Court's role as the ultimate protector of our constitutional rights. I support a Court that is ideologically balanced to reflect the mainstream rather than the radical right.
Source: Press release, "Alito" Oct 31, 2005

Run strong on core Democratic principles

Not being Republicans is not good enough. Here's what we have to do to win: RUN STRONG on CORE DEMOCRATIC PRINCIPLES: clearly define our differences with incumbent and right-wing politicians and hold them accountable for their special-interest governing philosophy, their lack of independence, and their anti- democratic governing methods.
Source: Op-Ed by Pennacchio in OpEdNews.com Oct 28, 2005

Positive vision to improve everyone's life & unify Americans

[Candidates should] lead with a specific and positive vision that will improve everyone's life, unify Americans, and provide genuine security at all levels.
Source: Op-Ed by Pennacchio in OpEdNews.com Oct 24, 2005

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