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Following are the bill sponsorships, open letters, and public writings used to indicate candidates' stances on the issues. Votes which include "VoteMatch Usage" are scored as VoteMatch quiz responses. Those without a VoteMatch usage are included only on each candidate's main issues page.
Civil Rights
Public NoteVote descriptionVoteMatch UsageParticipants
on Apr 24, 2002
(1) Require "Privacy Impact Statement" on new federal rules or (2) Sponsored bill for "Privacy Impact Statement" on new rules (Not used in VoteMatch) Democrats: 25
Republicans: 19
Independents: 0

Gun Control
Public NoteVote descriptionVoteMatch UsageParticipants
on Jan 3, 2001
(1) No lawsuits against gun manufacturers or (2) Sponsored bill banning lawsuits against gun manufacturers Participating counts on VoteMatch question 10. Democrats: 10
Republicans: 49
Independents: 2

Health Care
Public NoteVote descriptionVoteMatch UsageParticipants
on Mar 7, 2002
(1) Limit anti-trust lawsuits on health plans and insurers or (2) Sponsored bill limiting anti-trust suits on HMOs & insurers Participating counts on VoteMatch question 5. Democrats: 31
Republicans: 24
Independents: 3

Homeland Security
Public NoteVote descriptionVoteMatch UsageParticipants
on Jan 3, 2001
(1) Allow assassination of terrorist leaders or (2) Sponsored bill allowing assassination of terrorist leaders (Not used in VoteMatch) Democrats: 0
Republicans: 15
Independents: 0

Public NoteVote descriptionVoteMatch UsageParticipants
on Jan 6, 1999
(1) Declared English the official language of the US or (2) Sponsored bill declaring English the US' official language Participating counts on VoteMatch question 12. Democrats: 12
Republicans: 120
Independents: 2


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