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Major candidates for

Minnesota Family Institute 2014

Candidate
Patterson, Bruce
Fabian, Dan*
Bergeson, Eric
Kiel, Debra*
Erickson, Roger*
Hancock, Dave
Sobieski, David
Green, Steve*
Dill, David*
Johnson, Eric
Murphy, Mary*
Fremling, Wade
Lien, Ben*
Gramer, Brian
Marquart, Paul*
Laduke, Jared
Persell, John*
Nelson, Phillip
Anzelc, Tom*
Eichorn, Justin
Melin, Carly*
Weber, Roger
Metsa, Jason*
Matasich, Matt
Schultz, Jennifer
Hall, Becky
Simonson, Erik*
Silvers, Travis
Miltich, Jim
Nornes, Bud*
Sieling, Jay
Franson, Mary*
Bye, Dan
Anderson, Mark*
Doty, Al
Kresha, Ron*
Ward, John*
Heintzeman, Joshua
Radinovich, Joe*
Lueck, Dale
Sundin, Mike*
Hafvenstein, Tim
Faust, Tim*
Rarick, Jason
McNamar, Jay*
Backer, Jeff

District
Party 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
01A
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01B
01B
02A
02A
02B
02B
03A
03A
03B
03B
04A
04A
04B
04B
05A
05A
05B
05B
06A
06A
06B
06B
07A
07A
07B
07B
08A
08A
08B
08B
09A
09A
09B
09B
10A
10A
10B
10B
11A
11A
11B
11B
12A
12A

DFL
R
DFL
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DFL
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DFL
R
DFL
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DFL
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DFL
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DFL
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DFL
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DFL
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DFL
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DFL
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DFL
R
DFL
R
DFL
R
DFL
R
DFL
R
DFL
R
DFL
R
DFL
R
DFL
R
DFL
R
DFL
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Candidate
Wagner, Gordon
Anderson, Paul*
Jensen, Emily
Howe, Jeff*
ODriscoll, Tim*
Wolgamott, Dan
Theis, Tama*
Dorholt, Zachary*
Knoblach, Jim
Rittenour, James
Erickson, Sondra*
Johnson, Brian
Newberger, Jim*
Driessen, Laurie
Swedzinski, Chris*
Kanne, James
Torkelson, Paul*
Falk, Andrew*
Miller, Tim
Sawatzky, Mary*
Baker, Dave
Schiroo, Steven
Urdahl, Dean*
Lipke, John
Gruenhagen, Glenn*
Johnson, Clark*
Spears, Kim
Considine, Jack
Kruse, Dave
Lofgren, Thomas
Vogel, Bob
Bly, David*
Matejcek, Dan
Schoen, Lynn
Kelly, Tim*
Schneider, M.A.
Drazkowski, Steve*
Slyter, Diana
Schomacker, Joe*
Avenel-Navara, Cheryl
Hamilton, Rod*
Bacon, Pat
Gunther, Bob*
Cornish, Tony*
Cashman, Beverly
Petersburg, John*

Alter State Newborn


Screening Program

Increase
Minimum Wage

Unionize Private and Religious-Based


Child Care Providers

End Taxpayer Funding


of Abortion

Establish State
Health Care Exchange

Tax
Increase

Legalize
Same-Sex Marriage

Prohibit Abortions
After 20 Weeks

Y = Yes N = No * = Incumbent
Y* or N* = incumbent with a qualified vote
= No response or did not vote
Q = qualified answer
DFL = Democrat R = Republican

State-wide
Anti-Bullying Law

Positions for all candidates are based on responses to a


Minnesota Family Institute questionnaire, recorded votes,
media reports and/or public statements. Candidates who
were sent a questionnaire but did not respond received
follow-up phone calls and e-mails. Refer to the key on
Page 7 for a complete listing of the questions.

Oppose Legalization of Marijuana for


Medical Purposes

Voters Guide

Alter State Newborn


Screening Program

Increase
Minimum Wage

Unionize Private and Religious-Based


Child Care Providers

End Taxpayer Funding


of Abortion

Establish State
Health Care Exchange

Tax
Increase

Legalize
Same-Sex Marriage

Prohibit Abortions
After 20 Weeks

Y = Yes N = No * = Incumbent
Y* or N* = incumbent with a qualified vote
= No response or did not vote
Q = qualified answer
DFL = Democrat R = Republican

State-wide
Anti-Bullying Law

Positions for all candidates are based on responses to a


Minnesota Family Institute questionnaire, recorded votes,
media reports and/or public statements. Candidates who
were sent a questionnaire but did not respond received
follow-up phone calls and e-mails. Refer to the key on
Page 7 for a complete listing of the questions.

Oppose Legalization of Marijuana for


Medical Purposes

Minnesota House

District
Party 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
12B
12B
13A
13A
13B
14A
14A
14B
14B
15A
15A
15B
15B
16A
16A
16B
16B
17A
17A
17B
17B
18A
18A
18B
18B
19A
19A
19B
19B
20A
20A
20B
20B
21A
21A
21B
21B
22A
22A
22B
22B
23A
23A
23B
24A
24A

DFL
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DFL
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DFL
R
DFL
R
DFL
R
DFL
R
DFL
R
DFL
R
DFL
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DFL
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DFL
R
DFL
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DFL
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DFL
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DFL
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DFL
R
DFL
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DFL
R
DFL
R
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MINNESOTA HOUSE CONTINUED ON NEXT PAGE

Candidate
Fritz, Patti*
Daniels, Brian
Quam, Duane*
Norton, Kim*
Liebling, Tina*
Bly, Breanna
Wright, Rich
Pierson, Nels
Savick, Shannon*
Bennett, Peggy
Poppe, Jeanne*
Schminke, Dennis
Pelowski Jr., Gene*
Hahn, Lynae
Pieper, Jon
Davids, Greg*
McDonald, Joe*
ONeill, Marion*
Ellingboe, Brenden
Zerwas, Nick*
Shimek, Sharon
Lucero, Eric
Daudt, Kurt*
Holmquist, J.D.
Hackbarth, Tom*
Gammel, Paul
Johnson, Brian*
Warner, Laurie
Barrett, Bob*
Mikkelson, Todd
Hertaus, Jerry*
Alegi, Paul
Pugh, Cindy*
Peppin, Joyce*
Hoden, David
Smith, Dennis
Perovich, Peter
Whelan, Abigail
Beard, Sam
Scott, Peggy*
Fietek, Jefferson
Witt, Susan
Sanders, Tim*
Davern, Pat
Runbeck, Linda*
Pariseau, Greg
Dean, Matt*
Stender, Tim
Dettmer, Bob*
Degree, Tom
Lohmer, Kathy*

District
Party 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
24B
DFL Y Y N N Y Y Y Y Y Y
24B
R
Y N N Y N N Y N N N
25A
R
Y N N Y N N Y N N
25B
DFL N Y Y N Y Y N N Y Y
26A
DFL N Y Y N Y Y N N Y Y
26A
R
Y N Q Y N Q Y N N Q
26B
DFL
26B
R

27A
DFL N Y Y N Y Y N Y Y Y
27A
R

27B
DFL N N Y N Y Y N Y Y Y
27B
R
Y N N Y N N Y N N N
28A
DFL Y N Y N Y Y Y N N N
28A
R

28B
DFL
28B
R
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29A
R
Y N N Y N N Y N N N
29B
R
Y N N Y N N Y N N N
30A
DFL
30A
R
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30B
DFL
30B
R
Y N N Q N N Y N N N
31A
R
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31B
DFL
31B
R
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32A
DFL
32A
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32B
DFL
32B
R
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33A
DFL
33A
R
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33B
DFL N Y Y N N Y N Y Y Y
33B
R
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34A
R
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34B
DFL
34B
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35A
DFL
35A
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35B
DFL N Y N N N Y Y Y Y Y
35B
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36A
DFL
37B
DFL
37B
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38A
DFL
38A
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38B
DFL
38B
R
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39A
DFL
39A
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39B
DFL
39B
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Candidate
Gieseke, Matthew
Nash, Jim
Hoppe, Joe*
Willingham, Amy
Koznick, Jon
Vagts, Marla
Garofalo, Pat*

Alter State Newborn


Screening Program

Increase
Minimum Wage

Unionize Private and Religious-Based


Child Care Providers

End Taxpayer Funding


of Abortion

Establish State
Health Care Exchange

Tax
Increase

Oppose Legalization of Marijuana for


Medical Purposes

Legalize
Same-Sex Marriage

Y = Yes N = No * = Incumbent
Y* or N* = incumbent with a qualified vote
= No response or did not vote
Q = qualified answer
DFL = Democrat R = Republican

State-wide
Anti-Bullying Law

Positions for all candidates are based on responses to a


Minnesota Family Institute questionnaire, recorded votes,
media reports and/or public statements. Candidates who
were sent a questionnaire but did not respond received
follow-up phone calls and e-mails. Refer to the key on
Page 7 for a complete listing of the questions.
Prohibit Abortions
After 20 Weeks

Alter State Newborn


Screening Program

Increase
Minimum Wage

Unionize Private and Religious-Based


Child Care Providers

End Taxpayer Funding


of Abortion

Establish State
Health Care Exchange

Tax
Increase

Legalize
Same-Sex Marriage

State-wide
Anti-Bullying Law

Y = Yes N = No * = Incumbent
Y* or N* = incumbent with a qualified vote
= No response or did not vote
Q = qualified answer
DFL = Democrat R = Republican

Prohibit Abortions
After 20 Weeks

Positions for all candidates are based on responses to a


Minnesota Family Institute questionnaire, recorded votes,
media reports and/or public statements. Candidates who
were sent a questionnaire but did not respond received
follow-up phone calls and e-mails. Refer to the key on
Page 7 for a complete listing of the questions.

Oppose Legalization of Marijuana for


Medical Purposes

MINNESOTA HOUSE CONTINUED

District
Party 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
47A
DFL
47A
R
Y N N Y N N Y N N N
47B
R
Y N N N N N Y N N N
58A
DFL
58A
R

58B
DFL
58B
R
N Y N N N Y N N

Key to Minnesota House Questions

1 Prohibit Abortions After 20 Weeks. Would you have voted to prohibit abor-

tions after 20 weeks from conception? (2014 House Journal, p. 9349)


2 State-wide Anti-Bullying Law. Would you have voted to support
the new statewide anti-bullying law that replaced the previous law requiring local, district-based anti-bullying policies with a state-level definition
of bullying highlighting bullying against certain types of students, and a
School Safety Technical Assistance Center and Council at the Minnesota
Department of Education? (2014 House Journal, p. 9673)
3 Legalize Same-Sex Marriage. Would you have voted to legalize same-sex
marriage? (2013 House Journal, p. 4434)

4 Oppose Legalization of Marijuana for Medical Purposes. Would you
have voted against legalizing marijuana use in some forms for medical purposes?
(2014 House Journal, p. 11413)
5 Tax Increase. Would you have voted for a two billion dollar tax increase on
income, businesses, and sales? (2013 House Journal, p. 6296)

6 Establish State Health Care Exchange. Would you have voted to establish
a State healthcare exchange (MNsure)? (2013 House Journal, p. 1059)
7 End Taxpayer Funding of Abortion. Would you have voted to end taxpayer
funding of abortion in Minnesota? (2013 House Journal, p. 9342)
8 Unionize Private and Religious-Based Child Care Providers. Would
you have voted to authorize the unionization of private and religious-based childcare
providers and require providers to pay union dues if a majority of eligible providers
approve unionization? (2013 House Journal, p. 6345)

9 Increase Minimum Wage. Would you have voted to raise the minimum wage
in Minnesota [from $6.15/$9.50 for large employers and from $5.75/$7.75 for smaller employers by 2016]? (2014 House Journal, p. 9768)
10 Alter State Newborn Screening Program. Would you have voted to alter
Minnesotas newborn screening program so that the Department of Health may store,
test, and perform certain research on a newborns bloodspot (DNA) unless a parent
specifically opts-out of this program? (2014 House Journal, p. 10035)

All Qualified Answers (Q) and all Qualified Votes from


incumbents (Y* or N*) are available at
www.mfc.org/voter-guide
or by calling Minnesota Family Institute at 612-789-8811
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