Compare the Candidates
Biographical Profiles and Positions on the Issues

May 29, 2012 Texas Republican Primary

Candidates for U.S. Representative District 14, Texas

John Gay - R
Robert Gonzalez - R
►Websitewww.gonzalez2012.com
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George Harper - R
►Websitewww.harper4congress.com
Felicia Harris - R
►Websitewww.feliciaforcongress.com
Mark Mansius - R
►Websitewww.mansiusforcongress.com
Jay Old - R
Bill Sargent - R
►Websitewww.billsargent4congress.com
Michael Truncale - R
►Websitewww.michaeltruncale.com
Randy Weber - R
Videos by Candidate
John Gay
Michael Truncale
Randy Weber
Biographical
General Philosophy
Personal and Family
Professional Experience
Civic Involvement
Political Experience
Religious Affiliation
Educational Background
Military Service
Reasons & Objectives
Why I Am Running for Public Office
Achievements If Elected
Areas to Concentrate On
Health & Medical
Health & Medical Reform
Health and Medical Insurance
Medicare
Reducing Health Care Costs
Free Market Health Care
Medical Malpractice Reform
Environment & Climate Change
Environment
Land, Rivers and Lakes
Clean Water Act of 1977
Oil Industry
Coal
Energy Efficiency & Standards
Labor, Wages & Unions
Unions and Collective Bargaining
Labor
Energy
Energy
Renewable Energy & Fossil Fuels
Fracking and Natural Gas
Nuclear Power
Oil Drilling
Oil Industry
Foreign Oil Energy Independence
Coal
Energy Efficiency & Standards
Energy Research and Development
Jobs, Economy, Trade, Business, Industry & Agriculture
Economy
Jobs
Infrastructure
Small Businesses
Tariffs & Trade with China
Trade
Business
$700 Billion Troubled Asset Relief Bailout
Space & Aerospace Industry
Taxes
Taxes
Corporate & Business Taxes
Income Taxes
Tax Reform
Tax Proposals
Flat Tax
Marriage Penalty
National Sales Tax
Education & Schools
Prayer & Pledge of Allegiance in Schools
Local Control Over Education
Department of Education
Civil, Religious, LGBTQ & Human Rights
Civil Rights
Privacy Rights
Same Sex Marriage
Property Rights vs. Civil Rights
USA Patriot Act
Government, Elections & Politics
Voting and Election Reform
Earmarks
Government & Democracy
Government Corruption and Ethics
US House and Senate Term Limits
Federal Bureaucracy & Regulations
Campaign Finance Reform
Lobbying
Federalism and States' Rights
Separation of Church & State
Government Agencies
Immigration, Border Security, Terrorism & Homeland Security
Immigrants, Refugees, & Asylum Seekers
The Wall, Border Security & Border Patrol
Immigration Policy & Reform
National Security
Illegal Immigration Enforcement
Homeland Securtiy
Legal Status, Residency & Citizenship for Immigrant Youth
Illegal Immigration Amnesty
War on Terror
Citizenship for Illegal Immigrants
Criminalize Assistance to Illegal Immigrants
Electronic Verification System for Employers
E-Verify System
Alien Minors
Infrastructure & Transportation
Transportation
Infrastructure
Seaports
Federal Budget & Fiscal Policy
Debt, Deficit Spending & Limits
Fiscal Policy
Federal Budget
Entitlements
Balanced Budget Constitutional Amendment
Earmarks
Presidential Line-item Veto
Gun & Property Rights
Guns & Gun Control
Gun Legislation
Right to Own Guns - Second Amendment
Courts, Laws & Justice
Courts
Legal Reform
Tort Reform
Foreign Policy
Foreign Policy
Iran
Afghanistan
Israel
Iraq
Middle East
Other Arab Countries, Egypt, Libya, Tunisia
Values, Religion, Family, Patriotism & Public Service
Values
Religion
Family
Child Care
American Values
Family Values
Tolerance & Political Correctness
Fatherhood
Military, National Defense & Veterans
Veterans
Military
Defense and Military Budget
Defense
Military Pay, Medical Care and Benefits
Abortion, Pro-Life & Genetic Engineering
Abortion(Pro-Choice) v Pro-Life
Abortion Federal Funding
Life Beginning at Conception
Sex & Sexuality
Same Sex Marriage
Technology, Internet, Media, Science & Space
Media
Space
Space & Aerospace Industry
Banks & Finance
Federal Reserve
Financial Crisis
Banks
Seniors, Social Security, Medicare, Pensions
Social Security
Social Security Long Term Viability
Social Security Trust Fund
Poverty, Welfare & Hunger
Welfare
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