Nonpartisan Voter Guide for the 2013 Virginia Governor's Race

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Nov 8, 2013 (3 years and 9 months ago)

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Nonpartisan
Voter

Guide for the 2013 Virginia Governor’s Race

Created by the Campus Election Engagement Project (CEEP)


For a more detailed explanation of Terry
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Robert Sarvis’ positions visit his issue page
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Education:
Do you support increasing
salaries for K
-
12 teachers?

Yes

Yes

Yes

Education:
Do you

support increasing the
number of charter schools in Virginia?

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Yes

Yes

Social Issues:
Do you generally support
Pro
-
Choice or Pro
-
Life legislation?

Pro
-
Choice

Pro
-
Life*

Pro
-
Choice

Social Issues:
Do you support
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Social Issues:
Do you support requiring
women to receive ultrasounds before
having an abortion?

No

Yes

No

Social Issues:
Do you support gay
marriage?

Yes

No

Yes

Social Issues:
Do you support the ability of
universities to prohibit discrimination on
the basis of sexual orientation?

Yes

No

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Environment:
Do you support a required
minimum percentage of renewable energy
in Virginia’s energy mix?

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Environment:
Do you believe that human
activity is a major contributing factor to
climate change?

Yes

No

Yes

Energy:
Do you support offshore
drilling in
Virginia?

Yes

Yes

Yes

Healthcare:
Do you support the Affordable
Care Act, also known as Obamacare?

Yes

No

No

Healthcare:
Do you believe that Virginia
should accept federal funds to cover more
people under Medicaid?


Yes

No

No



Nonpartisan
Voter

Guide for the 2013 Virginia Governor’s Race

Created by the

Campus Election Engagement Project (CEEP)


For a more detailed explanation of Terry
McAuliffe and Ken Cuccinelli’s positions
Vee⁴Ue
Washington Post’s issue guide


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Robert Sarvis’ positions visit his issue page
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Gun Control:
Do you support enacting
more restrictive gun control legislation?

Yes

No

No

Transportation:
Do you support the
transportation bill passed in 2013?

Yes

No

No

Elections:
Do you support a ban of all gifts
over $100 to elected officials?

Yes

Unknown

Yes

Immigration:
Do you support the DREAM
Act, which would allow children of illegal
immigrants to stay in this country if they’ve
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supports banning abortion in all cases, except for the health of the mother.


**In an interview with the
Richmond Times Dispatch
, Sarvis said he supported “no decisive legislation in either d
irection”


Created by the

Campus Election Engagement Project
,

www.campuselectva.org
, a non
-
partisan effort to help college and university
administrators, faculty, and

staff get their students engaged in the election. For a more detailed explication of McAuliffe and Cuccinelli’s
positions see the Washington Post article titled:
Virginia governor’s race: Where they stand on the issues
. For a more detailed explanation of
Sarvis’ positions visit his issue page at
Votesmart.org
. S
ee also the University of Pennsylvania Annenberg School’s

FactCheck.org
, which lets you
search the truth of candidate stands. For a comprehensive guide to all races including state initiatives and local Congressio
na
l and legislative
races, see

Vote411.org
, created by the League of Women Voters.