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Thursday, October 11, 2012

The November 6, 2012 election Guide from M912TC

The Martin 9/12 TeaParty Committee offers voters this guide for issues and/or candidates after examining the analyses of:

Frmr prosecutor KrissAnne Hall

The James Madison Institute*

The Faith & Freedom Coalition*

Restore Justice Inc., Florida

The League of Women Voters*

The Collins Center*

*We are not in full agreement with some portions of these analyses.


PRESIDENT AND VICE PRESIDENT

Mitt Romney and

Paul Ryan

(REP)
   
UNITED STATES SENATOR
Connie Mack(REP)
   
REPRESENTATIVES IN CONGRESS
District 16  
Tom Rooney(REP)
District 18  
Allen West(REP)
   
STATE SENATORS 
District 21  
Denise Grimsley(REP)
District 32  
Joe Negron(REP)
   
STATE REPRESENTATIVES
District 82  
MaryLynn Magar(REP)
District 83  
Gayle Harrell(REP)
   
MARTIN COUNTY ELECTIONS
SHERIFF 
William Snyder(REP)
   
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
District 1  
Doug Smith(REP)
District 3  
Craig Woll(NPA)
   
   
JUSTICES OF THE STATE SUPREME COURT
 RETENTION? 
 YESNO
R. Fred Lewis X
Barbara J. Pariente X
Peggy A. Quince X
 
FOURTH DISTRICT COURT OF APPEAL
RETENTION?
 YESNO
Burton C. Connor 
Carole Y. Taylor  
   
M.C. SCHOOL BOARD DISTR 2 
Tony George 

These candidates may not be on your ballot.

TOWN OF SEWELLS POINT COMMISSIONER

Wendy Werb

 

 

Download a brochure HERE


Following the example of attorney KrissAnne Hall, the Martin 9/12 TeaParty Committee eschews the overuse of the state constitution. Approval of Amendment #1 may do little more than urge resistance to federal overreach, but that is a worthwhile statement. A similar statement against the activist Supreme Court may be made with Amendment #5.

Download a copy HERE.

Florida Constitutional Amendments
 JMIFFCKHLWVRPOFM912TC*
Amend. 1: Health InsuranceYES YESNOYESYES
Amend. 2: Veterans Tax ReliefYES Not a valid Const. issueNOYESNO

Amend. 3:

State Budget Spending Limit

YES Not a valid Const. issueNOYESNO

Amendment 4:

Property Tax Exemptions

NO POSITION Not a valid Const. issueNOYESNO
Amend. 5: Judicial ReformYES YESNON/AYES
Amend. 6: Abortion Funding BanNO POSITIONYESUnnecessaryNOYESNO
Amend. 8: Permissible Uses of Public FundsYESYESNONOYESNO
Amend. 9: Tax Relief for Surviving SpousesNO POSITION Not a valid Const. issueNOYESNO

Amendment 10:

Small Business Tax Relief

YES Not a valid Const. issueNOYESNO
Amend. 11: Tax Relief for Low-Income SeniorsNO POSITION Not a valid Const. issueNOYESNO

Amendment 12:

Student Representation

NO POSITION NONOYESNO

JMI = James Madison Institute

FFC = Faith & Freedom Coalition

KH = KrissAnne Hall

LWV = League of Women Voters

RPOF = Republican Party of Florida

M912TC = Martin 9/12 TeaParty Committee

*Following the example of attorney KrissAnne Hall, the Martin 9/12 TeaParty Committee eschews the overuse of the state constitution. Approval of Amendment #1 may do little more than urge resistance to federal overreach, but that is a worthwhile statement. A similar statement against the activist Supreme Court may be made with Amendment #5. Many of the RPOF recommendations may be chalked up to vote seeking instead of sound legal reasoning.


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