Candidates' questions, no answers
As part of this week's questions for candidates, we told the candidates that we would delay publishing answers if by the deadline (which was late this morning) one or more of the candidates hadn't responded.
But we also said we would update readers on the status of the questions and answers.
This week's topic (questions after the jump) is personal liberty.
We've received responses from Ian Murphy, Kathy Hochul and Jane Corwin. We haven't received a response from Jack Davis.
I spoke with his representative this afternoon Curtis Ellis, who said the Davis campaign has just been kept very busy the past couple of days, but the answers would be forthcoming.
So, stay tuned for the answers as soon as we hear from Jack Davis.
What is your position on the 2nd Amendment – what controls, if any, should be placed on the right of a private citizen to own guns?
In February, the House voted to extend the Patriot Act. If you had represented the NY-26 at that time, how would you have voted?
Should marijuana be decriminalized at the Federal level?
What is your position on the controversy surrounding TSA scanners and enhanced pat downs?
Massachusetts Representative Barney Frank is trying to push through legislation to make playing online poker legal and to legalize online poker sites within the United States. Will you support such legislation?