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    George N. Owletuck - Ranking 100%

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    > >
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    > > information please write "I Will Not Disclose." instead
    > > of the information. These are the same type questions
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    > > candidate.
    > >
    > > My name will appear on the ballot as?:
    > > __________George N. Owletuck____________________.
    > >
    > > I am running for the office of?:
    > > _ State House (R)______________.
    > >
    > > DISTRICT #:___6___ or
    > > I am running for a Statewide Seat [ ].
    > >
    > > In the State of?: ____Alaska _______
    > >
    > > My District is within the following Counties:___Wade Hampton ____.
    > >
    > > My District includes all of the following Cities: _Marshall__.
    > >
    > > My District includes some of the following Cities: _Nenana,
    Beaver, Tok,
    Aniak_.
    > >
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    > > are on.  Citizens For A Better America (R) absolutely
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    > > you on their ballots.
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    > > My phone number is?:(907)__679-6062__
    > >
    > > My web site address is?: ____None_____________________
    > >
    > > My e-mail address is?:  george_owletuck@mail.com
    > >
    > > I reside in the County of?: __Wade Hampton_____________
    > >
    > > My mailing address is?: ___124 Yukon Avenue____________
    > >
    > > City?: __________________Marshall______________________
    > >
    > > State?: _________________Alaska___ Zip?: __99585_______
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    > > the Primary Election, for the General Election).
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    > >
    > > If elected would there be any reason for you not to be
    > > able to serve out your entire term? As an example, some
    > > pending legal, health, or other problem.
    > >
    > > [__] YES, [X] NO.
    > >
    > > BEGINNING OF CFABA.ORG CANDIDATE QUESTIONNAIRE (TM)
    > > QUESTIONS?
    > >
    > > 01.      Why are you running for this office?  (We will
    > >          post the answer to this question on our
    > >          Internet Website, see the example of one
    > >          endorsed candidate at
    > >          [http://www.GoodGuysList.org/gg00031.htm]
    > >          In 1976, I was 11 years old, when my dad Alvin Owletuck Sr.
    (now a retired Catholic Deacon)was accidently hit by a City of Bethel,
    Alaska police car and they covered it up. Dad was declared paralyzed
    for life by the public health doctors.  As the eldest son, I was faced
    with supporting three brothers, three sisters, my mom and a paralyzed dad.
    Since my dad was a deacon, the Catholic Bishop of Northern Alaska in
    Fairbanks--Bishop Robert Whelan--sent a priest Fr. Charles Peterson to
    Bethel, AK to investigate.  From what I was told, Fr. Peterson was
    able to secure the hidden records with the help of a State Trooper.  My dad
    sued the City of Bethel and won his case, settling out of court.  My dad was
    able to fully recover.  This event left an indelible mark on my life, if we
    are poor and uneducated--then those in power can "step on us".  I became an
    instant libertarian--civil libertarian--and have been advocating for rural
    Alaskans since.  The people asked me to run.
    >   I have a proven track record of advocating for people
    internationally, nationally, statewide, regionally and locally. I've worked for U.S.
    Senator Ted Stevens in Washington DC, and Alaska State Senator Lyman Hoffman
    in Juneau, AK.  Here I am, a voice for the people!
    > >
    > >
    > > 02.      There are efforts to legalize currently
    > >          illegal drugs.  What are your thoughts about
    > >          such legislation?
    > >
    > > [  ] Support,   [ X ] Oppose,   [  ] I Don't know.
    > >
    > > 03.      All candidates for public office when elected
    > >          are faced with very difficult decisions about
    > >          how, when and where to spend the funds of the
    > >          entity that they have just been elected to.
    > >          Can you really make the tough decisions not
    > >          only now but in the future when it's a lot
    > >          harder in your political life to balance the
    > >          budgets, cut staffs, make cutbacks and so on,
    > >          even if you are opposed by the entities
    > >          employees, the media and even part of the
    > >          general public and will you commit to do so
    > >          with compassion, and understanding of the
    > >          people that you are affecting with your
    > >          decision(s)?
    > >
    > > [ X ] Yes,   [  ] No,   [  ] I Don't know.
    > >
    > > 04.      On November 20, 1993, the U.S. Congress and
    > >          President passed the NORTH AMERICAN FREE TRADE
    > >          AGREEMENT (NAFTA), H.R.  3450.  What is your
    > >          position regarding legislation like H.R. 3450?
    > >
    > > [  ] Support,   [ X ] Oppose,   [  ] I Don't know.
    > >
    > > 05.      On December 1, 1994, the U.S. Congress and
    > >          President passed the URUGUAY ROUND AGREEMENTS
    > >          ACT, H.R.  5110.  The Senate record vote
    > >          analysis says the following: "The World Trade
    > >          Organization (WTO) will serve as the successor
    > >          to the GATT (General Agreement on Tariffs and
    > >          Trade) to implement the agreements reached in
    > >          the Uruguay Round." What is your position
    > >          regarding legislation like H.R. 5110?
    > >
    > > [  ] I Support the whole agreement,
    > > [ X ] I Oppose the whole agreement,
    > > [  ] I Oppose the WTO portion but support the GATT
    > >      portion,
    > > [  ] I Don't know.
    > >
    > > 06.      There are current attempts in various states
    > >          to have the states call a U.S. Constitutional
    > >          Convention.  What are your thoughts about a
    > >          U.S.  Constitutional Convention?
    > >
    > > [  ] I would support it, if I supported the amendment,
    > >      the U.S. Constitutional Convention was called for.
    > >
    > > [ X ] I would oppose it, even if I supported the
    > >      amendment, the U.S.  Constitutional Convention was
    > >      called for.
    > >
    > > [  ] I Don't know.
    > >
    > > 07.      What is your position on abortion?
    > >
    > > Are you: [  ] Pro-choice, or [ X ] Pro-life?
    > >
    > > 08.      Describe in detail your stand on abortion, how
    > >          will your public policy reflect your personal
    > >          stand? (Must be answered)
    > >          I am married in Holy Matrimony to my wife Georgiana and
    we have four daughters, the youngest is two months old.  I believe that civil
    rights must be guaranteed for all persons from the moment of Conception.  I
    will vote pro life, and I oppose government funding of abortion.
    > >
    > > 09.      What is your position on the legalization of
    > >          homosexual marriage, civil union, or
    > >          registered partner legislation?
    > >
    > > [  ] Support,   [ X ] Oppose,   [  ] I Don't know.
    > >
    > > 10.      There are current efforts in various levels of
    > >          government to add "affectional or sexual
    > >          orientation" or similar language to either
    > >          civil rights or employment laws.  What are
    > >          your thoughts about such law changes?
    > >
    > > [  ] Support,   [ X ] Oppose,   [  ] I Don't know.
    > >
    > > 11.      I believe that parents who take their kids out
    > >          of the public education system or who never
    > >          put them in the public education system
    > >          because they are home schoolers should be...
    > >          (please complete)
    > >
    > > [ X ] Supported,   [  ] Opposed,   [  ] I Don't know.
    > >
    > > 12.      Given recent Supreme Court rulings which have
    > >          prohibited prayer in public schools, would you
    > >          support either the use of Article III, Section
    > >          2, Clause 2 of the U.S. Constitution to exempt the
    > >          appellate jurisdiction of the Supreme Court in
    > >          such cases, or a law by the U.S.  Congress
    > >          which would allow voluntary prayer in public
    > >          schools and the posting of the Ten
    > >          Commandments on the walls of public school
    > >          classrooms and courtrooms?
    > >
    > > [ X ] Yes, I would support it.
    > > [  ] No, I would not support it.
    > > [  ] I Don't know.
    > >
    > > 13.      On May 5, 1994, the U.S. Congress and
    > >          President passed H.R.  4296, "Assault Weapons
    > >          Ban".  The 1994 CQ (Congressional Quarterly)
    > >          Almanac states that passage of this bill would
    > >          "ban the manufacture and possession of 19
    > >          types of semiautomatic weapons and high-
    > >          capacity weapons and high-capacity ammunition
    > >          clips but exempt existing guns and about 670
    > >          guns that are deemed to have a legitimate
    > >          sporting purpose." What is your position
    > >          regarding legislation like H.R. 4296?
    > >
    > > [  ] Support,   [ X ] Oppose,   [  ] I Don't know.
    > >
    > > 14.      President George W. Bush and the two previous
    > >          Presidents, Clinton and Bush have been
    > >          advocates of Goals 2000 as a method of
    > >          education reform.  What are your thoughts
    > >          about Goals 2000?
    > >
    > > [  ] I support it, completely,
    > > [  ] I support most of it, but not all of it,
    > > [ X ] I oppose it, completely,
    > > [  ] I oppose most of it, but not all of it,
    > > [  ] I Don't know.
    > >
    > > 15.      President Clinton and the majority of Congress
    > >          in the summer of 1997 approved Most Favored
    > >          Nation (MFN) status for Mainland China, in the
    > >          hopes that opening up trade with them would
    > >          motivate them to stop their human rights
    > >          violations and religious persecution.  That
    > >          status became permanent in 2000.  If it were
    > >          reverted back to being voted on annually, how
    > >          would you vote?
    > >
    > > [  ] I would support giving China MFN status.
    > > [ X ] I Oppose giving China MFN status.
    > > [  ] I Don't know.
    > >
    > > 16.      Congressman Don Young on February 27, 1997
    > >          reintroduced "The American Land Sovereignty
    > >          Protection Act of 1997", H.R. 901 to reverse
    > >          the Clinton Administration policy of being
    > >          able to put 46 U.S. National Parks under
    > >          United Nations Control.  What is your position
    > >          regarding legislation like H.R. 901?
    > >
    > > [ X ] Support,   [  ] Oppose,   [  ] I Don't know.
    > >
    > > 17.      On October 10, 1995 the U.S. Army commanded
    > >          Army Specialist Michael New to exchange the
    > >          uniform of the U.S.  Army for that of the
    > >          United Nations.  Army Specialist Michael New
    > >          refused and the U.S. Army court-martialled and
    > >          gave him a Bad Conduct Discharge for making
    > >          this decision. What is your position regarding
    > >          Army decisions like this?
    > >
    > > [  ] Support,   [ X ] Oppose,   [  ] I Don't know.
    > >
    > > 18.      Individuals, Organizations including but not
    > >          limited to Universities, and Companies, in the
    > >          U.S.A.  as well as around the world are
    > >          attempting to clone human beings.  What is
    > >          your position concerning human cloning?
    > >
    > > [  ] Yes, in order to aid research I support human
    > >      cloning.
    > > [ X ] No, I believe that human cloning is immoral and
    > >      should be opposed.
    > > [  ] I Don't know.
    > >
    > > 19.      On August 09, 2001, President George W. Bush
    > >          announced that he will support embryonic Stem Cell
    > >          Research.  What is your position regarding
    > >          federal government funding and involvement
    > >          allowing embryonic Stem Cell Research?
    > >
    > > [  ] Support,   [ X ] Oppose,   [  ] I Don't know.
    > >
    > > 20.      Since the events of 09/11/2001 there has been
    > >          great discussion about the United State's
    > >          dependence on foreign oil.   There is great
    > >          concern that dependence on imported oil
    > >          especially from countries in the Middle
    > >          Eastern area of the World has brought about a
    > >          debate about what we as a country ought to do
    > >          to solve this great challenge.  Will you
    > >          support all efforts for conservation and ways
    > >          to increase the United States of America's own
    > >          resources of oil exploration?
    > >
    > > [ X ] Yes, I would support efforts.
    > > [  ] No, I oppose these efforts.
    > > [  ] I Don't know.
    > >
    > > 21.      Before the events of 09/11/2001 and after
    > >          there have been calls for the U.S.A. to have
    > >          everyone have and be able to show a National
    > >          Identification (ID) Card.  Will you support
    > >          the U.S.A. issuing a National Identification
    > >          Card?
    > >
    > > [  ] Yes, I support such efforts.
    > > [ X ] No, I do not support such efforts.
    > > [  ] I Don't know.
    > >
    > > 22.    In response to 09/11 should the U.S.A. seek
    > >        diplomatic, commercial and if necessary military
    > >        means to pursue the identification, location and
    > >        elimination of terrorists networks anywhere in
    > >        the world in opposition to the United Nations (U.N.)?
    > >
    > > [ X ] Yes, I would support such efforts.
    > > [  ] No, I would not support such efforts.
    > > [  ] I Don't know.
    > >
    > > 23.      It has been proposed that the United Nations
    > >          implement taxes or fees on world commerce or
    > >          the nations of the world.  Do you support such
    > >          proposals?
    > >
    > > [  ] Yes, I would support such proposals.
    > > [ X ] No, I would not support such proposals.
    > > [  ] I Don't know.
    > >
    


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    > > 24.      You may be aware that Unsolicited E-Mails that
    > >          are Pornographic or are invitations to
    > >          Pornographic Internet Websites are now sent
    > >          indiscriminately to E-Mail addresses without
    > >          any concern as to whether the recipients are
    > >          minors.  To protect minors would you support
    > >          law(s) against sending Unsolicited
    > >          (i.e. without individuals signing up
    > >          to receive such E-Mails) pornographic or
    > >          sexual type E-Mails?
    > >
    > > [ X ] Yes, I would support such laws.
    > > [  ] No, I would not support such laws.
    > > [  ] I Don't know.
    > >
    > > 25.      On June 26, 2002 the 9th Circuit Court of
    > >          Appeals in San Francisco, California issued a
    > >          ruling that it is "unconstitutional" to recite
    > >          the Pledge of Allegiance with the word God in
    > >          schools with the word God in public
    > >          gatherings, because it violates the myth of
    > >          separation of church and state.  What is your
    > >          position concerning this decision?
    > >
    > > [  ] Yes, I believe that the decision was correct.
    > > [ X ] No, I believe that the decision was wrong.
    > > [  ] I Don't know.
    > >
    > > 26.      On May 28, 2002 the Cypress City Council in
    > >          California with the Board of Directors of the
    > >          Cypress Redevelopment agency voted to condemn
    > >          the land purchased for the construction of a
    > >          new Church building by Cottonwood Christian
    > >          Center.  The city intended to give
    > >          Cottonwood's property to Costco, or a
    > >          developer that builds a tax-generating
    > >          facility.  Do you support the decision made by
    > >          Cypress City governmental bodies to take the
    > >          Church's property by Eminent Domain?
    > >
    > > [  ] Yes, I believe that the decision was correct.
    > > [ X ] No, I believe that the decision was wrong.
    > > [  ] I Don't know.
    > >
    > > 27.      On February 21, 2002 the City of Pico Rivera,
    > >          California announced in a News Release that
    > >          U.S.  District Court Judge Dickran Tevrizian
    > >          ruled against the City's ability to regulate
    > >          adult-oriented businesses within their
    > >          jurisdiction.  Do you believe that a city has
    > >          the ability to regulate adult oriented
    > >          establishments within its jurisdiction?
    > >
    > > [ X ] Yes, I do.
    > > [  ] No, I do not.
    > > [  ] I Don't know.
    > >
    > > 28.      There have been efforts in various states to
    > >          allow illegal aliens to obtain driver's
    > >          licenses.  The proponents of such moves
    > >          communicate that providing driver's licenses
    > >          for illegal aliens will make our streets and
    > >          highways safer. Opponents believe it will not.
    > >          Do you believe that illegal aliens ought to be
    > >          able to obtain driver's licenses?
    > >
    > > [  ] Yes, I do.
    > > [ X ] No, I do not.
    > > [  ] I Don't know.
    > >
    > > 29.      Recently there has been renewed debate about
    > >          teaching creation as well as evolution in
    > >          public schools.
    > >
    > >          A spokesman for Vice President Al Gore in
    > >          August 1999 announced that the vice president
    > >          "favors the teaching of evolution in the
    > >          public schools," adding the decision should be
    > >          local and "localities should be free to teach
    > >          creationism as well."
    > >
    > >          President Clinton through his spokesman, Joe
    > >          Lockhart said: "I think the president believes
    > >          the curriculum is by law and by all common
    > >          practice left to local school boards," White
    > >          House Press Secretary Joe Lockhart said.  "I
    > >          think the president believes, that the local
    > >          school boards, though, are bound by the law
    > >          of the land and the Supreme Court has
    > >          spoken very clearly on this issue."
    > >
    > > Do you believe that the Local Board of Education or the
    > > State Board of Education should have the right to allow
    > > the teaching of creationism and evolution on an equal
    > > basis?
    > >
    > > [ X ] Yes, I do.
    > > [  ] No, I do not.
    > > [  ] I Don't know.
    > >
    > > 30.      On October 26, 2001, President Bush signed the
    > >          USA Patriot Act (USAPA) into law after its
    > >          passage through the Congress of the United
    > >          States of America.  There has been some debate
    > >          since then that the provisions allowing for
    > >          surveillance on Americans went too far in the
    > >          passage of USAPA.  Which one of the following
    > >          most correctly describes your philosophy?:
    > >
    > > [  ] In time of war, I believe that the government of
    > >      the United States should be given whatever power
    > >      they need to combat terrorism even if there are
    > >      challenges to the Bill of Rights in the
    > >      Constitution.
    > >
    > > [ X ] I believe that the founding fathers of the United
    > >      States put in checks and balances into our
    > >      government such as the Constitution and especially
    > >      the first ten amendments also called "The Bill of
    > >      Rights," and those should not be eliminated.
    > >
    > > 31.      Since September 11, 2001 there has been a
    > >          great deal of discussion in both the U.S.A.,
    > >          and in Middle Eastern Arab Muslim Countries,
    > >          about whether Israel has a right to exist as a
    > >          country.  There are many in those countries
    > >          that believe that Israel does not have a right
    > >          to exist.
    > >
    > > [ X ] I believe that Israel has a right to exist as a
    > >      Country and it is duty of the U.S.A. to enforce
    > >      it's right to exist, as the U.S.A. has already
    > >      committed to do by a defense treaty.
    > >
    > > [  ] I do not believe that Israel has a right to exist,
    > >      and I will work to end the United States
    > >      commitment of enforcing Israel's right to exist.
    > >
    > > [  ] I Don't know.
    > >
    > > 32.      On February 4, 2004, President George W. Bush
    > >          made the following Statement on Massachusetts'
    > >          Court Ruling.  "Today's ruling of the
    > >          Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court is deeply
    > >          troubling. Marriage is a sacred institution
    > >          between a man and a woman. If activist judges
    > >          insist on re-defining marriage by court order,
    > >          the only alternative will be the constitutional
    > >          process. We must do what is legally necessary
    > >          to defend the sanctity of marriage."
    > >
    > > [ X ] I believe that Marriage is a sacred institution
    > >      between a man and a woman.  I would support a
    > >      Constitutional Amendment that defends marriage as
    > >      only between a man and a woman.
    > >
    > > [  ] I believe that Marriage is a sacred institution
    > >      but is not restricted to just between a man and a
    > >      woman.  I would not support a Constitutional
    > >      Amendment that defends marriage as only between a
    > >      man and a woman.
    > >
    > > [  ] I Don't know.
    > >
    > > 33.      Article II, Section 1, Clause 5 of the U.S.
    > >          Constitution, drafted in 1787, says that only
    > >          natural-born Americans at least 35 years old
    > >          who have lived in the country for 14 years can
    > >          serve as President or Vice President.
    > >
    > >          There is bi-partisan support for a
    > >          Constitutional Amendment to change that
    > >          requirement.  Including, but not limited to
    > >          California's Republican Governor Arnold
    > >          Schwarzenegger and Michigan's Democrat
    > >          Governor Jennifer Granholm, both of whom were
    > >          born outside of the U.S.A.
    > >
    > >          Would you support a Constitutional Amendment
    > >          making it possible for non natural born
    > >          citizens of the United States to be eligible
    > >          for the country's highest office, the
    > >          Presidency of the U.S.A.?
    > >
    > > [  ] Yes, I would.
    > > [ X ] No, I would not.
    > > [  ] I Don't know.
    > >
    > > 34.      There has been a great deal of discussion that
    > >          the U.S.A. should join the International
    > >          Criminal Court also known as the ICC.  The ICC's
    > >          decisions would be binding on U.S. Citizens.
    > >          Would you support the U.S.A. joining the ICC?
    > >
    > > [  ] Yes, I would.
    > > [ X ] No, I would not.
    > > [  ] I Don't know.
    > >
    > > 35.      On June 1, 2004, Los Angeles County,
    > >          California, the most populated county in the
    > >          U.S.A., with almost ten million (10,000,000)
    > >          residents, or more population than the entire
    > >          population of forty two (42) states voted to
    > >          remove the little cross from their county
    > >          seal.  This was a three (3) to two (2)
    > >          decision to negotiate with the American Civil
    > >          Liberties Union (ACLU) over its threat to sue
    > >          unless a small cross is removed from the
    > >          county seal, rather than to fight the
    > >          threatened lawsuit.
    > >
    > >          Zev Yaroslavsky one of the three (3) voting
    > >          for removal said: "I don't personally believe
    > >          that any religious symbol on any government
    > >          seal is appropriate."
    > >
    > >          Do you believe that Christian religious
    > >          symbols and names should be removed from city,
    > >          county, state, federal government entities in
    > >          the U.S.A.?
    > >
    > > [  ] Yes, I do.
    > > [ X ] No, I do not.
    > > [  ] I Don't know.
    > >
    > > 36.      You may be required to make political
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    > >          Candidates accept endorsements  and endorse
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    > >          any, would you be willing to "agree to
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    > > [  ] The number(s) of the question(s) I could "agree
    > >      to disagree" on are:
    > >      _________________________________________________.
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    > > [ X ] Except for Question #01 (Why are you running for
    > >      this office?), I could not "agree to disagree"
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    > > 37.      Which one of the following most correctly
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    > > [  ] I understand in order to accomplish my political
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