Wikia

Campaigns Wikia

Massachusetts gubernatorial election, 2006/Issues

< Massachusetts gubernatorial election, 2006

1,300pages on
this wiki
Talk0
Issues

PurposeEdit

The purpose of this page is to help inform the voters of Massachusetts about the stances and positions of each candidate for Governor. The goal is to have one place to quickly find out the positions for every candidate and a reference link for more detailed information.

Rules/GuidelinesEdit

Because so many people will likely be helping to fill this in, it is important to establish some guidelines:

  1. Try not to be too wordy, instead place a link to a page with more details after stating the position and giving a quote or two. Remember, there are 4 candidates and this page should be easily read in a reasonable amount of time.
  2. All statements needs links to references so that the content can be verified.
  3. Because we want stances to be clear and not at all confusing, all statements should begin similar to the following and then be elaborated with references and details:
    1. [candidate name] "is"/"appears to be"/"seems" strongly for
    2. [candidate name] "is"/"appears to be"/"seems" strongly opposed to
    3. [candidate name] "probably would not"/"would not" oppose legislation or bringing to a statewide vote
    4. [candidate name] "does not"/"does not seem to" have strong feelings about this issue
  4. If an issue is added to one candidate, the subheading should be added to all so that if you cannot fill it in for all candidates, someone else will be more likely to remember to do so.
  5. Again, try not to be too wordy.

IssuesEdit

  1. Affordable Housing
    1. Apartments (Rental)
    2. Property (Purchase)
  2. Abortion
  3. Capital Punishment
  4. Civil Liberties (Patriot Act, etc.)
  5. Civil Rights
  6. Drug Policy
  7. Drunk Driving
  8. Emergency Contraception
  9. Environment
  10. Gambling
  11. Health Care
  12. Higher Education
  13. Illegal Immigration
  14. K-12 Education
  15. Labor Law
  16. Liquor Law (beer/wine/liquor in grocery stores, hours of sale, etc.)
  17. Marriage Rights
  18. Prescription Drug Policy
  19. 2nd Amendment
  20. State Highways
  21. Taxation
    1. Income
    2. Property
    3. Sales
  22. Terrorism Readiness/Prevention
  23. Transportation
    1. Infrastructure (crumbling bridges on Route 9, etc.)
    2. Mass transit
  24. Violent/Property Crime

Candidates and PositionsEdit

Christy MihosEdit

Affordable HousingEdit

AbortionEdit

Apartments (Rental)Edit

Property (Purchase)Edit

Capital PunishmentEdit

Civil Liberties (Patriot Act, etc.)Edit

Civil RightsEdit

Drug PolicyEdit

Drunk DrivingEdit

Emergency ContraceptionEdit

EnvironmentEdit

GamblingEdit

Health CareEdit

Higher EducationEdit

Illegal ImmigrationEdit

K-12 EducationEdit

Labor LawEdit

Liquor Law (beer/wine/liquor in grocery stores, hours of sale, etc.)Edit

Marriage RightsEdit

Prescription Drug PolicyEdit

2nd AmendmentEdit

State HighwaysEdit

TaxationEdit

IncomeEdit

PropertyEdit

SalesEdit

Terrorism Readiness/PreventionEdit

TransportationEdit

Infrastructure (crumbling bridges on Route 9, etc.)Edit

Mass transitEdit

Violent/Property CrimeEdit

Deval PatrickEdit

Affordable HousingEdit

Apartments (Rental)Edit

Property (Purchase)Edit

AbortionEdit

Capital PunishmentEdit

Civil Liberties (Patriot Act, etc.)Edit

Civil RightsEdit

Drug PolicyEdit

Drunk DrivingEdit

Emergency ContraceptionEdit

EnvironmentEdit

GamblingEdit

Health CareEdit

Higher EducationEdit

Illegal ImmigrationEdit

K-12 EducationEdit

Labor LawEdit

Liquor Law (beer/wine/liquor in grocery stores, hours of sale, etc.)Edit

Marriage RightsEdit

Prescription Drug PolicyEdit

2nd AmendmentEdit

State HighwaysEdit

TaxationEdit

IncomeEdit

PropertyEdit

SalesEdit

Terrorism Readiness/PreventionEdit

TransportationEdit

Infrastructure (crumbling bridges on Route 9, etc.)Edit

Mass transitEdit

Violent/Property CrimeEdit

Grace RossEdit

Affordable HousingEdit

Apartments (Rental)Edit

Property (Purchase)Edit

AbortionEdit

Capital PunishmentEdit

Civil Liberties (Patriot Act, etc.)Edit

Civil RightsEdit

Drug PolicyEdit

Drunk DrivingEdit

Emergency ContraceptionEdit

EnvironmentEdit

GamblingEdit

Health CareEdit

Higher EducationEdit

Illegal ImmigrationEdit

K-12 EducationEdit

Labor LawEdit

Liquor Law (beer/wine/liquor in grocery stores, hours of sale, etc.)Edit

Marriage RightsEdit

Prescription Drug PolicyEdit

2nd AmendmentEdit

State HighwaysEdit

TaxationEdit

IncomeEdit

PropertyEdit

SalesEdit

Terrorism Readiness/PreventionEdit

TransportationEdit

Infrastructure (crumbling bridges on Route 9, etc.)Edit

Mass transitEdit

Violent/Property CrimeEdit

Kerry HealeyEdit

Affordable HousingEdit

Apartments (Rental)Edit

Property (Purchase)Edit

AbortionEdit

Capital PunishmentEdit

Civil Liberties (Patriot Act, etc.)Edit

Civil RightsEdit

Drug PolicyEdit

Drunk DrivingEdit

Emergency ContraceptionEdit

EnvironmentEdit

GamblingEdit

Health CareEdit

Higher EducationEdit

Illegal ImmigrationEdit

K-12 EducationEdit

Labor LawEdit

Liquor Law (beer/wine/liquor in grocery stores, hours of sale, etc.)Edit

Marriage RightsEdit

Prescription Drug PolicyEdit

2nd AmendmentEdit

State HighwaysEdit

TaxationEdit

IncomeEdit

PropertyEdit

SalesEdit

Terrorism Readiness/PreventionEdit

TransportationEdit

Infrastructure (crumbling bridges on Route 9, etc.)Edit

Mass transitEdit

Violent/Property CrimeEdit

Around Wikia's network

Random Wiki