3 Senate Hopefuls Respond, 10 Did Not Respond
Contact: Eugene Delgaudio, Public Advocate, 703-845-1808, email@example.com
FALLS CHURCH, Va., Feb. 26, 2014 /Christian Newswire/ -- A small non-profit pro-family group is seeking to promote traditional marriage by asking candidates for the U.S. Senate questions in a formal survey and sharing the results with supporters in Texas.
The group is doing a similar campaign in 20 other states.
See this link: publicadvocateusa.org/news/article.php?article=9239
Eugene Delgaudio, president of Public Advocate of the US Inc, said today:
Public Advocate is telling Texas supporters by electronic mail, by facebook, and by direct mail which Senate Candidates have returned the survey and who has not returned the survey.
Some candidates who did not respond are not happy that we are telling people that they did not respond. We make no apologies for telling anybody that they did not respond.
All Texas Senate candidates, in both major parties, were written by certified mail at their registered addresses and by regular mail, and given nearly a month to complete and return Public Advocate's Senate Candidate 2014 surveys. All signed for the surveys last January, more than a month ago today.
Three candidates for U.S. Senate returned the 2014 Public Advocate Senate Candidate Survey: Congressman Steve Stockman, Mr. Curt Cleaver and Mr. Chris Mapp. We are telling supporters these three (3) candidates returned the survey.
The other ten candidates, including incumbent Senator John Cornyn, and others failed to return their surveys despite signing for them.
We are asking thousands of supporters in Texas to respectfully request the pro-family surveys to be filled out from ten (10) candidates who's surveys are currently unreturned, from Senator John Cornyn, Dwayne Stovall, Reid Reasor, Linda Vega, Ken Cope, David Alameel, Michael Fjetland, Harry Kim, Maxey Scherr and Kesha Rogers.
All these candidates were informed that failure to return their survey would be graded as receiving a 0% Pro-Family rating from Public Advocate. We also state we are not endorsing any candidate or candidates, just reporting who has or has not responded to the survey.
An earlier version of the mailed candidate survey and a similar "citizens survey" is prominently posted on the home page of Public Advocate. It is always on the home page.
A copy of this press release is posted at