On April 4, 2014, The Family Policy Council of West Virginia sent a survey [certified mail] (below) to every candidate running in the 2014 West Virginia primary election.
The goal of the survey is two-fold.
First, the survey is designed to require accountability on the part of those who seek elected office in West Virginia. The survey will compel candidates to provide personal opinions on important issues that can and will affect faith, family and freedom in West Virginia. Second, this information will be used to develop an easy-to-follow voter guide for you, the citizens of West Virginia, to understand more clearly exactly where candidates stand on these issues so that you can choose the lawmakers who will and won’t govern your family on Tuesday, May 13, 2014 and November 4, 2014.
To download a PDF version of the West Virginia Candidate Issues Survey: Survey PDF