Bob Willett Candidate for 87th District House Representative Web Site http://bobwillettin2010.


Each question was scored using 1-10 A score of 10 being the highest score. A scoring of “I” was an incomplete or unanswered question. A Scored 10 Answer equals, The most through, complete, thoughtful, specific and responsive answer that demonstrated a strong level of understanding and commitment to constitutional conservative ideas. Answer(s) to Question 1 “What are your reasons for running AND and Question 10, “What is your definition of limited government’ ARE THE CANDIDATE’S OWN WORDS Please refer to the M.A.P.S Candidate Questionnaire by clicking the link for the reminder of the questions

Results of M.A.P.S Candidate Questionnaire for Bob Willett Candidate for 87th district House Representative

1. What are your reasons for running for office? There are three main reasons I have chose to run for office. First, I feel both parties have gotten it wrong. Republicans promise to cut spending and government, but never do. Democrats claim to be “for the working man,” but in reality they are more concerned with force feeding legislation to satisfy their socio-political agendas. Next, I

feel that most of the current politicians treat the taxpayer as a never ending source of revenue. They have this idea that there is no need to control their spending, because all they have to do is raise taxes to cover their ineptitude. Finally, and probably most important, current politicians tend to treat our rights as if they are negotiable. Whether it is property rights or our 2nd amendment rights, they are NON-Negotiable. 2. 7 3. I 4. 10 5. 10 6. 3 7. 10 8. 10 9. 10 10. What is your definition of limited gov’t? Limited government would be restricting the government to the authority and scope as set forth in our Constitution. The government should be a gentle, guiding hand. It should not be, and was not intended to be, the all powerful hand of god. 11. 10 12. 10

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