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Results from the "2012 Oklahoma Voter’s Guide for the Well-Informed Voter of Faith," a new issues-based survey for candidates produced by the Baptist General Convention of Oklahoma (BGCO), are now available online at www.bgco.org/vote.
The BGCO’s Ethics & Religious Liberty Committee has published the answers from congressional and legislative candidates to a 25-question survey distributed to all candidates in Oklahoma. The survey results provide a revealing look into the current and potential makeup of opinion within Oklahoma policy makers.
Highlights of the survey results include:
On the question of the definition of marriage as a union between one man and one woman, only one candidate said marriage is not limited to one man and one woman.
On the question of attitude toward the Oklahoma state lottery, 75 percent of candidates oppose it.
On the question of support for the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (known as "Obamacare"), 87.5 percent of the candidates oppose it.
Of those that responded to the "Oklahoma Voter’s Guide for the Well-Informed Voter of Faith," 75 percent were Republican, 20 percent were Democrat and 5 percent were Independent.