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Bob Conley on Civil Rights

Democratic Senate challenger


Strengthen our families

What you can expect from Bob Conley as your United States Senator?

Bob Conley is the candidate, and this campaign is our campaign. Our campaign is about the future of our country. Our campaign is about the future of our State. Our campaign is about the future of our families.

Our message is one of change and hope: to strengthen our families. Our campaign is about the future of freedom. Our campaign is to build a future of peace and prosperity that will lift up the middle class.

Source: Campaign website, aimhighwithbob.com Jul 2, 2008

Anti-gay marriage Democratic conservative

On social issues, the pro-life, anti-gay marriage Conley measures up fine against the incumbent senator. But he's still a Democrat, right? Given the track records of GOP senators like Graham, the loyalty of conservatives to the Republican Party has produced more heartbreak than results. It might be time for conservatives to quit looking for love in all the wrong places. Now we have an option. That Conley, an unknown Democrat, might not be able to defeat Graham doesn't change the fact that he should
Source: Charleston City Paper, "A Real Choice" Jun 18, 2008

Traditional Catholic positions on gay marriage

Conley remains the most consistent conservative in the race. Conley's Buchananite views on trade and immigration are tough, and his advocacy of sound money strikes a chord with many fiscal conservatives that would otherwise never give a Democrat a second look. It is also not unreasonable to assume that Conley's traditional Catholic positions on abortion and gay marriage were contributing factors to his success.
Source: Dylan Hales on takimag.com: "A Ron Paul Democrat?" Jun 18, 2008

Other candidates on Civil Rights: Bob Conley on other issues:
SC Gubernatorial:
Mark Sanford
SC Senatorial:
Jim DeMint
Lindsey Graham


2008 Senate retirements:

Wayne Allard(R,CO)
Larry Craig(R,ID)
Pete Domenici(R,NM)
Chuck Hagel(R,NE)
Trent Lott(R,MS)
Craig Thomas(R,WY)
John Warner(R,VA)

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V.P.Joe Biden
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MS6:Cochran
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NJ:Lautenberg
NM:*Udall
OK:Inhofe
OR:*Merkley over Smith
RI:Reed
SC:Graham
SD:Johnson
TN:Alexander
TX:Cornyn
VA:*Warner
WV:Rockefeller
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