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Jim Abeler on Civil Rights

 

 


Government shouldn't redefine marriage

Question topic: Marriage is a union of one man and one woman. No government has the authority to alter this definition.

Abeler: Strongly Agree

Source: Faith2Action iVoterGuide on 2014 Minnesota Senate race , Jul 2, 2014

No state authorization of same-sex marriage

Jim Abeler voted Nay on passage of HF.1054. Legislative outcome: Bill Passed House, 75-59.

Legislative summary: An act relating to marriage; providing for civil marriage between two persons (replacing the current definition of "a man and a woman"); providing for exemptions and protections based on religious association.

Source: Minnesota House voting records(Votesmart 2013-2014 synopses) , May 9, 2013

Rated 0% by MN-OAP on positions on racial equity

Jim Abeler was rated 0% by Minnesota Organizing Apprenticeship Project (Positions on Racial Equity)

Minnesota Organizing Apprenticeship Project description:: "OAP was one of the first organizations in the United States to create a training program capable of teaching organizing across some of the traditional lines that divide communities and organizations. Created in 1993, our original mission was to improve the quality of community organizing in Minnesota by working to increase the number, diversity of and relationships between skilled community organizers. OAP's founders were a group of organizers, community and foundation leaders who saw a need for a larger, and more diverse group of trained organizers to work with the rapidly changing communities of Minnesota."

Source: Organization ratings on VoteSmart.org, 2013-2014 session , Apr 1, 2013

Define marriage as one-man-one-woman

Legislative Summary: Constitutional amendment to recognize marriage solely between one man and one womanLegislative Outcome: Passed House 70-62 on May 21, 2011; Rep Jim Abeler voted NAY; passed Senate 38-27 on May 11, 2011; Gov. Dayton spoke at "Vote No" rallies; "Amendment 1" failed to pass in general election on Nov. 6, 2012, by a vote of 52% to 48%.
Source: BillTrack50 on Minnesota legislative voting records , May 21, 2011

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