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Nathan Deal on Crime
Republican Governor; previously Representative (GA-10): Click here for 10 full quotes OR click here for Nathan Deal on other issues.
  • Accountability courts to avoid 5,000 prison beds. (Jan 2013)
  • Voted NO on enforcing against anti-gay hate crimes. (Apr 2009)
  • Voted NO on expanding services for offenders' re-entry into society. (Nov 2007)
  • Voted NO on funding for alternative sentencing instead of more prisons. (Jun 2000)
  • Voted YES on more prosecution and sentencing for juvenile crime. (Jun 1999)
  • Voted NO on maintaining right of habeas corpus in Death Penalty Appeals. (Mar 1996)
  • Voted YES on making federal death penalty appeals harder. (Feb 1995)
  • Voted NO on replacing death penalty with life imprisonment. (Apr 1994)
  • Rated 20% by CURE, indicating anti-rehabilitation crime votes. (Dec 2000)
  • Megan's Law: public list of sexually violent offenders. (Jul 1995)

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Paul Broun on Crime
Republican: Click here for 3 full quotes OR click here for Paul Broun on other issues.
  • Stop over-criminalization in vague laws like Lacey Act. (Sep 2012)
  • Voted NO on enforcing against anti-gay hate crimes. (Apr 2009)
  • Voted NO on expanding services for offenders' re-entry into society. (Nov 2007)
Phil Gingrey on Crime
Republican Representative (GA-11): Click here for 2 full quotes OR click here for Phil Gingrey on other issues.
  • Voted NO on enforcing against anti-gay hate crimes. (Apr 2009)
  • Voted NO on expanding services for offenders' re-entry into society. (Nov 2007)
Karen Handel on Crime
Republican Challenger: Click here for Karen Handel on other issues.
    No stance on record.
Johnny Isakson on Crime
Republican Jr Senator; previously Rep (GA-6): Click here for 4 full quotes OR click here for Johnny Isakson on other issues.
  • Voted NO on reinstating $1.15 billion funding for the COPS Program. (Mar 2007)
  • Voted NO on funding for alternative sentencing instead of more prisons. (Jun 2000)
  • Voted YES on more prosecution and sentencing for juvenile crime. (Jun 1999)
  • Rated 20% by CURE, indicating anti-rehabilitation crime votes. (Dec 2000)
Jack Kingston on Crime
Republican Representative (GA-1): Click here for 9 full quotes OR click here for Jack Kingston on other issues.
  • Voted NO on enforcing against anti-gay hate crimes. (Apr 2009)
  • Voted NO on expanding services for offenders' re-entry into society. (Nov 2007)
  • Voted NO on funding for alternative sentencing instead of more prisons. (Jun 2000)
  • Voted YES on more prosecution and sentencing for juvenile crime. (Jun 1999)
  • Voted NO on maintaining right of habeas corpus in Death Penalty Appeals. (Mar 1996)
  • Voted YES on making federal death penalty appeals harder. (Feb 1995)
  • Voted NO on replacing death penalty with life imprisonment. (Apr 1994)
  • Rated 30% by CURE, indicating anti-rehabilitation crime votes. (Dec 2000)
  • More prisons, more enforcement, effective death penalty. (Sep 1994)
Michelle Nunn on Crime
Democratic Challenger: Click here for Michelle Nunn on other issues.
    No stance on record.
David Perdue on Crime
Republican challenger: Click here for David Perdue on other issues.
    No stance on record.

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John Barrow on Crime
Democratic Representative (GA-12): Click here for 2 full quotes OR click here for John Barrow on other issues.
  • Voted YES on enforcing against anti-gay hate crimes. (Apr 2009)
  • Voted YES on expanding services for offenders' re-entry into society. (Nov 2007)
Sanford Bishop on Crime
Democratic Representative (GA-2): Click here for 10 full quotes OR click here for Sanford Bishop on other issues.
  • Voted YES on enforcing against anti-gay hate crimes. (Apr 2009)
  • Voted YES on funding for alternative sentencing instead of more prisons. (Jun 2000)
  • Voted YES on more prosecution and sentencing for juvenile crime. (Jun 1999)
  • Voted YES on maintaining right of habeas corpus in Death Penalty Appeals. (Mar 1996)
  • Voted NO on making federal death penalty appeals harder. (Feb 1995)
  • Voted NO on replacing death penalty with life imprisonment. (Apr 1994)
  • Rated 67% by CURE, indicating pro-rehabilitation crime votes. (Dec 2000)
  • More funding and stricter sentencing for hate crimes. (Apr 2001)
  • Increase funding for "COPS ON THE BEAT" program. (Jan 2007)
  • More prison cells; more truth in sentencing. (Nov 1993)
Paul Broun on Crime
Republican: Click here for 3 full quotes OR click here for Paul Broun on other issues.
  • Stop over-criminalization in vague laws like Lacey Act. (Sep 2012)
  • Voted NO on enforcing against anti-gay hate crimes. (Apr 2009)
  • Voted NO on expanding services for offenders' re-entry into society. (Nov 2007)
Doug Collins on Crime
Republican (District 9): Click here for the full quote OR click here for Doug Collins on other issues.
  • Supports capital punishment. (Nov 2012)
Phil Gingrey on Crime
Republican Representative (GA-11): Click here for 2 full quotes OR click here for Phil Gingrey on other issues.
  • Voted NO on enforcing against anti-gay hate crimes. (Apr 2009)
  • Voted NO on expanding services for offenders' re-entry into society. (Nov 2007)
Tom Graves on Crime
Republican (District 14): Click here for Tom Graves on other issues.
    No stance on record.
Hank Johnson on Crime
Democrat: Click here for 5 full quotes OR click here for Hank Johnson on other issues.
  • Voted YES on enforcing against anti-gay hate crimes. (Apr 2009)
  • Voted YES on expanding services for offenders' re-entry into society. (Nov 2007)
  • Increase funding for "COPS ON THE BEAT" program. (Jan 2007)
  • Reduce recidivism by giving offenders a Second Chance. (Mar 2007)
  • Easier access to rape kits, and more rape kit analysis. (Nov 2009)
Jack Kingston on Crime
Republican Representative (GA-1): Click here for 9 full quotes OR click here for Jack Kingston on other issues.
  • Voted NO on enforcing against anti-gay hate crimes. (Apr 2009)
  • Voted NO on expanding services for offenders' re-entry into society. (Nov 2007)
  • Voted NO on funding for alternative sentencing instead of more prisons. (Jun 2000)
  • Voted YES on more prosecution and sentencing for juvenile crime. (Jun 1999)
  • Voted NO on maintaining right of habeas corpus in Death Penalty Appeals. (Mar 1996)
  • Voted YES on making federal death penalty appeals harder. (Feb 1995)
  • Voted NO on replacing death penalty with life imprisonment. (Apr 1994)
  • Rated 30% by CURE, indicating anti-rehabilitation crime votes. (Dec 2000)
  • More prisons, more enforcement, effective death penalty. (Sep 1994)
John Lewis on Crime
Democratic Representative (GA-5): Click here for 13 full quotes OR click here for John Lewis on other issues.
  • Voted YES on enforcing against anti-gay hate crimes. (Apr 2009)
  • Voted YES on expanding services for offenders' re-entry into society. (Nov 2007)
  • Voted YES on funding for alternative sentencing instead of more prisons. (Jun 2000)
  • Voted NO on more prosecution and sentencing for juvenile crime. (Jun 1999)
  • Voted YES on maintaining right of habeas corpus in Death Penalty Appeals. (Mar 1996)
  • Voted NO on making federal death penalty appeals harder. (Feb 1995)
  • Voted YES on replacing death penalty with life imprisonment. (Apr 1994)
  • Rated 78% by CURE, indicating pro-rehabilitation crime votes. (Dec 2000)
  • Moratorium on death penalty; more DNA testing. (Mar 2001)
  • More funding and stricter sentencing for hate crimes. (Apr 2001)
  • Require DNA testing for all federal executions. (Mar 2001)
  • Reduce recidivism by giving offenders a Second Chance. (Mar 2007)
  • Abolish the federal death penalty. (Sep 2011)
Tom Price on Crime
Republican Representative (GA-6): Click here for 2 full quotes OR click here for Tom Price on other issues.
  • Voted NO on enforcing against anti-gay hate crimes. (Apr 2009)
  • Voted NO on expanding services for offenders' re-entry into society. (Nov 2007)
Austin Scott on Crime
Republican (District 8): Click here for the full quote OR click here for Austin Scott on other issues.
  • Supports the death penalty. (Nov 2010)
David Scott on Crime
Democratic Representative (GA-13): Click here for 2 full quotes OR click here for David Scott on other issues.
  • Voted YES on enforcing against anti-gay hate crimes. (Apr 2009)
  • Voted YES on expanding services for offenders' re-entry into society. (Nov 2007)
Lynn Westmoreland on Crime
Republican Representative (GA-8): Click here for 3 full quotes OR click here for Lynn Westmoreland on other issues.
  • Voted NO on enforcing against anti-gay hate crimes. (Apr 2009)
  • Voted NO on expanding services for offenders' re-entry into society. (Nov 2007)
  • Harsher sentencing for "pill mill" operators. (Mar 2011)
Rob Woodall on Crime
Republican (District 7): Click here for Rob Woodall on other issues.
    No stance on record.

Former candidates & officeholders:


Sonny Perdue on Crime
Republican GA Governor: Click here for the full quote OR click here for Sonny Perdue on other issues.
  • Criminals should literally pay for their crimes. (Nov 2006)
Saxby Chambliss on Crime
Republican Sr Senator; previously Representative (GA-8): Click here for 7 full quotes OR click here for Saxby Chambliss on other issues.
  • Voted NO on reinstating $1.15 billion funding for the COPS Program. (Mar 2007)
  • Voted NO on funding for alternative sentencing instead of more prisons. (Jun 2000)
  • Voted YES on more prosecution and sentencing for juvenile crime. (Jun 1999)
  • Voted NO on maintaining right of habeas corpus in Death Penalty Appeals. (Mar 1996)
  • Voted YES on making federal death penalty appeals harder. (Feb 1995)
  • Rated 10% by CURE, indicating anti-rehabilitation crime votes. (Dec 2000)
  • More prisons, more enforcement, effective death penalty. (Sep 1994)
Mike Keown on Crime
Former GOP Challenger (2010) (District 2): Click here for Mike Keown on other issues.
    No stance on record.
Roy Barnes on Crime
Former Democratic Governor (1999-2002): Click here for the full quote OR click here for Roy Barnes on other issues.
  • Supports flexible federal block grants for crime programs. (Sep 2001)
Bob Barr on Crime
Republican (Retired 2002) (District 7): Click here for 6 full quotes OR click here for Bob Barr on other issues.
  • Voted NO on funding for alternative sentencing instead of more prisons. (Jun 2000)
  • Voted YES on more prosecution and sentencing for juvenile crime. (Jun 1999)
  • Voted NO on maintaining right of habeas corpus in Death Penalty Appeals. (Mar 1996)
  • Voted YES on making federal death penalty appeals harder. (Feb 1995)
  • More prisons, more enforcement, effective death penalty. (Sep 1994)
  • Prevent luxurious conditions in prisons. (Jan 1995)
Allen Buckley on Crime
Libertarian challenger (2008): Click here for 2 full quotes OR click here for Allen Buckley on other issues.
  • Death penalty acceptable in appropriate circumstances. (Jun 2004)
  • Supports “Three Strikes” sentencing laws. (Jun 2004)
Max Burns on Crime
Republican (Until 2004) (District 12): Click here for Max Burns on other issues.
    No stance on record.
Max Cleland on Crime
Democratic Senator (Former): Click here for 2 full quotes OR click here for Max Cleland on other issues.
  • Voted YES on $1.15 billion per year to continue the COPS program. (May 1999)
  • More funding and stricter sentencing for hate crimes. (Apr 2001)
Mac Collins on Crime
2004 former Republican challenger; US Representative: Click here for 7 full quotes OR click here for Mac Collins on other issues.
  • Voted NO on funding for alternative sentencing instead of more prisons. (Jun 2000)
  • Voted YES on more prosecution and sentencing for juvenile crime. (Jun 1999)
  • Voted NO on maintaining right of habeas corpus in Death Penalty Appeals. (Mar 1996)
  • Voted YES on making federal death penalty appeals harder. (Feb 1995)
  • Voted NO on replacing death penalty with life imprisonment. (Apr 1994)
  • Rated 10% by CURE, indicating anti-rehabilitation crime votes. (Dec 2000)
  • More prisons, more enforcement, effective death penalty. (Sep 1994)
Mac Collins on Crime
Former Republican (until 2005) (District 3): Click here for 7 full quotes OR click here for Mac Collins on other issues.
  • Voted NO on funding for alternative sentencing instead of more prisons. (Jun 2000)
  • Voted YES on more prosecution and sentencing for juvenile crime. (Jun 1999)
  • Voted NO on maintaining right of habeas corpus in Death Penalty Appeals. (Mar 1996)
  • Voted YES on making federal death penalty appeals harder. (Feb 1995)
  • Voted NO on replacing death penalty with life imprisonment. (Apr 1994)
  • Rated 10% by CURE, indicating anti-rehabilitation crime votes. (Dec 2000)
  • More prisons, more enforcement, effective death penalty. (Sep 1994)
Paul Coverdell on Crime
Republican Senator (Former): Click here for 7 full quotes OR click here for Paul Coverdell on other issues.
  • Voted NO on $1.15 billion per year to continue the COPS program. (May 1999)
  • Voted YES on limiting death penalty appeals. (Apr 1996)
  • Voted YES on limiting product liability punitive damage awards. (Mar 1996)
  • Voted YES on restricting class-action lawsuits. (Dec 1995)
  • Voted YES on repealing federal speed limits. (Jun 1995)
  • Voted YES on mandatory prison terms for crimes involving firearms. (May 1994)
  • Voted YES on rejecting racial statistics in death penalty appeals. (May 1994)
Newt Gingrich on Crime
Republican Former (1994-) (District 6): Click here for 9 full quotes OR click here for Newt Gingrich on other issues.
  • Supports Prison Fellowship InnerChange Freedom Initiative. (Dec 2007)
  • 3-strike laws are constitutional; enforce courts compliance. (Oct 2005)
  • Prisoners should work and study; not have gyms. (Jul 1996)
  • Convert decommissioned military bases into prisons. (Jun 1995)
  • No more endless appeals; make death penalty credible. (Dec 1994)
  • Fewer appeals; more prisons; victim restitution. (Dec 1994)
  • Limit habeus corpus appeals; too many frivolous petitions. (Dec 1994)
  • Voted NO on replacing death penalty with life imprisonment. (Apr 1994)
  • More prisons, more enforcement, effective death penalty. (Sep 1994)
Denise Majette on Crime
Democrat (Until 2004) (District 4): Click here for 2 full quotes OR click here for Denise Majette on other issues.
  • Eliminate the use of the death penalty. (Jul 2002)
  • Support alternative sentencing and rehabilitation programs. (Jul 2002)
Denise Majette on Crime
2004 former Democratic challenger; US Representative: Click here for 2 full quotes OR click here for Denise Majette on other issues.
  • Eliminate the use of the death penalty. (Jul 2002)
  • Support alternative sentencing and rehabilitation programs. (Jul 2002)
Zell Miller on Crime
Former Democratic Senator; retired 2004: Click here for 8 full quotes OR click here for Zell Miller on other issues.
  • Implemented two strikes law for violent felons. (Oct 2003)
  • Strengthen “Two Strikes” law with longer sentences. (Feb 1998)
  • Drunk drivers are criminals and deserve tough punishment. (Jan 1998)
  • Two-strikes law got 1,710 ciminals behind bars. (Jan 1998)
  • If teens commit adult crimes, give them adult punishments. (Oct 1993)
  • For violent crime: no parole, no exceptions. (Jan 1993)
  • Two strikes and you’re gone: Life without parole. (Jan 1993)
  • More funding and stricter sentencing for hate crimes. (Apr 2001)
Sam Nunn on Crime
Democratic Senator (Former): Click here for 6 full quotes OR click here for Sam Nunn on other issues.
  • Voted YES on limiting death penalty appeals. (Apr 1996)
  • Voted YES on limiting product liability punitive damage awards. (Mar 1996)
  • Voted NO on restricting class-action lawsuits. (Dec 1995)
  • Voted YES on repealing federal speed limits. (Jun 1995)
  • Voted YES on mandatory prison terms for crimes involving firearms. (May 1994)
  • Voted YES on rejecting racial statistics in death penalty appeals. (May 1994)
Mary Squires on Crime
2004 former Democratic challenger; State Senator: Click here for Mary Squires on other issues.
    No stance on record.
Dale Cardwell on Crime
Democratic Senate Challenger: Click here for Dale Cardwell on other issues.
    No stance on record.
Saxby Chambliss on Crime
Republican Sr Senator; previously Representative (GA-8): Click here for 7 full quotes OR click here for Saxby Chambliss on other issues.
  • Voted NO on reinstating $1.15 billion funding for the COPS Program. (Mar 2007)
  • Voted NO on funding for alternative sentencing instead of more prisons. (Jun 2000)
  • Voted YES on more prosecution and sentencing for juvenile crime. (Jun 1999)
  • Voted NO on maintaining right of habeas corpus in Death Penalty Appeals. (Mar 1996)
  • Voted YES on making federal death penalty appeals harder. (Feb 1995)
  • Rated 10% by CURE, indicating anti-rehabilitation crime votes. (Dec 2000)
  • More prisons, more enforcement, effective death penalty. (Sep 1994)
Nathan Deal on Crime
Republican Governor; previously Representative (GA-10): Click here for 10 full quotes OR click here for Nathan Deal on other issues.
  • Accountability courts to avoid 5,000 prison beds. (Jan 2013)
  • Voted NO on enforcing against anti-gay hate crimes. (Apr 2009)
  • Voted NO on expanding services for offenders' re-entry into society. (Nov 2007)
  • Voted NO on funding for alternative sentencing instead of more prisons. (Jun 2000)
  • Voted YES on more prosecution and sentencing for juvenile crime. (Jun 1999)
  • Voted NO on maintaining right of habeas corpus in Death Penalty Appeals. (Mar 1996)
  • Voted YES on making federal death penalty appeals harder. (Feb 1995)
  • Voted NO on replacing death penalty with life imprisonment. (Apr 1994)
  • Rated 20% by CURE, indicating anti-rehabilitation crime votes. (Dec 2000)
  • Megan's Law: public list of sexually violent offenders. (Jul 1995)
Johnny Isakson on Crime
Republican Jr Senator; previously Rep (GA-6): Click here for 4 full quotes OR click here for Johnny Isakson on other issues.
  • Voted NO on reinstating $1.15 billion funding for the COPS Program. (Mar 2007)
  • Voted NO on funding for alternative sentencing instead of more prisons. (Jun 2000)
  • Voted YES on more prosecution and sentencing for juvenile crime. (Jun 1999)
  • Rated 20% by CURE, indicating anti-rehabilitation crime votes. (Dec 2000)
Vernon Jones on Crime
Democratic Senate challenger: Click here for the full quote OR click here for Vernon Jones on other issues.
  • Support the federal death penalty. (Jul 2008)
Rand Knight on Crime
Democrat Challenger: Click here for 2 full quotes OR click here for Rand Knight on other issues.
  • Provide inmates with job skills and drug treatment. (Jul 2008)
  • Support the federal death penalty. (Jul 2008)
Josh Lanier on Crime
Democratic Senate challenger: Click here for Josh Lanier on other issues.
    No stance on record.
John Linder on Crime
Republican Representative (GA-7): Click here for 10 full quotes OR click here for John Linder on other issues.
  • Voted NO on enforcing against anti-gay hate crimes. (Apr 2009)
  • Voted NO on expanding services for offenders' re-entry into society. (Nov 2007)
  • Voted NO on funding for alternative sentencing instead of more prisons. (Jun 2000)
  • Voted YES on more prosecution and sentencing for juvenile crime. (Jun 1999)
  • Voted NO on maintaining right of habeas corpus in Death Penalty Appeals. (Mar 1996)
  • Voted YES on making federal death penalty appeals harder. (Feb 1995)
  • Voted NO on replacing death penalty with life imprisonment. (Apr 1994)
  • Rated 30% by CURE, indicating anti-rehabilitation crime votes. (Dec 2000)
  • More prison cells; more truth in sentencing. (Nov 1993)
  • More prisons, more enforcement, effective death penalty. (Sep 1994)
Jim Marshall on Crime
Democratic Representative (GA-3): Click here for 2 full quotes OR click here for Jim Marshall on other issues.
  • Voted YES on enforcing against anti-gay hate crimes. (Apr 2009)
  • Voted YES on expanding services for offenders' re-entry into society. (Nov 2007)
Jim Martin on Crime
Democratic Senate Challenger: Click here for 2 full quotes OR click here for Jim Martin on other issues.
  • Supports lethal injection as the method of execution. (Nov 2000)
  • Supports alternative sentencing for non-violent offenders. (Nov 2000)
Cynthia McKinney on Crime
Democrat (District 4): Click here for 15 full quotes OR click here for Cynthia McKinney on other issues.
  • Replace death penalty with life imprisonment. (Feb 2008)
  • End the death penalty; it’s based on race & class. (Jan 2008)
  • End racial disparities in sentencing. (Jan 2008)
  • Police take communities of color as rampaging ground. (Jan 2008)
  • Rethink prisons; reverse astronomical incarceration rates. (Jan 2008)
  • Voted YES on funding for alternative sentencing instead of more prisons. (Jun 2000)
  • Voted NO on more prosecution and sentencing for juvenile crime. (Jun 1999)
  • Voted YES on maintaining right of habeas corpus in Death Penalty Appeals. (Mar 1996)
  • Voted NO on making federal death penalty appeals harder. (Feb 1995)
  • Voted YES on replacing death penalty with life imprisonment. (Apr 1994)
  • Rated 80% by CURE, indicating pro-rehabilitation crime votes. (Dec 2000)
  • Moratorium on death penalty; more DNA testing. (Mar 2001)
  • More funding and stricter sentencing for hate crimes. (Apr 2001)
  • Require DNA testing for all federal executions. (Mar 2001)
  • Stricter sentencing for hate crimes. (Mar 1993)
Charlie Norwood on Crime
Republican (District 10): Click here for 7 full quotes OR click here for Charlie Norwood on other issues.
  • Voted NO on funding for alternative sentencing instead of more prisons. (Jun 2000)
  • Voted YES on more prosecution and sentencing for juvenile crime. (Jun 1999)
  • Voted NO on maintaining right of habeas corpus in Death Penalty Appeals. (Mar 1996)
  • Voted YES on making federal death penalty appeals harder. (Feb 1995)
  • Rated 20% by CURE, indicating anti-rehabilitation crime votes. (Dec 2000)
  • More prisons, more enforcement, effective death penalty. (Sep 1994)
  • Prevent luxurious conditions in prisons. (Jan 1995)
Mike Thurmond on Crime
2010 Democratic Challenger: Click here for Mike Thurmond on other issues.
    No stance on record.

                                                                                                                                                                               
  


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