User Name:


FAQ Donate Join

2008 Voters' Guide Results

The sections below allow viewing of the candidate results using a progressive disclosure mechanism. For a given race or category of races, click on the show/hide link to reveal the data therein. The check marks (√) give an indication of which sections have candidate data. The absence of a check mark means that no questionnaires were received (or returned to sender) for that race or category of races.

Within each race results table, leaving the mouse on a question number will display the text of that question.

Candidates' responses are listed in the tables below using the following notation:

  • SA = Strongly Agree
  • A = Agree
  • U = Undecided
  • D = Disagree
  • SD = Strongly Disagree
Entries with an asterisk (*) note that the respondent modified the questionnaire statement to an extent that the response no longer addresses the questionnaire statement. Any statement that didn't include a response remains blank.

These formatted results were generated on October 11, 2008 based on 54 candidate responses. Alternate formats for this data are available as either a printer-friendly PDF file or as an Excel spreadsheet.

President/Vice-President √ (show/hide)

1 questionnaire received.

U.S. Senator √ (show/hide)

1 questionnaire received.

U.S. Representative (32 races) √ (show/hide)

14 questionnaires received.

Railroad Commissioner (show/hide)

Chief Justice, Supreme Court √ (show/hide)

1 questionnaire received.

Justice, Supreme Court (2 races) √ (show/hide)

1 questionnaire received.

Judge, Court of Criminal Appeals (3 races) (show/hide)

Member, State Board of Education (7 races) √ (show/hide)

4 questionnaires received.

State Senator (16 races) √ (show/hide)

3 questionnaires received.

State Representative (152 races) √ (show/hide)

29 questionnaires received.

Follow us on:

twitter facebook meetup

From the officers:

The ACA Lecture Series continues Sunday, October 11th at 12:15pm in the Austin History Center, 9th and Guadalupe. The building opens at noon. Texas Freedom Network's Dan Quinn will give us an update on their activities. The lecture is free and open to the public.