Books by and about 2020 presidential candidates|
| Crippled America,|
by Donald J. Trump (2015)
by Cory Booker (2016)
| The Truths We Hold,|
by Kamala Harris (2019)
| Smart on Crime,|
by Kamala Harris (2010)
| Guide to Political Revolution,|
by Bernie Sanders (2017)
| Where We Go From Here,|
by Bernie Sanders (2018)
| Promise Me, Dad ,|
by Joe Biden (2017)
|Conscience of a Conservative,|
by Jeff Flake (2017)
| Two Paths,|
by Gov. John Kasich (2017)
|Every Other Monday,|
by Rep. John Kasich (2010)
|Courage is Contagious,|
by John Kasich (1998)
| Shortest Way Home,|
by Pete Buttigieg (2019)
| The Book of Joe ,|
by Jeff Wilser (2019; biography of Joe Biden)
by Michelle Obama (2018)
| Our Revolution,|
by Bernie Sanders (2016)
| This Fight Is Our Fight,|
by Elizabeth Warren (2017)
| Higher Loyalty,|
by James Comey (2018)
| The Making of Donald Trump,|
by David Cay Johnston (2017)
Books by and about the 2016 presidential election|
| What Happened ,|
by Hillary Clinton (2017)
| Higher Loyalty ,|
by James Comey (2018)
| Trump vs. Hillary On The Issues ,|
by Jesse Gordon (2016)
| Hard Choices,|
by Hillary Clinton (2014)
| Becoming ,|
by Michelle Obama (2018)
| Outsider in the White House,|
by Bernie Sanders (2015)
(click a book cover for a review or other books by or about the presidency from Amazon.com)
2008 Senate Candidate Questionnaire by the Business Industry Political Action Committee
BIPAC was founded in 1963 to enable more effective business participation in the political process. An independent, bipartisan organization, BIPAC provides a weekly e-mail newsletter of political intelligence and commentary.
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from BIPAC 2008 Senate Candidate Questionnaire (number of quotes indicated):
- Jim Risch (13)
- Norm Coleman (6)
- Roger Wicker (5)
OR click on an issue category below for a subset.
The BIPAC Senate questionnaire includes numerous Senate candidates answering questions of interest to business readers. The BIPAC website is www.bipac.net.
| OnTheIssues.org excerpts: (click on issues for details)
Jim Risch: Reduce corporate tax; eliminate corporate capital gains tax.
Norm Coleman: Reduce corporate tax; eliminate corporate capital gains tax.
Energy & Oil|
Jim Risch: Yucca Mountain is the proper site for nuclear waste.
Jim Risch: Drill offshore; drill ANWR; drill for oil shale.
Jim Risch: No cap-&-trade; include India & China in carbon restrictions.
Norm Coleman: Speed up nuclear plant processing; send waste to Yucca.
Norm Coleman: Drill offshore; but donít drill ANWR.
Roger Wicker: Speed up nuclear plant processing; send waste to Yucca.
Roger Wicker: Drill offshore; drill ANWR; drill for oil shale.
Jim Risch: Re-establish Fast Track; re-negotiate NAFTA.
Norm Coleman: Supports Korea Trade; supports Fast Track.
Jim Risch: Authored Idahoís current tort reform law.
Jim Risch: Private sector is best suited to manage health care.
Roger Wicker: Private sector is best suited to manage health care.
Jim Risch: No comprehensive legislation; no amnesty.
Norm Coleman: I do not support a path to citizenship.
Roger Wicker: No comprehensive legislation; no amnesty.
Jim Risch: Keep secret ballot process for union elections.
Jim Risch: Stronger workforce education; overturn ergonomic standards.
Roger Wicker: Keep secret ballot process for union elections.
Jim Risch: High priority on keeping lower individual tax rates.
Jim Risch: Eliminate capital gains tax & estate tax.
Norm Coleman: Eliminate capital gains tax & estate tax.
Jim Risch: Federally fund state infrastructure projects with no strings.
The above quotations are from 2008 Senate Candidate Questionnaire by the Business Industry Political Action Committee.
Other 2008 Senate debates:
- Interviews with Senate candidates (OnTheIssues SenateMatch series)
- Senior Citizens League Guide (Senate questionnaire on retirement topics)
- Scientists and Engineers for America Guide (Senate questionnaire on science & technology topics)
- Business Industry Political Action Committee (Senate questionnaire on business topics)
- Political Courage Test (Senate questionnaire on general topics)
- Citizens for Global Solutions (Senate questionnaire on international topics)
- This Is Not Florida How Al Franken Won the Minnesota Senate Recount,by Jay Weiner
- The Truth (With Jokes), by Al Franken (2006)
- AK: Sen. Ted Stevens (R, incumbent) vs. Mayor Mark Begich (D)
- AL: Sen. Jeff Sessions (R, incumbent) vs. State Sen. Vivian Figures (D)
- CO: Rep. Mark Udall (D) vs. Rep. Bob Schaeffer (R)
- GA: Georgia Democratic primary debate
- IA: Sen. Tom Harkin (D, incumbent) vs. Christopher Reed (R)
- ID: Gov. Jim Risch (R) vs. Rep. Larry LaRocco (D) vs. Rex Rammell (I)
- IL: Sen. Dick Durbin (D, incumbent) vs. Dr. Steven Sauerberg (R)
- KS: Sen. Pat Roberts (R, incumbent) vs. Rep. Jim Slattery (D)
- KY: Sen. Mitch McConnell (R, incumbent) vs. Bruce Lunsford (D)
- LA: Sen. Mary Landrieu (D, incumbent) vs. John Neely Kennedy (R)
- MA: Sen. John Kerry (D, incumbent) vs. Jeff Beatty (R)
- ME: Sen. Susan Collins (R, incumbent) vs. Rep. Tom Allen (D)
- MN: Sen. Norm Coleman (R, incumbent) vs. Al Franken (D) & Sen. Dean Barkley (I)
- MS: Sen. Roger Wicker (R, incumbent) vs. Gov. Ronnie Musgrove (D)
- NC: Sen. Liddy Dole (R) vs. State Sen. Kay Hagan (D)
- NE: Gov. Mike Johanns (R) vs. Scott Kleeb (D)
- NE: Nebraska's Brand of Change, by Scott Kleeb
- NH: Sen. John Sununu (R, incumbent) vs. Gov. Jeanne Shaheen
- NJ: Sen. Frank Lautenberg (D, incumbent) vs. Rep. Dick Zimmer (R)
- NM: Rep. Steve Pearce (R) vs. Rep. Tom Udall (D)
- OK: Sen. Jim Inhofe (R, incumbent) vs. State Sen. Andrew Rice (D)
- OR: Sen. Gordon Smith (R, incumbent) vs. State Rep. Jeff Merkley (D)
- SD: Sen. Tim Johnson (D, incumbent) vs. Joel Dykstra (R)
- TX: Sen. Jon Cornyn (R, incumbent) vs. Rick Noriega (D)
- VA: Gov. Jim Gilmore (R) and vs. Gov. Mark Warner (D)