Surveying Battleground States in 2016

We e-mailed out a press  release about’s ongoing  work about the battleground states.

Culver City, California – October 4, 2016.

Blogsite Encourages Battleground Senators to Support or Oppose Trump

In the upcoming elections for US senator, many incumbent US senators and/or their challengers try to distance themselves from Republican presidential nominee. Donald Trump.

Andrew Yamamoto, creator of the blogsite, noted that “whether a public official wants to be associated with Mr. Trump or not: Given the stakes involved, a person cannot commit to voting for voting for Mr. Trump, without sharing responsibility for disasters that may ensue if he is elected President.”

For example, in New Hampshire, as the LA Times explained, Senator Ayotte is trying to avoid the controversies caused by Trump.

To encourage Senator Ayotte and Governor Hassan, her opponent, to clarify their positions, on September 30, 2016, has sent each of them a short 14 question survey. Once Senator Ayotte and/or Governor Hassan, answer the survey questions, will publicize the answers (or the failure to answer).

In question number 8, we ,,,  ask senators and/or candidates about Mr. Trump’s statements about the judicial system.

  1. Donald Trump made headlines by claiming that the Judge hearing the case against Mr. Trump has an “Absolute Conflict” of interest. Mr. Trump argued that Judge Gonzalo Curiel’s Mexican American heritage disqualified the judge from hearing cases that involved Mr. Trump. Do you agree that the judge’s ethnic heritage is a valid reason for him to be disqualified?

_____ Yes

_____ No

_____ Decline to Answer/ No Answer

In question 10, we said:

  1. On August 8, 2016, the New York Times reported that:

“Dozens of the nation’s most senior Republican national security officials, many of them former top aides or cabinet members for President George W. Bush, have signed a letter saying they will not vote for Mr. Trump, the Republican nominee.”

The letter said, in part:

“From a foreign policy perspective, Donald Trump is not qualified to be President and Commander-in-Chief. Indeed, we are convinced that he would be a dangerous President and would put at risk our country’s national security and well-being.”

Do you agree that Donald Trump would endanger “our country’s national security and well-being”?

_____ Yes

_____ No

_____ Decline to Answer/ No Answer

Regardless of one’s political perspective, the public deserves clear answers these questions. As Andrew Yamamoto says:
“Like a street hustler playing Three-card Monte, some cagey senators are trying to distract the public from the real issues. As the senior Republican foreign policy officials said: ‘Indeed, we are convinced that he would be a dangerous President and would put at risk our country’s national security and well-being. ‘” has or will be sending the survey to other senators and senatorial candidates in other battleground states and/or completive senate races. Media Contact: Andrew Yamamoto at …

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