State of Georgia secondary Archives: on War & Peace

Valencia Stovall: Avoid foreign entanglements; find peace when necessary

Q: Do you support or oppose the statement, "Avoid foreign entanglements"?

A: Support, we should find peace when necessary.

Source: interview: GA 2019-2020 Senate candidate Oct 17, 2020

Amanda Swafford: Military action against Iran only after specific threat

Q: Do you support or oppose staying out of Iran?

A: If a specific threat against the US is made by Iran and Iran has the demonstrated capacity to carry out that threat then I would support military action against Iran.

Source: Email interview on 2014 GA Senate race with OnTheIssues Oct 1, 2014

Andrew Hunt: Stay out of Iran

Q: Do you support or oppose staying out of Iran?

A: Yes, support.

Source: Email interview for 2014 GA Governor's race with OnTheIssues Sep 28, 2014

Denise Majette: Isakson voted against providing $1,500 bonuses to soldiers

ISAKSON: “Americans are sacrificing, and democracy is winning,” Isakson said in the debate sponsored by WMAZ-TV in Macon and held at Reaves Arena on the Georgia National Fairgrounds in Perry. Isakson said terrorism “is an evil we must destroy.” “I’m proud of my vote, and I’m committed to the war on terror,” Isakson said.

MAJETTE: Majette, however, accused Isakson of voting against providing $1,500 bonuses to soldiers and giving them tax breaks. “As the daughter of a World War II veteran and the niece of a veteran of Korea who never returned home, I will never allow someone to question my integrity, my belief in what we are doing, what our soldiers are doing,” she said.

Source: [Xref Isakson] GA Senate Debate, in A.P. on 2000 race Oct 12, 2004

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