DUNDEE - Part 4 of Illinois Review's 4-part interview with GOP 33rd Senate candidate Cliff Surges touches on topics such as civil unions, speed cams and more on the urgent need for strong leadership in addressing budget issues. (Omitted from the interview is Illinois Review's questions and comments only.)
We continued a short segment on social issues started in Part 3.
IR: What is your position on civil unions?
IR: What is your position on the Second Amendment?
IR: Illinois has so many problems compared to our neighboring states, what are you thoughts about making things better?
IR: Some conservatives are concerned about Illinois' Senate leadership being too liberal - how would you deal with that if elected to the Senate? Would you have agreed with the vote on the speed camera legislation?
IR: So, you don't agree with the libertarian view that speed cameras are an invasion of privacy?
IR: After 5 speed cam tickets unpaid, a driver can go to jail. Do you agree with that?
IR: Many say this race in the 33rd Senate GOP primary will be a negative. How will you handle that?
IR: What is your message for those potential voters listening to this interview?