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Gavin Halligan

Phone: (303) 880-7709

Survey Response Legend

  • SSupports
  • OOpposes
  • UUndecided
  • NDeclined to respond. After research, position still not clear. See citation(s) in Notes.
  • *Comment
  • Declined to respond
  • Declined to respond. Position based on citation(s). See Notes.

Political Party Legend

  • CConstitution Party
  • DDemocratic
  • GGreen Party
  • LLibertarian
  • RRepublican

Gavin Halligan (R)

Candidate Info

Running for: Colorado House


Political Affiliation: Republican

Survey Responses

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Survey Questions (Click to Expand)
  • 1.Permitting healthcare and business professionals to opt out of performing procedures or providing services that violate their moral or religious beliefs.
  • 2.Investigating Planned Parenthood regarding the potential sale of fetal tissue and failure to report sexual abuse of minors.
  • 3.Allowing parents to use tax credits, vouchers, or educational savings accounts to enable children to attend any public, private, or home school.
  • 4.Legalizing physician-assisted suicide.
  • 5.Legislation which would allow members of the legislature more control over administrative boards and commissions.
  • 6.Allowing private businesses to protect the safety of women and children by requiring individuals to use the bathrooms, locker rooms and shower facilities that correspond with their biological sex.
  • 7.Enacting more restrictive gun laws in Colorado.
  • 8.The relocation of Guantanamo Bay inmates to Colorado.
  • 9.A single-payer healthcare system.
  • 10.State legislation that protects unborn children who are capable of feeling pain, such as the federal Pain Capable Unborn Child Protection Act.

Candidate Comments

  • Question 1: Although I believe it is a poor business decision to do so, I do not believe any private industry should be compelled by government here.
  • Question 2: The focus should not just be on PP. Priorities and resources in law enforcement must take precedence
  • Question 3: I do not believe tax money should go towards private or home schooling, but do agree with use towards public schools
  • Question 4: I have yet to see a bill or law written well enough to prevent the slippery slope effect.
  • Question 5: So long as the agencies are those to which the legislature has delegated authority. The legislature has the power of the purse over branches
  • Question 6: Private businesses already have this discretion and I believe this should continue. I believe the question is written poorly.
  • Question 10: That Act is not written carefully and is very likely unconstitutional.