The candidates for the Aug. 4 special election for the vacant 161st District Pennsylvania State House seat were surveyed by the American Family Association of Pennsylvania and their answers can be found here or by clicking on the image.
The candidates are Democrat Leanne Kruegar-Braneky; traditional Republican Lisa Esler, who is running a write-in campaign; and Paul Mullen, who was endorsed by the county Republican Party but until a few weeks ago was an active campaigner for Democrats.
Click on the image and note which candidate answered all the question and which one answered none of them.
If you are a Republican, ask yourself which one shares your values.
For what it’s worth, Mullen did reveal some of his positions in a mailer he sent exclusively to union households.
Mullen is truly a stealth candidate. He has hung up on reporters; failed to responded to a request from the League of Women Voters to participate in a debate; and has yet to return calls from Delco Debates to participate in their debate scheduled for Aug. 2. Mrs. Esler and Ms. Kruegar-Braneky have both committed to attend.
161st District Candidate Positions