Doug Quelland

 

 
Doug Quelland currently has no party affiliation but has previously run as a Republican. He ran unsuccessfully for U.S. House of Representatives in 1998 and successfully for the Arizona House of Representatives, District 10, in 2002 and 2004. Quelland was voted out in 2006 and then back in again in 2008. He was forced to resign in 2010 after a government investigative commission found that he'd violated campaign finance laws in his 2008 campaign. He ran unsuccessfully again for the Arizona House in 2010, and lost bids for a seat in the Arizona Senate in 2012, 2014 and 2016 as well.

Sources: Wikipedia, Ballotpedia & Vote Smart

Ex-Lawmaker Quelland Pays Fine
"Former state lawmaker Doug Quelland has paid a $35,393 fine to the state for campaign-finance violations."
Nov. 7, 2012
Center for Arizona Policy
2012 Candidate Questionnaire
Position Sought: State Senate LD-20
Question 9: Amending the United States Constitution to define marriage as the union of one man and one woman.
Candidates' Position: Support.
Question 11: Adding “sexual orientation,” “gender identity,” or “gender expression” to the protected classes of race, religion, age, sex, and ancestry in nondiscrimination law.
Candidates' Position: Oppose.
Question 15: Protecting professionals from being required to provide services that violate their moral or religious beliefs.*
Candidates' Position: Support.
* Discriminatory "Religious Freedom" laws.
Arizona Senate Candidate Doug Quelland's Eligibility Questioned Under Violation Statute
Jun. 7, 2012
Center for Arizona Policy
2010 Survey Questions For Arizona And County Candidates
Position Sought: State Representative LD-10
Question 9: Amending the United States Constitution to define marriage as the union of one man and one woman.
Candidates' Position: Support.
Question 12: Adding “sexual orientation,” “gender identity,” or “gender expression” to the protected classes of race, religion, age, sex, and ancestry in nondiscrimination law.
Candidates' Position: Oppose.
Question 15: Protecting professionals from being required to provide services that violate their moral or religious beliefs.*
Candidates' Position: Support.
* Discriminatory "Religious Freedom" laws.
Doug Quelland Out: Clean Elections Removes Legislator Over Violation
May 15, 2009
GOP Runs Green Candidate To Siphon Off Dem Votes?
Oct. 15, 2008
Center for Arizona Policy
2008 Survey Questions For Arizona Candidates
Position Sought: State Representative LD-10
Question 7: Amending the United States Constitution to define marriage as the union of one man and one woman.
Candidates' Position: Support.
Question 8: . Adding “sexual orientation” to the protected classes of race, religion, age, sex, and ancestry in antidiscrimination law.
Candidates' Position: Oppose.
Center for Arizona Policy
2006 Survey Questions For Arizona Candidates
Position Sought: State Representative LD-10
Question 7: Amending the United States Constitution to define marriage as the union of one man and one woman.
Candidates' Position: Support.
Question 8: . Adding “sexual orientation” to the protected classes of race, religion, age, sex, and ancestry in antidiscrimination law.
Candidates' Position: Oppose.
Bill Would Allow Denial Of Birth Control On Moral Grounds
Feb. 2, 2005
Legislative Prayer Sparks Big Furor In Arizona
"attacks gay people, legal abortion, tolerance of non-Christian religions and other features of life condemned by the far right."
Mar. 2004

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