|Age:||49; August 4, 1961||60; January 10, 1950||32; September 17, 1979||71; July 2, 1939|
Spouse: Juan Carlos Antolinez|
Brother: Russ Carnahan ( U.S. Congressman), Tom Carnahan
Father: Mel Carnahan (former Mo. governor, deceased)
Mother: Jean Carnahan (mother, former US Senator)
Spouses: Roseann Ray Blunt (divorced), Abigail Perlman Blunt (2003)|
Children: Amy Blunt Mosby, Andrew Blunt, Matt Blunt, Alexander Charles Blunt
Children: Ericm, Jason
1983: B.A. in Economics, William Jewell College |
1986: J.D., University of Virginia School of Law
1970: B.A. in History, Southwest Baptist University|
1972: M.A. in History Missouri State University
|Northeast Missouri State Teacher's College, no degree|
1986-1990: Associate, Thompson & Mitchell|
1990-1993: Advisor and election observer, National Democratic Institute
1993-1996: Executive, Export - Import Bank of the United States
2005-present: Missouri Secretary of State
|1973-1985-Greene County clerk
1985-1993-Missouri secretary of state
1993-1996-President of Southwest Baptist University
1997-present-congressman from the 7th district
|Personal trainer, Snap Fitness||
Founder/President, Millennium Manufacturing
United States Marine Corps
Afghanistan: Committed to fighting terrorists and defeating them in Afghanistan and throughout the Middle East. Wants to 'refocus' our efforts on defeating terrorism. Committed to real, measurable benchmarks.|
Offshore Drilling: Carnahan supports a halt to all drilling until the Gulf Coast oil spill has been contained.
Bailouts: Carnahan opposes any further bailouts of private companies.
Health Care: Carnahan supported the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act passed by Congress in 2010, although her statement mostly focused on holding insurance companies responsible.
Energy: Carnahan supports investments in clean-energy and reducing our dependence on foreign oil.
Corruption: Carnahan has made political corruption a broad tenet of her campaign including lobbying, campaign funding and special interest regulation.
Health Care: Supports rolling back much of the new federal health law, focusing instead on financial assistance and incentives for businesses and individuals to purchase private insurance. |
Energy: Opposes a carbon tax, "cap-and-trade" to encourage companies to produce less carbon dioxide. He opposes the six-month moratorium on offshore drilling imposed after the Gulf oil spill.
Jobs: Opposed the 2009 economic stimulus bill. Argues balancing the budget and lowering taxes will create a business climate conducive to hiring in the private sector.
Economy: Supports putting the U.S. dollar on the gold standard. Opposes corporate subsidies and bailouts. Opposes using federal money to encourage hiring. |
Healthcare: Supports enacting lawsuit restrictions on medical liability lawsuits against doctors. Opposes any personal mandate for health insurance.
Taxes: Repeal the 16th amendment to the consitution, eliminating the personal income tax.
Term Limits: Argues U.S. House members should be limited to four, two-year terms and senators to 2, six-year terms. Marijuana: Supports legalization of marijuana.
Budget: Beck has made fiscal responsibility a focus of his campaign, and believes that the government should be forced to balance its budget.|
Contributions: Beck would seek to outlaw all campaign contributions or gifts to elected officials.
Regulations: Reduce government regulations in all areas of commerce.
Constitution: Return to a strict interpretation of the Constitution.
Robin Carnahan Campaign Site (http://robincarnahan.com/about)