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Positions, record and controversies
Supports universal pre-school.
Supports increased funding for technologies in schools.
Supports constructing additional schools in inner-city areas.
Opposes No Child Left Behind Act's provisions to submit student contact information to military recruiters.
Supports tax incentives for corporations to develop alternative energy.
Supports a windfall profit tax on oil companies, with revenues to be used to finance public transportation, energy subsidies for the impoverished, and a national gas reserve.
Supports raising fuel economy standards in cars.
Supports income-tax credits for users of public transportation and energy efficient vehicles.
Opposes mountain-top mining operations.
Opposes the development of new nuclear power plants and government subsidies for nuclear power. Supports government subsidies for wind energy.
Supprots enforcement of the current Clean Air Act to reduce pollution.
Supports enforcement of the Clean Water Act to protect water purity.
Supports the Endangered Species Act.
Supports companies that produce pollutants to pay for the cost of cleaning abandoned Superfund sites.
Supports a constitutional amendment to include sex, race, sexual orientation, marital status, ethnicity, national origin, color and poverty as protected classes. Supports analysis of age and disability as classes to be included as protected classes.
Supports affirmative action.
Supports the Employee Free Choice Act.
Supports repealing or revising free trade agreements that cause wage depression.
Supports same-sex marriage and opposes discrimination based on sexual orientation in employment, housing, public accommodations, health services, child custody and military policies.
Supports a public education campaign to dispell harmful cultural beliefs that lead to violence against women. Supports stronger laws against domestic violence.
Supports the establishment of a new federal agency to employ Americans in building infrastructure.
Supports incentives to businesses to lower energy consumption.
Supports closing corporate tax loopholes.
Supports reinstatement of the Glass-Steagall Act.
Supports the creation of a Loan Officer Corps to act as intermediaries between banks and homeowners facing foreclosure.
Supports the withdrawal of U.S. troops from Iraq, Afghanistan, and Pakistan.
Supports a Medicare-for-all style single-payer system. Supports legislation to enable states to enact single-payer systems.
Winograd challenged Rep. Jane Harman (D-Calif.) in the June 6th 2007 California primary. Harman won the nomination.
Money in politics
As of December 31, 2009, Winograd raised $115,317, with 99% of contributions coming from individuals .
Committees and affiliations
Winograd will be assigned committees if and when she is elected to Congress.
More background data
Articles and resources
- 2008 U.S. congressional elections
- Portal:California and the U.S. Congress
- Winograd's FEC filings
- 2008 Race Tracker page on California's 36th Congressional District
- Official Marcy Winograd for Congress website