American politician and physician.
Public statementsNo, too many people are innocently convicted
Ron Paul’s answer is based on the following data:
Answer: No, too many people are innocently convicted
Reference: ““You know over the years, I’ve held pretty rigid to all my beliefs but I’ve changed my opinion about the death penalty. Fo...” ‐presidential-candidates.org
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Libertarian Party Answer: No
Importance: Less Important
Reference: “We oppose the administration of the death penalty by the state.” ‐lp.org
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Libertarian Party Voters’ Answer: Yes
Importance: Somewhat Important
Reference: Analysis of answers from 1,955 voters that identify as Libertarian.
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