Congressional Candidate Answers Your Questions Live

Temecula Patch is scheduled to interview Republican candidate


Clayton Thibodeau, a candidate for the U.S. Congress, will be answering questions live on Temecula Patch.
The live stream is scheduled for 3:30 p.m. on Friday, and we're looking for your questions.

So, if you have something to ask, leave your question below in the comments section, and we'll ask him as many as we can while streaming the interview on Temecula Patch live.

Thibodeau is a 51-year-old third-generation Southern Californian from French Valley. He's married with two daughters, has master's degrees in business administration and education and is a "regular church goer."

RELATED: Click on the YouTube video above to see why Thibodeau wants you to vote for him.

Among Thibodeau's goals if elected is to increase energy production in the U.S., keep the military well equipped and trained and to conduct monthly town hall meetings so he can report the activities of congress to local residents, according to his website.

He is running to represent .

Clayton Thibodeau April 15, 2012 at 04:41 AM
Absolutely, I will read every bill and demand its Consitionality. And yes, I oppose government controlled healthcare.
Clayton Thibodeau April 15, 2012 at 04:57 AM
You may be right that some of the reasons we are in this state of affairs in our country, is because those who represent us don't live where thier constituents live. But this characterization does not actually apply to me, so the point and argument are mute. I have lived in the District many years of my life and will again when elected. Having said this, I believe the predominant reason we are in the state of affairs we are in, is because we elect representatives: (1) who do not honor their oaths to protect and defend the Constitution; and (2) who care more about their own power and wealth than they care about the future of America and its Citizens.
Clayton Thibodeau April 15, 2012 at 05:06 AM
Challenging question. I am not certain that time will permit me to conduct such an endeavour, though I will give it some consideration. What I can promise with certainty is that I will not wait for the leadership of the 50 States to take action on their own behalf. Rather, I will work from Washington to restore those powers and responsibilities back to the States, which the Federal Government has wrongly usurped.
Clayton Thibodeau April 15, 2012 at 05:14 AM
Complex question requiring an equally complex answer. As I am limited in space, I will respond in brief terms. I agree that the Federal Reserve system is adverse to the interests of U.S. Citizens. In the short term, I will seek to compel an audit of the Federal Reserve. While the long term may be impacted by the findings of an audit, I can say this much at least with respect to long term plans: the Federal Government must reclaim its Constitutional power and authority over the currency of the United States.
DM April 16, 2012 at 09:45 PM
Thank you, Mr. Thibodeau for answering my question about green energy. Yes, I to agree that the Federal government is intrusive in many areas of our lives where they do not belong. Having said that, is there any way that you could encourage green reusable energy production in the future? Free enterprise does a great job, but maybe some tax breaks to help them get started might help. Your opinion please.


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